CCW boss: Pitting poverty against progress is a false choice

Tackling water poverty via a social tariff does not have to come at the expense of investment in the sector, the chief executive of the Consumer Council for Water has argued. Emma Clancy was speaking on the first day of the Utility Week Forum in London during a session about how to ensure utilities are affordable.

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