Has the world ended in the South East? The reporting of the earthquake in Kent rivals that of the Tsunami in South East Asia a couple of years ago. It was not even as big as the on that centred on Dudley in 2002, which measured 4.8 on the richter scale compared to Kent's "at least 4.3". Am I incorrect in recalling that the bigger Dudley 'quake was generally called a (small-scale) tremor back then?
Next week on the BBC, as a pebble falls from a roof in London:
"Meteor strikes Worlds Greatest City"