Lord Redesdale: 'I'll get rid of Ofwat'

Lord Redesdale: 'I'll get rid of Ofwat'
Lord Redesdale has attacked Ofwat and promised to get 'rid of it by the end of the year'. Is he right to attack the water watch dog or should he mind his own business.
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