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  1. That's all from the live team

    Thanks for joining us - we'll be back tomorrow at 06:00 GMT with all your news, travel, sport and weather.

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    Severe disruption: M20 Kent eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    M20 Kent eastbound severe disruption, between J9 for A20 Ashford and J10 for A20.

    M20 Kent - One lane closed on M20 eastbound between J9, A20 (Ashford) and J10, A20 (Ashford South), because of a vehicle tyre change. Traffic is coping well.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  3. What's it like to have dementia in your 50s?

    Lorayne from Lydd explains how dementia affects her life, and why she's trying to make the most of it.

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    Video caption: What's it like to have dementia in your 50s?
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    Severe disruption: A27 West Sussex westbound

    BBC News Travel

    A27 West Sussex westbound severe disruption, before B2132 Shellbridge Road affecting Binsted Lane.

    A27 West Sussex - A27 Arundel Road in Walberton blocked and queuing traffic westbound before the B2132 Shellbridge Road junction, because of a fallen tree. Congestion to The White Swan.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  5. Air in Reading on 'harmful' list

    The UK cities with atmospheres considered harmful by the Word Health Organisation are revealed in a new report by the Royal College of Physicians.

    London and Eastbourne top the list, with Reading also highlighted by scientists.

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    Video caption: Which has cleaner air: Eastbourne or London?
  6. The football club with no gender pay gap

    Lewes FC has become the first team to completely eliminate any gender wage gap between their male and female players.

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  7. 'She was my best friend'

    Lucy Vladev

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    Hayley Peebles' daughter Taiyah died on a rail track earlier this year. She doesn't think enough is being done to prevent it from happening again.

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    Video caption: Safety plea from mother whose daughter died on railway
  8. Halloween farm to scare 80,000 visitors

    Ben Moore

    BBC News

    A pick-your-own farm transformed into a "scream park" for Halloween.

    Shocktoberfest at Tulleys Farm in Crawley, West Sussex, had eight horror mazes with 400 character actors who were specially trained to scare the 80,000 visitors.

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    Video caption: Prepare to be scared by the UK's leading Halloween attraction
  9. Tackling gambling

    Lucy Vladev

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    They've been called the 'crack cocaine' of gambling and Medway has more of them than anywhere else. Now that could be about to change.

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    Video caption: New measures could help tackle gambling
  10. Harvey Weinstein unveiled as Edenbridge bonfire Guy

    Hamish Mureddu-Reid

    BBC News Online, South East

    An effigy of Harvey Weinstein has been chosen to be burned at a Kent bonfire society's annual celebrations.

    UK and US police are investigating Mr Weinstein over sexual assault allegations.

    The Edenbridge Bonfire Society will burn the effigy along with one of Guy Fawkes at the event on Saturday which raises money for local charities.

    Previous celebrity Guys have included Donald Trump, Sepp Blatter, Katie Hopkins and Wayne Rooney.

    Harvey Weinstein effigy
  11. Stalking victim still has nightmares

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    A woman from Sussex who was stalked by a complete stranger says she lived in fear for ten years.

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    Video caption: Stalking victim rejoices after stalker gets four years in jail
  12. Pumpkin cookies anyone?

    Lucy Vladev

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    It was Halloween yesterday but what did you end up doing with the waste from carving your pumpkins? A group in Brighton is on a mission to get us all turning it into yummy treats.

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    Video caption: The UK throws away 18,000 tonnes of pumpkin a year
  13. Damian Green investigated over 'suggestive' text

    Prime Minister Theresa May's deputy and Ashford MP, Damian Green, is to be investigated following an allegation of inappropriate behaviour.

    Activist Kate Maltby wrote in the Times that he "fleetingly" touched her knee in a pub in 2015, and this year sent her a "suggestive" text message after she posed in a corset for the paper.

    The cabinet secretary is to consider whether he broke the ministerial code.

    Mr Green has described the claims as "absolutely and completely untrue".

    More on this story here.

    Damian Green
  14. Good morning from the South East live team

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