Road hauliers and farmers are considering mounting road protests over the rising price of fuel, which is now averaging over £1 a litre in the UK.
Reports in The Times newspaper suggest that groups could take their protest to the roads in the run-up to Christmas.
In 2000, they brought many of Britain's main routes to a near standstill by driving slowly on all three lanes on major motorways to highlight the effect high fuel prices were having on their livelihoods.
Further concerns have been raised because another 2p a litre of fuel duty is planned for April 2008, driving prices even higher.
Fuel prices have been driven up this year by a combination of the price of crude oil rising by more than 50% and increased Government taxation.
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