By Ikuko Kao LONDON, Nov 16 (Reuters) - British drivers are forking out over a pound for a litre of petrol or diesel for the first time, the Automobile Association said on Friday. Prices may rise even further due to expensive crude oil and reduced supplies from a refinery in southeast England which suffered a fire in late October, the AA said. Britain's average gasoline price was 101.51 pence ($2.07) per litre ($9.41 a gallon) as of Nov. 14. The average diesel price was 105.44 pence ...
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