What it does is bring this up:
Fluoride in UK’s public water likely to happen
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23 January 2013
The fluoridation of the UK’s public water supply has taken a step closer—even though it has been rejected in several European countries and 50 American cities.
Regional health authorities are being given powers to determine whether to introduce fluoride to the local water supply. In amendments to the Water Bill, the responsibility shifts from the local water companies, most of which have been reticent to add fluoride.
The government is passing the powers to the......
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So it is obvious what the subject is, but nothing else. Nor what is happening for it to be news today. I thought the powers were already vested in the health people - and that is why Southampton had fluoride added? But I could so easily be wrong.