Fuel prices

Amazed to see all the hundreds of cars choking up the roads this morning on my run. A warm sunny day of blue skies, and so many people decide the best thing to do on such a day is to drive sardine cans through congested streets.

I wondered why it was such a popular pastime on a sunny day.

But I think I figured it out. When diesel prices can vary 15p from one station to the next, within walking/running distance, I image everyone’s driving around trying to find the cheapest one.

Maybe that was Sunak’s plan? Flipping strange plan, if you ask me, but who can understand multi-billionaires deciding on whether the poor-as-church-mice deserve to have 5p reduction in fuel duty or not.