Why Britain is importing so much water from the US

Britain is being accused of importing too much water for its domestic consumption and exporting it to the US for export, with the latest figures showing the country is importing more than £500 million a day from the United States.

The figures, from the Government’s own Office for National Statistics, showed that the UK exported water to the United State last year at an annual rate of £6,822,000, compared to £4,852,000 in the previous year.

It is not known how much water was imported and how much exported.

The figure for water exported from the UK to the UK was £1,958,000 last year, compared with £1.942 million the previous years.

This compares to £2,542,000 for water that was exported to the EU.

Mr Osborne told the BBC that the new figures were “a great disappointment” and that it would not “change our thinking”.

But the Government insists that the increase in imports is because of the surge in demand for British products.

“For those who would like to know more about the new water supply arrangements with the US, we have published the following figures on the new UK water supply with the following table: Water supplied to the USA and Canada, UK and Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Denmark. “

Source: Office for Government Procurement and Procurements (OGPP) The spokesman said the figures were being released on the basis of the latest available information. “

For those who would like to know more about the new water supply arrangements with the US, we have published the following figures on the new UK water supply with the following table: Water supplied to the USA and Canada, UK and Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Denmark.

Source: Office for Government Procurement and Procurements (OGPP) The spokesman said the figures were being released on the basis of the latest available information.

It added that the total water supplied to America and Canada would continue to be over half a billion litres per day.

Water supplied by Britain to the other countries was only a fraction of this.

He added: “The Government has a clear policy that it is essential that all water supply is secure and reliable and it is working to do that in the US.”

However, the new imports are a surprise to the Department of Energy and Climate Change, which said they had not been considered for “security reasons”.

The agency said that it did not want to see the UK being a “subservient partner” to other countries, as this could undermine the UK’s position in the global water supply system.

The Government has previously said that the water import restrictions would be lifted in the new year and that water could be supplied to British consumers from the USA.

A spokesperson for the department said: The Government is currently assessing the impact of this change on water supply and the supply of energy and other essential services.

It has not yet decided what this means for the water and energy supplies.