Victims of the Orlando shooting have been remembered at events across the South. Last night, people on the Isle of Wight held a candlelit vigil and today, at the second annual Portsmouth Pride parade and show crowds gathered to pay their respects.
The interviewees in this report from Richard Jones are: Stephen Coote from Portsmouth Pride; Councillor Robert New, Portsmouth City Council, Conservative; and Linda Webb-Bowman from Fratton Fever, the LGBT Supporters' Club.
t's been 40 years since commercial ferry operations began in Portsmouth. The port has handled more than 90 million passengers, with nearly 26 million vehicles travelling via the Hampshire city to Europe. An extensive programme of land reclamation took place and the site opened in 1976
London Road in Portsmouth was flooded because of a burst water main. Damage is said to be substantial.
An England fan left seriously injured after being attacked by Russian supporters, has opened his eyes.
Andrew Bache, 51, suffered a cardiac arrest, extensive brain injuries and a lung infection after being attacked by a group of Russians armed with iron bars ahead of England's match with Russia in Marseille.
His brother, Dean Bache, revealed Andrew has begun to move his arms and opened both eyes when his son Harry visited him in hospital.
A JustGiving fundraising page had been setup for Mr Bache's treatment, and has raised more than £19,000 towards a £30,000 target.
A Portsmouth man, who was attacked by Russians armed with iron bars in Marseilles, remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Andrew Bache, known as Pepe, suffered a cardiac arrest, extensive brain injuries and a lung infection.
His son Harry has travelled to France to be with his 51-year-old father.
On a message posted on a fundraising page set up for Mr Bache, he said: "Have just seen dad for the first time, very briefly as they were taking him into a CT scan.
"The doctor said he had suffered a cardiac arrest and also has a lung infection plus extensive brain injuries."
He said he would be meeting with French police before returning to the hospital later.
It comes as French Police fired tear gas at England fans in Lille ahead of England's match with Wales in nearby Lens on Thursday, and after Russia's match against Slovakia in the city.
It is unclear which set of fans the police were targeting and what caused the unrest.
The JustGiving page set up for Mr Bache, from Portsmouth, Hampshire, has now reached more than £18 000
His brother Dean Bache previously posted on Facebook: "I have just had a call from the British Embassy and they say the hospital had informed them that Pepe's injuries are no longer life-threatening but could be life-changing.
"He is still in a serious condition and they won't know the extent of his injuries until he is taken out of the induced coma.
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A football fan from Hampshire is in a coma - fighting for his life - after being caught up in a violent clash between Russian and England supporters in France.
Fifty-year-old Andrew Bache - known as Pepe - was among fans attacked with iron bars, glass bottles and metal chairs in the hours before England's Euro 2016 opener in Marseille on Saturday.
Meanwhile, a fan from Abingdon - Mark Heelis - told us it was the worst violence he had ever seen. Divya Kohli reports.
A Portsmouth fan who was attacked by Russian hooligans will be in a coma for several days.
Andrew Bache was struck over the head repeatedly with an iron bar or hammer in Marseille.
Andrew, 51, has been placed into an induced coma to help the swelling in his brain to go down.
Jay Rickets, who set up a fundraising page for Mr Bache, said his brother and son were on their way to the hospital.
"His life was saved by French police who gave him CPR. It was a completely unprovoked attack."
Mr Bache was with a group of six or seven friends who had gone out to follow England in Euro 2016.
A fundraising page has been set up for Andrew.
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Brittany Ferries say that despite strike action at French ports, the vast majority of their sailings today are unaffected.
Earlier today on their website there were warnings of delays between Portsmouth and Le Havre, and Portsmouth and St Malo.
But now it appears the only sailing to be cancelled is tonight's overnight ferry from Le Havre to Portsmouth.
However they've also issued us a statement in the last hour with advice for passengers taking their cars to France, because of problems with the fuel supply
All our services to and from France are operating to schedule (these operate from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to Caen, Le Havre, Cherbourg, St Malo and Roscoff).
In general the fuel situation in the North West of France (and indeed across the country) continues to improve. For example, most of the stations in Brittany are back in operation and there is now almost no rationing at the pump.
We are advising customers to travel with a full tank of fuel and to fill up when they can in France, but there is certainly no suggestion that France is running dry. And the fuel supply situation continues to improve.
Despite the difficulties, our crew, staff and customers have been able to find fuel (we have 2,000 crew in France), sometimes with the help of external websites like www.carbeo.com and www.mon-essence.fr.
For safety reasons, petrol cans are strictly forbidden onboard our ferries, and the transport of diesel in vehicles is only permitted in containers/jerry cans specifically constructed for the carriage of diesel and to a maximum of 5 litres per vehicle.