The Environment Agency (EA) cannot protect all people and all properties but will do all it can, says its executive director of flood and coastal risk management.
Insurers are still weighing up the impact of this winter's awful weather. But a surge in flood-related claims is likely to raise everyone's premiums.
A proposal to cut the speed limit on the M1 to 60mph to reduce carbon emissions might help the environment – but will it cause motorists’ gridlock misery?
Ignoring "road closed" signs and driving into deep flood water is the latest example of foolhardy motorists putting their cover at risk. We look at the silliest reasons for claims to be turned down.
Home insurance claims for damage to property during the recent storms have surged. We look at when insurers pay out – and when they won't.
Hundreds of thousands of homes were left without electricity over the festive period due to severe storms - and MPs want to know why it took so long to restore power.
Households left without electricity following the Christmas storms have now had their power restored.
Reforms to green levies on gas and electricity firms should soften the blow of recent bill increases. We look at how the big suppliers have reacted.
Flooded roads can be a big problem at this time of year - but it appears some drivers are prepared to try and tackle them in a bid to get to their destination.
The most desirable green transport of the future may turn out to be powered by hydrogen and water vapour, rather than electricity.
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