Southeastern has apologised to its customers after more train cancellations were enforced this morning.

The first tweet of the day was an apology as it warned commuters that trains from Crayford and Cannon Street and Barnehurst and Cannon Street would be cancelled.

It is not yet known what the fault is but Southeastern says it is under investigation.

Some people on social media suggested a driver was unwell. 

Southeastern responded to say a relief driver was on their way to Crowhurst. 

This comes after a day of chaos yesterday as a train derailed at Grove Park resulting in delays throughout the day.

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Trains going between Cannon Street and stations in south east London were severely disrupted.

Disappointed passengers will hope they are not too late for work this morning ahead of the World Cup semi-final tonight involving England and Croatia.

One cheeky commuter Tweeted Southeastern to ask for a smooth service tonight.

However, not all commuters reacted nicely to the latest cancellations.