The Prime Minister has said that he wants to see a train line at Dawlish continue to operate - despite the battering it's taken in the storms. He was visiting the town today to see the work being done to get the route fixed.
There's growing pressure for the Government to explore alternatives - and while he acknowledged the need to look at different options - his message was that they were committed to a coastal line. Seth Conway has the story.
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