Plymouth councillor calls for action over rail problems

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.

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Main rail line through Dawlish reopens

The main rail line through Dawlish has reopened. It's been closed since February after the sea wall and track foundations were washed away in the storms.