Members of The King's Royal Hussars wade through flood water on Chertsey Meads
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UK floods: Flood woe continues as army moves in

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond says the Army is to carry out a "rapid inspection" of England's flood defences within five weeks to assess the damage left by unprecedented flooding.

Despite Sunday's break in the weather, water levels on the River Thames are expected to rise in the coming days.

Jeremy Cooke reports on those still suffering.

BBC News - UK winter storms

  • 16 Feb 2014
  • From the section UK
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