A man wades through flood waters at Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, England, Saturday Dec. 26, 2015. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP)
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Britain's government was holding emergency talks Sunday as flooding in northern England forced hundreds of people to leave their homes, including in the historic tourist destination of York.Hundreds of flood warnings are in place around the country, with 31 of them severe, signalling a risk to life.Over 7,000 homes in Greater Manchester and Lancashire were also without electricity due to flood damage.Lisa Pallister, 36, decided to leave her home in York with her family as flood waters rose.
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