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Labour Calls For Cobra Meeting As Temperatures Surge

Labour has called for a COBRA meeting to discuss the impact of the prolonged heatwave on water supplies across the country.Speaking on Saturday, deputy leader, Angela Rayner has called on the Government to act amid fears drought conditions may last until next year.With drought conditions declared across eight regions, Ms Rayner accused the Government of having “no forward planning”.She said: “This is the second major heatwave in weeks but this Tory government is failing our country yet again. Conservative inaction on drought warnings is creating a dust bowl Britain.
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