Engineers in the South East are reviving a 70-year-old plan to solve its water shortage. The idea is to build a 370-mile canal from the North to the area to make it flush with water, with the northern rains consistently replenishing the water supply. While the project would cost around 14 billion pounds, the canal is predicted to boost the job markets and economies along the canal’s path. For more on this story, click here:: Canals plan revived as answer to South-east’s water shortage


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