The A34 Newcastle Road is closed in both directions with slow traffic due to an accident between Peacock Hay Road and Unity Way.
There is slow traffic and a lane is closed due to an accident on the M1 Southbound between J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield) and J28 A38 (Alfreton / Mansfield).
Normal train services have resumed on the line between Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent following an incident earlier this afternoon.
Services on London Midland and East Midlands trains between Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent are at a stand-still at the moment due to problem being investigated between Alsager and Kidsgrove.
Services have been suspended on the London Midland line between Four Oaks and Lichfield Trent Valley due to fallen tree on the line at Shenstone.
Trains will start/terminate at Four Oaks or Birmingham New Street.
A stretch of the M1 motorway heading northbound in Northamptonshire will be closed for most of the day after a body was found in a road.
The northbound carriageway was closed at about 3am this morning from junctions 16 to 17.
Diversions are in police and a police investigation into the incident is under way.
West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to the southbound carriageway of the M40 shortly after 7.30am.Read the full story ›
Traffic has now returned to normal following an earlier accident on the M6 Southbound between J4A M42 and J3 A444 / B4113 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry).
There are continued delays elsewhere on the motorway network across the West Midlands this morning, for more information stay with itv.com/central/travel.
There is still slow traffic due to the earlier accident on the M6 Southbound. It's between J4A M42 and J3 A444 / B4113 for Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry),
Both the Northbound and Southbound link roads from the M42 have now been re-opened.
There remains congestion on the M6 to J6 A38(M) of the Aston Expressway / A5127 Gravelly Hill / A38 Tyburn Road / Slade Road Spaghetti Junction.
Leicestershire County Council has responded today to the news that Market Harborough based holiday company, All Leisure Group, has stopped trading. Trading Standards say they are advising customers that there a number of ways that they are protected. A spokeswoman within the County Council service said:
“The company in question is an ATOL registered company, so people travelling will be covered by the ATOL protection scheme. The CAA will repatriate those currently abroad whilst refunds will be given to those that have booked holidays. In addition to the ATOL protection , if consumers have paid more than £100 on their credit card towards the cost of the holiday, then they have the potential redress against their credit card company."
Anyone concerned can contact the Citizens Advice Consumer helpline on 0345 0405 06.