England is expensive, i've really noticed the prices have gone up in the last two years, but what as happened to the price of petrol?
Does the UK pay more on the international market than every other country?
In Thailand when I first went over, petrol cost 33p per litre, in the UK it was around 68p. The price of a barrel of oil is more or less the same today than it was two years ago ( actually slightly less).
The price of a litre of fuel when I left Thailand was 33p per litre and in the UK its 90p+. I know the goverment as had its cut, but I think its more the oil companies putting the price up when oil goes up, but unlike Thailand the price doesn't return to the former price when oil is lower.
The price of Autogas in Thailand is around 11p per litre, not the 46p at this station