Britain’s rivers come back to life

Independent: Britain's rivers, some of which were little better than sewers a generation ago, are now at their cleanest for more than a century. In the past decade, our waterways have returned to conditions not seen since before the industrial revolution, the Environment Agency says. Meanwhile, the river Thames, which half a century ago was declared "biologically dead" at Tower Bridge in London, won a coveted international prize this year for its environmental value. "The last decade shows how far we've come......

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