Travel disruption easing

Transport is slowly getting back to normal after a day of commuter chaos caused by the hurricane-force winds that whipped across the country.

A massive clear-up operation was launched after 200 trees fell on to rail lines, causing cancellations of many main line services at the time when most would be travelling to work on a Monday morning.

London-bound commuters on the Tube also found the open-air sections of the Underground network badly affected.

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Power cuts after storm damage

Thousands of people are still without power after high winds swept across London and the South East.