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British Airways says bad weather is currently affecting their flight schedule.
The following flights due to leave today have been cancelled:
- BA67 departing LHR
- BA173 departing LHR
- BA177 departing LHR
- BA113 departing LHR
- BA187 departing LHR
- BA1431 departing BHD
Shadow transport secretary Mary Creagh has been granted an urgent question in the Commons on transport disruption caused by flooding.
A transport minister will respond in the chamber at about 10.30am.
In last night's stormy weather, a lorry was blown on top of a car on the M60, at junction 24.
The car's owner, Andrew Elliott, has sent in these dramatic pictures.
Andrew told us he managed to climb out of the window and escaped with minor injuries.
Train services across the UK are being disrupted due to the on-going storms and flooding, with train companies issuing advice via Twitter:
First Great Western trains has tweeted they will be running a "limited service" in many areas due to ongoing flooding:
Passengers on an East Coast train near Durham say have been stuck on board without heating or lighting for more than five hours after the train's pantograph was blown off by high winds:
Thousands of rail passengers were left stranded on trains after wind and rain wrought havoc with services.
The evening rush-hour suffered disruption almost throughout the country, with a section of the West Coast main line in Lancashire closing between 7pm and 9pm.
Clifton Suspension Bridge, which links Bristol and north Somerset, was closed today after it was battered by high winds.
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The bridge's office manager Tony Hinchliffe told the Bristol Post it will remain closed until further notice, with gusts reaching 60mph.
Latest ITV News reports
It was 'Thunderbirds to the rescue' overnight as hundreds of passengers were stranded on an Edinburgh-bound train battered by winds.