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Plymouth is determined that it is "open for business" in the face of huge transport problems following the flooding and damage to the railway line at Dawlish.
This morning the Prime Minister visited the repair work and promised to do everything possible to help. But Tudor Evans, the Labour leader of Plymouth City Council is calling on Mr Cameron to 'walk the walk' and not just 'talk the talk'.
He made the comment during an interview with our presenter Ian Axton in Plymouth City Centre earlier today.
The dangers of running a track so close to the coast at Dawlish have always been recognised - even before the rail link was built. But what are the alternatives?
Network Rail says it is now actively researching a long term solution and could take the line the line further inland. John Andrews reports
Trains are once again running into Devon from Waterloo after a day-long line closure when part of an embankment slipped away. Meanwhile shipping containers have been brought in as temporary sea defences in the operation to restore the main line at Dawlish
New travel arrangements are being finalised this weekend after the main railway line through Devon was severely damaged by storms. Network Rail say they hope the tracks at Dawlish will be replaced in six weeks.
In the meantime, First Great Western say it's laying on hundreds of buses and is cutting fares by a quarter for journeys crossing the area. From Monday, National Express is running extra coach services between Plymouth and London.
And from next Wednesday Flybe is doubling the number of flights from Newquay to Gatwick.
Network Rail still insists that they'll get the main line open at Dawlish in six weeks time and they may even have help from the army.
The Minister for Transport visited the site today, declaring Devon and Cornwall is open for business.
Seth Conway reports:
The main line from Exeter to Penzance could be closed for months after the railway received such a battering at Dawlish in the storms.
Work is underway to repair the track - with the workers taking full advantage of today's fine weather to deal with some of the damage.
The Secretary of State for Transport Patrick Mcloughlin is visiting Dawlish today to see for himself the damage done by the recent storms.
The Government has promised a "rigorous review" of alternative rail routes to the South West and pledged ten million pounds for urgent work in Somerset - where several rivers have flooded.
Business leaders claimed tonight the broken rail link to the south west will cost the region millions of pounds in lost revenue. In Cornwall alone the figure is estimated at eight million pounds a day.
There are also calls for urgent meetings with the Government. The leader of Plymouth City Council has gone further - he wants a special rail minister appointed to oversee the restoration of the mainline rail link. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Yesterday's devastation has raised serious questions about the long term viability of the rail link at Dawlish. It is not the first time that the line has had to be closed for repairs.
So has the time come to investigate alternative routes? Here's our Political Correspondent Bob Constantine.