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    Sandra, Switzerland

    1 year ago Comments: Posted on December 18, 2012 at 5:37 pmI just like the helpful dlitaes you give in your own articles.I will bookmark your website and verify once more below on a regular basis.I am pretty totally sure I will understand quite a lot of new things perfect listed here! Very good luck for that up coming!
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    Elena, United Kingdom

    1 year ago Comments: Indeed lack of ctpemtioion is a bad thing, and as far as I can see ctpemtioion will not come any shape or form other than from Tesco.Local businesses (other perhaps than the three filling stations) are being badly hurt by fuel costs themselves. Tesco are already here as are the co-op. Supermarkets are I'm afraid a necessity so I don't have a problem with them opening a fuel outlet. I believe in the short and long term it is the only solution and would be for the good of the vast majority of Islanders, not just a few. Tesco is an important employer here as are the co-op and the previous supermarkets. Local businesses should not be exempt from ctpemtioion, that is what half the problem is.I think it is simply disgraceful that our representatives have absolutely nothing to say on the matter of high fuel costs, when they were happy to jump on the OHTG cause, but then there are a few with self interest at mind with way too much influence on what the council as a whole may or may not do.Ruaraidh, I think in reality you are paying around a3360 more for your fuel each year than anyone who is careful about where they buy their fuel from on the mainland. 5p differential simply is not a realistic comparison.A Tesco filling station is simply the only ctpemtioion that is ever likely to actually happen, and ctpemtioion is desperately needed. Even the OFT know that.
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    Elena, United Kingdom

    1 year ago Comments: Indeed lack of ctpemtioion is a bad thing, and as far as I can see ctpemtioion will not come any shape or form other than from Tesco.Local businesses (other perhaps than the three filling stations) are being badly hurt by fuel costs themselves. Tesco are already here as are the co-op. Supermarkets are I'm afraid a necessity so I don't have a problem with them opening a fuel outlet. I believe in the short and long term it is the only solution and would be for the good of the vast majority of Islanders, not just a few. Tesco is an important employer here as are the co-op and the previous supermarkets. Local businesses should not be exempt from ctpemtioion, that is what half the problem is.I think it is simply disgraceful that our representatives have absolutely nothing to say on the matter of high fuel costs, when they were happy to jump on the OHTG cause, but then there are a few with self interest at mind with way too much influence on what the council as a whole may or may not do.Ruaraidh, I think in reality you are paying around a3360 more for your fuel each year than anyone who is careful about where they buy their fuel from on the mainland. 5p differential simply is not a realistic comparison.A Tesco filling station is simply the only ctpemtioion that is ever likely to actually happen, and ctpemtioion is desperately needed. Even the OFT know that.
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