Jurassic coast will be "unstable for the foreseeable future"
Geologists are warning a massive landslide could happen on Dorset's Jurassic Coast following one of the wettest years on record in the South West. The last big slip was in 2000.
Ian Axton talks to Dr Tom Dijkstra from the British Geological Survey about the likelihood of a large scale landslide:
Cliff warnings : full report
by Duncan Sleightholme
Geologists are warning a massive landslide could happen on Dorset's Jurassic Coast following the 2nd wettest year on record.
There have been several small slips and rock falls in the last few weeks, with cliffs and the land behind showing more signs of movement than for several years