Yesterday England beat the West Indies at Headingly by an innings and 283 runs. It was remarkable for three things: the third heaviest win in England's test match history; the heaviest defeat the West Indies have ever suffered and it was also officially the coldest ever day in test match history. 7 degrees celsius. In three and a half weeks it's the longest day. My avatar picture was taken this time last year - I got sunburn. When May's average temperatures are published, what will the headlines be?
I don't understand global warming.