Flood-hit communities have been left without planned defences after Government funding cuts, the Guardian has claimed.
Undelivered schemes include a £2.2 million scheme to improve flood management in the Somerset Levels as were schemes in Yalding Kent, Parrett near the village of Burrowbridge and on the stretch where the Dawlish railway fell into the sea.
The newspaper said it had identified specific projects affected by cuts by comparing the flood defence spending plans for 2010-11 with plans for subsequent years under the coalition government.
Mr Cameron has previously insisted that Government spending on flood defences has increased to £2.4 billion.
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The residents of one street in Egham in Surrey have described how they have coped with the devastating impact of the floods.
Somerset Levels have been one of the worst-affected areas during the floods and today's aerial images reveal the situation remains bleak.