Drought declared in East Anglia

Guardian: A fly fisherman at the receding water's edge of drought-depleted Fewston reservoir near Harrogate. Parts of East Anglia are officially in a state of drought, according to the English environment department Defra and the Environment Agency. Areas in the south-west, south-east, the Midlands and Wales are experiencing near-drought conditions following the driest spring on record in south-east and central southern England. Overall, England and Wales are at their driest since 1990. Widespread......

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