The river Thames floods the village of Datchet, southern England February 10, 2014. The British Government's top climate science agency says this winter's unrelenting rain is likely due at least in part to climate change.

The river Thames floods the village of Datchet, southern England, February 10, 2014. The British Government's top climate science agency says this winter's unrelenting rain is likely due, at least in part, to climate change.

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The front gate to a house is seen surrounded by water after the river Thames flooded the village of Wraysbury, southern England February 10, 2014.

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Rail emergency workers inspect damaged tracks along the seafront at Dawlish in south-west England February 6, 2014. Storms destroyed sections of the mainline route to the south-west of England, and severe weather warnings for rain and gale force winds hav

Rail emergency workers inspect damaged tracks along the seafront at Dawlish in south-west England February 6, 2014. Storms destroyed sections of the mainline route to the south-west of England, and severe weather warnings for rain and gale force winds have been issued for the weekend.

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A boat operated by emergency services personnel waits to be driven down a flooded road to the village of Muchelney, seen in the background on the flooded Somerset Levels, near Langport in south west England January 27, 2014. Surrounded by flood water, Muc

A boat operated by emergency services personnel waits to be driven down a flooded road to the village of Muchelney, seen in the background on the flooded Somerset Levels, near Langport in south west England January 27, 2014. Surrounded by flood water, Muchelney has only been accessible by boat for several weeks. Britain's Environment Agency has been criticised for failing to dredge local rivers in the Somerset area as flood warnings for south-west England remain in force, where more rain is forecast over the coming days.

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Rain falls as the village of Muchelney is seen on the flooded Somerset Levels, near Langport in south west England January 27, 2014. Surrounded by flood water, Muchelney has only been accessible by boat for several weeks. Britain's Environment Agency has

Rain falls as the village of Muchelney is seen on the flooded Somerset Levels, near Langport in south west England January 27, 2014. Surrounded by flood water, Muchelney has only been accessible by boat for several weeks. Britain's Environment Agency has been criticised for failing to to dredge local rivers in the Somerset area as flood warnings for south-west England remain in force, where more rain is forecast over the coming days.

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