Day two of this week's Southern strike is underway as commuters we've been speaking to share how it's been affecting their day-to-day lives.

The walk-out is due to a disagreement between the ASLEF Union and Southern Rail over plans to run driver-only trains.

Tom Druitt, the Managing Director of The Big Lemon Bus Company, says a group of commuters have approached him - in a desperate attempt to get to work without the ongoing disruption on Southern Rail.

Meanwhile in Brighton, commuter Trevor Pritchard's struggle is one many Southern Rail passengers can emphasise with.

He used to use the service everyday but, following the ongoing disruption, he has decided to quit travelling to work altogether and turned his home into an office.