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Energy boss: 'More could have been done'

The boss of UK Power Networks, which supplies eight million homes in the South East, said more could have been done in response to the storms that hit Britain over Christmas, leaving many without power.

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90mph winds forecast for tomorrow, Met Office warns

A cyclist braves a flooded road on Christmas Day in Godalming, Surrey. Credit: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Forecasters have warned the Christmas period's stormy weather is not over yet, with blustery showers and 90mph winds expected for tomorrow.

The Met Office has issued yellow and amber weather warnings, indicating "severe or hazardous weather" with potential to "cause danger to life or widespread disruption".

Winds are expected to increase this afternoon and evening, with strong gusts up to 90mph predicted to hit at around 6am tomorrow.

Northern England and northern parts of Wales are expected to be worst affected.

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