Storm Arwen leaves 30,000 homes across UK without power five days on | ITV News

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Energy suppliers have said 30,000 homes remain without power following the damage caused by Storm Arwen, after thousands of people spent a fifth night without electricity.

It will be at least the end of the week – seven days after the devastating storm – before electricity is restored to some, the Energy Networks Association (ENA) has warned.

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