Rain causes 'unprecedented' landslips in south-west England


Heavy rain has caused an unprecedented number of landslips across Devon and Cornwall, according to the South West Coast Path Association.

At Whitsand Bay, in south-east Cornwall, a section of coastal path has been closed for six months because of a landslip.

Footpaths across the South West have been closed or diverted because of the slips.

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