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Worst yet to come, warns govt agency

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Great Britain


LONDON:
The Environment Agency was facing questions yesterday over its handling of Britain’s flood crisis as its chairman warned the risk had not yet peaked and told thousands of people to be ready to evacuate.
Critics accused the agency of squandering £1bn in flood defence cash and failing to protect vulnerable areas.


This came as new flood warnings were issued along the Thames and tens of thousands of commuters faced days of travel misery.
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