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Friday, 3 November, 2000, 16:18 GMT
In pictures: Coping with the floods
Britain remains in the grip of the worst floods for more than half a century, and there is no end in sight.

York
The Army strengthens defences in York

Upton upon Severn
Dave Chapman, 35, commutes in his 1967 amphicar

River Ouse
Council staff shore up the river in York

Worcestershire
The Plough Inn at Upton upon Severn is surrounded

Lendal Bridge
A thin green line prepares to hold back the floodgates

Deputy Prime Minister
John Prescott is up to his knees in it

York City Centre
The Army pitches in to heighten barriers
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03 Nov 00 | UK
Flooding 'could get worse'
03 Nov 00 | UK
Britain endures the deluge
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