* Fuel protestors angry about rising prices at the pump * Organisers say group will block refinery for up to a week LONDON, April 27 (Reuters) - Angry British motorists, in a protest against rising petrol prices, plan to hold up fuel deliveries from the UK's second-largest refinery at Stanlow on May 8 by blocking roads. A go-slow action, targeting motorways connecting the refinery to the rest of the country, could involve up to 1,000 vehicles, according to Kevin Bowker, 40, founder of ...
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