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A flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Trent and tributaries from Cromwell Weir to the Humber Estuary.
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The Environment Agency still has 44 severe flood warnings in place, having downgraded almost 20 alerts in the Anglian and Southeast regions.
People in coastal regions are still warned to be vigilant and to check the Environment Agency website regularly.
If you are affected by flooding, you can get advice from the 24/7 Floodline: 0845 988 1188
The Environment Agency has updated an interactive map showing where the storm has hit hardest. It includes detail on 54 flood warnings, where there is a danger to life, along with 124 flood warnings, and 70 flood alerts.
The Foreign Office and the Football Supporters Federation have issued some travel tips for England supporters going to Brazil for the World Cup:
- Be aware of the long travel distances between games
- Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Brazil
- Be aware there are additional requirements for all children under 18 entering or travelling through Brazil without a legal guardian or with one parent alone
- Ensure you have travel insurance and that it covers you for all activities you want to take part in
- Fans should avoid all protests and demonstrations - they should monitor local media and follow guidance from the local authorities
- Be aware that Brazil has a high road accident rate and crime levels are also high
A 40-year-old woman is due to appear at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court this morning after an incident at a house in Welbeck Road, Doncaster, at around 5pm on Wednesday, 4 December.
Marlene Crank-Dodwell, from Morley Road, Doncaster, is charged with burglary dwelling with violence and possession of cannabis.
The A1077 is closed in both directions due to obstructions in the road between B1204 High Street ( South Ferriby ) and B1207 Winteringham Road.
The road is closed due to abandone vehicles and debris on the carriageway following last night's flooding.