People embarking across the Channel should prepare for disruption due to the problems at Calais terminals and the impact of Operation Stack.Read the full story ›
Our reporter John Ryall was filming last night on one perimeter of the Eurotunnel terminal just outside Calais. More than 200 migrants made repeated attempts to break through fences and get onto trains and lorries. Here are some of their stories.
A former sergeant major has died in a mountain bike crash in Bracknell. Mark Kingston who fought in Iraq was on an adventure trail when he hit a tree. He'd received medals for long service with the British Army where he worked as a company sergeant major for 22 years. His son Matthew says he was loved by all who knew him.
Night after night, hundreds of migrants have challenged the defences of the Eurotunnel terminal in Calais. There's little doubt that as dusk falls this evening, they'll be back in their hundreds. John Ryall reports from the French side of the tunnel in Coquelles.
The police, authority members, MP's, and Highways England arrive for urgent task force meeting in Maidstone to review 'urgent options' for dealing with Operation Stack.
Operation Stack was introduced as a temporary measure back in 1988 as a result of strikes in Folkestone. Creating a lorry park on the M20 was meant to be a short-term solution. But it's still put into place today, some twenty seven years after it was first introduced. Tom Savvides takes a historical look back.
Hundreds of migrants are breaking into the Channel Tunnel train terminal in Calais every single night, Eurotunnel has revealed.Read the full story ›
A primary school in Dorset is using a new and rather unorthodox approach to teaching pupils to learn to read and write.Read the full story ›
Ahead of the Labour party choosing their new leader, a series of Hustings events will be taking place across the country.
This weekend, it's the turn of Brighton. The party welcomes everyone to come and put questions to the prospective leaders and you don't need to be a member. Andy Burnham is the current front runner, other contenders include, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn and Liz Kendall.
Whoever wins will have their work cut out. Labour got just two seats in our region in May's election, in Southampton and Hove. Phil Hornby reports.
Meridian has been speaking to Sean Tipton from the Association of British Travel Agents and asked him if this really is a year of uncertainty for holiday-makers.