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UK weather: Gloucestershire pub 'still open' after floods

3 January 2014 Last updated at 13:48 GMT

High tides and strong winds have brought flooding to Wales and western England as officials warn of a continuing threat in parts of the UK.

There are currently eight severe flood warnings - meaning "danger to life" - for Gloucestershire, Devon, Dorset and south, west and north Wales.

Chris Eakin reports from the Severn Bore Inn in Minsterworth, near Gloucester, where the river Severn burst its banks and surrounded the pub with floodwater.

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