The prospect of not being able to get to work is quite insignificant compared to what people not far from me are having to go through!NEWSNIGHT: Filmmaker Olly Lambert travels to the Somerset levels
For a county that is reliant on farming it's sad to have to see farmers sell their cattle because there is no where to put them.
Watching from the sidelines i see little done by government and agencies but communities pulling together to help! I even see Tesco offering fleet services to farmers so they can help feed their cattle. that may well be a PR/Marketing stunt but it's better than nothing!
Whilst i don't expect the UK Government to be able to stop the weather, perhaps more of the army could be sent to help but listening to people that work and live on the land than having some big wigs in government would and has proven to be a massive mistake.+David Cameron
seems to say all the right things but if anything was happening i'm quite sure farmers would be saying so!
I'm not an expert but seeing this sort of thing going on in my home county is troubling and very sad! #somersetfloods #ukstorm