Ok, to be fair, there hasn't been that much snow all over the country within the last 50 years. Nobody was prepared. So it was not surprising that it took days to have the streets gritted (as salt and sand ran out and with only 5 machines for an entire city, it was expectedly slow). And there are still people stuck in the mountains cut off supplies or others too far off from work to be able to make it there. Then we had floods again.
Now, we don't have water. Maybe, because people, obviously afraid of frozen water pipes, let the water tubs run, or because of broken pipes thanks to the icy conditions. However, the effect is the same, the water ran out.
And this is not funny at all. We are not in a desert. We are on an island, surrounded by water, with rivers all over the country! Maybe the ground is frozen... I actually don't care. I want the water back! I don't want to go to the gym (and let's hope they still do have water!) to have a shower. I don't want to buy extra-water at Tesco's to be able to cook rice or soup!
I think it is time to leave.