Politicians from flood stricken regions have called on Boris Johnson’s Government to invest more cash into better flood defences and set up a new emergency response unit, it has been reported.
Dozens of flood warnings are in place across England – bringing misery to travellers heading home for the Christmas period.
Police have urged motorists to drive with caution after a 30-hour yellow weather warning was issued for Tayside and Fife.
Large parts of the country remain mired in floods as experts warn the chaos could continue until Tuesday.
Parts of the country could still be affected by flooding through to Tuesday, according to the Environment Agency (EA).
Almost 100 flood warnings remain in place across England and Wales, as the wet weather finally begins to show signs of subsiding.
Dundee Sheriff Court has been closed following flooding in the building. Court business has been moved to the civil court building which is across the road from the main court building. It is understood the flooding was caused by a leak from one of the sheriff’s chambers. More on this as we get it.
Insurance comparison website MoneySuperMarket has listed Perth as the city most likely to flood in Scotland.
Mark Carlisle is on a mission to make people see him – and others like him – in a different light.
A £12 million Arbroath flood prevention scheme has moved to its next stage.
The local area has been placed under a flood alert ahead of heavy rain this weekend.
Willo Flood has taken encouragement from improved Dundee United performances over the last couple of games.
Willo Flood accepts Dundee United’s performances since the turn of the year have been nowhere near good enough.
The calm after the storm failed to materialise in Dundee, with heavy rain and flooding forcing roads to close and schools to finish early.
A flood alert has been issued for Dundee and Angus.
Ray McKinnon is desperate to win his first derby as Dundee United manager, but admits his team selection for Sunday’s clash with Dundee could be influenced by events elsewhere in the competition.
Dundee shoppers looked on in disbelief as a busy city centre store flooded during heavy rain.
Willo Flood has called on every Dundee United player to use the feeling of despair at the end of Saturday’s horror show at Falkirk to make sure such a performance never happens again.
Midfield lynchpin Willo Flood is on course to return to the Dundee United line-up for this weekend’s clash with Falkirk.
Willo Flood believes a Dundee United/Hibs clash can be a decider in the Championship promotion race.