Oh do keep up. The petrol hysteria was last week.
In contrast to the report from *Australia last week*
I can report no empty stations and no queues in the
Solihull borough in the West Midlands, *UK today*
The only remnant of last week's delusions is that the
prices haven't yet returned to the pre-hysteria norm.
Today, £1.36p ltr, instead of £1.30p in September.
The hysteria is history and the price hike is becoming
history as now there are millions of cars with enough petrol
for months, in my mother's case a year, who won't be going
to a petrol station this year just as the stations are restocked.
In couple of weeks it'll be £1.25p Business can't have all that
dead money sitting in tanks need cash even if little profit.
Petrol prices are always volatile and can even change
during the day. It not the big deal Remainers pray for.
Don a pair of gloves and a mask and check this tripe that
was part of last week's coordinated but desperate attempt
to roll back history.
"UK petrol prices are closing in on all-time high, warns RAC
Cost per litre nears the record 142.48 set in April 2012."
And now a week later down 5% and falling.
(Anyone, anywhere can check UK current petrol prices
with some historical context on any Petrol price app.)
Not to mention the ludicrous comparison of 2012 £££
and 2022 where £1.42 is worth £2 today.