Two days after the big three supermarkets said they were cutting their fuel prices Morrisons announced that it too was cutting the price of both unleaded and diesel by up to 2ppl.

Mark Todd, petrol director for Morrisons, said: “Prices at Morrisons have been coming down steadily and we have brought prices down even further today at most of our petrol stations.”

Morrisons has 332 petrol stations across the UK.

On Monday Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Asda all said they were cutting their fuel prices by up to two pence per litre and diesel by up to one pence per litre.

Tesco’s said the cut was in addition to savings customers could make through Fuel Save, which can be worth up to 20p off a litre.

Asda said it was introducing a price ceiling across its network of 124.7ppl for unleaded petrol and 128.7ppl for diesel.