For a century, Britain's relationship with nature has been a complex one – but with the advent of regular extreme-weather events, it has become utterly muddied. Now we don't know where we stand, says the author and farmer Brian Morton
The show is especially prescient following the recent floods in Cumbria, which has raised questions about how to build in the region in the future
Environment Secretary Liz Truss convenes a meeting of Cobra as armed forces help bolster flood defences
The unnamed 17-year-old girl was taken to Cumberland infirmary but later died of her injuries
Cumbrian Properties reportedly ‘raised administration charges from £110 to £600’
Old expectations about 'freak' weather events are being recalibrated
'I was told that the floods of 2005 would never happen again'
Have you noticed, watching the news over the past decade, how the 200-year-events are starting to mount up?
More than 50,000 homes in the north of England are cut off - with more at risk after electricity substations are flooded
No “real” police investigation was carried out for nine months, a High Court judge has revealed
Cumbria's proposed 15.8% funding cut would be the biggest percentage decrease of any force in the country
Half of Grace Dent's life is over and she has never felt truly local
Kent dockyard loses out to Lake District national park as UK's next world heritage site
You have been warned: Skyrunning is coming to Britain. But don’t worry; it is not, despite anything the name might imply, a prog rock supergroup.
A look ahead to Sunday’s FA Cup third round tie at the Stadium of Light
A man and a woman have died in river incidents as strong gales and torrential rain batter the UK.