MORRISONS has cut the cost of unleaded and diesel by an average of six pence a litre over the last week at all of its UK forecourts.

The Bradford-based supermarket is passing on reductions in wholesale fuel prices directly to customers to reduce the cost of motoring.

Andrew Ball, Morrisons’ fuel operations manager, said: "It's the summer holidays and we know how tough the current cost of living is for our customers.

“So we hope this fuel price reduction will help motorists to save money at this challenging time."

Morrisons has 339 filling stations across the UK. It comes after fuel prices hit their highest-ever levels earlier this summer as the UK's cost-of-living crisis began to bite.

The wholesale cost of petrol has fallen by 20p since early June, according to the RAC.

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