The storm gathering over Britain’s flood defences

Telegraph: In his classic doomsday novel The Drowned World, JG Ballard imagined Britain in the 22nd century slowly disintegrating under the onslaught of flood and damp: cities claimed by mould and mildew, lagoons of languid, standing water inundating the nation, ancient buildings dissolving into the mire. The residents of Wales, the West Country, parts of the Midlands and, by the time you read this, northern England and Scotland as well, could be forgiven for thinking Ballard's dystopian vision has arrived......

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