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Voters are heading to the polls for the European Parliament elections.
Seventy-three members, known as MEPs, will be elected in nine constituencies in England, and one each in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Each region has a different number of representatives based on its population, with 10 MEPs in the South East.
Polling stations in the UK are open from 07:00 until 22:00.
The results will be announced once all EU nations have voted, with the voting process expected to be completed by 22:00 on Sunday.
Nan Winton became the first female TV newsreader at the BBC on 20 June 1960.
A BBC investigation reveals the number of people in council tax arrears in parts of the south have more than doubled in the past two years.
On average, 174,000 people were in arrears last year.
The largest single account debt outstanding for 2017/18 was West Dorset at more than £32,000.
Liz Donegan, from Citizen's Advice, says nearly one in 10 households fell behind on council tax payments in 2017/18.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after a woman was sexually assaulted in Weymouth.
The 18-year-old was attacked in the doorway of a property in Frederick Place after leaving Actors Club in Maiden Street at about 04:15 BST on Saturday, police said.
The boy, from Poole, was arrested on suspicion of attempted rape.
Councillors of newly-formed Dorset Council posed for a photo after their first meeting.
The 82-seat unitary authority, which met in Dorchester yesterday, replaces six previous authorities and 170 councillors.
Sub-postmasters in the South West say they are in limbo as they wait for new operators to take on post offices in their communities.
Steve Pile said he had been waiting seven years for a new operator to be found in Charmouth in Dorset. He is retiring on Friday without anyone taking over.
In Trewoon in Cornwall, Sally Bourton said she could not afford to leave until another post office was established at another shop in the village.
This is despite the Trewoon branch earmarked for what Post Office Ltd calls its transformation programme in 2012, meaning it could be moved into another shop or taken over by another business.
Post Office Ltd describes such closures as temporary and its planned changes would lead to a sustainable network across the country.
Rail services have resumed between Bournemouth and Weymouth after a person died at Parkstone station.
Police were called at about midday to a report of a person on the tracks.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene and the death is not being treated as suspicious.
South Western Railway said disruption was expected until 18:00 BST.
Residents on Portland, Dorset, have been advised to keep doors and windows closed because of "noxious smoke" from a fire in a shipping container at commercial premises.
Three fire crews were called to Wide Street at 13:00 BST.
Wednesday will be dry and fine with a brisk east-southeasterly breeze making it feel less warm in coastal areas.
A change in the weather is on the way from Thursday, bringing a risk of showers.
Today there will be some chance of clouds but generally clear skies.
Temperatures will range from low single figures to highs of 20°C.
Today will be a dry and mostly sunny day with a chance of some cloud.
However, there will be a keen easterly breeze.
Maximum Temperature: 14 to 17°C (57 to 63°F).
A clear and dry start, but there will be some areas of early morning mist or fog.
There will be long sunny spells throughout the day, but there is a chance of an afternoon shower. Light winds.
It will become rather cloudy this evening and some outbreaks of rain will spread from the west overnight, but it will be quite mild.
Maximum Temperature: 16°C (61°F).
Green and independent councillors on the new Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole Council (BCP) have joined forces to secure stronger representation on the new unitary authority.
Having worked together over the past year, Simon Bull (Green) and Kieron Wilson (independent) have been joined in their grouping by new Green Chris Rigby and independent Lisa Northover.
Being part of a group gives its members a right to seats on committees while its support will be required if any non-Conservative majority coalition is to be formed.
No party won overall control in last week's elections and discussions on a way forward are being held with the chief executive.
A hole the size of a dinner plate discovered in February beside the Inland Coast Path on Bronkham Hill, West Dorset, has grown to be many times larger.
"When this hole was first reported we took action as we knew it could indicate a chasm of unknown depth," John Sellgren, from Dorset Council, explained.
"I am happy to report that the sink-hole now appears stable and the National Trail is open."
The hole sits in the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where rain water sometimes seeps through the surface flint and gravel to dissolve the porous chalk beneath.
BBC Radio Solent
A Dorset project to help victims of domestic abuse is to be extended.
The Dragonfly project uses the symbol of a dragonfly to show people in an abusive situation where they can find confidential support and advice.
The project trains people to become champions within communities. They're able to receive and respond to disclosures of domestic violence and abuse.
Funding has now been secured to continue the Dragonfly project in Dorset and to extend it to Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and West Sussex.
BBC Radio Solent political reporter
The former leader of Bournemouth Borough Council John Beesley (pictured) has been replaced as leader of the Conservative group of the new Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council.
He was ousted in a party vote by Bob Lawton, until recently the cabinet member for housing in Bournemouth.
Following last week's local elections, the Tories are the largest group on the new council with 36 seats but the other 40 opposition members are continuing to discuss forming an alliance to wrest control from the Conservatives.
Lib Dems, Poole People, Greens, Christchurch Independents and Labour councillors have told the chief executive they would be prepared to work together in a coalition.
A higher percentage of voters turned out for the first Dorset Council elections than for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Turnout for the newly-formed unitary authority was 37.9%, compared with 33.13% for BCP.
BBC Radio Solent political reporter
Previous local elections in Dorset have been something of a one party affair - with the Conservatives dominating all nine council areas.
But this time the political map has been redrawn - the nine councils have all been consigned to history and two new "supercouncils" have taken their place.
All residents are facing increases in their council tax bills - but some more than others. In the west, Dorset Council is harmonising everyone's council tax - whereas it'll take seven years until residents here in Bournemouth and Poole pay the same as in Christchurch.
As well as saving money by sharing services and back-office functions, it means fewer councillors, but there's still simmering resentment from some councillors opposed to the whole merger process.
In fact a number of Christchurch Tories were suspended by the party after declaring that they'd stand as independent candidates against former Conservative colleagues.
And with those deep divisions - rather like Brexit - no one can predict exactly how it’ll play out.
BBC Radio Solent political reporter
These are the first elections to the two new unitary councils in Dorset.
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council (BCP) covers the more urban areas of Dorset and is formed from the two unitary councils of Bournemouth and Poole and the district council of Christchurch and its area of Dorset County Council.
Dorset Council is formed from Weymouth and Portland, West Dorset, North Dorset, Purbeck, East Dorset and those parts of Dorset County Council.
It reduces the total number of council seats in the county from 333 to 158.
Predecessor councils were all Conservative, so it would be surprising if the new councils’ control veered from this.
Counting for both councils is taking place later during the day on Friday.
Footage has been released of two men throwing stones at a car windscreen.
The two are suspected of damaging two different cars at around 13:30 BST on 14 April on Windham Road.
The CCTV has captured the pair throwing stones at the windscreen of a car parked outside a home before damaging one outside a neighbouring property.
Tuesday will be generally dry with light winds and spells of sunshine.
Welcome to Tuesday's South Live.
We'll be bringing you breaking news and updates from Berkshire, Dorset, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Oxfordshire until 18:00.