The Prime Minister has agreed to discuss financial aid to Cornwall following the winter's storm damage. Cornwall Council recently complained about delays in reeiving £21 million to repair sea defences, from a fund being administered by the Environment Agency
During today's Prime Minister's Questions Liberal Democrat MP for St Austell and Newquay Stephen Gilbert asked the Prime Minister for more short term help to address the damage caused by the winter storms.
David Cameron arrived at Dawlish Station a little earlier to see the damage to the railway. He's also meeting local business leaders who are worried about the impact the news about the town will have on the Half term and Easter holiday trade.
An anti HS2 protestor also made her point as he drove past.
Anne Marie Morris the MP for Teignbridge has tweeted this photo of David Cameron meeting volunteers in Dawlish. The Prime Minister is spending a second day in the region hearing from those worst affected by the floods.
David Cameron has returned early to Downing Street from his family holiday in Cornwall to prepare for a National Security Council meeting on Wednesday which will discuss possible UK involvement in using force against the Assad regime.