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Snape flood pub waiting for insurance cash

13 January 2014 Last updated at 10:59 GMT

Five weeks after the tidal surge along the East Anglian coast, many victims are still waiting to receive money from their insurance companies.

Teresa Cook, the landlady of The Crown public house in Snape, Suffolk, says her business is suffering while she is waiting for her money.

Richard Daniel reports.

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