Britain has recorded its highest-ever temperature of 40C as a heatwave grips the UK.
To say they’re not used to it is an understatement – the average temperatures for July in the UK range from daily highs of 21C to night-time lows of 12C.
While many Aussie houses were built for the heat, Britain was built for the cold – very few homes have air conditioning.
On Wednesday, Clairsy & Lisa spoke to Greg Edgeworth, their former producer at 96FM who only very recently moved there, who explained how different the heat is compared to here.
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Touching image from the ongoing heatwave in the UK 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/FxqHjeTGMt
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With the heatwave hitting the UK this week, please spare a thought for everyone whose mother will be making salad for tea every day. pic.twitter.com/Jzl7Zw4CaI
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