Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has defended his response to the problems faced by flood-hit communities in south-west England.
Mr Paterson told ITV News that he could not do any more than visit the worst-hit areas in person.
The Environment Secretary said he was going to meet with experts, MPs and residents to come up with a clear plan on how to tackle the issue.
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