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Pam clark retweeted
“sewage was dumped into rivers and beach fronts across the southwest 42,484 times last year, or around 116 times a day. This included..rivers and beaches in the #TivertonandHonitonByElection constituency” #VoteToriesOutToday #JohnsonOut150 independent.co.uk/climate-ch…
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#rawsewageTories ☠️ These people cannot be trusted with our #environment. #ToriesUnfitToGovern
Replying to @thetimes
The @CommonsEAC recommended in a report in Jan that water companies should be required to install volume monitors to assess discharges. The govt response rejects the recommendation and repeats arguments put forward by water companies that monitoring was difficult and expensive
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Replying to @DefraGovUK
...and look how much sewage is getting dumped in our rivers and seas now! Just because you try to ignore the problem and pretend it doesn't exist, doesn't mean it goes away. #RawSewage #RawSewageTories #ToriesUnfitToGovern
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Replying to @mikegalsworthy
Free to jog amongst the used sanitary towels and feces on Blackpool beach #RawSewageTories
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England and Wales, stop paying your water bills to these disaster capitalist climate wrecking bastards! They obviously regard you with total contempt Remember it was the EU who cleaned 99% of UK coastlines and 9,000 miles of rivers! #BrexitHasFailed theguardian.com/environment/…
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So, the #RawSewageTories may not care about it, but the people having to pay @SouthernWater for the privilege of swimming in effluent are fighting-back! 😷 Southern Water: Geldof backs non-payment campaign over sewage dumping theguardian.com/environment/…
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I now have reports that a significant number of Conservative MPs were so conscious of the opposition to the UK govt’s sewage policies that they informed constituents beforehand via email that they wouldn’t vote for it… …and then quietly voted for it in Parliament.
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I now have reports that a significant number of Conservative MPs were so conscious of the opposition to the UK govt’s sewage policies that they informed constituents beforehand via email that they wouldn’t vote for it… …and then quietly voted for it in Parliament.
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