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Police have released CCTV images in a bid to find a man wearing a Santa hat, after an assault in Guildford.
Detectives believe he witnessed the attack, which left a man in hospital on Christmas Eve.
It happened in a car park in Bedford Road, about 03:20 GMT on 24 December, when the victim was punched and left with a head injury.
The man in the Santa hat was standing close to the incident.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm and released under investigation.
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The M23 was closed both ways near Gatwick, with landslips shutting train lines.
Aerial video shows floods in the south east of England, including the M23 which is closed.
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Ellis Hart was on his way to a work Christmas meal, but missed it when he got stuck in the M23 backlog following severe flooding.
The stone restorer was stuck near to Pease Potage for more than two hours, after the motorway flooded.
Mr Hart, 26, said: "We were all going for a curry in London, paid for by the boss. It was our Christmas bonus.
"I was looking forward to that, but I've missed it now.
"I was meant to get the train, but saw the 10:04 was cancelled so jumped in the car to drive.
"I didn't check the traffic online, but there were no police, or signs anywhere to say the road was closed, or diverting people.
"I'm just glad I didn't bring my three kids with me. I was going to drop them off with my mum on the way."
Six hours ago Sussex Roads Police tweeted: "We are trying our best to get you turned around, but please be patient: with the road closure on, there's a lot of traffic to move into a very small space at Pease Pottage."
Highways England say there is no estimated opened time for reopening the M23, which is flooded across both carriageways between junctions 10 and 11.
However, the stream of water onto the road has been stemmed and they are "making progress", a spokesperson said.
Services between Brighton and Gatwick have been vastly cut back as a result of the weather.
If you're travelling on the following routes your journey will be delayed by about two hours due to flooding on the tracks, Thameslink Railway has warned:
- Between Brighton and Gatwick Airport:
- To and from Uckfield
- Warnham & Ockley
- Mitcham Junction / Eastfields
People are advised to check before they travel.
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Simonir has hit problems on the way to Gatwick Airport.
Flooding has been widespread across the South East of England.
Southern is advising passengers not to travel between Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
Disruption is expected to continue until 14:00 GMT, the rail company said on its website.
Trains are still running between Gatwick Airport and London Bridge and London Victoria.
Passengers for stations south of Haywards Heath are advised to travel south to Brighton and travel via Barnham.
Southern Rail has warned commuters and holidaymakers there are no rail services between Brighton and Gatwick.
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Trains travelling northbound to London are not stopping at Gatwick Airport after station lighting failed, Southern Rail says.
Passengers are being told they can use rail tickets on MetroBus services and are being advised to travel as early as possible.
Network Rail said services from the station may be disrupited or cancelled, with trains expected to be affected until about 09:00 GMT.
A Network Rail spokesman said: "Please use Metrobus services to Horley or Redhill, changing for alternative Southern or Thameslink services towards London."
Police in Surrey have released CCTV images of two men being sought in connection with a serious assault outside a shopping centre in Camberley earlier this month.
A man was left with a head injury following the assault, which took place outside the Square Shopping Centre in Princess Way at about 18:50 GMT on Saturday 7 December.
The victim was approached by two male youths and an argument began.
One of the youths punched the victim to the head, causing him to fall and hit his head against a concrete pillar, and lose consciousness.
He was taken to hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition.
The youths left the scene following the incident.
The suspect who is believed to have punched the victim is described as white, aged 18 to 23 years old, 5ft 10 in tall, and of a slim build.
He had black gelled-back hair, and was wearing a khaki jacket with a fur collar, jeans trainers and a gold earring.
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