Does the Water White Paper place priority in the right places and does it go far enough?

Does the Water White Paper place priority in the right places and does it go far enough?
Response to the Government's Water White Paper has been largely supportive, with the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) saying it places "priority on the right issues for actions", but does it go far enough?
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