Diesel hit an all-time high at the weekend.
As the average price hit 143.05p per litre, RAC spokesman John Franklin said: “The new record price of diesel shows the issue of rising fuel prices isn’t going away. Drivers continue to be hit hard in their pockets during these tough economic times.
“With a further 3p-a-litre fuel duty rise planned in August, we hope the chancellor will take a look at this in the Budget.”
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