Parliament Square in London. The UK Met Office has announced an amber alert for extremely hot weather. Meanwhile Thames Water which operates London’s water supply has announced a hosepipe ban in order to save water. Photo: EPA-EFE
Parliament Square in London. The UK Met Office has announced an amber alert for extremely hot weather. Meanwhile Thames Water which operates London’s water supply has announced a hosepipe ban in order to save water. Photo: EPA-EFE
Britain

Britain braces for heatwave as millions more face water restrictions

  • Four-day amber warning issued for extreme heat in parts of England and Wales this week with temperatures set to climb to 36C in some places
  • London’s water supplier announced a hosepipe ban to save water, which will prevent people from washing cars and watering their gardens with a hosepipe

Parliament Square in London. The UK Met Office has announced an amber alert for extremely hot weather. Meanwhile Thames Water which operates London’s water supply has announced a hosepipe ban in order to save water. Photo: EPA-EFE
Parliament Square in London. The UK Met Office has announced an amber alert for extremely hot weather. Meanwhile Thames Water which operates London’s water supply has announced a hosepipe ban in order to save water. Photo: EPA-EFE
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