Gary Eglington
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UK floods: 'Wind from the north would be trouble'

Forecasters are predicting strong winds and high tides but conditions on the Cornish coast have not been as severe as earlier this week.

North Cornwall has seen choppy swell, bouts of hail and some fierce gusts, but also sporadic outbursts of sunshine.

Gary Eglinton, 59, a Newquay fisherman, described the impact of six weeks of hostile weather on the local fishing community.

  • 09 Feb 2014
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