The floods: what a shower

Guardian: Rotting carpets, sodden furniture and drenched possessions are making life desperate for swaths of Britain, from the Somerset Levels in the west, to Saffron Walden in the east. The misery is real, and – as ever – it is inflaming an itch to blame. The Environment Agency chief, Chris Smith, seemed to do everything possible to draw the deluge of fury his way. He stopped off first, not at one of the most drenched, but one of the driest villages in the corner of Somerset he was visiting. He failed to......

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