There was panic in the streets of London, Dublin, Dundee and Humberside today as the MET office issued warning of a second typhoon set to hit the South of England in as many weeks.
Morale was low as clean up efforts continued across the worst-struck areas of London. It is claimed that a second wave of devastation could render some boroughs uninhabitable for years.
A spokesperson for the Treasury warned that the cost to the country would be incalculable.
“About £140b”, he said.