Businesses urged to help halt spread of 2012 super-drought

Jessica Shankleman
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Environment Agency warns south-east drought could reach East Yorkshire, as utilities confirm hosepipe ban

Businesses have once again been urged to curb their water use, after several utilities announced a spring hosepipe ban and a new government report today warned the 2012 super-drought could spread across...

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