Britain is in desperate need of a drink.
The nightmare scenario is more than £200 higher than previous forecasts, which were already grim, and heaps extra pressure on households across Britain.
He said dealing with the cost of living crisis only after a new PM is voted in is "really not good enough".
"If you're not answering the question, you will be interrupted and I'm sorry if that's too hard for you but that's how it works."
"For some people, all they have is the food banks. If we all go, what the hell is going to be there to pick up the pieces?"
Andrew Sells said the sell-off, with no replacements, was evidence of water companies putting profits before water resilience.
The 2017 Labour manifesto pledged to renationalise the energy industry and was dubbed a 'return to the '70's' by the right-wing press.
The company, which supplies water to 15 million customers across London and the Thames Valley, says a ban is imminent.
“The cost-of-living crisis was already top of the news agenda as more and more people face fuel poverty – this will only compound the concerns."