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Major four supermarkets cut diesel prices

Supermarkets gave motorists a boost today by announcing cuts in diesel prices.

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Snow and cold weather in March adds £80 to cost of home heating

Increases in energy prices threaten to push much of the population into fuel poverty

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Britain's big freeze: Qatari tankers sail to the rescue of UK gas supply crisis as snow and ice sets in

The UK is working at 40 per cent above its usual gas capacity for the time of year - thousands of homes without power as snow continues to fall

The Cuadrilla Resources shale fracking facility near Blackpool

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Local communities whose lives are disrupted by the coming new industry of fracking – the extraction of shale gas – may be compensated with substantial financial grants, Mr Osborne indicated.

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Budget 2013: Campaigning pays off as Osborne scraps fuel duty rise

Planned rise would have put around 3p a litre on price of petrol

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Outlook Just like the Office for National Statistics to spoil things for George Osborne before he stands up at the despatch box to deliver what will probably be yet another gloomy Budget.

Simon Read: help us George, consumers say ahead of budget

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Two million children are Syria's 'forgotten victims'

Young people are at risk of malnutrition, disease and trauma, according to Save the Children

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Petrol price war? Three supermarkets cut prices by 3p or 4p a litre

Hard-pressed motorists received some respite today when three supermarkets announced fuel-price cuts.

Fuel consumption plummets as slump drives motorists off roads

Consumption of diesel and petrol in Britain has plunged by a fifth since the start of the credit crunch, according to a new analysis.

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Weakened pound drives up petrol prices

The plunging pound and stock-market speculators mean that filling up the tank of a typical car now costs almost a fiver more than just six weeks ago, according to the AA.

Didcot Power Station in Oxfordshire

Energy in the UK: the coming crunch

Ofgem's CEO gives Oliver Wright a grim assessment of the UK's energy options

Petrol prices climbed from 76p a litre to £1.36 between 2003 and 2012

Motorists facing years of high fuel bills as Office of Fair Trading rejects referring petrol market to Competition Commission

Watchdog launched a study last September to investigate accusations of predatory pricing by supermarkets

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Hiking air fares around Christmas helped Ryanair to shrug off rising fuel costs in the last three months of 2012 and saw the budget carrier today raise its profit expectations for the year.

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