Water firms upbeat amid UK dry spell

Guardian: A daffodil farm in Cornwall. The environment secretary has warned against complacency after the driest and warmest March/April in decades. Photograph: LIe Leendertz Water companies are "confident" of maintaining supplies in the face of dry conditions, the environment secretary, Caroline Spelman, said after a drought summit today. But she warned against complacency and said the Environment Agency, together with water companies, would be providing ministers with an update on supplies and reviewing......

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