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- Updates for Tuesday 26 January 2016
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Wednesday
Weather Presenter, East Midlands Today
It will stay windy, cloudy and damp overnight but it will be milder with lows of 10C (50F).
An accident is blocking a lane on the A38 northbound between Barton-under-Needwood and the Branston Interchange.
Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough remains in optimistic mood for tonight's game against Peterborough United, despite Saturday's shock home defeat against Shrewsbury Town.Copyright: BBC
"It's another opportunity for us. If we get a point or three we can go back top," Clough told BBC Radio Derby.
"We were both unlucky not to get something from our games on Saturday. They will think they have an outside chance of making the top two because there are still 20 games to go. It should be a good open game."
BBC Local Live
BBC Radio Derby newsreader
Staffordshire's police and crime commissioner says spending money more effectively has allowed a £6.4m budget gap to be filled.
Matthew Ellis said replacing back office support roles with police staff had reduced costs.
He also said managing police buildings more efficiently had saved £398,000 and he has frozen the amount of council tax that goes towards policing for the fourth year in a row.
Derby County have signed Blackburn Rovers left-back Marcus Olsson for an undisclosed fee.Copyright: Getty Images
The 27-year-old Swedish international has signed a three-and-a-half year contract.
East Midlands Today's Navtej Johal has been to see a striking piece of art today...
BBC Local Live
More on the accident on the A38 northbound in Burton where a van has gone into the central reservation.
Derbyshire Police says the road is blocked and traffic is at a standstill in both directions.
Police are warning motorists to avoid the area and say the air ambulance is at the scene and treating the driver.
It's not yet clear when the road is likely to reopen.
BBC Radio Derby Sport
Burton go to Peterborough tonight aiming to return to the top of League One.
A win or a draw would regain top spot for the Brewers, although Walsall could become the new leaders with victory at Fleetwood and if Burton fail to win.
Burton boss Nigel Clough believes Graham Westley has made their opponents a better team since taking charge in September.
An accident is blocking a lane and there's slow traffic on the A50 eastbound in Checkley, just near Uttoxeter.
BBC Local Live
A rare book promoting Derbyshire and the Peak District has gone under the hammer fetching £150.Copyright: Hansons Auctioneers
Called 'The Wonders of the Peak', it was uncovered in a box of books and auctioned yesterday.
A broken down vehicle is blocking a lane of the M1 northbound exit slip road at J28 for Alfreton.
The A38 northbound is blocked by an accident at Burton between the A5121 and Church Road, with congestion on the A5121 Derby Road to the Meadow Lane junction.
BBC Local Live
East Midlands Today
It's been confirmed that delayed roadworks on part of the M1 in Derbyshire won't be finished until the spring, almost a year late.Copyright: BBC
Highways England says it's got to "thoroughly test the technology" before opening the system between junctions 28 and 31.
Derby County's Jacob Butterfield says there were signs they were getting back to their best at Burnley and described the 4-1 loss as a "crazy night".Copyright: PA
The Rams conceded three goals in 12 second-half minutes at Turf Moor and are now winless in five league games.
Butterfield, whose volley levelled the scores at 1-1, told BBC Radio Derby: "In the first half we were the better team and played some brilliant stuff. Before we knew it, we were 3-1 down in a game we have dominated."
Drivers of electric cars could be allowed to use Derby bus lanes.Copyright: Derby Telegraph
BBC Radio Derby
Marston's, which has a brewery in Burton, has posted record profits over the Christmas period for the fourth year in a row.
Like-for-like sales rose 2.5% at the food-led outlets, in the 16 weeks to 23 January.
The company owns about 1,600 pubs and brews ales such as Pedigree and Hobgoblin.