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September

Police investigate racial abuse of forecourt cashier
25 September, 2013

Police have launched an appeal for witnesses after a cashier at a Norwich petrol station was racially abused by a customer.

Istobal extends supply deal with Morrisons
25 September, 2013

Car wash equipment manufacturer Istobal has announced that it has been awarded a three-year extension to its supply contract with Morrisons.

Mixed reaction to Labour leader's speeech
24 September, 2013

Labour leader Ed Miliband’s speech to his party conference has provoked a mixed reaction from businesses and trade bodies.

Tesco follows Asda with fuel price cut announcement
24 September, 2013

Tesco is dropping the price of unleaded petrol by up to 2ppl and diesel by 1ppl from September 24.

Asda sets new national fuel price limit
23 September, 2013

Asda has announced a new national price cap following the latest reductions in wholesale costs on unleaded and diesel – it’s second such announcement in two weeks.

Record number of older drivers on the road
23 September, 2013

The number of older people with driving licences has exceeded the four million mark according to data analysed by the RAC Foundation. The figures show there are now 4,018,900 men and women aged 70 or over who hold a valid full British licence.

Forecourt owner welcomes end of WPC's claim
20 September, 2013

A Norfolk petrol retailer who was being sued by a policewoman who injured herself on his forecourt during a call-out, has welcomed her decision to drop the case.

AA launches price comparison app
20 September, 2013

The AA is launching a smartphone price comparison app which it claims will enable its members to find the cheapest fuel in their area.

Roll-out of Tesco Clubcard reaches 800 Esso sites
20 September, 2013

The roll-out of the Tesco Clubcard loyalty scheme to the wider Esso network, which was exclusively revealed by Forecourttrader.co.uk, has now reached more than 800 service stations, according to the fuel company.

Pair jailed over tobacco duty fraud
20 September, 2013

Two Manchester men caught with illegal tobacco and unexplained cash in their homes have been jailed following an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Amid all the political turmoil, do you feel as prepared as you can be for EU exit on October 31, deal or no deal?