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Summary

  1. Southern Health chief Katrina Percy steps down
  2. Overturned car blocks M27 - no serious injuries
  3. New badger cull under way in Dorset
  4. Saints break transfer record to sign Sofiane Boufal for £16m
  5. HMS Daring to be sent to Gulf to support raids on Islamic State group
  6. Updates on Tuesday 30 August

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By Marcus White and Michael Stoddard

All times stated are UK

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  2. George Hollingbery: 'Katrina Percy made right decision'

    George Hollingbery MP
    Quote Message: I think Ms Percy has made the right decision to stand down. The recent review by the chairman of Southern Health cleared her of any fault, but it was clear the families of those who have been affected by poor care from the trust were very unhappy she was staying, and I hope this now allows them to look forward to a resolution of their grievances. I also hope it will add further impetus to Southern in its endeavours to get itself back on a proper footing. I now urge the quickest possible recruitment process so that someone can be appointed to take the trust forward and to ensure the mistakes of the past are not repeated. from George Hollingbery Conservative MP for Meon Valley
    George HollingberyConservative MP for Meon Valley
  3. Overturned lorry blocking A3 southbound

    Just over the county border in Surrey, there's an overturned lorry on the the A3

    The Milford Bypass section is closed and there's queuing traffic southbound between the A283 junction in Thursley and the Hindhead Tunnel junction in Hindhead. 

    A diversion is in operation via the A3100 and A286, or via the A31 to Farnham and the A287 to Hindhead or the A325 to Longmoor. 

    Congestion from this incident is stretching to Hogs Back.

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  4. Van driver seriously hurt in crash with lorry

    Police are appealing for witnesses to a two-vehicle crash in Bartley, Hampshire, yesterday afternoon. Officers were called to Southampton Road, at the junction of Bourne Road, at 15:20 BST, to the collision between a Mercedes articulated goods lorry and a white Isuzu flatbed van.

    Southampton Road at the junction of Bourne Road

    The driver of the van, a 48-year-old man from Winsor, Hampshire, suffered serious injuries and was taken to Southampton General Hospital. The driver of the lorry was uninjured.  

  5. Accident partially blocking Bakers Arms roundabout

    The A35 in Lytchett Minster is partially blocked at the Bakers Arms roundabout because of an accident. Congestion is stretching to Slepe and on the A351 to Sandford. 

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  6. Emily Wood with the latest forecast

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    Video caption: Dry spells expected through the week
  7. A31 slip road blocked by broken down car

    The A31 in Ringwood entry slip road is partially blocked westbound at the West Street junction because of a broken down car and recovery work.  

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  8. Round the bend

    Scott Dawson's Facebook page shows he has passed a major landmark in his madcap bid to swim non-stop around the Isle of Wight for charity.

    Scott, 37, from Southampton, set off from Ryde shortly before 07:30 BST and is swimming anti-clockwise.

    Next stop - well, Ryde actually!

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  10. Campaigner welcomes Katrina Percy resignation

    A prominent critic of health boss Katrina Percy has welcomed her "long overdue" resignation as chief executive of Southern Health NHS trust.

    Dr Sara Ryan has campaigned for changes at Southern Health since her son, Connor Sparrowhawk, drowned in a bath in 2013. 

    Connor Sparrowhawk

    In a statement, she said: "This whole sorry episode has shone an important light on peculiar workings at senior NHS levels around regulation, accountability and enforcement.

    "It also demonstrates that candour and transparency remain woefully lacking in 2016."

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  13. Isle of Wight solo swimmer passes Yarmouth

    A man hoping to swim non-stop around the Isle of Wight in aid of charity is more than five hours into his challenge. 

    Scott Dawson, 37, from Southampton, set off on the the 60-mile (96.6km) route from at Ryde shortly before 07:30 BST.

    Scott Dawson

    He is swimming in an anti-clockwise direction, navigated by record-breaking round-the-world yachtsman Brian Thompson.

    Money raised from the swim, which is expected to take at least 24 hours, will go to support the work of the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and Meningitis Now.