The political event of the year? Floods

Ashley, Jackie
November 2000
New Statesman;11/13/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4512, p8
Discusses the political aspects of the freak weather and floods in Great Britain. Response of British Prime Minister Tony Blair to the disaster; Statement issued by Prince Charles on the issue; Comments on the government's approach to the problem; Analysis on the political culture of Great Britain.


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