Northern Ireland Water chief set to resign over crisis

Guardian: The head of Northern Ireland Water is expected to resign over the mishandling of the water crisis that hit the province over Christmas and the New Year in the wake of freezing temperatures. A spokesman for the state-owned company said Laurence MacKenzie remained in his £250,000 post. But it is understood he is set to step down; the announcement may come this afternoon at a board meeting on how the situation was handled. At the height of the crisis tens of thousands of households had their water......

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