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Britain sizzles on hottest day of the year so far

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Britain sizzles on hottest day of the year so far

Britain sizzles on hottest day of the year so far

The mercury has reached 37.8C at Heathrow Airport, meaning Friday is thehottest day of the year so far, the Met Office said.


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