On a visit to a flood-hit region of Worcestershire today David Cameron said that spending on flood defences has been 'increased'.
The Prime Minister sat down with residents in Upton-upon-Severn to discuss the flooding which has affected the area three times since Christmas.
Last week, the Government pledged £10million of help to businesses affected by the floods
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