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A 60ft oak tree has come down in strong winds in Oxfordshire damaging three homes and crushing a car.
Specialist teams were called to Mendip Heights in Didcot just after 9pm last night. People living close said they heard a loud bang as the tree smashed onto the road.
Homes across Witney in Oxfordshire, Reading and Farnham in Surrey have been left without power following strong winds overnight. Electricity supplier , Southern Electric say they hope the power will be restored soon and that engineers have been working through the night to fix the problem.
There is currently no service on Southeastern between Swanley and Ashford International due to obstruction on the line at Shoreham in Kent.
The M25 clockwise entry slip road at the QE2 Bridge has been closed due to an incident and high winds at J31 A1306 Arterial Road West Thurrock / A282 Dartford River Crossing.
Trains across the Southern network and the whole of the Thameslink network are running at reduced speed because of high winds and the ongoing adverse weather conditions.
With the weather worsening cross Channel ferry companies are warning of delays and disruption.
DFDS say they are no longer honouring time specific bookings because of the weather conditions.
Please note that we are not currently honouring time specific bookings due to the delays and adverse weather conditions.
Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales pier in Dover has been closed.
Delays of up to one hour are being reported on DFDS Seaways between Dover and Dunkerque due to adverse weather conditions.
Stormwatchers are being warned of the dangers of taking 'selfies' on the coast as Storm Barney heads south.
With winds predicted to reach 75mph causing large waves, the public is being warned against taking photos of themselves along promenades and breakwaters.
The power of Mother Nature is a fascination to us all - and taking storm selfies may seem exhilarating - but over the last few years we've had an increasing number of people putting themselves and family members at severe risk along coastal paths and promenades.