Fuel Traders Targeted As Gasoline Prices Soar

Despite falling wholesale costs of petrol and diesel, prices are still going up at the pump as motoring groups call on fuel traders to offer consumers relief. The average price of petrol went up half a penny on Wednesday to 189.84p, as the RAC voiced its disappointment amid rising inflation. It said the price of diesel went up to 198p a litre making a full tank nearly £109, as it approaches the “frightening” £2-a-litre mark. The AA’s  Luke  Bosdet added, against a background of falling petrol wholesale prices,…