Scorched earth: Our driest ever start to summer

THE severe impact of Britain’s scorching heatwave and prolonged drought was graphically highlighted yesterday by the barren-looking lawns of Kensington Palace. Before and after snaps show how the luscious lawns of the royal London residence have been transformed into parched yellow plains.

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