If you missed any of our Daybreak bulletins this morning do catch up now - as Amanda Piper brings you a round up of the day's news. Simon Parkin has a first look at Thursday's weather forecast.
Today's Headlines:- Flood Alert - Heavy rain overnight has caused disruption to the Meridian region with rising water levels. Two men had to be rescued from their van when it became trapped in a ford.
Fishing Hope - Key talks in Brussels today could have a huge impact on small fishing fleets in Kent and Sussex. The Fisheries Minister is to challenge plans to cut certain catches therefore stopping fish being discarded.
Commuters' Woe - As three train services in the Meridian region are named as among the most overcrowded in the country, the first of 130 new carriages to be used on Southern Train's services roll off the production line.
More top news
So-called legal highs are set to be banned en masse. But what are they, and why is this drastic move necessary?
The new Psychoactive Substances Bill creates a blanket ban on the sale of legal highs, with up to 7 years in jail for selling them.
Friday morning's weather for the east of the region