Would Sally-Ann Hart have taken a swim at the beach she was booed on?

Last Updated: August 29, 2022By Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Sally-Ann Hart: covering her posterior during the sewage crisis?

Here’s another great analysis from Maximilien Robespierre – this time on the way Tories who were elected to Parliament in 2019 are trying to cover their rear ends after voting to allow water companies to pollute our rivers, seas and beaches:

So: she said she voted for an amendment to Labour’s motion, that demanded investment in the sewerage infrastructure that would end the discharge of raw sewage into the environment.

But the amendment was changed to remove a requirement for water companies (in England) to take every reasonable step to ensure untreated sewage is not released from storm overflows. Also removed was the requirement to show improvements in the sewerage systems.

So her claim that she voted to demand improvements seems to be untrue. But, like many of her fellows in the Tory 2019 Parliamentary intake, she’s trying to put people off voting to remove her from her seat by pretending to be on their side.

She says an “ambitious” plan will be unveiled on September 1, to clean up the system. Will it be as ambitious as the plan she has already supported – that allowed water companies to stink up our beaches with possibly disease-ridden crap?

This Writer agrees with Maximilien Robespierre: Ms Hart should have been challenged to take a swim in the water she voted to despoil – to prove she had defended it, or demonstrate conclusively that she had not.

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One Comment

  1. Hecuba August 30, 2022 at 11:01 am - Reply

    The only ‘ambitious plan’ fascist tories have is to continue supporting all those greedy private water companies because as usual profits always supercede health and safety! The profits water companies are accruing must on no account be diverted to instigating installation of new infrastructure because the water company boys would see their profits dwindle!

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