Cameron promises £100m for flooding clean-up as Labour attacks government response

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Prime minister vows to do "whatever is required" to help people in flood-hit areas as government's "slow" response is forced into the spotlight

David Cameron today pledged an extra £100m for repairs and essential maintenance in flood-hit areas, after the government's response to this week's storms again topped the agenda during Prime Minister's...

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