I live in South West London in a flat with my husband. For the last two days we've had no water due to burst water pipes in the streets. It's not until you go without, that you realise what a precious commodity water is. Not only can you not wash your hands, but you can't wash up, use the toilet, cook or clean your teeth. The local shops have all sold out of water, and we have half a bottle of water left.
This morning I attempted to take my pred and other tablets with one gulp of water. We washed ourselves with hand wipes and are now going out to find a shopping area of London that has water. Perhaps we can use the loo, have breakfast and wash our hands. Ah! Luxury!