Residents evacuated from the village of Moorland in Somerset after the floods have slowly started to return - but fear for their future.
A 'selfie' the Prime Minister tweeted of his Ukraine crisis talks with Barack Obama has been widely mocked on the social network.
The Mayor of London's latest radio appearance saw him leave the door open to making a bid for Parliament at next year's General Election.
A £20m package to protect the Somerset Levels from flooding is a “big step forward”, the head of the county council has said.
John Osman welcomed the move from ministers, which he said was “bringing hope to our flood-hit communities”.
The Environment Secretary has announced a £20.5m package to help protect the Somerset Levels from flooding.
Owen Paterson said the 'key thing' for local people was that the Rivers Tone and Parrett would now be dredged as soon as possible.
David Cameron said the EU wanted to show that they are there for the Ukrainian people in their "hour of need" as he arrived in Brussels for talks with fellow European leaders.
The Prime Minister said he was also determined to get Ukraine and Russia talking to one another about the crisis and send a "very clear message" to Vladimir Putin's government that the situation is "unacceptable."
He added: "This matters to people in Britain because we benefit from a world in which countries obey the rules and we also benefit when we enable people like those in Ukraine being able to choose their own future."
The Prime Minister is being urged to back a £100 million package to protect the Somerset Levels from more devastating floods.
Bridgwater and West Somerset MP Ian Liddell-Grainger, who will deliver the 20-year plan to Downing Street later, said he was confident the Government would support the measures.
"The Prime Minister made it very clear that money would be no object on this," he sad.
"If we are going to secure the Levels for the future we are going to have to do this.
"We are one of the biggest economies in the world. We can afford it.
"The Prime Minister is fully aware of the cost of putting the Levels back and securing it."
An action plan from residents calls for a new tidal barrier at Bridgwater, raising the level of key roads and extensive dredging of rivers.
David Cameron and his European Union counterparts will hold talks in Brussels today aimed at sending a message to Moscow that Russia's intervention in Ukraine will have "significant consequences".
The hastily-arranged summit comes as Russian President Vladimir Putin refused to back down in the face of Western pressure to return troops to their bases and recognise the new government in Kiev.
In talks between Barack Obama and the Prime Minister last night the two leaders agreed the US and should be "united in condemnation" of Russia's actions.
Labour's shadow cabinet office minister has written to the country's top civil servant asking "a number of important questions" over the arrest of the Prime Minister's former deputy policy adviser over allegations linked to child abuse images.
Following claims of a Downing Street cover-up, Jon Ashworth said there were legitimate concerns "given that Mr [Patrick] Rock had a senior role at the heart of Government."
He asked the Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood for information surrounding Number 10's decision to report Mr Rock to police, including when David Cameron was first made aware of the claims.
Prime Minister David Cameron said the crisis in Ukraine should not be seen as a "tug of war between Ukraine and Russia."
Speaking during PMQ's he said:
" I think it is important that this should not be seen as a tug of war between the EU and Russia. We should be in favour of the Ukrainian people being able to choose their own future.
"In my view this is as much about the Ukrainian people wanting to lean towards a better relationship with the EU as well as being able to get away from the appalling levels of corruption they've got in their government.
"I think it's right that the Foreign Secretary was the first to go to Kiev and meet with the leaders".
David Cameron is facing claims of a Downing Street cover-up after a senior aide was arrested on suspicion of an offence related to child abuse images.
Patrick Rock quietly resigned last month after officials were made aware of a potential offence, but Labour MPs have been asking why it took Number 10 so long to disclose the news.
ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Weiner reports:
Sources close to the Prime Minister have dismissed talk of a cover-up, saying Mr Cameron had spoken out "as soon as he could".
Few will have heard of Patrick Rock before now - except for those in the Tory Party's high command.
At 62, he has had a political career spanning four decades, working with senior party figures such as the former Tory leader Lord Howard, and the former party chairman, Lord Patten.
When the Prime Minister told me today he was "profoundly shocked" to hear of the allegations against Mr Rock involving images of child pornography, that was probably an understatement.
Mr Rock has been a confidant and adviser to David Cameron since the 1990s. The Prime Minister brought him back into the heart of government in 2011 as number two in the policy unit, where Mr Rock worked on issues which included internet filters to protect against child abuse images online.
David Cameron said he had to be careful what he said today because this was an ongoing criminal investigation.
But there was no disguising the fact that - whatever the outcome of the investigation - Mr Rock's arrest and resignation are a serious blow, both personally and professionally.