A Cumbrian flood victim has spoken out about the government's apparent U-turn on dredging.
Adrian Goldstein has campaigned for rivers to be dredged to prevent flooding for years after his home, and hundreds of others, were flooded in 2009.
He spoke with our reporter Tim Backshall earlier today:
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