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Cheapest Nottingham petrol stations on Friday, March 25

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Drivers in the UK said they were still waiting for a fuel cut as their local petrol stations appeared not to have reduced prices in line with Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement. Mr Sunak said fuel duty would be reduced by 5p per litre from 6pm on Wednesday, however some customers reported prices rising instead of dropping.

“My local garage has put the price of diesel up by 2p a litre since yesterday. They obviously never got the memo,” @matt76smith wrote on Twitter on Wednesday evening.

Meanwhile @aka_Titch tweeted on Thursday: “OK, so I went to fill up this morning thinking fuel prices will be 5p cheaper. All the prices have gone up by 5p overnight, Diesel was 179.9 buts it’s now 184.9”.

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AA president Edmund King said: “The AA welcomes the cut in fuel duty. However, we are concerned that the benefit will be lost unless retailers pass it on and reflect a fair price at the pumps. The Chancellor has ridden to the rescue of UK families and businesses who use their vehicles, not for pleasure, but to function in their daily lives.

“Since the start of the year, the 20p-a-litre surge in pump prices has been the shock that rocked the finances of families, and particularly young drivers, pensioners and lower-income workers who need to commute each day. The website petrolprices.com posts the latest petrol prices per litre across the country including in Nottingham. Here’s the latest from there. These prices are subject to change:

Morrisons Gamston – 155.7p

Sainsbury’s Beeston – 155.9p

Tesco Beeston – 156.9p

Sainsbury’s Arnold – 157.9p

Asda West Bridgford – 158.7p

Morrisons Bulwell – 158.7p

Sainsbury’s Castle Boulevard – 158.9p

Morrisons Netherfield – 158.9p

Tesco Top Valley – 158.9p

Texaco Meadow Lane – 159.9p

BP Clifton Lane – 159.9p

Tesco Cinderhill – 159.9p

BP Daleside Road – 162.9p

Texaco Westdale Lane – 162.9p

BP Wollaton Vale – 163p.

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