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UK Weather: Video from the recent UK storms and flooding

As parts of the UK continue to face flooding and a battering from hurricane-force winds, here's a look back at some of the most dramatic video clips from recent days:

Helicopter flight over the flooded River Thames

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Media captionAs flood relief efforts continue across the Thames Valley, the BBC news helicopter crew took a trip along the river to see the affected areas.

Thames boat trip reveals abandoned riverside homes

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Media captionDuncan Kennedy took a boat up the Thames to meet some of the people braving the floods

Hurricane force winds wreak havoc across UK and Ireland

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Media captionWinds of up to 112mph were recorded as storms returned to the UK leaving a trail of damage in their wake

High tides and high waves hit Dorset coast

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Media captionThe BBC's Jon Kay was hit by spray from a particularly big wave coming over the famous Cobb at Lyme Regis, in Dorset

Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge closed due to high wind

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Media captionBristol's grade one listed Clifton suspension bridge was closed for more than an hour, for the first time in memory

South West England: Stormy seas hit Devon, Cornwall and Dorset

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Media captionAmateur video filmed at the height of the bad weather in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset showed the intensity of the storms

Somerset: Aerial pictures show the scale of the flooding

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Media captionPeople living in the village of Moorland, were told to leave their homes. Simon McCoy reported on the scale of the flooding on the Somerset Levels

Devon: Dawlish railway line damaged by storm

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Media captionThe railway line in Dawlish, Devon, was left hanging in mid-air after rough seas ripped away the supporting concrete and ballast on Tuesday last week.

Devon: One of the last trains through Dawlish

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Media captionIain McDonald filmed one of the last trains to use the railway track at Dawlish before the line was closed.

Sussex: Rough seas and strong winds damage Brighton's ruined West Pier

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Media captionPart of the structure of Brighton's grade one listed pier was washed away, leaving the skeleton of the pavilion in two parts. Mark Sanders spoke to Rachel Clark of the West Pier Trust