The falling pound and stock market speculators are driving up the cost of petrol. The AA says after surging 5p a litre over a month, the price of petrol at the pumps has gone up a further 1p in the last five days.
The AA says the average cost of petrol is now 138.32p a litre. Diesel has risen 4.78p from its mid-January price to stand at an average of 145.10p. The latest figures show that petrol has risen 6.24p a litre since early January, adding £3.12 to the cost of refilling a typical 50-litre tank.
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