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District Line trains were hit with delays due to the intruder

There are major delays on the District line due to an earlier entry incident at Parsons Green, Transport for London said.

The incident caused delays to services between Wimbledon and Edgware Road.

There is good service on the rest of the line.

Meanwhile, there are also minor delays on the Northern Line due to a lack of trains.

Earlier, a power cut in south London disrupted trains on the London Overground and Southern networks on Tuesday afternoon.

The problem, between Norwood Junction and West Croydon, has left some lines blocked, National Rail says.

London Overground trains between Highbury and Islington and West Croydon were affected, as were Southern services between London Bridge and Epsom, and between London Victoria and Epsom Downs.

Follow the latest updates below.

Thameslink was hit by 30 minute delays

08:18 , Jacob Phillips

A power cut between West Hampstead Thameslink and St Albans means all lines in the area are down.

Commuters may be affected with delays of up to 30 minutes during rush hour. The disruption is expected to continue until 10am.

Long delays on the M25 near Heathrow Airport

08:26 , Jacob Phillips

A stuck vehicle has forced two lanes of the M25 to close, causing long delays near Heathrow Airport.

The stuck vehicle is on the M25 anti-clockwise at junction 14 near Heathrow and congestion has built up beyond the M4 and M40 to Maple Cross.

There are also long queues on the M4 back to Slough.

All services were disrupted between Hornsey and Alexandra Palace

08:34 , Jacob Phillips

Great Northern trains have been delayed due to power problems in the Hornsey area.

National Rail has warned that all services are down between Hornsey and Alexandra Palace, meaning trains could be canceled or delayed until 9.15am.

Trams cannot run between the Arena and Elmers End

08:43 , Jacob Phillips

No trams running between Arena and Elmers End and minor delays on all other routes due to a lack of trams.

Minor delays on the Northern and Piccadilly lines

08:49 , Jacob Phillips

There are currently minor delays on the Northern and Piccadilly lines.

There are delays between Acton Town and all Heathrow terminals while Transport for London fixes a broken down train at Acton Town.

Meanwhile, there are minor delays on the Northern Line due to a lack of trains.

Ladbroke Grove station was closed due to a power failure

08:59 , Jacob Phillips

Ladbroke Grove station was closed due to a power failure, TfL warned.

Delays of 50 minutes on the M25 in north London

09:40 , Jacob Phillips

Huge queues have formed on the M25 between Waltham Cross and Potters Bar.

Congestion is caused by a heavy goods vehicle on the live lane. National highways traffic officers are on the scene. There are 50 minute delays and about eight miles of congestion.

M25 crash near Heathrow caused by a medical episode

10:41 a.m , Jacob Phillips

The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that a collision which caused a 15 mile tailback on the M25 was caused by a driver suffering a medical episode.

A car was involved in the collision.

All lanes of M25 reopen following collision at Heathrow

10:49 a.m , Jacob Phillips

All lanes are now open on the M25 anti-clockwise near Heathrow Airport following a single vehicle collision.

The incident happened after a driver suffered a medical episode.

Delays of 90 minutes on the M25 following the incident in north London

10:58 , Jacob Phillips

All lanes of the M25 anti-clockwise between Waltham Cross and Potters Bar have reopened following an earlier incident.

But the problem has caused delays of 90 minutes and there are about eight miles of congestion.

Trains between London Paddington and Heathrow Airport have been delayed due to a safety inspection

12:04 p.m , Jacob Phillips

Trains between London Paddington and Heathrow Airport, including on the Elizabeth line, have been delayed due to a safety inspection.

Great Western Railway and Heathrow Express services may be delayed by up to 25 minutes or cancelled.

The interruption is expected until 14.00.

Several subway lines hit delays

12:10 p.m , Lydia Chantler-Hicks

Several metro lines are affected by lunchtime delays.

There are severe delays on the Piccadilly line between South Harrow and Acton Town and the line is also suspended between Uxbridge and South Harrow. This is due to a previously faulty train.

There are also severe delays on the Metropolitan line between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Uxbridge.

There are minor delays on the Elizabeth line between Paddington and Heathrow and Reading terminals while Network Rail inspects the tracks.

A lack of trains is also causing minor delays on the Northern Line.

Elizabeth Line back to good service

12:21 p.m , Lydia Chantler-Hicks

A good service has resumed on the Elizabeth line, TfL says, after earlier delays caused by a Network Rail inspection.

Power cut disrupts trains in south London

12:43 p.m , Lydia Chantler-Hicks

A power cut disrupts trains between Norwood Junction and West Croydon in south London.

National Rail says some lines are blocked and trains may be canceled or delayed.

The interruption is expected until 14.00.

The outage was removed after the M25 collapse

12:55 p.m , Lydia Chantler-Hicks

Previous disruption on the M25 following an accident near Heathrow Airport has been removed.

Motorists were stuck in a terrifying 15-mile tailback on the M25 on Tuesday morning after the crash.

Two lanes were closed after a driver suffered a medical episode with congestion building up alongside the M4 and M40 towards Chorleywood.

National Highways says all lanes are now open again and there is no sign of congestion in the area.

Trains cannot run on the central line due to the line entry

13:18 , Jacob Phillips

There is no service between Liverpool Street and Leytonstone on the Central Line, while Transport for London is dealing with an offender on the track at Leyton.

Trains running on the Central Line after the offender incident

14:13 , Jacob Phillips

Trains are running again on the entire Central Line after there was a track breaker at Leyton.

But the issue is still causing severe service delays.

Liverpool Street trains were hit with delays

14:59 , Jacob Phillips

Trains between Liverpool Street and stations including Clacton-on-Sea, Colchester Town and Norwich are delayed due to a track fault.

The problem is between Shenfield and Chelmsford and the line to Colchester is blocked.

Train services running through the stations may be canceled or delayed by up to 20 minutes.

Minor delays on Central and Northern lines

16:12 , Lydia Chantler-Hicks

There are still minor delays on the central line due to an earlier track trespasser at Leyton. Delays are between North Acton and West Ruislip / Ealing Broadway and between Leytonstone and Epping and Hainault via Newbury Park, TfL says.

A lack of trains is also causing minor delays on the Northern Line.

Disruption of tram services in south London

17:20 , Daniel Keane

There is currently no tram service between the Arena and Elmers End, TfL said.

There are also minor delays on all other routes due to the lack of trams.

Lines have been reopened between Norwood Junction and West Croydon

18:12 , Daniel Keane

London Overground lines have reopened after a power cut earlier today between Norwood Junction and West Croydon and trains are running as scheduled.

Severe delays on the District Line

19:35 , Josh Salisbury

There are severe delays on the District Line from Wimbledon to Edgware Road due to an earlier offender on the track at Parsons Green.

Delays on the Central Line have now been resolved.

No service on the small section of the Overground

19:39 , Josh Salisbury

There is no service between Barking and Barking Riverside due to an incident with a customer at Barking, TfL said.

There is a good service on all other Overground routes.

Severe delays on the Metropolitan Line

20:44 , Daniel Keane

There are currently severe delays due to a previously broken down train on Baker Street.

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10:38 p.m , Daniel Keane

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