Flooding Follows Wettest January Since 1776
The Wall Street Journal
By NICHOLAS WINNING
Updated Feb. 10, 2014 7:46 p.m. ET
LONDON—Hundreds of homes have flooded and hundreds more are at risk to the west of London after the River Thames burst its banks on Monday as England continued to suffer from one of the wettest winters in more than two centuries, authorities said.
With waters predicted to rise further this week, Prime Minister David Cameron said the government would do all it could to assist those affected as he visited flood-hit areas in the southwest of