The angry woman who confronted Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday said council services have since improved at her storm-hit village.
Erica Olivares from Yalding in Kent said after the public confrontation with Mr Cameron, rubbish has been collected, street cleaners have been seen in the village and a van with hot food and drink for residents has arrived. She's also been told electricity will return to the village later today.
The video includes an interview with Ms Olivares and part of yesterday's confrontation with Mr Cameron.
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