Friday, 4 May 2012


Here in the south east of England we are facing a water shortage, despite having the wettest April for many years. The reason we are told is because we have experienced drier than normal weather over the past couple of years. Even if the overall rainfall has been a little below average, it has been well within the variation that has been experienced over tha past 50 years. The real reason is not the mythical "climate change", but much more to do with a massive increase in our use of water due partly to the widespread increase in things like power-showers and pressure jet washers, but also to a large increase in the number of households fuelled by immigration and family breakdown. This article on EU Referendum blog looks at the failure of governments to get to grips with the problem. 

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