Group welcomes water development bans to UK’s Olympic Games
A British Government review of UK water technology may lead to the introduction of mandatory water restrictions for major sporting events such as Olympic Games, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed.
The MoD has confirmed a review of water technology could include introducing a compulsory water ban on all events, along with a temporary ban to the Olympic Village which allows competitors access to Olympic facilities and food.
“This should include all major sporting events, in particular the Games,” a Mi부천출장안마nistry of Defence spokesperson said.
“If the decision is accepted, it wou충주출장샵 충주출장마사지ld be a substantial undertaking to implement and could result i트럼프 카지노n an increase in expenditure for the UK, depending on the scale and duration of the review.”
The MoD spokesman said the decision had come about in consultation with sporting bodies, but did not name them.
“We are seeking to work with industry and stakeholders to minimise disruption,” the spokesperson said.
“We have been working closely with sports, local authorities, police and other relevant bodies to consider options of reducing disruption to sporting events.”
The MoD has introduced a ban on saltwater and freshwater flooding after flooding in the Olympic Park last August.
It introduced a ban on saltwater flooding in the Olympic Park last summer – which led to a large number of sports losing events – following the flooding of Olympic village by the River Thames.
It also introduced a water ban on swimming and cycling events in the Olympics in 2007 and 2008.
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