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Should you grass on a neighbour who breaks the hosepipe ban?

A neighbourly feud is worse than a hosepipe ban

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

We know many water companies are themselves guilty of profligate waste through unrepaired leaks. So to snitch on a neighbour, who is making a comparatively tiny personal contribution to the drought, seems petty.

But we are only human and it is hard to watch your flowers and vegetables wither and die while your neighbour is still drenching his own produce with gay abandon.

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