Britain battered by 90mph storms – and there’s worse to come

Telegraph: David Cameron took personal charge of the flooding crisis on Wednesday as the south coast was battered by 90mph storms and forecasters warned worse weather is on its way. He chaired a meeting of the emergency committee Cobra to discuss a response to the flooding shortly after promising to do “whatever is required” and announcing an extra £100?million to help with the clear-up operation. The Environment Agency’s embattled chairman Lord Smith, who has been heavily criticised for failing to visit......

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