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    'Sheer Panic in People's Eyes': Why Brits Are Losing It at Workplace, Streets

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    "We're still not quite sure how to handle this," say the British, as the thermometer in the UK shows 'High,' with temperatures reaching 30C.

    Following lengthy periods of low temperatures and even snow brought by the 'Beast from the East' with its icy blasts from Siberia engulfing Europe in February, as well as March — the weather course in Britain has made a sharp turn towards the long-awaited heat. 

    Come April, and Brits hoped for improvement but most of them certainly didn't expect temperatures to hit 28C in some parts of the UK. April 19 is set to be the warmest April day in nearly 70 years.

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    This is how Brits deal with sunshine. 


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