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Britain faced a fresh battering Friday as a new Atlantic storm barrelled in, threatening to dump a month's worth of rain on flood-hit communities already struggling to cope after the wettest January for 250 years.The heavy rain could lead to another 1,000 houses being evacuated, the Environment Agency told the Daily Telegraph, with downpours of up to 40 millimetres (1.6 inches) forecast to fall in just six hours.The storm comes two days after hurricane-force gales tore through the country leaving one person dead, while 16,000 people remained without power on Friday."Some of the money I'm making available for Britain's farmers comes out of an EU budget".His government has faced criticism for being slow to help people in flood-hit areas.Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg later announced a £250,000 ($416,000, 304,000-euro) fund to advise those hit by the floods.Gusts approaching 100 miles (160 kilometres) per hour tore at parts of England and Wales overnight Wednesday.
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