Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Quentin Willson FairFuelUK PollDear FairFuelUK Supporter

A National Newspaper has teamed up with FairFuelUK to find out why falling oil prices have not been fairly reflected at the pumps each time we fill up. Oil Prices are plummeting to levels not seen since 2009, when pump prices were for petrol 99p and diesel 103p per litre. SO, who is to blame for not passing on a 42% fall in crude oil prices since the Summer? We want to have your thoughts.

Please take part in this quick poll to let us know what you think about current prices and price movements at the pumps. The results will be collated and published in a national newspaper for politicians all to see in our repeated call for that full public enquiry into forecourt pricing. It's time for action and you can help us get it.

Thanks as ever. Without your help we'd be paying considerably more.

Quentin Willson and Howard Cox
Founders of the FairFuelUK Campaign

To take part in the quick and easy poll go to this link
Some of you may need to copy this link http://www.fairfueluk.com/fairfuelukpricingpoll.html into your browser as clicking on it, may not work.



Please donate to help the fight for lower fuel prices and a better deal for drivers


Share this Post:    

ADD YOUR OWN COMMENTS BELOW THIS POST. THEY ARE VERY WELCOME


[ posted by Brian Bremer, 19.02.15 11:16 ]

Hi Quentin. I follow the fuel price issue closely. I also note the price of Crude oil, yet for some reason whilst oil seem to continue to remain flat, petrol in our neighbourhood( Pershore Worcs), has been steadily climbing once again. This week alone there have been three increases each of two pence. It seem that oil companies are no longer playing a fair game, or is it the usual Government cynicism at play?

reply


[ posted by Kevin hillier, 11.03.15 18:22 ]

Hi just seem to think it oil system is rigged when the prices came down to $50 it wasn't for the motorist it was world sanctions on Russia and now that hasn't worked it's gone back up

reply


your name*

email address*

Add your own comments below this post. They are very welcome*
You may use these HTML tags:<p> <u> <i> <b> <strong> <del> <code> <hr> <em> <ul> <li> <ol> <span> <div>

verification code*
 



 
RECENT POSTS

 
OLDER POSTS