Who said it?

'The Government is talking about what it can do to help. But short of doing a rain dance, there's not much that can be done' - Jenny Bashford, water policy adviser for the National Union of Farmers, tells the Telegraph that an official state of drought is likely to be declared in East Anglia after a severe shortage of rain.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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