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Swiss chocs
31 August, 2011

Swiss confectionery brand Amador is hoping to shake up the UK chocolate market with the launch of 125g bags of high quality, affordable chocolate. Rrp is £1.99.

Cheers for Arsenal
31 August, 2011

Carlsberg is Arsenal's Official Beer Partner for the next three seasons. The lager already has ties with the England team, the UEFA European Championships and Liverpool football club.

Keeping up with oil prices keeps Andrew on his toes
31 August, 2011

The start of the day seems to come earlier and earlier! The Today programme brings me to at 6am in readiness for the first tasks of the day. That is taking my three black Labradors for a morning walk in all weather which certainly wakes me up! My wife, Julie, has their food ready and she prepares tonight's dinner, before she disappears off to Norwich City College at 7.30am.

Tragedy on the streets
31 August, 2011

Images of Dudley Road Service Station in Birmingham fenced off by Police cordon after three men were mown down and killed in front of the forecourt, hit home the tragic consequences of the violent disorder that spread across England last month.

Fuel prices – August 24, 2011
31 August, 2011


Sainsbury extension forces MRH relocation
26 August, 2011

Top 50 Indie, MRH, is having to relocate one of its forecourts in the West Midlands because Sainsbury is extending one of its stores.

Jet delighted with support for '20 is plenty' campaign
26 August, 2011

More than 14,000 Jet customers have signed in-store pledges within two weeks as a result of 72 Jet sites around the country joining forces with road safety charity Brake to launch Jet’s ‘20 is Plenty’ campaign.

Madderson rejects Sainsbury's "misleading" fuel price data
26 August, 2011

RMIP chairman Brian Madderson has written to the Daily Telegraph complaining about "misleading" information provided by Justin King, CEO of Sainsbury’s. King wrote a piece for the Business Section of the newspaper on August 23 which contained, what Madderson claims was "misleading information about the amount of the pump price for fuel going to the Treasury".

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?