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Gale force winds batter parts of UK

Powerful winds from the remains of Hurricane Katia have caused damage across parts of the country.
A worker repairs a telegraph pole that was hit by a lorry near Arnprior in central Scotland.
A worker repairs a telegraph pole that was hit by a lorry near Arnprior in central Scotland.
Gusts of up to 80mph were felt across Britain on Monday, as the remains of Hurricane Katia hit the country. These waves crashed on the Blackpool coast, north-west England.
Waves crash on the Blackpool coast.
Cars outside a bakery in County Durham were crushed when a roof collapsed in high winds. Thankfully no one was hurt.
Cars outside a bakery in County Durham were crushed when a roof collapsed in high winds.
Firefighters tend to trees that have been blown over in Liverpool, north-west England.
Firefighters tend to trees that have been blown over in Liverpool, north-west England.
Several rail services in Scotland and northern England were disrupted by the bad weather.
A train in Saltcoats on the west coast of Scotland.
Forecasters have told people to expect blustery conditions on Tuesday, but the winds shouldn't be as strong.
Two men are engulfed by a wave in Saltcoats on the west coast of Scotland.
Gale force winds have battered parts of Scotland, northern England, Northern Ireland and Wales. The powerful winds created these huge waves in Porthcawl, south-east Wales.
Waves in Porthcawl, south-east Wales, caused by strong winds