October 2013 storm - UK government response
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Information and advice from government departments and agencies about the storm that has been causing disruption to parts of the UK.
Following a call chaired by the Prime Minister, plans are in place with the following government departments and agencies to ensure people are protected from the St Jude’s storm.
It has been passing across parts of the United Kingdom overnight from Sunday 27 October and into the morning of Monday 28 October.
See below for the latest information and advice about the storm.
Use this tool to find your local council and their advice.
- Some train operators are running amended timetables. Check with National Rail Enquiries for the latest updates.
- Air passengers planning to travel through UK airports on Monday 28 October are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline.
Numerous government departments and agencies are working together to provide support throughout the storm. In addition to those listed above, further information and advice can be found on the following websites and Twitter channels:
Published: 27 October 2013
Updated: 28 October 2013
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