The Environment Agency has condemned thieves who stole 900 litres of fuel from pumps in Westonzoyland, which were being used to tackle flooding on the Somerset Levels.
They broke in to the pumping station last night, cut piping and siphoned off the fuel. It's the second such raid in recent months.
There are calls for the Government to do more to help motorists by reducing its share of the cost of a litre of petrol.
The Taxpayers' Alliance say independent retailers in the South West are being unfairly blamed for prices when, in fact, many are struggling to survive
Private talks have begun to avoid a fuel tanker strike, as petrol prices continue to soar at the pumps, Consumer Editor Chris Choi looks at whether an agreement is likely.
Richard Lawrence reports on the continuing petrol panic buying.
The Union representing tanker drivers announced today there will be no fuel strike before Easter, but panic buying at petrol stations has not let up. The Government urged UNITE to call off the strike altogether.