United Kingdom: Get ready for lots of dry summers as Government warns water companies of droughts

Daily Mail: Areas of Britain left bone dry by near-drought conditions were yesterday warned they were experiencing 'a taste of things to come`. Environment minister Lord Henley said climate change would make parched springtimes more common and bring the threat of hosepipe bans. England and Wales experienced a fifth of the normal rainfall in April, while March was the driest since 1961. Scorched: A dried-up reservoir in Matlock. Water levels are 40 per cent lower than normal as companies are urged to......

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