Protests Likely in UK as Petrol Prices Crash Pound Per Litre Barrier

During the blockades of seven years ago hospital operations had to be cancelled because NHS staff could not get to work, while supermarkets were forced to ration food because of shortages.

Published: 12-Nov-2007

Fuel protesters could cripple Britain with rolling roadblocks within the next ten days in response to soaring petrol prices, it was claimed last night.

The average price of petrol broke through the £1 barrier last week for the first time, angering hauliers.

And Transaction 2007, the reincarnation of organisations involved in the 2000 fuel protests, has warned of imminent action.

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