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  1. Murder investigation after railway death

    Police have launched a murder investigation after the death of a man at Knockholt station in Kent.

    Officers were called to the station at 00:05 GMT on Monday 6 November following reports from a train driver that a body had been seen on the tracks near to the station.

    Police initially thought the incident was not suspicious, but after further enquiries they are now treating the man’s death as suspicious.

    It's believed that shortly before 21:30 GMT on Sunday the victim was chased into the station by another man. The victim was then chased onto the tracks.

    A short while later, the other man walked back onto the platform and left the station.

    It is believed that the victim is a 24-year-old from Croydon.

    Anyone with information should send a text to British Transport Police on 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 3 of 06/11/2017.

  2. Lewes lights up the skies

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Witness the incredible sights and sounds of this year's Lewes Bonfire.

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    Video caption: Thousands have attended the Lewes Bonfire parade
  3. Why does Sussex take its bonfire celebrations so seriously?

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Bonfire's been and gone, and it's thought about 60,000 people attended the event in Lewes over the weekend.

    So why do parts of Sussex seem to invest more time, energy and money into enjoying the festivities than elsewhere?

    We got the president of one local bonfire society to clue us in.

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    Video caption: Why does Sussex take its bonfire celebrations so seriously?
  4. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M25 Surrey clockwise

    BBC News Travel

    M25 Surrey clockwise severe disruption, before J6 for A22 affecting J5 for M26.

    M25 Surrey - One lane closed and queuing traffic on M25 clockwise before J6, A22 (Godstone), because of a broken down car. Congestion to J5 M26.

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

  5. The worst driving you've ever seen?

    Danny Pike

    Presenter, BBC Sussex and Surrey

    Drivers in the South East have been caught out by an undercover police operation which filmed their dangerous behaviour whilst behind the wheel, including one driver who was boiling a kettle on the dashboard.

    On this morning's BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey phone-in I'd like to hear about your examples of dodgy driving, and what you think should be done to stop it.

    Join me from 09:00 BST.

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    Video caption: Danny Pike is on BBC Sussex from 09:00 BST
  6. Supermarket smashed in 'ram raid'

    Lizzie Massey

    BBC Live reporter

    The raid, pictured by a witness
    Image caption: The raid, pictured by a witness

    Ram raiders reportedly targeted a Co-op store in St Leonards last night.

    The store's front in Battle Road was smashed with a large 4x4 vehicle pictured outside by a witness at around 23:00 GMT.

    A witness said that three people tried and failed to drag an ATM machine out of the store.

    Sussex Police has been contacted for a comment.

  7. Children in Need is coming to town

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Here's Ellie Crisell and former JLS band member, JB Gill, with exciting news about this year's Children in Need.

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    Video caption: Children in Need launch in South East
  8. Good morning from the South East team

    This is a stunning picture taken by Susan Pilcher in Margate - it's our #PhotoOfTheDay.


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