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  1. A lead content over 10x the recommended limit, confirmed by the water providers tests.
  2. Thanks for the information, it has been confirmed it is the pipework on the property that is the issue. The levels were also confirmed by the water supplier as over 10x the limit for lead content in water. (Test carried out by water supplier, and they checked their pipes outside the property.)
  3. Well consuming lead during pregnancy and early years can lead to many development issues with children, it can affect their brain growth and behavior.
  4. Hi, I have a question, I moved into a property around November 2013 and it was a fairly old house needed a bit of tidying up but we were happy as it was cheap £480 PCM. My partner found out she was pregnant around March 2014 and my son was born in the November. I think we finally discovered the problem with the water when he was around 6 months old, and all this time we were using it as normal. We moved out 2-3 weeks ago finally after finding our own place, my question is do I have a right to seek compensation for potential damages to my son and how would I go about this?
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