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A detail of signage at a petrol station in the Lees district of Oldham, Greater Manchester on 28 February 2022. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has affected global oil prices, leading to prices hitting record highs in the UK.
The RAC said the average price of petrol jumped to £1.51 a litre on Sunday, while diesel increased to £1.55.
The price of both fuels has jumped since Thursday, when Russia began its assault on Ukraine.
The price of Brent crude rose by 4.6% to $102 a barrel on Monday after Western nations imposed new sanctions on Russia - one the world's largest energy producers.
Picture by Matt Wilkinson/Stella Pictures Ltd 07814 960751
28/02/2022
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A detail of signage at a petrol station in the Lees district of Oldham, Greater Manchester on 28 February 2022. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has affected global oil prices, leading to prices hitting record highs in the UK.<br />
The RAC said the average price of petrol jumped to £1.51 a litre on Sunday, while diesel increased to £1.55.<br />
The price of both fuels has jumped since Thursday, when Russia began its assault on Ukraine.<br />
The price of Brent crude rose by 4.6% to $102 a barrel on Monday after Western nations imposed new sanctions on Russia - one the world's largest energy producers.<br />
Picture by Matt Wilkinson/Stella Pictures Ltd 07814 960751<br />
28/02/2022