Myth 1: Water is infinite and free
Myth 2: Britain is wet: droughts don't happen here
Myth 3: Drought only occurs in the summer, when it's hot
Myth 4: Drought is when rivers and reservoirs run dry
Myth 5: Rain spells the end of drought
Myth 6: All droughts finish with heavy rainfall
Myth 7: Floods and droughts cannot occur at the same time
Myth 8: Droughts are only short-term problems
Myth 9: If you cannot see impending drought, there is no risk or impact
Myth 10: Costs of flooding are greater than drought
Myth 11: Droughts only happen in other countries
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