Members of the emergency services paddle down Huntington Road after the adjacent River Foss burst it's banks in York, northern England, on December 27, 2015. AFP PHOTO/OLI SCARFF
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British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the flood-hit historic city of York on Monday as cities, towns and villages across northern England battled to get back on their feet following devastating storms.There were also another 170 flood warning or alerts in place, meaning flooding was either expected or possible.Cameron sent in 200 more troops to help 300 already on the ground in northern England with tackling the effects of flooding Sunday. Cameron's government was under pressure Monday over the quality of Britain's flood defenses.The country has been hit by a string of serious floods including in Cumbria, northern England, earlier this month and in late 2013 and early 2014 in southwest and southeast England.
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