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Monday 29th January

MPs to vote on vacating UK parliament building for renovation works

A controversial proposal for MPs and peers to vacate the traditional home of parliament is the subject of a free vote in the Commons this week.

Tuesday 16th January

Environment Agency uncovers landscape with laser mapping

The Environment Agency has announced plans to map England’s entire landscape by 2020, using the data to assess flood risk and inform conservation work.

Monday 08th January

MPs urged to take part in live fire drills in Parliament

Fire drills should be carried out in Parliament when MPs are sitting to test the building's capacity to deal with an emergency, a senior official has said.

Wednesday 03rd January

Storm Eleanor: Travel disruption and homes without power

Thousands of homes are without power and travel has been disrupted after Storm Eleanor swept across the UK.

Saturday 23rd December

UK parliament at risk of Grenfell-style disaster

Britain's Houses of Parliament are in danger of suffering from a Grenfell Tower-style disaster unless urgent repairs are undertaken, the outgoing official responsible for the building has warned.

Wednesday 13th December

UK to bring back beavers in first government flood reduction scheme of its kind

Beaver family will be released in the Forest of Dean to stop a village from flooding, with potential for further such schemes to follow.

Thursday 23rd November

Snow, flooding and gales hit UK, bringing traffic disruption

Severe weather warning issued for Scotland, with yellow weather warning of heavy rain in northern England and north-west Wales

Friday 03rd November

New research aims to protect communities at risk from flooding

An innovative £1.2m project led The University of Manchester aims to demonstrate that landscape restoration could be a low-cost way to reduce the risk of flash flooding in rural communities near steep upland streams and rivers.

Friday 20th October

Storm Brian thunders towards south coast of England

Britain is braced for Brian, the second named storm of the season, which is forecast to bring 70mph gusts and heavy rain that could cause coastal flooding in the south of England on Saturday.

Thursday 22nd June

Kensington council boss quits over Grenfell tragedy

The chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea council has resigned amid criticism over the borough's response to the Grenfell Tower fire.

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