Flooding: too little defence, too late, as the waters rise

Guardian: Like the lines drawn by parents measuring the height of their growing children, there are chalked marks on the walls of the houses piled in a picturesque jumble along the lower streets of Yalding. They have been drawn by residents scoring the progress of floodwaters through their homes over what has been the wettest month since records began and is heading towards being the wettest winter Britain has seen in 100 years. On Christmas Eve, this Domesday Book Kent village was deluged by riverwater......

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