Health experts have recommended a 'get tough' approach to tackling measles following an epidemic that claimed the life of one man and left 1,200 others ill across south and mid Wales.
The so-called 'aggressive control' policy could result in unimmunised children being excluded from school if a close contact develops the disease.
Health chiefs have also warned that 10 to 18-year-olds are now the most vulnerable as a fresh outbreak spreads a year on from the start of the original epidemic.
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Water surged from the River Taff during the storm, destroying crops at Tin Plate Works allotments and lifting sheds from their fixings.
Winds easing through the evening, though patchy rain in the south will turn heavier and spread to most by midnight.
The outdoor swimming pool was hit by flooding after the River Taff reached the highest level in more than 40 years.