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Rural areas hit by fuel price rises

The rising price of fuel has led many to consider cutting down on how much they use their cars but it is not always an option for people living in rural areas.

The BBC's Alison Moss went to the village of Tarrant Monkton in north Dorset to see how people there are coping.

  • 21 Mar 2011
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