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Gas prices rise when the tax goes up £ 160 AND supermarket merger can make the costs even higher

Gas prices rise when the tax goes up £ 160 AND supermarket merger can make the costs even higher

Petrol prices are rising by £ 160 a year because Chancellor Philip Hammond has suggested that an eight-year freeze on excise duties could stop.

There is also the fear that the megafusion of Asda and Sainsbury could increase fuel costs even further.

    Drivers are faced with a tax advance of £ 160 a year, as petrol prices rise for the tenth week in a row

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Drivers are faced with a tax advance of £ 160 a year, as petrol prices rise for the tenth week in a row

Fuel prices have risen to the highest level since 2014, while the prices have risen for the tenth week in a row this week.

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