Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Britain allocated £ 2.3 billion to cope with floods

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The British government has allocated £ 2.3 billion to confront the dangers of floods over the next six years through 1400 project provides protection for about 300 thousand homes. At a time when the Treasury Department explained that the funding comes in the framework of infrastructure investment plans, defender Association criticized for Alamblh environment allocated by the government, stressing that it is not enough. For his part, British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the funding allocated by the government to cope with the floods, stressing that it was up compared to the previous parliament, saying, "The first thing we do is that we are keen to ensure Be repairing all defenses against floods that hit last year, and this is the message The good ".

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