Dredging in Somerset
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Somerset Levels flood victims call for public inquiry

Residents in rural parts of Somerset devastated by severe flooding earlier in the year are calling for a public inquiry into the crisis.

Some say "mismanagement of the rivers" and failure to dredge led to the flooding and are seeking compensation from the government.

The BBC's Clinton Rogers visited Moorland to speak to those villagers who were affected as they moved back into their refurbished homes after many months.

  • 14 Oct 2014