Parts of northern England could run dry by 2035, report reveals

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Thinktank IPPR North warns of leaks, overuse and climate crisis making droughts more likely

Demand for water could outstrip supply by 2035 in parts of northern England, according to a report. Recent focus on near-future water shortages has been on dry south-east England, where London's consumption...

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