The A31 is closed in both directions, traffic is queueing due to an accident and recovery work between A350 Poole Road (Roundhouse Roundabout) and B3075 (Stag Gate / Spetisbury Turn Off).
There's disruption on First Great Western between London Paddington and Reading because a person has been hit by a train at Twyford. All lines are closed and trains in the area are at a standstill. Journey times may be increased to al least 1 hour. There is no estimate when a normal service is likely to resume.
A coalition of community groups and campaigners is holding its first major rally in David Cameron's constituency of Witney, to protest against the construction of housing developments in rural areas.
The Rural Oxfordshire Action Rally are protesting against a planning system which they say has been "defectively changed" over the past two-and-a-half years, to "allow a rash of rampant cynical developer driven building projects which would have been refused permission under the traditional planning criteria."
It comes after a planning application was submitted to West Oxfordshire District Council last year for 200 homes between Witney and Hailey.
Travel chaos in East Kent is set to continue this weekend as Operation Stack remains in place today.
Motorists planning on using the coastbound carriageway of the M20 and surrounding routes are warned to expect lengthy delays.
David Cameron has hailed "Britain's greatest ever prime minister" in a video marking the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's death.
The Prime Minister quoted from the wartime leader's "we shall never surrender" in a video recorded at his birthplace in Blenheim Palace.
He called on Twitter users to respond with their favourite Churchill "quotes" - and said: "We owe him everything."
Cameron hailed Churchill's decision to fight on against Hitley in May 1940 - a decision that "saved our country and arguably saved the world" - and referenced the speech he made shortly after.
My favourite quotation from Churchill is the one he made shortly after that momentous decision in May 1940: 'We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight them on the beaches, we shall fight them on the landing grounds, we shall fight them on the streets and in our fields, we shall fight them in the hills. We shall never surrender'.
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Residents in Poole have recycled double the usual amount of Christmas trees.
More than 1,400 trees were collected in the fortnight after Christmas Day at Upton Country Park. The trees were then chipped and used for improving the flower beds around the park.