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Summary

  1. Updates for Friday 24 June 2016
  2. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 Monday

Live Reporting

By Euan Duncan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    That's all from Derbyshire Local Live for this week - updates will start again on Monday at 08:00.    

  2. Business owners call for 'clarity'

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC Local Live

    There's been a post-Brexit business meeting in Nottingham today for companies across the East Midlands.

    The local Chamber of Commerce says bosses told them they are now preparing for growth outside of the EU but they need more clarity on how the UK will go about leaving the union.

    Union Jack flag

    Chris Hobson from the East Midlands Chamber says: “Businesses thrive on certainty and we now need our political leaders to conclude the UK’s exit from the EU in a measured, timely and efficient way."

  3. Fire death care home responds

    Alex Smith

    BBC News Online

    Yesterday we ran a story about a Derby care home in which a resident recently died in a fire being told to improve.

    Here is the Sherwood Forest Care Home's response to the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) findings...

    "We work closely with the CQC and we are pleased the inspection found the service to be caring and responsive, and that the people we support reported they are happy with the care they receive," a care home spokeswoman said.

    "We take the CQC’s feedback very seriously, and following the inspection in March 2016 we put in place an action plan to address the points raised in the report. The health and wellbeing of the people we support is always our number one priority, and we look forward to showing full compliance at our next inspection."

    Sherwood Forest care home
  4. Weather: Heavy showers fizzle out tonight

    Kaye Forster

    Weather Presenter

    Any showers this afternoon will be fairly heavy, but ease off later in the evening leaving a dry night with clear spells and lows of 10C (50F).

    Weather temperatures for 1pm on Saturday June 25

    It's a dry and bright start tomorrow, but more showers are forecast with the chance of hail and thunder, and highs of 19C (66F).

  5. Girlfriend 'suffered injuries for years'

    Alex Smith

    BBC News Online

    Det Insp Graham Prince, from Derbyshire Police, said Andrew Maling had inflicted serious injuries on Amy Gough (pictured below) "over a period of several years".

    Amy Gough

    "Amy was a young woman with her life ahead of her," he said. "Sadly, Amy's history is similar to many domestic abuse cases we come across where victims suffer in silence."

  6. UK will still focus on European markets, says JCB boss

    Quote Message: The UK is the world's fifth largest trading nation. We therefore have little to fear from leaving the EU. European markets are important to many UK businesses, including JCB, and this will not change. " from Lord Bamford JCB chairman and managing director
    Lord BamfordJCB chairman and managing director
  7. EU vote: JCB chairman feels 'little to fear' from Brexit

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    The boss of Staffordshire-based JCB Lord Bamford says the UK has "little to fear" from leaving the EU.

    Lord Bamford

    Before the vote, he wrote to his company's 6,500 employees in the UK explaining why he favoured a vote to leave.

  8. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Here's a reminder of the main stories this afternoon.

  9. Spireites sponsor quits over Evans deal

    BBC Sport

    Ched Evans

    Chesterfield sponsor HTM Products withdraws its support of the club following the signing of Ched Evans.

    Spireites sponsor quits over Evans deal

    Ched Evans

    Chesterfield sponsor HTM Products withdraws its support of the club following the signing of Ched Evans.

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  10. Archive: Counties vote to stay in 1975

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    For a bit of context, the last time Derbyshire and East Staffordshire voted on Europe in 1975, the counties voted to stay in what was the European Community (Common Market).

    Derbyshire voted 286,614 in favour to remain and 131,457 to leave, and in Staffordshire it was 306,518 in favour and 148,252 to leave.

    Vote counters when the UK last held a referendum over its relationship with Europe
  11. Burst water main in city

    BBC Travel

    Any of you in need of a post-referendum pick-me-up...should not continue reading.

    Morledge in Derby is partially blocked at The Cock Pit traffic lights because of a burst water main. 

  12. Archive: Two thirds of voters turn out to cast ballot

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    And for those of you interested, turnout across the region back in 1975 was 66.4%.  

    Voting leaflets for the 1975 common market vote
  13. Was remain campaign too low key?

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    It wasn't a landslide, but across the whole of Derbyshire, a clear majority voted to leave.

    The public's interest for the question on the ballot paper was clear - turnout was the highest it's been since 1997. 

    But did the Remain campaign let this slip? Could they have worked harder and achieved a different result?

    Locally, their campaign appeared to be lower-key, less well organised and much less enthusiastic than that of the Leave campaign.

  14. Man jailed for ten years over Amy Gough death

    BBC Radio Derby

    Away from the referendum, a man's been sentenced to ten years in prison for the manslaughter of Amy Gough, who died in hospital last year after being found at her home at Sandiacre.

    Andrew Maling

    Andrew Maling, 46, from Sigglesthorne, near Hull, was convicted following a trial at Nottingham Crown Court.

  15. Weather: Chance of heavy shower later

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Cloudy afternoon with scattered showers slowly spreading in from the west, and some are likely to be heavy with the odd rumble of thunder possible and top temperatures of 21C (70F).

    Weather temperatures for Friday June 24 to Saturday 25

    Showers will fade away through this evening and most places will be dry overnight, with lows of 11C (52F).