A34 blocked at Botley Interchange due to flooding

12:37pm Saturday 7th June 2014

THE A34 is partially blocked due to flooding near the Botley Interchange.

There are reports of slow traffic, especially southbound. 

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Our care cost quadrupled: I just thought they‘d made a mistake

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DISABLED people are said to be living in fear of more cuts to their care and benefits as they struggle to cope with government changes.

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Man brandishes knife outside Sainsbury's in Oxford

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David Cameron marks minute's silence for Tunisia victims at Chipping Norton medical centre

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First Great Western rail services likely to be hit with changes or cancellations during RMT strike

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Young people being squeezed out of Oxford as house prices climb higher

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Thunderstorms warning follows the heatwave

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Comedians hit the stage for The Producers

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Widower pledges support to hospice in his wife’s memory

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MP Nicola Blackwood calls for an inquiry on ambulance allegations

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ALLEGATIONS that call centre staff denied patients ambulances even when they were experiencing heart attack symptoms should be fully investigated, according to MP Nicola Blackwood.

City turns into Wonderland to celebrate Alice’s big birthday

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Holocaust survivor pays tribute to man who saved him from the Nazis

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