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UK Floods: The reality of living with flooding

17 February 2014 Last updated at 16:02 GMT

As Britain is battered yet again by extreme weather, Panorama has been filming with the people living with the floods.

The South of England has had the wettest January in 250 years and one of the worst hit areas has been Somerset.

The village of Moorland has been under water for almost seven weeks.

Richard Bilton met local residents Louise Barnett and Jim Winkworth.

Watch the full programme-Britain Underwater - Panorama, Monday February 17th 8.30pm BBC One

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