One lane closed and busy but moving due to accident on M25 anticlockwise between J11 A317 (Chertsey) and J10 A3 (Wisley Interchange).
Kenneth Noye - jailed for the murder of Stephen Cameron on the M25 in Kent - will learn in the next few days if he's to be released from prison.
The 68-year-old year-old career criminal had his parole hearing today after serving 15 years of a life sentence.
Before the 'road rage' murder of Mr Cameron, Noye served 14 years for conspiracy to handle bullion from the £26m Brink's-Matt robbery in 1983.
Two lanes closed and queueing traffic on M25 anticlockwise at the Dartford Tunnel, congestion to J2 A2 (Darenth Interchange).
M25 anticlockwise is blocked, with queueing traffic due to debris on the road after Clacket Lane Services. There is congestion to J6 A22 / B2235 (Godstone).
Delays are ongoing on the M25, after part of the road surface collapsed.
Surrey Police is on scene:
There is queueing traffic due to debris, after the part of the M25 road surface collapsed earlier this morning.
The delays are on the M25 anticlockwise around J9 A243 / A244 / B2430 (Leatherhead).
There are numerous vehicles on the hard shoulder with punctures.
One lane is closed and traffic is queueing on the M25 anti-clockwise in Kent before junction 5 for the M26/A21 due to an oil spillage and earlier accident.
Kent Police is appealing for witnesses after a serious collision on the M25 at about 5.45am.
Two lorries collided on the clockwise slip road at junction 3 where the M25 joins the M20.
One of the drivers has serious injuries. He has been taken to Kings College Hospital in London by ambulance.
The M25 slip road at junction 3 is expected to remain closed until midday while the Serious Collision Investigation Unit carries out an investigation. Diversions are in place. Motorists are being advised to use the A2 / M2 or the roundabout at junction 3 to join the M20.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit at Kent Police on 01622 798538.
Speed cameras which have not worked on the M25 in Surrey, Berksire and Buckinghamshire for two years will spend much of this year out of action, ITV News Meridian can reveal. We disclosed last year the cameras were not working.
The area where they do not work is between the A3 and M40. They are part of a scheme called 'Variable Speed Limits' where speeds are reduced to keep traffic flowing. The cameras are meant to catch offenders. The problem stems from new digital technology which is not properly working.
There have also been issues about the size of the warning signs not being the right dimentions and breaching regulations. Now the Highways Agency says the cameras will not work for many more months and that Surrey Police are to take them over and are working to solve the problems.
With darker evenings and temperatures falling we're being urged to make sure our cars are ready for winter. The latest research says almost half of drivers in the region don't check their vehicles ahead of the winter months.
A third of us don't take any emergency items with us - and half don't carry de-icer in the car.