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As the south of England deals with severe flooding, businesses in Dumfries and Galloway are calling for more flood relief to be spent here.
Many properties were damaged during the floods and storms at the start of the year, and after the Prime Minister stated money was no object for flooding victims, people in Scotland want to know how much funding will come north of the border.
Our reporter Fiona McIlwraith has been to speak to two businesses who have been affected.
Dumfries and Galloway council have called on the Scottish government to help them finance local flood defences.
Last week the Prime Minister said 'money was no object' in helping those in the South of England affected by the recent severe flooding.
But Councillor Colin Smyth has asked whether David Cameron's comments would mean Scottish communities hit by flooding would also receive help.
Dumfries and Galloway council have called on the Scottish government to help them finance flood defences schemes to protect the region from future problems.
Last week Prime Minister David Cameron said that money was no object in helping parts of South of England after severe flooding.
Dumfries and Galloway also experienced flooding in December and, as businesses and homes are still coming to terms with the damage, councillors are asking that funds are made available for the region.
Flood victims in Dumfries and Galloway are calling on Westminster to offer them they same support the South of England have been promised.
Many homes and businesses have been affected by flooding in the area, and council officials say residents deserve some of the money David Cameron promised to flood hit families in Somerset.
In 2013 Carol Wither suffered flooding at her shop "Granny's Kitchen" which is in Newton Stewart.
She feels more money is needed to help with local residents and shop keepers prevent flooding.
There have been calls in Dumfries and Galloway for flood victims to receive compensation in same way the Westminster Government has pledged cash for Somerset farmers and residents.
In 2013 Carol suffered flooding at her shop "Grannys Kitchen" in Newton Stewart.
Carol feels that more money is needed to help local residents and shop keepers in the area to help prevent flooding.