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Southeastern say Cannon Street station is closed due to flooding and is not due to re-open before 16:30 BST.
A spokesman said: "We are expecting evening peak services from London to be significantly disrupted so please allow extra time to complete your journey."
Southern services are suffering major disruption too.
A 28-year-old man arrested after South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay received a threatening Facebook post has been bailed until 26 June.
The torrential rain last night has caused flooding and travel disruption across Kent.
Here's a picture of John Smith's wheelchair that was stolen from outside his home in West Kingsdown.
The athlete, who is hoping to compete in the Rio Paralympics in September, says his "dreams would be over" without it.
Here's Elizabeth Rizzini with the latest forecast.
Three people have been rescued from a fire at a house in Broadstairs this morning.
It broke out in a bedroom of the two-storey property in Trinity Square around 08.45 BST but was under control in just over half an hour.
Two women and a man were given oxygen by firefighters.
Southeastern says following overnight heavy rain and thunderstorms, flooding is causing severe disruption on a number of their routes. It advises passengers to check before travelling.
A spokesman said: "A number of our trains and crews have been displaced, meaning they are not where they need to be on our network in order to meet our timetable."
You can check your travel details here.
A statue to the Gurkhas, disappointment for Dungeness and a revolution in rail travel - it's #onthisday.
A big increase in dog thefts, rail disruption due to flooding and a para-athlete's anger at his stolen wheelchair.
Here's our #3in30.
John Smith from West Kingsdown says his dream of competing in the Paralympics in Rio have been shattered by the theft of his wheelchair.
The racing chair was taken from his van while it was parked outside his house.
He says with the Games so close, there's no time to order a replacement.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service received several calls overnight about flooding in areas including Eastchurch, Herne Bay, Margate and Cliftonville.
Crews used a pump at a property in Crown Road in Sittingbourne.
They also attended Staplehurst Road in Sittingbourne where a 2ft round hole appeared.
A man in his 30s has been stabbed in Sittingbourne.
The incident happened in Woodberry Drive in the town just before 19:30 BST yesterday.
The man suffered a wound to his lower back and was airlifted to hospital.
There have been no arrests.
It's a grey day with warnings of more rain on the way.
Here's Rachel Mackley with your forecast.
More than 5,000 dogs have been reported stolen to police forces in England and Wales since the start of 2013, a BBC South East investigation has found.
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show there has been a 20% rise in two years.
We've spoken to a dog owner whose pet was stolen. You can read the whole story here.
Southern Rail say Redhill station was closed from 07:45 BST to 08:25 BST due to overcrowding.
The company says the line has now re-opened but there are still some delays.
But it's another miserable day for commuters. There's flooding on the Redhill to Tonbridge line, causing problems at Redhill station this morning - as you can see below.