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Anger as Devon village floods again

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There are warnings of yet more flooding to come. Heavy rain is being forecast for the next few days. Dorset and parts of northern England are particularly at risk of flooding but the Midlands and East Anglia won't escape today.

Several days of torrential rain have hit the North, South West and Scotland hardest. This country is hardly a stranger to flooding. We've seen some really bad ones over the years. In the 1960s, Tipton St John near Exeter in Devon was really badly hit, it's being hit again. Our reporter Nicola Stanbridge went there.


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