It's the deluded greens who've left my Somerset neighbours 10ft under water
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Sensible comments have, of course, been red-arrowed:
user12399, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Dear Readers, please use your brains and don't accept everything this article is telling you. The author wants you to be anti green because, for some bizarre reason, he had always been rabidly anti environmental. The central argument, that dredging was stopped *because* the Env Agency invested in nature reserves is entirely false. It is setting up a false choice, in the same way that you could say that dredging stopped *because* the Env Agency instead decided to invest in office stationery. Don't fall for this newspaper's anti green agenda. We should care about, and want to preserve, this green and pleasant land.
Fed up with whingers, Cwmbran, United Kingdom
Sod the green and pleasant land when people are already living there and the floods cause such distress. If the houses are there we must protect people's homes not worry about the green tailed lesser spotted warbling woodpecker - remember survival of the fittest is a natural process!
One by one slowly and surely the green Taliban agenda is unraveling. Be it wind farms, dredging, climate change, rising sea levels or what have you. Too much credence has been given to the views of the left wing action groups to the detriment of everybody. How does such a very small unrepresentative loud mouthed group get to have so much sway over the rest of us They probably represent no more than 5% of the population but to listen to their know all patronizing attitude you would think they speak for all of us. Well hey listen they dont