Grocers accused over high fuel prices

Cars queueing outside petrol station September 2021

Motoring organisation the RAC has attacked retailers such as the big grocers for allegedly failing to pass on lower petrol prices to consumers.

While oil prices have plunged in the wake of concerns about the new Omicron variant of coronavirus, retailers have not reflected that at the pumps, the RAC told the BBC.

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