'This is a big sign that the UK government needs to wake up and tackle climate change.' AlexDaviesJones, Labour MP for Pontypridd, says the town has suffered its worst flood in 'over 45 years' and they need 'serious answers'. KayBurley StormDennis:
Rivers have been swollen to 'exceptional' levels in parts of the UK, and in some areas, water levels continued to rise overnight.Forecasters are warning that the rain"may become persistent, and possibly heavy, over areas of high ground" in the country. Image: Yellow warnings for rain are in place in Wales from 6pm on Wednesday to 3pm on Thursday. Pic: Met Office These weather warnings could be extended to the North West of England. The Environment Agency said about 1,000 staff were on duty on Monday night - with 5km of flood barriers deployed and 90 pumps in action. Image: In some areas, the water levels are continuing to rise In England, the seven severe flood warnings are in place at: The River Trent at Burton upon Trent The River Wye at Blackmarstone in Hereford and at Hampton Bishop The River Severn at Uckinghall and at New Street and Waterside in Upton upon Severn The River Lugg at Hampton Bishop. Image: In York, the River Ouse has started to recede West Mercia Police said residents in Upton upon Severn and Uckinghall, in Worcestershire, were advised to evacuate yesterday. Emergency evacuations were also carried out in Hereford, where the River Wye reached its highest level on record. In Wales, the two"danger to life" flood warnings are in force for the River Wye in Monmouth, where water levels were only expected to peak between 3am and 7am today. Homes there have been evacuated. Streets awash with flood water after Storm Dennis Major incidents have been declared in South Wales, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire - among the worst affected areas by the weekend's storm. Hundreds of properties have been flooded nationwide, and a woman who was swept away by floodwater near Tenbury in Worcestershire on Sunday was found dead on Monday. A statement from the family of Yvonne Booth, 55, from the Great Barr area of Birmingham, said:"Yvonne is a very much-loved member of our family and we are all devastated by this news." Image: Yvonne Booth pictured with her late husband and her son The prime minister has been accused of refusing to visit affected communities, with shadow environment secretary Luke Pollard calling Boris Johnson's response to the crisis a"disgrace". Mr Johnson has resisted calls to chair a meeting of the government's emergency committee Cobra, which Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer described as an"appalling decision". He added:"The recent flooding is a stark reminder that the government is not doing enough to get to grips with the climate crisis. Ministers should be taking a lead on this situation, not ducking their responsibilities." Downing Street said Mr Johnson was receiving regular updates. Read more: Sky News
They haven’t risen to exceptional levels, just more sly news sensationalism. Staffordshire are Tory, screw then. AlexDaviesJones It's absurd that out of the dozens of variable oscillations and forces that impact weather, the globalist-leftists have brainwashed the public into thinking that CO2 rising from 0.03% to 0.04% of the atmosphere is somehow going to end humanity.
AlexDaviesJones Has fuck all to do with non existent climate change ClimateFraud AlexDaviesJones now that is a genuine welsh head bobbing out ignorant dribbles of nonsense AlexDaviesJones Talking bollocks again. Usual Sky AlexDaviesJones Well! It looks like the area has voted in the MP they deserve!!
AlexDaviesJones Are all Labour MPs stupid? AlexDaviesJones Has nothing too do with climate change. It’s called weather AlexDaviesJones Was climate change the issue 45 years ago? AlexDaviesJones Climate change? 😴 We've had winters with hardly any storms... was that climate change too? It's like a catch all. Just tax the plebs to death & have done with it. 🙄
Storm Dennis chaos goes on with 'danger to life' floods before Storm Ellen hitsBRITS are on high alert today after Storm Dennis battered the country with rain and gales over the weekend – with fears ANOTHER storm is on the horizon. Three people were killed after a month…
AlexDaviesJones Ahhh, the UK government caused climate change 😱😱 AlexDaviesJones & what about council's giving the go ahead to build housing on greenbelt, and green spaces. Council's chopping down trees to widen footpaths. Council's not clearing drains and drainage systems. We are fast heading towards concrete jungles that hinders drainage and causes flooding
AlexDaviesJones Sky news will put any old loon on air nowadays AlexDaviesJones So, nothing to do with the jet stream of course,it's mismanagement by environment agencies and past governments as well as stupid laws passed down by the EU,and the weather doesn't help much either. AlexDaviesJones Bonkers nonsense from the unelectable Labour party
AlexDaviesJones If she wants to learn about climate change pop over to China or India maybe....then she'll have something to bleat about. It's winter, it rains...been happening for years. AlexDaviesJones Dredging the rivers and cleaning the drains will help. Simples. AlexDaviesJones Keep voting fools - they will tax you
AlexDaviesJones That comment is utter stupidity, ignorance and point scoring. AlexDaviesJones So another dopey woke labour MP wants to blame the government and demand they stop the rain . 🙄🙄
Storm Dennis: 91mph winds and more than 10cm of rain as 'danger to life' warnings issuedStorm Dennis has caused havoc across the UK, triggering red weather warnings in England and Wales including a 'danger to life' alert
AlexDaviesJones Thick as two short planks AlexDaviesJones Scientifically illiterate and a disingenuous attempt to extract more rent from the taxpayer. Shameless. AlexDaviesJones Not the Welsh government then? AlexDaviesJones Tories will rip out all Gas central heating boilers and ban petrol and diesel cars. Fixed it for you.
AlexDaviesJones Silly, anti-science teenage angst AlexDaviesJones Stop digging up trees and greenery and building shabby concrete jungles then! AlexDaviesJones 'Worst flood for 45 years.' What was the even worse flood 45 years ago blamed on? AlexDaviesJones Time to dredge the rivers then, instead of blaming the Tories and climate change for everything! The uk doesn’t have enough reservoirs otherwise it could take all these floods!
AlexDaviesJones Odd considering it’s the Labour-run Welsh Assembly that haven’t invested properly in flood defences in Wales... AlexDaviesJones It rained
Five 'danger to life' warnings as Storm Dennis batters country and three dieThe Government has been internally criticised for failing to learn from floods in 2015 as Storm Dennis sees record number of flood warnings and three die over weekend
AlexDaviesJones It’s a storm FFS. It’s weather FFS. We have flooding largely because we no longer dredge our rivers due to EU regulations AlexDaviesJones Rain? In February? In Wales? I for one am shocked, shocked I tell you .... AlexDaviesJones 'I blame the Tories for the weather.' Enjoy being out of Government for at least the next 10 years.
AlexDaviesJones Pointless not unless you get Americans Russians and the Chinese to act this is global not just down to one small country AlexDaviesJones I’d blame the local MP
Storm Dennis kills 3 with 'danger to life' flood warnings for today - updatesSeveral more days of weather misery will follow the weekend's washout as the Environment Agency doubled its severe flood warnings count for Monday in a matter of hours
Eight 'danger to life' warnings as Storm Dennis batters country and three dieThe Government has been internally criticised for failing to learn from floods in 2015 as Storm Dennis sees record number of flood warnings and three die over weekend
UK weather: Storm Dennis continues to batter Britain – in picturesRescue operations under way with towns flooded and water levels still rising i pray for people in england ❤🇬🇧❤🇬🇧❤ 🤣🤣🤣🤣last two seconds are the best ever Here's to all the British climate deniers (just the deniers) I see on social media. Cheers!