Guardian: Wales should make sure it receives proper payment for any water exported to ease drought-hit areas of England, Welsh politicians and economists have said. Elfyn Llwyd, the leader of Plaid Cymru at Westminster, led calls for a "mature debate" on ensuring Wales is properly paid for one of its richest natural resources. He said he did not object to water being moved from Wales to England. "I see no reason why that should not happen as we are rich in that resource in Wales." But he added: "I......
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Soak the English: Welsh want paying for any water piped across the border
Posted by Guardian: Steven Morris on February 29th, 2012You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.