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Tay Bridge closed due to high winds in Scotland

Network Rail Scotland has closed the Tay Bridge over the River Tay near Dundee due to strong wind.


Ferry crossings from Dover delayed due to high winds

Ferry services from Dover to Calais and Dunkerque are subject to delays because of the severe weather:

Larne and Cairnryan ferry crossings suspended

P&O Ferries has suspended all services on its Larne and Cairnryan line because of the high winds:

Network Rail Scotland deploy snow patrols and chainsaw gangs

Rail journeys in Scotland are also being badly affected by snow, flooding and fallen trees, Network Rail Scotland has advised.

ScotRail says a number of services have been delayed or cancelled, including services between Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness.

Rail commuters delayed due to gale force winds

Heavy rain and gale force winds have caused delays for rail commuters, with gusts registering upwards of 90 miles per hour in parts of the country.

High winds and heavy rain all along the south coast caused significant delays on lines operated by South West Trains and South Eastern Trains, with trees and flooding blocking the tracks.

South West Trains said there were delays of up to half an hour between Bournemouth and Southampton due to flooding near Brockenhurst, while First Great Western and Cross Country services between Paignton in Devon and Manchester Piccadilly were held up due to a fallen tree.

Commuters passing through Dover Priory faced delays of up to 60 minutes owing to a tree on the line, which has now been cleared.


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Lufthansa cancels 1,450 flights due to pilots strike

Lufthansa has warned of disruptions to its services today and tomorrow as a result of industrial action by some of its pilots.

Reuters reports that the German airline has cancelled 1,450 flights.

The strike, organised by the pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit, will begin at 1pm CEST (12 noon UK time) today and last until 11:59pm CEST (10:59pm UK time) on Tuesday.

Lufthansa said it would initially affect short- and medium-haul flights and would be extended to intercontinental services on Tuesday.

The airline advises all passengers to check the status of their flight

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