Under control Mr Cameron
DAVID Cameron made a flying visit to Gloucester yesterday and was reassured that the flooding is in capable hands by emergency services.
The Prime Minister met those co-ordinating the county's efforts against the severe weather at the TriService Emergency Centre in Waterwells.
City MP Richard Graham said: "He left with a sense that things were broadly under control and that the efforts made since 2007 have helped hugely to mitigate the impact this time around."
Mr Cameron was told that help from the armed forces was unlikely to be called on in Gloucestershire.
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