The Environment Agency chairman Lord Smith has said he is sure he will "hear robust views" during his visit to flood-hit Somerset tomorrow.
He added: "I'll be glad to hear robust views because it's very important that the people who are immediately affected by flooding get the chance to say what their concerns are."
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Thursday will be a breezy day with sunshine and blustery showers developing for most of us.
She had been with friends at the station at 11pm the previous evening. Officers are now working to find out how she ended up on the tracks.