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No excuses as Shell post even more obscene profits than BP
PUBLIC backing for the Daily Express crusade for fuel price justice was gathering pace last night.
Messages of support were pouring in after an explosion of anger at “obscene” profiteering by oil giants.
Shell yesterday became the latest company to disclose multi-billion-pound profits earned on the back of motorists’ misery, topping even BP.
The firm announced a £6.6billion jackpot for the three months from July to September – a rise of 71 per cent. But it provoked an unprecedented backlash, led by our crusade for a 10p cut in the price of petrol and diesel.
Analysts were predicting substantial price cuts in response to the tide of popular pressure