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Boarding up windows, kayaking down the road, living in cold houses - lives have been turned upside down by flooding in England and Wales: http://bbc.in/MNpL47 How have you been affected? We are especially keen to hear from businesses - you can leave a comment here or email us at haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk

These Are The Funniest 'Flappy Bird' GIFs On The Internet

'Flappy Bird' is dead, and not just because its creator pulled the game offline. It's dead because almost every possible angle of coverage has been …

One dead as storms batter flooded Britain | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - One man was killed and thousands left without power as storms and high winds battered Britain, bringing more misery to already flooded areas and causing widespread travel chaos on Thursday.<p>Army sandbags are unloaded to a local shopkeeper in the flooded central square in the …

The mother of a disabled girl has criticised housing officials after they installed a £40,000 'slalom-style' ramp on her front garden. More here: http://fw.to/ej4yw7k Photo: SWNS

After the UK floods, where do our politicians stand on climate change?

The UK floods and storms have renewed the debate on climate change. Here’s a round-up of where British politicians from David Cameron to Nigel Farage stand on the issue<p>As the extreme weather continues across the UK, British politicians have taken the time to remind us where they stand on man-made …

UK floods pose threat to animal welfare, farm investment | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - The immediate threat to British agriculture from floods and storms has put animal welfare in the spotlight, but in the long-term increasingly erratic weather is likely deter investment despite continuing global growth in demand for food.<p>Community volunteers bring sandbags to …