The price for Britain’s motorists to fill up their cars with diesel reached a fresh high, in another blow to consumers grappling with the nation’s cost-of-living crisis. The average UK diesel price rose to a record 180.29 pence ($2.24) per liter on Sunday, up from a previous high of 179.9 pence on March 23, according to the RAC, the country’s main motoring organization. Despite the government announcing a cut of five pence per liter to fuel duty until next March, UK diesel prices at the pump have risen following a decision to ban all shipments of Russian oil. One-third of Britain’s diesel imports come from Russia, meaning that shunning Moscow’s crude has put further upward pressure on energy prices at a time when Britons are already grappling with soaring inflation. “Efforts to move away […]