A busy Aberdeen road has been shut after the River Dee burst its banks.
Parts of Wales are likely to be hit by flooding just weeks after Storm Dennis devastated areas of the country, according to the Met Office.
Boris Johnson has sought to explain his decision not to visit flood-hit communities during the height of this year’s flooding.
The Chancellor has refused to confirm whether he will stick to the fiscal rules set out in the Conservative manifesto when he delivers his first Budget this week.
Funding for flood defences is expected to be doubled to £5.2 billion in the forthcoming Budget, the Treasury has said.
The Chancellor has said he is ready to take “targeted” measures to help businesses get through the coronavirus outbreak as he prepares to deliver his first Budget amid the crisis.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised Wales will “have what it needs” to rebuild after major floods.
The owner of a bunglalow left almost completely submerged by flooding has said his focus is on preventing the same thing happening to other families in the future.
A vintage car salesman has thanked members of the public who helped him save classic models from rising flood water which swamped his business.
Boris Johnson has declined to say whether he will visit areas where people have been made homeless by recent floods – while he toured the headquarters of a charity for the homeless.
Residents in flood-hit Ironbridge faced further trauma on Thursday, with defences already buckling under the strain.
Insurer RSA has said floods caused by the recent storms are likely to have an impact on its UK arm in the first quarter, but praised the success of flood defences in helping minimise damage.
Boris Johnson is “very much in control” of the Government’s response to the floods, a senior minister has said, amid criticism he has failed to visit the communities affected.
Flood victims in East Yorkshire have criticised the lack of help they have received from the authorities as their homes and businesses were left submerged by water.
Residents in riverside properties in Ironbridge have been told to leave their homes and businesses immediately after temporary flood barriers were overwhelmed by water.
Boris Johnson was branded a “part-time Prime Minister” as Jeremy Corbyn confronted him over his “silent” response to flooding across the country.
George Eustice has defended the Government’s handling of the floods crisis, as he said farmers could be paid to store water on their land to protect communities.
Flood-hit residents have been warned significant risks remain over the next few days in parts of England, with yet more rainfall expected.
Serious flooding from swollen rivers will threaten parts of England for several days, the Environment Agency has warned.
Rail passengers travelling to and from Aberdeen should expect disruption after heavy flooding.
Snow and rain fell across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England on Monday morning as warnings of further flooding were issued.
Snow falls are expected to cause problems across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England as warnings of further flooding are issued.
The number of flood warnings in force across England and Wales has increased as more heavy rain, gale-force winds and snow is forecast.
Flood-hit communities are bracing themselves as further bands of torrential rain began sweeping across Britain on Sunday with no end in sight to the winter storms.
A fresh band of heavy rain is expected to sweep over Britain as flooded communities from South Wales to northern England continue to recover from a fortnight of downpours.
A third consecutive weekend of stormy weather is bringing further flooding misery to already sodden communities.
Even a little rain in areas most affected by recent downfalls could cause further flooding, the Met Office has warned.
The Prince of Wales has heard of the devastation caused by flooding to businesses and homes in South Wales.
The Prince of Wales has arrived in South Wales, where he will visit residents and businesses affected by flooding caused by Storm Dennis.
The chairman of a non-league side has bemoaned the lack of support from teams higher up the football pyramid after storm damage left his club facing five-figure bills.