This is a simple maths one, this. The first pic is the price of fuel at the Tesco's store in central Reading, Berkshire. The second pic is a different Tesco's store, this time in Warfield, a somewhat wealthier area than the first, half an hour later. It's clear to see that in Warfield, people buying fuel are paying 4p per litre more than those in Reading.
|Not sure why petrol isn't visible, but diesel gives you the clue! This is Reading...|
|And here's Warfield - a full 4p more per litre|
I gave Tesco's customer service a call to ask them about it, and here's what Jess came back with - even agreeing with me, brilliant!! Of course, the reply from the 'unable to communicate with the public' pricing team will be posted here! It must be odd in their team meetings, if no-one can communicate....