Hundreds flee their homes as England’s north is submerged

Guardian: Hundreds of people had to flee their homes on Saturday after torrential rain triggered flooding in towns across Lancashire and West Yorkshire, and dangerously high waters even reached the cities of Manchester and Leeds. The Met Office issued two of its most serious, red weather warnings – indicating a “danger to life” – for the area and warned that up to five inches of rain could fall over the weekend. In addition, the Environment Agency (EA) issued 22 severe flood warnings – which also signal danger......

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