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Motorists: Fuel prices are 'ridiculous'

MPs are debating a motion urging the government to stem fuel price rises amid a public outcry over costs.

The government plans to increase fuel duty by 3p a litre in January - meaning an extra £1.50 to fill an average car.

Motorists in Manchester and Newcastle have told the BBC that the prices are "ridiculous" and "appalling".

  • 15 Nov 2011
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