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Flood defence work 'can't be rushed'

It's important to make sure work is effective, says chief minister

Flood defences have to be right, and can't be rushed.

That's the message from the chief minister following the announcement that £60m has been put aside to reduce flooding risk across the Island.

An area of Ramsey has been assessed as the most at-risk, with work expected to get underway next year.

However, Howard Quayle says it's important to make sure it's effective:

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