A couple running a village pub in Kent say they're in financial crisis after 68 hours without electricity over Christmas and New Year.
The power cut, caused by the Christmas storm, has cost £3,500 in lost trade and stock.
But the company responsible for supplying power to the Blue Anchor Inn at St Mary's Platt has offered just £75 compensation. John Ryall reports.
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