After another wet and windy day, we've finished our live updates for Devon and Cornwall for Tuesday. We'll be back at 08:00 on Wednesday with the latest news, sport, travel and the all-important weather.
Don't forget Spotlight on BBC One later. There will also be news through the night on your BBC Local Radio station.
Flood warnings: Five areas in south west still under threat
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There are still five flood warnings in place across the south west.
It is the most common residential road name in Great Britain, so what can Station Road tell us about housing today?
There are more than 2,000 Station Roads. How have the people living in them been affected by the housing crisis?
Gina, from Exeter, is nearly £10,000 in debt and she has lost her credit rating. Can she find a solution?
South West will 'lose Tory MPs if election promises not delivered'
The South West will lose many of its Conservative MPs unless the government delivers on its pre-election promises, a local MP has warned.
Leading a debate in Parliament, the Tory MP for South West Devon, Gary Streeter, urged ministers to take note of the South West Growth Charter - a plan aimed at boosting prosperity, as well as improving transport, energy and broadband infrastructure.
He said: "In 2020 [at the next scheduled general election], we will be be judged on what we deliver for our region."
Fields turn into a lake around Stoke Canon
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The fields around Stoke Canon near Exeter have turned into a giant lake with livestock forced on to higher ground.
Photographer Helen Disberry took this film as her train passed through the flooded landscape.
Exeter's Sandy Park will host England's opening match in the Under 20's Six Nations next year.
The game against France is on Saturday 4 February at 1200 GMT.
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"It will be a special occasion playing at Sandy Park for the first time as England U20," England coach Rory Teague said.
Exeter duo Josh Caulfield and Jack Maunder are currently members of the England Under 20's squad.
Flooding after effects an 'economic tsunami'
Lynne French, BBC News Online
A business leader in Cornwall has likened the after effects of the South West's storm damage to an economic tsunami, which will need "more than a sticking plaster" to fix.
Almost a month's worth of rain fell in just two days, causing flooding and severe damage to the main rail line in and out of the South West at Cowley Bridge near Exeter.
Ann Vandermeulen, development manager for Cornwall's Federation of Small Businesses, said: “Even when the damage is in Devon, Cornwall can get completely cut off, so it’s a massive issue and it needs to be sorted out.
“Every which way you look, there’s a whole economic tsunami that follows the storm – not just the clear up – like the loss of trade and businesses struggling to get insurance... and sadly it needs more than a sticking plaster."
Migrant children's hostel 'always to be temporary'
Simon Hall, Home Affairs Correspondent
A north Devon hostel for migrant children from the so-called Jungle camp in Calais, which is to close, was always to be a temporary measure, the Home Office has always said.
The children were brought to the hostel, near Great Torrington (pictured), on 24 October. Some 37 vulnerable young people, from Afghanistan, Sudan and Syria, have been resettled, we’ve been told, with the “vast majority” reunited with families in Britain.
It was designed to provide a safe and welcoming base, before the children were moved on to other areas of Britain.
Those children not now with families are still in the care of councils.
Murder arrest and 'stolen bin appeal' after Exeter body find
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder by police investigating a suspicious death.
Officers were called to a property in Okehampton Road in Exeter, Devon, at about 14:00 on Monday and "discovered the body of an unidentified man".
Devon and Cornwall Police said a 37-year-old local man had been arrested and was awaiting questioning.
Officers have also asked if anyone "had their black rubbish bin stolen recently". Anyone who had a black wheelie bin stolen has been asked to contact officers.
Latest headlines in Devon and Cornwall
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in Exeter following the discovery of a body
Flooding and stormy weather continues to cause travel problems across Devon and Cornwall
The main railway line in and out of the counties - between Exeter St Davids and Taunton - is to stay closed until Thursday for repairs
A north Devon village Lee, near Ilfracombe, becomes inaccessible because of flooding
Police investigating a stabbing in Plymouth, and who arrested five people over the incident, appeal for witnesses
Cornwall Council votes through a budget for next year that includes £34m worth of cuts
A yachtsman is rescued after winds gusting more than 60mph rip the mast from his vessel off St Ives
About a third of small businesses in Devon and Cornwall have been affected by severe weather and flooding in recent years, with nearly one in 10 being forced to temporarily cease trading.
According to an infrastructure survey for Cornwall's Federation of Small Businesses the average loss sustained by small businesses was about £4,000 - although 15% of those affected put the cost at more than £10,000.
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Of those who responded to the survey, about 14% said they did not have full insurance, prompting the FSB to call for a government grant scheme.
"It's urgent that we find a solution for the thousands of small firms who struggle to find affordable flood insurance... they shouldn't be forgotten about, national chairman Mike Cherry said.