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Fuel sales up as tanker drivers rejected deal

News that Unite tanker drivers had rejected proposals which would avert a strike sparked an uplift in fuel volumes yesterday, according to RMI Petrol.

Multiple drive-off man gets suspended sentence

A 30-year-old Liverpool man has been given a suspended jail sentence after he admitted a nine-month spree of drive-offs from forecourts.

Armed robbery at Jet forecourt

Police are appealing for witnesses after an armed robbery at a Jet forecourt in Longton, Staffordshire on Wednesday morning.

ACS Oxford research highlights advantages of being independent

Communities and shoppers respond better to independent retailers than to major multiples, but only if they harness their advantages, according to new research from ACS and Said Business School at the University of Oxford.

Oil 4 Wales ends first year on a high

Independent oil distribution company Oil 4 Wales has ended its first year on a high with the signing of two new retail garages.

Barclaycard launches new 'sticky' contactless payment card for any mobile

Barclaycard has today launched Barclaycard PayTag, a new way for people to pay with their mobile phone. Millions of Barclaycard customers will be offered the chance to make payments with any mobile phone by simply sticking a Barclaycard PayTag to the back of their handset.

New technology the focus of next week's Pro-Retail show

Pro-retail 2012 will showcase new technologies, the latest trends in retail and what the future holds for the industry, when it opens next Tuesday and Wednesday at the International Centre, Telford in Shropshire. Evening entertainment will feature Tony Hadley, Go West, ABC and comedian Ed Byrne.

Sign company Xmo Strata boosts health and safety strategy

Sign company Xmo Strata, which specialises in the re-branding and maintenance of signage on petrol forecourts, is adopting a sophisticated approach to root cause analysis as the next stage in its health and safety strategy.

Fuel tanker drivers meet to discuss deal

Fuel tanker drivers will meet this afternoon to discuss proposals drawn up after six days of talks aimed at averting industrial action over terms and working conditions.

Tanker drivers reject proposals

Tanker drivers employed by national fuel distribution companies have today (Wednesday 18 April) overwhelmingly rejected proposals tabled following six days of talks at Acas.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 20 January 2020
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East133.4167.40141.10128.52
East Midlands132.93141.67128.44
London133.0565.90142.23128.80
North East131.55139.57126.67
North West132.1066.90140.54127.58
Northern Ireland129.82134.61125.46
Scotland132.65139.08127.50
South East133.80141.93129.03
South West132.9567.90139.13128.12
Wales132.1064.90137.03127.13
West Midlands132.7866.57142.07128.26
Yorkshire & Humber131.9963.90141.14127.34

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