British storms, floods linked to climate change

Feb 12, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Stuff.co.nz

Flood waters continue to rise on the bank of the River Thames as forecasters issue the first "red warning" of the winter, meaning there could be a "risk to life".

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The last time the Thames was this high was about 60 years ago. Was GW to blame then?
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it is only "linked" to climate change in the minds of certain beardy weirdos and loony druggy hippies and Greenpeace fruitcakes.

I wonder what caused the flood in 1795 in Worcester?

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mail order Ting Tong wrote:
I wonder what caused the flood in 1795 in Worcester?
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