United Kingdom: On Thames, centuries of history tell a less apocalyptic flood story

Guardian: A British fixation with the weather seems to link readily with a pessimistic view of our vulnerability to flooding. This has been underlined through an outstandingly wet winter, with often protracted floods. For those directly affected, in Somerset especially, this has been a harrowing experience, and the impact on transport, agriculture and commerce has been severe. Many believe that the cluster of major floods in the early years of the 21st century herald much worse as global temperatures continue......

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