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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Prime Minister tells farmers 'the money is there'

Prime Minister and MP for Witney David Cameron visited farmer Tim Hook near Bampton, in Oxfordshire, to reassure him and other flood-hit farmers that the "money is there" for them.

He said the Government would be setting out details in the "coming days" on how affected farmers will be able to access a £10 million Government fund set up to support them.

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