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Prime Minister ' very sorry' for flood suffering

David Cameron has said he is "very sorry about any way people have suffered" during the floods, as he reiterated the Government's stance that money is no object in the relief effort.

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Environment Agency chief should 'get his act together'

A man who had built a giant wall out of clay and soil around his son's house in the village of Moorland to stem rising flood waters has called on Lord Smith to "chuck that red tape out the window."

Joe Notaro said: "That man on top wants to get his act together and chuck the red tape out the window."

He added: "They're wasting money on all these reports, they want to get real. We've trying to save the birds..badgers, rabbits....what we want to do is save our village."

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