Britain is hotting up Father’s Day poised to become hottest June 18 EVER

Britain will be hotter than Thailand as today’s Father’s Day frazzle pushes the hottest June 18 since records began 167 years ago – but thunderstorms threaten Glastonbury mud from midweek. Today has already nudged 30C and the Met Office has forecast sunshine with 30C in the South-East tomorrow and up

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