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Ministers considering creating a ‘pumpwatch’ fuel watchdog to stop retailers ripping off drivers


Ministers considering creating a ‘pumpwatch’ fuel watchdog to prevent retailers from ripping off drivers by failing to pass on cuts in the price of petrol and diesel

  • Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and Business Secretary Grant Shapps examining idea 
  • A decision could be made as soon as the March Budget to get things moving

Ministers are examining plans for a fuel watchdog to prevent drivers from being ripped off at the pumps. 

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and Business Secretary Grant Shapps are said to be looking at a system to make petrol and diesel retailers pass on cuts in wholesale costs to consumers.

A report into the situation is expected to be completed by the end of February and a decision made as soon as the March Budget. 

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