Myself and my husband have been watching fuel prices at forecourts and feel we and millions like us are being taken for complete idiots, which we are not.
Can they or the government explain the meaning of price-freezing? Morrisons have increased fuel by 1p a litre each week since the budget and now brag that if you spend £40 in store they reduce fuel by 5p a litre. Who is getting a full wallet while the motorist is getting a smaller tank full?
Morrisons at Catcliffe charge £1.32 for unleaded; Sainsburys at Crystal Peaks charge £1.30; Shell on Handsworth Road charge £1.30 a litre.
Give motorists a break without gimmicks. How can prices vary so much?