Warmest April since records began in UK


It has been the hottest April on record, with temperatures in most of England and eastern parts of Scotland and Wales more than 5C above normal.

But while many people have been enjoying the warmth, farmers have begun to worry about their crops, and wildfires have been causing problems.

Jeremy Cooke reports.

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