David Cameron is expected to meet residents, volunteers and military personnel in flood-hit parts of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire today as Britain braced itself for further bad weather this week.
The Prime Minister described the recent flooding as a "tragedy" for all those affected and insisted that the Government was taking action to deal with the crisis as he unveiled a £10 million support package to help small businesses.
Sixteen severe flood warnings - meaning a danger to life - remain in place with the south east and south west of England at risk.
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The residents of one street in Egham in Surrey have described how they have coped with the devastating impact of the floods.
Somerset Levels have been one of the worst-affected areas during the floods and today's aerial images reveal the situation remains bleak.