Storm Dennis death toll rises as flooding continues
Britain is enduring a second day of flooding and travel chaos after being battered by Storm Dennis. Four people have now died during the storm and thousands have been evacuated from their homes as the number of flood warnings hit an all-time record. A fifth person is presumed dead after police announced that the search for a woman swept into flood water near Tenbury in Worcestershire will now be a "recovery" rather than a "rescue" operation. Meanwhile, the river level in Hereford has reached the highest on record. Read on for the latest forecast as communities strive to recover - and the areas expected to flood today and tomorrow as river levels continue to rise after the heavy rainfall. It comes as Labour leadership contender Sir Keir Starmer said it was "an appalling decision" not to hold an emergency Cobra meeting on the flooding. Boris Johnson has yet to visit any flood-hit areas this year despite twice heading to places affected by adverse weather during the election campaign. Click here for a gallery of the Storm Dennis damage.
Love Island to pay tribute to Caroline Flack tonight
Love Island will return to ITV schedules tonight after two nights off air, and feature "a tribute" to the show's late host Caroline Flack. Flack was found dead on Saturday at her flat in London, having taken her own life. She was 40 years old. The show, which first aired in its current form in 2015, was hosted by Flack from then until late last year, when she stood down after being charged with assaulting her boyfriend, Lewis Burton. Read on for details of how the programme is reportedly facing an uncertain future and to see the what is thought to be the final picture of her before her death. And read The Telegraph's obituary of the well-liked star, whose warmth and sense of mischief hid her private insecurities.
Pienaar quits BBC to join Murdoch's Times Radio
John Pienaar, BBC News' deputy political editor, is leaving after almost three decades at the corporation to join a new radio station aimed at derailing Radio 4. The veteran journalist tweeted he is to be the soon-to-be-launched Times Radio station's Drive Time presenter. But he was scooped to his own resignation announcement by a Telegraph reader. Pienaar's BBC colleagues conceded the move is a big blow to the broadcaster. The move indicates the new radio station is splashing out big amounts on attracting talent. The most-recent BBC salary figures, published last year, show Pienaar was paid more than £160,000. Click here to see what the corporation's other top presenters earn.
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A state-of-the-art moveable road barrier is to keep traffic moving on the motorways. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has pledged an investment in the vehicles that will be able to set up barriers within hours to make sure roads keep moving. The moveable barriers will be targeted at the M20 in Kent, where miles of queues of lorries can be created if there are problems crossing the English Channel at Dover or via Eurotunnel. Click here to see the vehicles at work.
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