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Households along the River Thames have been warned they face a "significant flooding" risk.
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A fresh flood alert has been issued for the entire south of England as wind and rain threaten to bring more chaos to waterlogged communities.
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Recent extreme weather has shown the importance of a new deal between the government and flood insurers, an environment minister has said.
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