The Gulf Stream does add some warmth to Britain.
And look at the map, the Gulf Stream warms those waters just a measured bit.
I don't recall trying to claim what that article takes aim at. But I do know that it doesn't take much to make a real difference.
On the upside, Britain might see more sun, less rain.
Sadly I doubt it. The trend in my lifetime has been toward greater extremes with longer periods of dark and damp cloud cover in between.
About +2C (Winter) to +7C (Summer) between the English Channel and North Sea.
I expect WWIII with the politics of hate, fear and power steadily ratcheting up. The people with the most to lose seem hell-bent to create the very conditions where they will. The kid who dies with the most toys is still dead!
Shallow water vs deep water with Arctic currents running deep into it.
I dunno about the channel.
When disproving over-claims and other fallacies it's good to not turn that into disproof of everything within sight of the fallacy.
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