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Storm Dennis: Met Office issues warnings for more rain and wind
(February 14 17:35) BBC.com
Flooding and power cuts are forecast with amber weather warnings in place across England and Wales.
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Police patrol parks and outdoor spaces to ensure the public adhere to social distancing measures
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