Our reporter Rachel Hepworth has been speaking to people in the Thames Valley about their reaction to the decision - in the referendum - to leave the European Union.
Full list of referendum results for Thames Valley. Overall the area voted 51.9% in favour of 'Remain'.Read the full story ›
The weather forecast for the west of the region on Friday 24th June 2016.Read the full story ›
Passengers commuting from work on Thursday were hit by delays and cancellations due to heavy rainfall and flooding in parts of London.
Operators such as Abellio Greater Anglia, Gatwick Express, Southern, South West Trains and Thameslink were affected, with Network Rail saying it had 1,200 engineers working on weather-related problems on the network.
A number of train stations - including Ruislip Manor, Upminster Bridge, and Lambeth North - were completely closed due to flooding, with Blackfriars and Mansion House closed during the evening rush hour.
Meanwhile, the Waterloo and City line was completely suspended, and services on the Bakerloo, Circle, District, and Hammersmith and City lines were all hit by severe delays.
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Helen Plint presents the weather for the west of the region.Read the full story ›
Twenty thousand lightning strikes, and a month's worth of rainfall in just a few hours, has flooded businesses and schools, and caused travel misery across the South. Fallen trees blocked roads and rail lines, and one driver was injured when two trees came down and crushed his van on Winchester Road in Botley. And, there's a warning of more thunderstorms to come tonight. Rachel Hepworth reports.
Sandford Lane in Woodley is now closed in both directions due to flooding between Colemans Moor Road (Woodley) and B3030 Davis Street / Dunt Lane (Hurst).
There is a revised rail service on Southeastern between London Charing Cross and Dartford, between London Charing Cross and Gravesend and between London Charing Cross and Orpington due to flooding. All lines have now reopened following disruption caused by heavy rain and thunderstorms across the Southeastern network.
Services are still subject to revisions, delays and cancellations.
SE UPDATE: Cannon Street & London Bridge stations are now OPEN for Southeastern services but disruption continues
Given the ongoing disruption which will continue for some time, here's some of the things we're doing to help; https://t.co/XyDpAA86Xo