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Along with European elections, Local Council elections take place across the region today.
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Wells MP Tessa Munt says a cover-up of child abuse at Westminster and other authorities is possible.
Mrs Munt has revealed she was a victim of sexual abuse as a child and received counselling to help deal with the experience.
Today she welcomed a judge-led inquiry into allegations of child abuse by establishment figures.
the Floods Minister responsible for Gloucestershire visited the county today to see how it's been recovering after this winter's extreme weather.
Baroness Kramer toured the new flood defences at Deerhurst before heading to the village of Tirley which will benefit from a new scheme. Robert Murphy reports:
A Somerset MP whose constituency was badly affected by the winter floods has warned that people will not stand for government promises that are not delivered.
David Heath, MP for Somerton and Frome, told a Parliamentary debate that no-one should have been surprised at the extent of the floods, given the warnings about a lack of dredging. He said proposals to maintain rivers and improve drainage must be carried out.
There is congestion on the A361 Holwell Hill at Nunney, Somerset, due to an accident. It happened on the roundabout with Green Pits Lane.
Westgate Street in Gloucester remains closed to motorists because of a collapsed sewer near the Gloucester Folk Museum. Pedestrian access is unaffected.
Shails Lane (B3106) in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, remains closed after yesterday's scrap yard fire.
Two fire crews are still on the scene of the scrapyard fire in Trowbridge which broke out on Saturday.
The fire is still smouldering and crews are turning over the debris and damping down.
A meeting is taking place between the Fire Service, the Environment Agency and the local council to discuss what further action may be needed.
The road outside Shanley's Scrap Yard remains closed for the time being.
Picture credit: @Sebianoti
Shanleys update - road immediately outside still closed, one crew on site, fire reduced & contained but still some smoke rising. 1/2
Site inspection due later this morning & discussions held with owners and @wiltscouncil over next steps. 2/2
We anticipate remaining at the Shanleys site in #Trowbridge well into tomorrow - our attendance has been reduced & fire is under control.