February 20, 2014

David Cameron's Hurricane Katrina?

Matthew d'Ancona, New York Times

The Associated Press

The scale of the floods afflicting southern England since the end of last year is best expressed by the question the disaster has posed: “Is this David Cameron’s Hurricane Katrina?”

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TAGGED: Flood, UK, David Cameron

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