The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has been to see the work on the storm-damaged rail track at Dawlish in Devon. He says the Government is bringing all its resources to repair the railway, which links the West Country with the rest of England.
It's one of a number of visits he's been making to flood-hit and storm-damaged communities today and yesterday. Mr Cameron says he will use the information for a plan of action to be revealed at a press conference this afternoon.
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