The Prime Minister has been defending his Government's response to the flooding crisis sweeping the region. During PMQs at the House of Commons he has been questioned about the Environment Agency, and the looming cuts to its staffing levels.
David Cameron has also reiterated his pledge on money being no object when dealing with problem. He said he did not want homeowners to worry.
The Prime Minister has said that all businesses affected by flooding will get 100% business rate relief. He also referred to his announcement today that farmers would be helped.
PMQs: Speaking to the House of Commons. The Prime MInister has promised that whatever needs to be done to tackle the flooding crisis will be done.
Questioned by the Leader of the Opposition, Ed Miliband MP, The Prime Minister has reiterated that money is no object.
David Cameron has unveiled his long-term plans to secure Britain's future in his recently released New Year's message.
The Prime Minister and Witney MP says the country is 'turning a corner' and the government's plans for 2014 will 'benefit the whole country and secure a better future for everyone.'
Crowds of protesters against government cuts are growing in Kent for the Prime Minister's visit.
David Cameron is opening a London Array windfarm in Margate today, which is expected to be the largest in the world.
Mark Thatcher has expressed thanks for the "warm" messages of support received in the wake of his mother's death.
He said: "These messages often convey personal stories and vignettes of part of the journey of my mother’s life and we are all enormously grateful for the warmth that these messages of convey and they will be a source of encouragement and strength as we face the inevitable days ahead.
"And for that I am most grateful."
Mark Thatcher has paid tribute to his mother and expressed thanks for the messages of support.
Mark Thatcher says his mother would be "humbled" by the presence of The Queen at her funeral.
He added: "I would like to say how enormously proud and equally grateful we are that Her Majesty has agreed to attend the ceremony next week in St Paul’s and I know my mother would be greatly honoured as well as humbled by her presence."
Sir Mark Thatcher said his mother Baroness Thatcher would be "greatly honoured as well as humbled" by the Queen's presence at her funeral next week.