Former level

DUE to fluctuation in oil prices First made changes to fares. One could understand that, as a barrel of oil rose to $147, but since then the cost has come down dramatically. Will First respond by dropping the fares back to their former level? More

DUE to fluctuation in oil prices First made changes to fares.

One could understand that, as a barrel of oil rose to $147, but since then the cost has come down dramatically.

Will First respond by dropping the fares back to their former level?

More importantly, will the energy firms start slashing bills?


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They are quick to raise prices, but slow in bringing them down. Will we also see a price drop in our shopping trolley, maybe a few pence here and there? Overall it is very doubtful.

P J MAIN - Axe Close, Weston

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