A field after flood water receded
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Flood fears as Oxford farm begins recovery

With five billion tonnes of rain falling on the Thames Valley, this year's floods were the worst on record.

Three months on, an Oxfordshire farmer says he is concerned not enough is being done to prevent a repeat.

Tim Hook is worried the Environment Agency is not clearing the River Thames as effectively as it might, but officials say they are doing everything they can.

  • 07 May 2014
  • From the section Oxford
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