As the price of oil continues to be driven up by civil upheaval in the Middle East, it has become clear that the situation will lead to increased energy bills, which could encourage more people to switch gas deals.
The Sunday Express reports that objectors are planning to blockade oil refineries in the UK next weekend (May 8th) to protest against the rising cost of fuel.
Social networking sites have been used to spread news of the blockades, which will start at the Stanlow oil refinery in Cheshire's Port Ellesmere.
Meanwhile, Reuters reports that crude oil prices are expected to see short-term volatility, which could have an effect on gas and electricity costs in Britain.
This could see more people compare energy tariffs and switching to cheaper ones.
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