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UK Braces Itself For Heavy Thunderstorms

It has been a relatively mild winter so far, but this is all going to come to an end this week, when strong thunderstorms engulf most of the UK. Low pressure will push inland, which will lead to heavy showers and thick clouds, particularly in the south and west of England. While bad weather is to be expected during the colder months, this is especially bad news for those who have a problem of rising damp in their London houses, as the excess moisture in the air could exacerbate the issue. There is also a strong threat of floods in Britain this week, which would mean those with damp issues in their property would be deeply affected by the poor weather conditions. The Met Office has currently

Govt To Improve Energy Efficiency Of Coldest Rented Homes

The government has pledged to improve the energy efficiency of some of the coldest privately rented homes in the UK to keep tenants living in warm conditions. Next year, landlords will be required to install energy-saving measures in accommodation with poor energy performance ratings of F or G at their own cost. This is a step up from previous legislation announced in April this year, which required owners of rented properties to improve their energy efficiency where financial support is available. Not only will this keep renters warmer, but it will also reduce their energy bills by £180 a year. Minister for energy and clean growth Claire Perry said: “Everyone should be protected against the

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