Water bills

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Water companies ‘need single social tariff in England and Wales’
Consumer body says vulnerable households face ‘postcode lottery’, with each firm setting its own tariff

Alex Lawson

24, Sep, 2023 @5:00 PM

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How to use less water: 15 essential tips – from beef burgers to megabutts to cutting back on clothes
I went on a mission to help save the world’s water, and found dozens of ways to do it, including ice cubes in pot plants, giving up jeans and mastering my flush

Emma Beddington

05, Sep, 2023 @9:00 AM

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Thames Water crisis presents an opportunity for better business | Letters
Letters: Nationalisation dominates the debate, but there are other viable alternatives, writes Victor Adebowale

19, Jul, 2023 @5:29 PM

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Severn Trent likely to be allowed to charge customers £60m extra
Water firm tells investors it is on track to claim reward for exceeding its own customer service targets

Jillian Ambrose

19, Jul, 2023 @2:52 PM

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Thames Water still faces slow drip over funding | Nils Pratley
Monday’s announcement is not a ‘major milestone’ – choppy waters remain, such as the price review

Nils Pratley

10, Jul, 2023 @5:17 PM

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Thames Water secures extra £750m from shareholders to help stave off nationalisation
Money follows £500m injection in March but troubled utility warns much more future funding needed

Alex Lawson

10, Jul, 2023 @6:39 AM

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Private equity is failing water companies again. Get these firms back on the stock market | Nils Pratley
Listing would allow the market to be admirably brutal – inflicting pain on the owners and forcing management changes

Nils Pratley

05, Jul, 2023 @5:58 AM

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England’s water firms should pay to fix illegal discharges, high court to hear
WildFish charity says £56bn plan to reduce sewage dumping from storm overflows is illegal because it expects customers to foot bill

Sandra Laville Environment correspondent

04, Jul, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Thames Water appoints Sir Adrian Montague as chair; squeezed households run down savings – as it happened
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news

Graeme Wearden

29, Jun, 2023 @4:07 PM

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The wretched state of Thames Water is one of the best arguments for public ownership we have | Adrienne Buller
Water privatisation in England and Wales has achieved just one thing: the enrichment of executives and overseas shareholders, says Mathew Lawrence of the thinktank Common Wealth

Mathew Lawrence

28, Jun, 2023 @4:05 PM

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Time to turn the tide on water mismanagement | Letters
Letters: Readers respond to a long read on how drought could end up being the next pandemic

21, Jun, 2023 @3:20 PM

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Water companies feel the heat as commercial bans loom in dry summer
Suppliers may be forced to cut large-scale usage by businesses amid fears of a repeat of last year’s heatwave

Alex Lawson

17, Jun, 2023 @3:20 PM

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