Winds in excess of 100mph battered Great Dunsell in Cumbria on Wednesday, according to the latest figures from the Met Office.
Forecaster Mark Wilson said gusts of 70-80mph were likely in exposed areas and high ground today.
ITV Central Business Correspondent Mark Gough reports that Cadbury will invest £75 million in modernising productions lines at its factory in Birmingham:
Unite confirm 205 redundancies at Cadbury in Birmingham. All voluntary. Part of agreement for £75m investment in new equipment.
Cadbury plant in Birmingham will be modernised - securing its future for many years. Production lines - some 30 years old cut from 6 to 4.
Cadbury factory in Birmingham will now be making Milka, Toblerone, as well as Dairy Milk, Whispa, Roses and others.
Unite has confirmed that 205 people are being made redundant at Cadbury in Birmingham, as part of a £75 million investment in the factory.Read the full story ›
More than 200 jobs are to go at Cadbury in a move the company says will safeguard production at Bournville for the next 25 years, according to reports.
It will see long serving members of staff receiving payoffs of more than £100,000.
Cadbury say none of the job losses will be compulsory.
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Chocolate maker Cadbury has recalled two of its products after traces of pig DNA were found in the hazelnut and roast almond bars during testing for non-halal substances in Malaysia.
Many Muslims have reacted with anger and some Islamist groups even called for “jihad” against the company for what they call a “betrayal", according to AFP.
"Cadbury has voluntarily removed two of its products from the shelves," said the Malaysian health minister, S Subramaniam.
Some chocolate bars have been taken off the shelves in Shah Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia.
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