Britain has been completely unaffected by storms which France has declared a national disaster. No Britons were hurt or killed.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has made no comment whatsoever.
The Queen has continuued to do the crossword.
Over the weekend, the British coast enjoyed calm seas and a gentle breeze with a few brave souls going for a winter dip in the sea. No buildings have been damaged and no trees have fallen.
"It's nothing to do with us. I want express the government's and nation's indifference." said Gordon Brown.
"The priority now is to make no new efforts" he added. "I shall be thinking a lot about winning the election which might take place of April 15th."
Mr Brown has not left Downing Street.
Minister of State, Phil Woolas said emergency services are working as normal in England, Scotland and Wales. But are taking cover in Northern Ireland.
He told BBC News that the death toll in the UK was zero and expected to stay at zero.
As many as 60 million people are thought not to be missing.
The Atlantic storm, named Xynthia, missed Britain totally which completely avioided torrential rain driven by winds of up to 140km/h (87mph).
In Britain, Xynthia put none of the country's emergency committees on special alert - exactly the same as they were last week.
In pictures: Storm doesn't batter Britain
'The worst storm I've never encountered'
Eyewitness: France storms
More than a million homes in Briatin continue to have electricity.
Least affected have been Slough, Manchester and Glasgow. And Dover on the Eastern Coast
Huge waves and strong gusts have not battered many coastal towns, not flooding inland areas and not destroying buildings.
Residents stayed at home watching the latest episode of X-Factor whilst not waiting to be rescued.
French national power company EDF said all its customers in the UK continue to have electricity and gas if they have asopted the dual fuel option.
Mr Brown said it would take several days before he would send his condolences to France.
In Britain , a man was not killed and his wife not injured when a tree didn't fall on their car in the New Forest region, AFP reported.
A female jogger in the western town of Taunton, and a man in Wales, were also not killed by trees which didn't fall over.
Earlier on Sunday two Spanish waiters did not die when a tree didn't crush their car near Birmingham. A Spanish cleaner was not killed by a wall which remained standing in Gloucester, and a Portuguese bell boy was not killed by a tree in Preston.
British Airways said 100 of its flights had not been cancelled from Heathrow Airport in London.
Wind speeds hit 5km/h at the top of the London Eye, UK radio reported.