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British Storms Worsen--Blair Says Climate Change

Some of the worst weather in history continued to sweep across the United Kingdom today, with even higher winds and more rain expected Monday. British Prime Minster Tony Blair, while touring Shropshire on Friday, said that the government would have to address the issue both nationally and internationally. The climate crisis is going to be felt first, as predicted in Art Bell and Whitley Strieber's the Coming Global Superstorm last year, in Europe, most particularly in the United Kingdom.

While there is no evidence that a massive blizzard such as the one Bell and Strieber predicted is going to occur soon, it is probable that the series of climactic and oceanic events leading up to this are already well underway.

In the United States, the two presidential candidates had differing views on the matter of climate change. George W. Bush advocated a "wait and see" approach while Al Gore claimed to be concerned.

To read the Guardian's weather story, 7190,337089,00.html,click here.

For the latest from the BBC, click here.

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