Eustice: Government may rethink flooding funding formula
Environment Secretary George Eustice says the government is considering changing the formula in which it determines how its funds are distributed in flood-stricken areas. He suggests town that are hit by floods more frequently, "may be three or four times in a decade", will be eligible to more money. His comments came on a visit to Northwitch, which was recently hit by heavy rains brough by Storm Christoph.
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