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Havoc as wintry weather stays

Scotland
The severe weather that brought power cuts to tens of thousands of homes and battered three ships is set to continue this week.

The South-West of England, Wales and Scotland will see another 'wild week' with heavy rain and gale force winds, the Met Office warned.

Wildlife experts fear a Spanish trawler which ran aground on St Kilda, in Scotland's Western Isles, could threaten the island's rare bird population. The National Trust for Scotland has laid down traps to catch stray rats leaving the ship before they affect ground nesting gannets, puffins and guillemots. Salvors in Falmouth, near Cornwall, were also inspecting a 45cm (18in) hole in the hull of the 28,000-tonne Horncliff, which ran into difficulty off the Scilly Isles on Friday.

The boat had been carrying thousands of bananas from the Caribbean when it was battered by HUGE WAVES. The South-West of England, Wales and Scotland will see another 'wild week' with heavy rain and gale force winds.

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