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South East's beaches 'in danger' from storms

12 February 2014 Last updated at 00:06 GMT

Strong winds and high seas battering the South East coast have led to fears that some of its beaches are in danger of being washed away.

Lewes Lib Dem MP Norman Baker is warning the beach at Seaford is looking "dangerously inadequate to protect the town".

South East Today reporter Mark Norman spoke to Mr Baker, resident Ken Barnard, and Environment Agency spokesman Andres Gilham.

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