Meacher rejects call for Camelford inquiry

Environment Minister Michael Meacher has rejected calls for a public inquiry into the Camelford drinking water pollution incident which exposed residents to high levels of aluminium in July 1988, reneging on Labour's promises while in opposition. The Department of Health (DoH) is still considering new evidence about the health of residents who claimed to suffer mental impairment as a result of the incident.

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