The Daily Express, The Sun, BBC Norfolk and ITV Meridian have agreed to cover the event.
We should have some nice photos on College Green of Robert and his supportive MPs.
Quentin Willson - Lead Campaigner
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Monday, June 13, 2011
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I noticed that other European countries such as France for example have very high fuel prices. This may encourage the government in Britain to keep pumping those prices up!! A complete European campaign is necessary in my opinion, to ensure a drop in prices both in the UK and in the EU.
I agree with Thierry Vincent's comment lets have a Europe wide drop in fuel prices
Due to the Weak £/€ conversion we see inflated prices across europe. Once again our failed government and bankers have caused this issue. The average euro rate was at around €1.40 to the £1 which would have put petrol at around £1.05/litre, but noooooo our economy is that messed up we can only dream
I live in the Scottish Highlands,We have free bus passes but no busses so I have a small diesel car. Why do I pay more than the rich man for my fuel. Diesel puts the food on your table and diesel costs less to produce.
We both work hard - yet we are starving to feed our children. In 1987 diesel cost £1.36 a GALLON. Would love to see the disparity between the actual cost of fuel since this date and now. Then compare it to other countries in Europe. Would really demonstrate how much we are being taken for a ride - 24 years later.
Oil price down - pound holding up well against dollar should equal pump prices down but it doesn't. Why not?
Oil prices down
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