A serious case review finds it is likely the murder of an 11-month-old baby could have been prevented.
Towns and villages along a stretch of the River Thames have been deluged leading to emergency evacuations.
Your guide to all the runners in the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree.
The first of the lorries carrying sandbags has arrived near the east Berkshire village of Wraysbury. The flood defences are being offloaded onto small vans for distribution around the area.
ITV News reporter Lewis Vaughan Jones says that every street in one part of Wraysbury, Berkshire is underwater leaving only the roofs of cars visible
Cars are not much use here. http://t.co/lbChOS1NLr
Every street in this part of the town is underwater http://t.co/QUuibFFf0H
Fresh supplies of sandbags are being made available to residents in the flooded villages of Wraysbury and Datchet among others today.
A spokeswoman for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead said residents can initially collect the flood defences from:
- Wraysbury Primary School
- Datchet Parish Council offices
- Datchet Service Station, The Green
- The Marina, Queens Road, Datchet
ITV News reporter Lewis Vaughan Jones reports from the flooded town of Wraysbury in east Berkshire where teams of volunteers were helping residents evacuate yesterday.
I'm in Wraysbury this morning. Parts are underwater. http://t.co/NtIN1Nd32P
More than 500 roads hit by flooding in Surrey alone. http://t.co/6a6ixxZW0x
Volunteers have been towing residents of Wraysbury in Berkshire to safety in whatever floating crafts they could find.
Sue O'Brien was carrying her three bearded collie puppies to dry ground after the family grew tired of living on the first floor of their flooded home.
One elderly resident called for the army to be deployed to help with the evacuation.
This helicopter footage follows the course of the River Thames through Surrey and part of east Berkshire where hundreds of properties have been flooded.
This mansion near Cookham in Berkshire is completely cut off by the swollen River Thames.
A tour boat operator, Windsor Duck Tours, says it is sending one of its amphibious vehicles to help evacuate residents from the flooded village of Wraysbury in Berkshire.
We have been asked to help with flood evacuation in Wraysbury should be there by 1.30 today. Hope we can make a difference.
Councillor Colin Rayner has called for the Prime Minister to send soldiers to help with the flooding relief effort in the Berkshire village of Wraysbury.
He told Sky News that volunteers were going door-to-door asking residents to evacuate and that there had been very little help from Environment Agency officials or the police.
He estimated that as many as 140 people would need to be evacuated today.