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Fuel prices rose over 16p a litre last month as 12 arrested for Wales-England protest

By nation.cymru

6 months ago

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Fuel prices rose a record 16p in June, figures have shown as 12 protestors were arrested for staging a protest on the crossing between Wales and England this week.

RAC analysis shows the average cost of a litre of the fuel at UK forecourts rose by 16.6p last month, from 174.8p to 191.4p. That is the highest monthly increase in records dating back to 2000.

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