AA president: High fuel costs are 'hurting' people

The average price of unleaded petrol has reached a new high of 137.44p per litre, according to industry analysts Experian Catalist.

That just exceeds the average of 137.43p reached in May 2011.

AA President Edmund King said rises were 'hurting' people, and urged the Chancellor to scrap August's planned fuel duty increase.

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