That's all from Oxfordshire today. Be sure to join us again tomorrow, from 08:00.
Any isolated showers will soon die away to leave a generally dry night with clear spells. It will be a fresher night than of late, with temperatures perhaps dipping to single figures in places. Lows of 9°C (48°F).
Tomorrow will start fine with some sunshine, and although cloud amounts should gradually increase.
Wantage MP Ed Vaizey has unveiled the government's Digital Economy Bill, which he says is "part of our ambition to become world's most digital nation".
The digital economy minister says the Bill aims to ensure:
- Everyone has the right to fast broadband
- Automatic compensation for consumers when telecoms suppliers don’t deliver as promised
- Tougher penalties for nuisance callers
The leader of Oxfordshire's Green Party is one of six candidates named today for the party's top job.
David Williams is county councillor for Iffley Fields & St Mary's, and has been a local councillor for 27 years - originally for the Labour Party before being elected for the Greens in 2006.
He's up against Clive Lord, David Malone, Martie Warin, and Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas who are running on a job share arrangement.
BBC Radio Oxford is asking on Twitter what new transport infrastructure could be put in place to deal with the city's chronic traffic congestion.
Simon Godfrey: "Reduce school traffic by providing more buses. Traffic in half term is fine."
Kate Guest: "*Cough* congestion charge? *cough*"
Headington Plan: "@OxfordshireCC must get a grip on roadworks; system is so fragile, one little thing throws it all out of kilter."
While Orange Grove has a more innovative solution:
Teachers in Oxford have marched through the city today during a one-day strike over cuts to budgets, pay and workloads - as well as wider concerns about the direction of education policy.
But education secretary Nicky Morgan criticised the strike, saying it would "harm children's education", inconvenience parents and "damage the profession's reputation in the eyes of the public".
Nicholas Iliff was forced to clean up dog mess and tie the shoelaces of his captors in Oxford.Copyright: Thames Valley Police
Three people from the same family are convicted of making a "vulnerable" man carry out forced labour for up to five years.
Locals have no idea why the quiet suburb, about five miles north of Oxford, has become a tourist magnet.Copyright: Janis Harwood
Residents of an Oxfordshire village are baffled by the weekly appearance of "coach loads" of tourists in their road.
Police released CCTV footage from outside the Joyce's home showing the treatment Nicholas Iliff suffered at their hands.
Three people from a travellers' site in Oxford have been found guilty of making a man carry out forced or compulsory labour.
Christopher Joyce, 81, and his daughters Mary Joyce, 60, and Helen Collins, 45, all of Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, were convicted after a trial at Oxford Crown Court.Copyright: Alex Skennerton
The charge related to Nicholas Iliff, who lived with them since the 1980s.
Previously they were all convicted of a conspiracy to defraud him of his benefits.
Hospital staff in Oxford will continue to be recruited from the European Union despite the EU referendum.
Oxford University Hospitals Trust says it's recruiting another 70 nurses from Spain.
It has moved to reassure staff and patients about "our ability to recruit and retain staff".
- Copyright: Thames Valley Police
Henry Williams also known as Henry Butler, aged 24, failed to attend approved accommodation on his release from prison and has not been sighted since.
Williams was last seen on Tuesday 7 June in Banbury.
If you have any information please contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101 quoting URN 1211 07/06/16.
The charity Cancer Research UK is today launching a campaign against junk food TV ads.
It says the rise in childhood obesity is a huge concern and a growing epidemic, and it's "clear the restrictions already in place during children’s TV shows aren’t enough".
Hart Street in the town has been cordoned off by police as the fire service tackles blaze reportedly in a restaurant.
Junior doctors and medical students across England have voted to reject the government's proposed new contract.
Thanks to Pauline Massey for this lovely shot from Iffley.
We love to feature your photos of Oxfordshire, please send them into us here.Copyright: Pauline Massey
We spoke to parents at Phil and Jim Primary School in Jericho, Oxford this morning to gauge their views on the teachers' strike today.Quote Message: I think they should strike if they have issues. It's their way of pointing out their issues, isn't it?Quote Message: I do think they have phenomenal workloads and they are not getting paid enough for what they're doing.