As questions continue about how we can better protect our cities, towns and villages from flooding... some authorities are looking abroad for examples of best practice.
We sent our Correspondent Hannah McNulty to the Netherlands, a country hit by repeated flooding in the past, she's been looking at how it became a world leader in keeping the water out and asking whether we could learn any lessons. This is the first of her three reports about Living with the River:
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