Morrisons makes major change to all UK fuel stations as it cuts petrol and diesel prices

The wholesale cost of petrol delivered to forecourts has fallen for eight consecutive weeks by a whopping 20p from 151.93p at the start of June to 131.75p a litre in the last week of July. 

The last time unleaded was this price on the wholesale market was in early May which a week later led to a UK average pump price of just 167p a litre.

Simon Williams, RAC’s fuel spokesperson, said July had been an “unnecessarily tough month for drivers” with major retailers not cutting costs.

He added: “As it was, we saw independent retailers leading the charge with fairer pump prices appearing all around the country which eventually forced the supermarkets to finally implement a more substantial cut late last Friday afternoon (July 29).

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