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It might not be too much of a surprise that according to the Met Office, December 2015 has been provisionally assessed as the wettest month for the United Kingdom since records began in 1910. Most of the rains fell in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and northern England, where many places have seen flooding. So far, southern England hasn't suffered any serious flooding this winter.

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In a first for YPTE's news page, we have a guest article, contributed by 14 year old Chap Patefield-Isacoff. Chap also has his own website, Take a look (but not until you've finished reading this article!) Great work Chap!

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In a few weeks, representatives from across the globe will be meeting in Paris to discuss how we should tackle the problem of climate change. The 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) United Nations climate talks will take place from 30 November to 11 December 2015. Their aim is to find a way for all of the countries of the world to work together to try to cut their emissions of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, which are responsible for speeding up climate change.

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