UK fuel prices hit eight-year high as petrol stations run dry | The Guardian

Average price of a litre of petrol rises from 135.87p on Friday to 136.59p on Sunday, with further jump expected

Pump prices for fuel in the UK have reached their highest level in eight years as petrol stations run dry amid panic buying, with a further jump expected as wholesale energy costs continue to surge.

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