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Well earlier ITV Meridian asked the Environment Agency if it was time they had a rethink over plans to fund any flood prevention work in light of the recent problems.
There's growing pressure on the Environment Agency to pay out for crucial flood prevention measures at a village in Hampshire where severe flooding has been a problem for more than 50 years.
Tonight a flood warning remains in place at Hambledon, near Portsmouth, where residents have seen rising waters threatening their homes for over a week.
Today they urged the Government to step in as Richard Jones reports
The Met Office have said that Hampshire and Dorset remain at medium risk of flooding as more rain is set to hit today.
Around 100 homes in Hambeldon in Hampshire yesterday were were being pumped after flood water began to rise.
The village also suffered a power cut due to a fallen tree, which also stopped some pumps from working.
Villagers in Hampshire says they are living on a knife edge as the bad weather continues. Last night, a fallen tree knocked out power to a number of homes in Hambledon which are relying on pumps to disperse flood water. Mel Bloor reports.
Interviewees: Hambledon resident Gordon Birdwood and Chair of Hambledon Flood Action Group Tony Higham.
The force of the tornado was felt by Steve Newman's substantial trampoline at Laverstoke in Hampshire- it's badly bent and half way up a tree!
Fire crews from East and West Sussex say they've taken dozens of weather-related calls since Saturday evening.An 85 year old woman was helped at her bungalow in Horsham, as her chimney collapsed and became embedded in the roof.
Fire crews used a hydraulic platform to make it safe.
A20 Ashford Road both ways closed due to flooding and sewage in the road between A249 Wat Tyler Way / Andrew Broughton Way and New Cut Road.
WHAT's being described as a ‘mini tornado’ has hit parts of Hampshire and Sussex.
Trees are down in Midhurst, Petworth and Fittleworth, blocking some roads.
Viewer Dan Browning from Alton sent us a picture of his garden after his fence was destroyed by the mini tornado. None of his neighbours were affected, but the force snapped the concrete pillars in half.
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