Demonstrators gather in Southampton in protest over Donald Trump's inauguration.
Unite Community and The People’s Assembly Against Austerity are hanging banners in a local protest.
Demonstrations are being held across the region against Donald Trump's inauguration as US President.
Protestors are taking to the streets of Southampton, Portsmouth, Reading and Oxford.
More to follow.
A group of peaceful protesters have gathered under the Bridge of Sighs in Oxford to demonstrate ahead of Donald Trumps inauguration.
Oxford Says; Bridges not Walls dropped its banner over the historical bridge at 830am this morning.
They are one of many protest groups around the country that hope to send a message.
More are expected to join them at 1pm at Radcliffe Square, to build and topple a cardboard wall and to celebrate the diverse communities of Oxford.
"This protest gives us a chance to really stand-up to the far right. We don't want anyone to be at risk of oppression. We hope to bring community groups together."
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Another cold - but mostly sunny - start for Friday.Read the full story ›
Staying cold and frosty with plenty of winter sunshine.Read the full story ›
Clean. Soft. Hard. Red, white and blue. We're getting a better idea of what sort of Brexit we're heading to.
And we may be getting an idea of what destination the long-running Southern Trains dispute is heading to, as well. And Donald Trump - does he know where he's heading? The Dorchester ... in Southampton?
To discuss all this -
- Conservative Ed Vaizey MP, from Wantage in Oxfordshire;
- Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb in Brighton from the Greens;
- Peter Kyle, Labour MP for Hove in Sussex
join Phil Hornby, our Political Correspondent
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An 18 year-old man has been charged with murder after a stabbing at a house in Aylesbury.
Police were called to Brompton Close on Monday at 10.50am and found the victim, 26 year-old Daniel Lavender, with stab wounds. He was rushed to Stoke Mandeville Hospital but later died from injuries to his abdomen.
Brandon Lavender, of Brompton Close in Aylesbury, has been charged with his murder and will appear in court today.