Letter to the Editor: Report shows need to reinstate water charges

Letter to the Editor: Report shows need to reinstate water charges

Last week the European Commission admonished us, over the quality of our drinking water.

For the second summer in a row, we have been warned of a possible water shortage.

Surely a time for reinstating water charges?

Don Harte Barry

Model Farm Road

Cork

This reader's opinions were originally published in the letters page of the Irish Examiner print edition on 20 May 2020.

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