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Lorry carrying offal overturns on M40 - severe delays

Recovery operation underway Credit: Thames Valley Police

An overturned lorry carrying a load of frozen offal has blocked the M40 Southbound just before junction 6 at Watlington in Oxfordshire.

Thames Valley Roads Policing Unit has said that recovery work is continuing on M40 between junction 6 and 7. Expect severe delays.

Severe delays on M40 Credit: Thames Valley Roads Policing Unit

TRAVEL - TRAINS: Southeastern revised service

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.

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TRAVEL - TRAINS: Revised service on South West Trains due to bad weather

Check before travelling on South West Trains

Revised service on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Salisbury due to flooding and signalling problem. London Waterloo to/from Salisbury and Exeter will terminate and start at Basingstoke. Passengers will need to use an alternative train between Basingstoke and London Waterloo.

TRAVEL - ROADS: OXFORDSHIRE - Lorry carrying offal overturned near J6/M40 southbound - severe delays

Severe delays and road blocked due to overturned lorry on M40 Southbound before J6 B4009 (Watlington), congestion on M40 to J9 A34 / A41 (Bicester). All southbound traffic is being held. A lorry carrying frozen offal crossed over the central reservation at 12:30. The northbound carriageway is closed between J6 and J7, and there is a diversion in place via A40.

'I was proud to vote today' Fareham MP on Referendum

Fareham MP encourages others to have their say in Referendum

The MP for Fareham, Suella Fernandes, has cast her vote at the Lockswood Community Centre and Library in Fareham.

“I was proud to vote today in the referendum, and take part in the biggest decision our country has faced in my lifetime. From what I’ve seen, turnout in Fareham appears to be high, which is a great endorsement of our democracy, and of the pledge we made as Conservatives to give the people a say on this vital issue. Whatever the result, we have to respect the wishes of the British people and unite to face the future.”

– Suella Fernandes MP,

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