Labour and Liberal Democrats use visits to flooded South Yorkshire to pledge billions for extra defences

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Opposition leaders today the Government's response to the severe flooding hitting parts of Yorkshire as "woeful" as they pledged to pump billions of pounds into improving local defences.

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