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It's been a busy day of news - here's your top stories.
Southern has been beset by delays and cancellations for weeks, with a dispute between parent company Govia and the RMT Union at its heart.
Rail minister Claire Perry has today tried to help find a solution:
Three of Southern's routes are particularly affected by the emergency timetable introduced today, including two which run through Kent.
After cutting 15% of services, Southern says 92% of its remaining services ran on time this morning.
Kent's track stars helped Great Britain win three more medals on the final day of the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam.
Dartford's Adam Gemili won gold as part of the 4x100m relay team, whilst Orpington's Dina Asher Smith helped the women take silver.
The men's 4x400m relay team, including Maidstone's Jack Green, won bronze.
Those successes, along with the gold won by Asher-Smith in the women’s 200m, saw Great Britain finish with 16 medals - their highest tally at a European Athletics Championship for 58 years. Watch Dina here.
Nine-year-old Jacob Stratton, from Folkestone, was left with brain damage after doctors failed to diagnose meningitis despite his parents twice seeking medical advice.
Without examining him, doctors said he would get better, but Jacob had pneumococcal meningitis - a life-threatening condition.
His parents, Mandy and David, have been telling us their story after receiving a £15m compensation package.
Southern's emergency timetable has come into force today.
A dispute with the RMT and high levels of staff sickness have caused weeks of delays and cancellations.
Passengers are planning a protest at Victoria this evening - full story and analysis here.
It's a showery start to the week - here's my forecast.
One of the Southern routes hit by the emergency timetable introduced today is the Tonbridge to Redhill service.
Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom Tugendhat says he'd like to hold both sides in the dispute to account.
The family of a little boy left brain damaged after out-of-hours doctors failed to diagnose meningitis have received a £15m compensation package.
Jacob Stratton, from Folkestone, was just six-weeks-old when he contracted the disease but his parents were told to give him Calpol and keep him at home.
Transport Correspondent, BBC London
For months, commuters that use Southern have suffered. There have been job losses, warnings for lateness and missed appointments.
Why? This is a well documented industrial dispute about changes to the role of the guard. The company wants to use new trains, where the driver operates the doors using CCTV. The RMT union, which fears job losses, says two staff members are much safer than one. The company says it operates the new trains safely elsewhere.
But compounding that are extremely high levels of cancellations. The company says it's due to high levels of sickness - ministers say it's unofficial strike action. The RMT believe it's due to stress and the company don't have enough staff anyway.
Now there are calls for Southern to be stripped of their franchise. There are also calls for devolution of the rail network, with perhaps Transport for London taking over. Long-term that might be an option, but short-term, it's difficult to see a way out of a real mess.
Southern rail's new emergency timetable was put into action this morning with the company claiming that 92% of those services ran on time. More than 340 trains - 15% of services - have been cut as part of the new schedule, in response to ongoing problems with staff shortages and industrial action.
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Two horse dealers and a vet have been jailed after colluding to sell ill, dangerous and lame horses to unsuspecting buyers.
Aniela Jurecka, 28, of Prospect Place, Collier Street, in Tonbridge, and Charlotte Johnson, 28, of Tollgate Way, Sandling, were sentenced to two and a half years each.
They worked alongside vet David Smith, of The Street, Finglesham, Deal, who received the same sentence.
Police identified 17 victims whose horses had become uncontrollable once the sedatives had worn off.
In one instance a woman was left unable to walk for a year after being thrown from her horse.
She won a gold medal at the Winter Paralympics in 2014 as the sighted guide to skier Kelly Gallagher. But over the weekend, Charlotte Evans from Chatham had a go at a different sport - all in the name of charity.
Two horse dealers and a vet who conspired to drug horses before selling them as "docile" for children and novices, have been jailed for two and a half years each.
Charlotte Johnson and Aniela Jurecka drugged horses and ponies and sold them as suitable for children from farms in Staplehurst and Marden, in Kent.
The pair recommended vet David Smith, 66, to buyers, who would then give the animals a clean bill of health.
Commuters plan more protests over Southern Rail, problems for hospital patients and a violent house robbery - here are this morning's top stories.
It's an unsettled start to the week's weather. Here's my forecast:
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