Snow has brought more travel disruption to the UK with Gatwick, Edinburgh and City airports closed after have snowfall in the night made conditions too dangerous to fly.

Many train stations and roads have also been closed.

London Gatwick airport had hoped to open today but has now said that the earliest it will reopen is 6am on Friday.  Edinburgh airport is hoping to get some flights out later in the day but is currently closed. London City Airport is also closed until this afternoon at the earliest.

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In the North East, Durham Tees Valley Airport is also closed due to snow.

Trains have been badly hit by the snow and ice, with passengers on a train from Brighton to London stranded last night after a breakdown.

Delays are being reported on the Eurostar, Southeastern, First Hull Trains, ScotRail, CrossCountry and East Midlands train services. Southern Trains are suspended until further notice.

Drivers are not faring much better as ice and snow have closed many major roads and brought others to a standstill. The AA said it attended more than 11,300 breakdowns yesterday. Motorists are being warned to stay at home until the weather improves.

The cold spell doesn’t look likely to let up yet either. The Met office has issued heavy snow warnings for London, the South East, the South West, Yorkshire and the North East.