Parts of eastern England declared drought-stricken

Reuters: Parts of the East Anglia region in eastern England have been declared to be in a state of drought after some areas of the country had their driest spring on record, the British government said on Friday. Declaring a region to be in a state of drought allows water companies to place curbs on the use of water. Areas in southwest, southeast and central England and Wales are also experiencing near-drought conditions following prolonged sunny and dry weather from March. "Drought has hit parts......

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