David Cameron has visited Yalding in Kent which has been badly affected by the severe weather, leaving homes flooded.
David Cameron has visited Yalding in Kent which has been badly affected by the severe weather, leaving homes flooded. Residents told the Prime Minister who the rain waters deluged their homes and properties, flowing over exisitng flood barriers. Cameron also spoke to one resident who’s house was flooded by recent intense rains. Yalding resident Tim, explained that despite putting up flood barriers after the 2007 floods, the extreme recent weather meant the flood defences were not enough to stop water pouring into his house. Over 50 flood warnings are now in place across the UK, with further rainfall and bad weather set to affect large parts of the country into this evening. Amber sever weather warnings, urging people to be prepared are currently in place across northern England.
Video: UK weather – David Cameron visits flood-hit Yalding
The body of a newborn baby girl has been found in a wheelie bin, police say. A member of the public rang the police
Ahead of the launch of Apple’s iPhone 6 and following positive comments from Deutsche Bank, Arm has bucked the Scottish-driven trend and ended the
Sometimes you have to write about difficult, painful things because you can guarantee you’re not the only one for whom they’ve been difficult and
Bruce Hawker: pushed messages in Australia for 30 years. Photograph: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Age: Old enough to style out a mismatched grey moustache.Appearance: Stern-but-fair
Google’s latest Doodle is a playable nod to cult British sci-fi show Doctor Who on its 50th anniversary. Click the start arrow to choose one
THE company behind Johnny Depp’s new movie has been fined over the death of a crew member.Mike Bridger, welder and water safety expert, died
The Mountain Eagle, the director’s second work, was filmed in Obvergurgl but disappeared 90 years agoAlfred Hitchcock arrived in the Tyrolean village of Obvergurgl
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Regardless of who takes the reins, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will likely face continued legal battles in President Barack Obama’s
MARKET REPORTTHE FTSE finished just 0.12 points up — after earlier rising close to the magical 6,000 mark.It closed at 5954.30 amid ongoing fears