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Waves crash against Newhaven Lighthouse in southern England on December 30, 2015, as 'Storm Frank' sweeps across Britain. With more floods forecast Wednesday as Storm Frank sweeps in, Britain is asking whether its defences can deal with extreme weather events, with many accusing David Cameron's government of negligence.  AFP PHOTO / GLYN KIRK / AFP / GLYN KIRK        (Photo credit should read GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)

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Winter weather Dec 27th 2015. Residents are rescued by members of the Mountain Rescue in Huntington Road in York, after the River Foss and Ouse burst their banks. Picture date: Sunday December 27, 2015. Hundreds more people are being evacuated as flooding continues to cause misery across the north of England. Prime Minister David Cameron will chair a conference call of the Government's emergency Cobra committee as the crisis deepens. Police advised between 300 and 400 people to evacuate in York by the River Ouse and River Foss, with hundreds more believed to be at risk. See PA story WEATHER Floods. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire URN:25112604

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) greets British soldiers working on flood relief after the river Ouse burst its banks, in York city centre, northern England, on December 28, 2015. Cameron visited the flood-hit historic city of York on Monday as cities, towns and villages across northern England battled to get back on their feet following devastating storms. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DARREN STAPLES / AFP / DARREN STAPLES (Photo credit should read DARREN STAPLES/AFP/Getty Images)

YORK, UNITED KINGDOM - DECEMBER 28: Rescue teams wade through flood waters that have inundated homes in the Huntington Road area of York after the River Foss burst its banks, on December 28, 2015 in York, United Kingdom. United Kingdom. Severe flooding has affected large parts of northern England, with homes and businesses in Yorkshire and Lancashire evacuated as rivers burst their banks. More heavy rain is forecast as dozens of severe flood warnings remain in place. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Winter weather Dec 26th 2015. A man wades through flood waters at Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, where flood sirens were sounded after torrential downpours. Picture date: Saturday December 26, 2015. See PA story WEATHER Floods. Photo credit should read: Peter Byrne/PA Wire URN:25108998

Winter weather Dec 30th 2015. A man holds a pair of shoes as he wades through flood water in Straiton, Scotland, as Storm Frank begins to batter the UK on its way towards flood-hit areas. Picture date: Wednesday December 30, 2015. The latest storm to sweep the country caused widespread disruption in Northern Ireland, with thousands of homes experiencing power cuts. See PA story WEATHER Floods. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire URN:25129662

 

Workers from a taxi firm leave a neighbouring wine bar with a teapot and three cups of tea, through the floodwaters from the rivers Foss and Ouse, after they burst their banks in York, northern England, on December 28, 2015. British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the flood-hit historic city of York on Monday as cities, towns and villages across northern England battled to get back on their feet following devastating storms. Around 500 properties were flooded in York, one of Britain's top tourist attractions, on Sunday as two rivers burst their banks. Some residential streets became so inundated that cars were covered up to their roofs. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS (Photo credit should read JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)

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