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High tides and flooding hits parts of UK

Parts of the UK have been hit with high tides and flooding.
High tide in Kingsbridge, Devon. Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, is to chair a meeting of the government's emergencies committee Cobra on Friday to discuss the weather situation.
Kingsbridge, Devon
In Brighton, waves crash onto the beach beside the pier. People near coastal areas are being warned to stay away from the water.
Brighton beach
Waves hit Clevedon in North Somerset. Further up the River Severn, Bristol City Council has put in place its flood barrier kit for the first time.
Clevedon, Somerset
In Devon, this wall collapsed at Marine Parade, Instow. Weather forecasters say the bad weather is due to continue during the weekend.
Marine Parade, Instow, Devon
In Scotland, a train is hit by a massive wave as it passes by the coast in Saltcoats. The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency has issued nearly 40 flood warnings.
A train passes through the coast at Saltcoats in Scotland
This was the scene at Perranporth in Cornwall this morning. The Environment Agency and HM Coastguard have asked people to stay away from coastal areas.
Perranporth, Cornwall
The promenade at Aberystwyth on the west coast of Wales was closed as the coast was hit by huge waves.
Wave in Aberystwyth
Waves crash over the promenade at high tide in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Saundersfoot, west Wales
In Gloucestershire, the River Severn burst its banks causing flooding.
Gloucestershire
After the tidal surge receded in Aberystwyth, debris was strewn across the damaged promenade.
debris on Aberystwyth promenade
Waves break over the sea wall in Lyme Regis in Dorset.
Waves break over the Cobb sea wall at Lyme Regis on January 3, 2014 in Dorset, England