Britain facing drought: If the Romans could make a water grid, why can’t we?

Telegraph: On May Day, I took one of my favourite walks, through woods strewn with bluebells and across pastures yellowed by buttercups. The sweet, cloying smell of the hawthorn blossom hung heavily in the air; a cuckoo made its increasingly rare presence known. It was the quintessence of an English spring -- except for one thing: the landscape was utterly parched. In the best of weather, this particular ramble can be a soggy affair; yet familiar ponds had been reduced to puddles and one usually boggy tract,......

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