The storms in Britain have caused delays and some cancellations on flights and ferry sailings and flights into and out of the country. The torrential rain and gale force winds, which hit many parts of Southern England and Wales, have left at least three people dead and thousands more stranded or evacuated from their homes. The conditions are described as the worst in a decade. Most services are running normally again, although intending flight passengers to Britain, Paris and Amsterdam can expect delays of between one and three hours. Meanwhile, the ESB are sending a hundred network technicians to Britain tomorrow morning to assist with the storm damage.