UK flooding: Government criticised for not doing enough

The flooding has eased but the worries are not over for people in some parts of the UK.

    After two big storms in recent weeks, the United Kingdom's government is under pressure to do more to protect vulnerable areas from flooding.

    Local officials in some parts of the country, who are still trying to clear the damage, say they will need more help than has currently been offered.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Shropshire in the UK.


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