A cyclist caused travel chaos after a phone app directed him to Britain's busiest motorway in the rush hour.
A woman whose mother and sister were shot dead has spoken of her grief as detectives continue to question a man over the killings.
Sylvia Kneller started responding to fraudsters when she was 20-years-old. She then became convinced that she would one day win a fortune.
The latest scene from the skies over the property in Farnham, Surrey which has been cordoned off by police after the bodies of 2 women and 4 dogs were found.
Both women and all the dogs suffered gun shot wounds.
An 82-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in police custody.
Two women and four dogs have been shot dead in a suspected killing spree at a secluded property in Surrey.
A murder investigation is now under way as an 82-year-old has been arrested and remains in police custody.
The RSPCA have said they are working with the police to safeguard the welfare of a number of animals at the property, including dogs and horses.
Surrey Police have launched a murder investigation after the bodies of two women were found in Farnham yesterday.
Officers were called to an address off Crooksbury Road yesterday morning, following reports that a firearms had been heard going off at the property.
Police searched the area and found the bodies of two women, one in her forties and the other in her sixties.
Both appeared to have suffered gunshot wounds and a firearms was found at the scene.
An 82-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in police custody.
All involved are believed to have known each other and police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
Four dogs were also found dead at the property with gunshot wounds.
Postmortem examinations are due to take place later on today to find out the cause of the women's deaths.
They watched as their possessions were swept away - forced from their homes by the floods.
Now as dozens of families prepare to spend another night in temporary accommodation, their pets are also looking for shelter.
With thirty flood warnings still in place across the Thames Valley, business has been booming for the hospitality trade - but not just for people.
Hundreds of pets have also found themselves temporarily homeless leaving one business inundated with calls for help. Mel Bloor explains.
Interviewees: Flood victims Mick and Sue Sweeney
Owner of Imberpark Kennels and Cattery Neil Harris
The RSPCA are appealing for information after a cat was shot in the head in Surrey.
A member of the public found the cat staggering around The Greenway in Epsom, with blood coming out from its ear last Thursday.
The tabby and white male cat was taken to the vets, where it was sadly decided to put the cat to sleep as the damage was too severe.
The cat was also not micro chipped, therefore the owners have not been contacted to let them know what has happened.
RSPCA inspector Maxine Jones said, "This poor cat had clearly been targeted in this callous attack. He would have suffered a great deal and sadly could not be saved.
"Anyone with information should contact the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999."
Traffic is slow moving on the A331 northbound at Aldershot in Surrey. It's due to an accident at the A323 Ash Road/Oxenden Road with congestion to the A31/Tongham Road. All lanes have re-opened.
The Highways Agency has launched a consultation today to discuss the speed limit on a part of the M3 in Surrey for London commuters.
Rush-hour traffic slows to an average 45mph on the busy route in the morning and an average of 56mph in the evening.
The planned £174 million upgrade will transform a 13.4 mile stretch into a 'smart motorway' by adding an extra lane in both directions between Junction 2 and 4a.
This will increase capacity, reduce congestion and boost average speeds for motorists to cut 4 minutes per vehicle from a morning commute.
Due to the capacity increase however, emissions from the extra traffic are predicted to breach local air quality limits on a short selection of the route, unless it's limited to 60mph during certain times of the day.
Roads Minister Robert Goodwill said:
– Robert Goodwill, Roads Minister
Variable speed limits on our motorways are nothing new and have been used for many years to cut congestion and keep vehicles moving.Introducing speed controls for air quality reasons is proposed for less than 1% of the strategic road network. Peak time speed limits on the M3 are currently below 70mph. However let’s be clear, no decisions have been taken yet but the risks need to be managed responsibly, with any proposed limit removed as soon as air quality levels improve.
Service is suspended on South West Trains between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside due to flooding. Tickets are being accepted on First Great Western and London Underground services.
Direct buses are running between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Buses are unable to call at Wraysbury, Sunnymeads or Datchet because of roads being flooded. Problems expected to be ongoing until at least Thursday.
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Traffic is queueing due to severe delays on the M3 northbound in Surrey between junction 4 A331 Blackwater Valley Route (Camberley) and junction 3 for the A322 (Bagshot/Lightwater). There's a congestion to after junction 5 for the A287/B3349 (Hook).
Lanes two and three were blocked following a collision which has been cleared.