Open the floodgates for greater recognition

Fast flow: The flood waters had to be drained from terminals 1 and 2. Credit: David Lee Photography

COMMENT: How many people knew, on a dark, dramatic night last December, that the UK’s biggest port was under water, completely paralysed as the sea poured over the lock gates, quays and warehouses were swamped, and engineers were forced to flick the switch on the network of electricity substations, plunging ...

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