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Who is right?
I HAVE read with interest comments on The Press letters page about flooding, pollution, etc.
Surely the siting of sewerage treatment plants on a river bank can only lead to them being inundated during flooding.
What is the point of pumping floodwater into a waterway which cannot deal with it in the first place?
As I believe that 25 per cent of the Netherlands was reclaimed from the sea, why do they seem to be on top of flooding problems?
It can only point to so-called experts’ opinion being questionable to say the least.
David Dean, Church Lane, Appleton Roebuck, York.
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