Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods: Flood water levels in the River Thames is expected to rise further as England expects more heavy rain. Two people die in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire trying to pump water out of a club.
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The death toll from the Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods rises to nine as police find a body near Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire. 2007-07-28, with context: Gloucestershire, Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods, Tewkesbury
Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods: Up to a million Britons could be affected by floods with both the River Severn and River Thames threatening to break their banks. Up to 350,000 people in Gloucestershire could be without running water for two weeks with some people unable to move back to their homes for a year. 2007-07-23, with context: Gloucestershire, River Thames, Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods
Thirteen areas of south-west England and Wales have been warned of possible floods as the United Kingdom prepares for heavy rain. 2012-12-14, with context: England, flood
"Coronation Street" cat Frisky's ashes sell at auction for nearly six times the expected price in Gloucestershire, England. 2010-07-22, with context: England, Gloucestershire
2007 North Sea flood: The Environment Agency of England and Wales issues eight severe flood warnings for eastern England with residents ordered to evacuate from 7,500 homes in Great Yarmouth. 2007-11-9, with context: England, flood
Gordon Brown, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, holds an Emergency Cabinet meeting to discuss floods with the British Army called in to help in the worst affected areas of England and Wales. 2007-07-22, with context: England, flood
In the UK, the Royal Air Force has one of its busiest weekends in peacetime rescuing hundreds of people from flooding after days of heavy rain lead to widespread flooding. 2007-07-21, with context: Summer 2007 United Kingdom floods, flood
The charity concert organized by Ariana Grande in the wake of the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing is held in Manchester, England. 2017-06-4, with context: England
After six days of debate, the House of Commons of the United Kingdom votes to approve, with 323 votes for and 309 against, the policies set out in the Queen's Speech. In order to avoid a 'regret' amendment, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says that England's National Health Service is to provide free abortions to women from Northern Ireland with funds from the Government Equalities Office. 2017-06-29, with context: England
Six people are injured after a car ploughs into Eid al-Fitr worshippers in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Police do not believe terrorism is involved. 2017-06-25, with context: England
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