Nope, I am here.http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article4013008.ece
What are we doing here? we should help them too. Is Grav888 in the crowd?
I only found out late last night.You know there is going to be an event, didn't tell us else we all should have gone too in support.
The police were certainly being very heavy handed in Wales? I wish the truckers luck and hopefully their voice will be heard.
How difficult would it be for hauliers to all arrange 'deliveries' into Westminster at 11-30am on a Wednesday? Would lots of LGV's making deliveries be deemed a protest?
Are you telling us those who took part today will get their licence revoked? No way, John Hutton even said they will listen and kowtow us all because of the election looming. They are damn stupid to alien the paupers and took it too serious personally.More likely to get their Licences revoked if they upset God( He who must be obeyed).
BP and Royal Dutch Shell have reported massive increases in profits for the first three months of this year on the back of rocketing petrol prices, which are expected to hit £5 a gallon today.BP's pre-tax profits rose 48 per cent in the first quarter to $6.6 billion (£3.3 billion) while Shell increased its profits 12 per cent to a record $7.8 billion (£3.9 billion).The increase has been driven by the rising oil prices, which the companies have passed on to consumers in the form of higher petrol and diesel costs.Thing is its not the oil companies that are creaming it in.