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UKPIA says forecourts have role to play in low emission future

The downstream oil sector can play a major role in helping the UK realise its net-zero climate ambitions, according to a report released by the UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA).

PRA chairman Brian Madderson
PRA chairman Brian Madderson
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PRA warns rating battle may extend to electric chargers

The PRA has warned that the government’s attempts to impose rates on cash machines could be extended to electric vehicle charging points.

PRA chairman Brian Madderson
PRA chairman Brian Madderson
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PRA issues warning over ATM business rates battle

Consumers access to cash is being threatened by a continuing court battle over whether extra business rates should be imposed on ATMs, the PRA has warned.

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Nearly 1,000 potential slavery cases logged by car wash app

Nearly 1,000 cases of potential modern slavery have been logged by the Clewer Initiative’s Safe Car Wash app, which was launched last June to help raise awareness of modern slavery in hand car washes.

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PRA arranges Business Breakout in Belfast

The PRA has arranged a Business Breakout in Belfast on Thursday March 28.

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Government announces new rules for labelling fuel pumps

The Government has announced that new rules on the labelling of petrol and diesel at service stations are to be rolled out from September.

David Charman: chairman CWA

Our industry has once again moved into a whole new era, with Tesco taking ownership of Booker and its forecourt brands and the demonisation of diesel as a road fuel.

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As the smaller/family owned independent forecourt businesses continue to be acquired by the big operators, do you think now could be the right time for you to sell up?