Jurassic Coast cliff collapses in biggest UK rockfall for 60 years

People urged to stay away from Dorset beach with council expecting more unstable cliff face to fall

A huge section of a cliff on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset has collapsed on to a beach below and into the sea in the biggest UK rockfall in 60 years.

The rockfall happened just west of the south coast seaside town of Weymouth and Dorset council said more cliff was expected to be lost, with people being urged to stay away from the area. Parts of the coastal path were cordoned off.

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