Nearly three months of near constant rain has left the ground saturated and river levels dangerously high.

Some London borough's like Hillingdon, residents are being given sandbags to protect life and property, while further up the Thames in Surrey communities like Chertsey and Datchet have streets turned into rivers.

Politicians have been arguing whether the latest bout of bad weather is the result of climate change - and therefore something we can expect to see more of, or just a freak occurrence - other talk has been about dredging rivers and whether it will solve the problem - but what do you think? Please vote in our polls below.

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Do you think flooding and severe weather will become more common in the future?

            
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Would dredging make a difference to the flood risk in the borough?