A Somerset farmer has suffered at least "£20,000" of damage thanks to the floods but fears there may be worse to come as the waters have yet to recede, he told Daybreak.
James Hall said he was facing "washed away" bridges and gateways, and getting back on their feet would be "a long time in the making".
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