There has been more disruption for passengers who travel on Southern railway services in the region. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) have been continuing a 48-hour strike in the ongoing row over the role of train conductors.
Train drivers who are members of the ASLEF union are also carrying out a ban on overtime.
Southern's management have apologised for the continued disruption to their passengers journeys.
Meanwhile the General Secretary of the RMT, Mick Cash, has responded with anger to the news that the Prime Minister plans to hire more replacement buses to ease the problems the Southern railways strikes are causing for rail users.
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
Industrial action by port workers in France has led Brittany Ferries to delay or cancel some services over the bank holiday weekend.
British travellers are being encouraged to think ahead as general strikes over labour law reforms in France have also left fuel in short supply. Blockades by workers have disrupted six oil refineries, meaning fuel rationing may be imposed.
This is the latest on the ferries:
- 26/05/16 Cherbourg to Portsmouth 17h00 (Normandie Express) - This sailing will be delayed and will now depart Cherbourg at 18h00, arriving into Portsmouth at 20h00.
- 26/05/16 Portsmouth to St Malo 20h15 (Bretagne) - This sailing will now arrive in St Malo at 09h15 on Friday morning, 1 hour later than scheduled.
- 27/05/16 St Malo to Portsmouth 10h30 (Bretagne) - This sailing will depart 1 hour later at 11h30. Latest check-in is now 10h45. Arrival remains unchanged at 18h20.
- 26/05/16 Le Havre to Portsmouth 22h00 (Etretat) has been cancelled.
- 26/05/16 Portsmouth to Le Havre 23h15 (Baie de Seine) has been cancelled.
- 27/05/16 Le Havre to Portsmouth 22h00 (Baie de Seine) has been cancelled.
- 26/05/16 Cherbourg to Poole 18h30 (Barfleur) - This sailing will be delayed and will now depart Cherbourg at 19h30, arriving into Poole at 22h45.
- All other services are operating to schedule.
Strike action in France has led to the cancellation of Brittany ferry services between Portsmouth and Le Havre.
The services cancelled today are:
Le Havre to Portsmouth 2200
Portsmouth to Le Havre 2315
Tomorrow the Le Havre to Portsmouth 2200 has also been cancelled.
All other services to and from the ports of Caen, Cherbourg, St Malo and Roscoff are operating as normal.
Because of the on-going fuel strikes in France Brittany Ferries is urging customers to depart with enough fuel to reach their destination in France, or to leave with a full tank of petrol or diesel.
Patients in Hampshire could have their operations cancelled - if strikes by junior doctors go ahead.
Southampton General Hospital and The Royal County Hospital in Winchester are among those affected.
It follows a ballot last week where junior doctors across England voted to strike during three days in December.
The University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust trust responsible for both hospitals says it's working to minimise disruption to patients.
Air traffic controllers across Europe plan to strike next week.
Passengers due to fly anywhere on Thursday 10th October are being warned that it is highly likely their flight will be delayed or cancelled.
Workers in Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Albania, Croatia, Malta, Cyprus, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia and Switzerland will be joining the 'action day.'
They are protesting against plans to streamline European air traffic control, which they say will threaten flight safety.
Passengers are being urged to contact their travel agent or airline.
Hundreds of refuse collectors have marched through the streets of Brighton and Hove this afternoon on the second day of a planned week long strike.
The industrial action follows a dispute with the council over changes to its allowances system that could see some workers lose thousands of pounds in pay. The interviewee in Andy Dickenson's report is Carey Duckhouse from the Brighton Sea Life Centre.
Workers in Surrey and Hampshire are among up to 250,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) who are going on strike across the country on Budget Day.
Civil servants will stage a 24-hour strike on Budget day today, in a row over pay, pensions and working conditions.
It is thought up to 250,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) will join the walkout, which will hit job centres, border control at airports, tax offices and courts.
A half day of action has also been called on April 5th, as part of a three month long campaign of action.
Picket lines will be placed outside government offices, museums, galleries and the Houses of Parliament.
Civil servants have planned a second walkout in a row over pay, following their Budget day strike.
Almost 250,000 members who work in government departments and its related bodies will hold a half-day walkout on April 5, the Public and Commercial Services union said.
A 24-hour stoppage has been called by the union on Wednesday after accusing the Government of refusing to negotiate over cuts.
A three-month programme of industrial action is also being planned, along with a fresh campaign against tax avoidance and evasion.