United Kingdom: Households must prepare for extremes, after floods every five days in 2012

Telegraph: The Government agency said such "topsy turvy weather' could become more frequent because of climate change and called for more assistance to help households adapt. However politicians are warning that the Government is already cutting funding for flood defence. Last year began in drought with hosepipe bans imposed for 20 million people across a swathe of England after two dry winters in a row. For 95 days there was official drought declared for some areas, mostly in the South East. However,......

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