Environment Food and Rural Affairs written question – answered on 17th July 2006.
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To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs if he will visit the London borough of Bexley to discuss air quality with residents.
There are no plans at present to visit the London borough of Bexley.
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No3 people think not
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Posted on 18 Jul 2006 6:49 pm (Report this annotation)
The air quality in Bexley is already disgusting without the waste incinerator that this wonderful New Labour government are planning to foist upon us. This morning, there was a disgustingly foul smell on Northumberland Heath which certainly seemed like raw sewage. How much worse will it be when we have to cope with additional sewage from London's richer boroughs?
Ben Bradshaw should taake David Evenett's advice, get off his backside and talk to residents who will no doubt be able to tell him exactly what they think of him and his department.
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