Best UK petrol prices: Where to fill up your car for less?
EXCLUSIVE: Research from petrolprices.com , which compiles data at pumps all over the UK, reveals the cheapest unleaded is in the north-west at 169.2p - down from 181.8p a week ago.Exclusive research from petrolprices.com, which compiles data at pumps all over the UK, reveals that the cheapest unleaded is currently in the north-west at 169.2p per litre - down from 181.8p a week ago - and the most expensive is in the east of England at 181.7p - down from 186.6p in seven days.
Seven associations of the auto supplier industry have required politics to limit electricity and gas prices. "If the state does not cover the energy prices now, it ruins the companies and many thousands of jobs in the shortest possible time," said the managing director of the Blech Magformation Industrial Association (IBU), Bernhard Jacobs, according to a message from Thursday in Hagen. "It's five to twelve," said Jacobs. The energy costs are "crazy". He reported 11 times the previous year and gas price increases. © Picture Alliance / dpa An employee checks a tax-housing direction: Seven associations of the auto supplier industry have called for a limitation of electricity and gas prices from politics.
The Managing Director of the Metal Control Industrial Association, Tobias Hain, called for "a broad -based electricity production for the calibration" and the abolition of the previous electricity price formation, in which the price for the most expensive power plant determines the electricity price for everyone. "The state must take all conceivable measures and regulations and consider their long -term effects," said Hain.
The associations also called for the car company to accommodate. Business models that see the sole risk of procurement with the supplier would have survived. The supplier industry will no longer be the buffer, which keeps entrepreneurial risks away from their customers, explained the managing director of the German screw association, Hans Führlbeck.
Ofgem issues warning over new energy rebate text message scam targeting 'vulnerable' customers .
The fake messages, pretending to be from GovUK, are telling people they are eligible to apply online for a discounted energy bill as part of the Energy Bill Support Scheme. But the messages are a sham. The £400 energy bill discount will be paid automatically.The energy provider Ofgem confirmed to MailOnline that it has seen a rise in the number of 'reports of scammers claiming you can get the £400 Energy Bill Support Scheme by registering bank details'.