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The Chancellor, George Osborne

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Budget airlines like Ryanair often deliver profits

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Egyptians hunt cheap fuel as Mursi seeks to end shortage

The women squeezed together in an open truck as it left a Cairo warehouse, each clinging to a canister of subsidized cooking gas. Dozens more waited in line.

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Supermarkets to cut petrol by 2p

Motorists will benefit from lower supermarket petrol prices from today.

Jim Armitage: How Toyota engineered itself on to the right road

The Prius overtook the Civic and Accord. High petrol prices are cited as the cause

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