Following a huge fire at a Devon pub early this morning, pictures have emerged of the damage.
Over 50 firefighters were used to tackle the blaze which lasted for over 5 hours. No one was injured.
A flower breeder from Falmouth says a cold and dry January means his daffodil crop has failed to flower in time for the first days of spring.
Ron Scamp,72, who has the world's largest collection of novelty daffodil varieties with 2,700 different types, says it is a marked contrast from last year where he had more than 250 varieties in full bloom. This year he has only about 10.
Commercial growers would normally expect their fields to be full of yellow blooms when 'meteorological spring' began on March 1st. Daffodil farmers believe the recent cold weather will delay the burst of colour by up to two weeks.
More than fifty firefighters are currently tackling a fire at a disused pub in Devon.
Three fire engines were originally called out to the Anchor Inn at Chudleigh Knighton at 2:30 this morning. The incident commander then asked for another three engines to attend the scene.
No one's injured but crews are still trying to stop the flames spreading to other buildings.
The B3344 is closed while emergency services deal with the fire.
10 year-old Samuel Crocker, was hit by a van on Saturday afternoon and later died of his injuries.
Cameron Trivett, from Crediton, has been charged with causing death by careless driving.
The family have issued the following tribute, saying their lives has been turned upside down:
Campaigners fighting to stop the badgers culls in Somerset say they've had a 'constructive' meeting with the Environment Secretary.
Members of the Badger Trust spoke to Liz Truss in her London office, claiming the culls are both costly and ineffective in halting the spread of TB in cattle.
Afterwards they said she had agreed to consider various points about animal welfare and vaccination.
An Exeter MP, who refuses to wear a helmet because he believes it gives cyclists a false sense of security, has fallen off his bike and broken his arm.
Labour MP Ben Bradshaw tumbled from his bike when cycling over 'heavy drizzle' in his constituency.
Bradshaw only went to hospital a day later when an x-ray revealed he had broken his arm.