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Water companies
« on: May 20, 2023, 08:32:40 PM »
It's no secret by now that at least 71% of our water companies are owned or part owned by businesses abroad. Companies based in
places like Malaya, Cayman Islands, U.S.A., Germany, U.A.E. and Australia even, these companies don't care if we can't swim or fish our rivers and seas they are just milking us for every penny and putting precious little back.

Time something was done.....
One solution would be to obviously hit them where it hurts, in the pocket, but the fines we impose at the moment are laughable....SO

One way we could overcome this is to get all the major players over here and actually show them the state our water system is really in thanks to them and ask them to sort it. If they refuse or dither then give them an ultimatum, the companies would be fined 5BILLION pounds each which will go towards correcting the mess OR they can sign the water companies back over to the government {totally} with just a token fine of £1 million each. 
I am not a pessimist, I just help them out when they're busy.


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