Only one severe warning remains in place as the worst flooding of recent years continues to ease.
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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.
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Insurance companies dealing with the aftermath of the recent floods, which have left parts of the country under several feet of water, have promised to deal with the situation "effectively and well".
A sinkhole has opened up under a detached house, leaving part of the structure close to collapse and a community concerned about the future of their properties.
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