David Cameron: "Whatever money is needed, we will spend it."
bbc.co.uk - February 11, 2014
The prime minister says money will be no object as flood relief efforts continue across swathes of the UK.
David Cameron warned the severe weather was not over, saying: "Things could get worse before they get better."
Speaking at a Downing Street press conference after returning from the flood-stricken South West, Mr Cameron said: "Money is no object in this relief effort. Whatever money is needed, we will spend it."
He said recovering from the floods could take time, telling reporters: "It will be a long haul and it will require a stepped up national effort, with the whole country pulling together.
He vowed lessons would be learned, adding: "We will deal with the floods and we will build a more resilient country for the future."
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