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Now that average cost is over £1 a litre here - what are we going to do?

In Gibraltar and Andorra it is half that.....

Of course every penny that the price goes up the government is getting another 17.5% VAT on that penny - not a lot, but it all adds up....

Oh and I believe that for every Dollar crude goes up by BP's profits increase by £1 billion pounds.





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The strange thing is that it is still cheaper than a litre of bottled water.

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Where do you buy your water?

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I didn't know you could run a car on bottled water, Cantos !

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Originally Posted By: Big J R
I didn't know you could run a car on bottled water, Cantos !

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Why would anybody want a car that ran on bottled water...........It would cost three times as much to run here!

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And diesel is even more expensive than petrol here, while in teh rest of Europe it is cheaper.

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Originally Posted By: The Invisible Man
And diesel is even more expensive than petrol here, while in teh rest of Europe it is cheaper.


Exactly - that has never made sense to me...

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Several years ago, diesel was always much cheaper than petrol so lots of people bought diesel cars.

Nuff said ?

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Oooh, you cynic!

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Moi ???

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I think we should all be more considerate toward a Labour Government which is very trying (sorry "trying very hard")

We really should be prepared to dig deeper and deeper in to our hard won earnings to finance their steady stream of management up-ufcks as they are so honest in their intentions??




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