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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. The morning after the night before

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    They're a messy lot, those vote counters ... the sports hall in Kettering where the counting of East Midlands EU Referendum votes took place gets a makeover this morning.

    Vacuuming the sports hall in Kettering where the East Midlands EU Referendum votes were collated
  2. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Here's a summary of the main stories this lunchtime.

  3. Could outsider make it to number 10?

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Derbyshire Dales MP Patrick McLoughlin may only be an outsider for PM with one bookmaker, but weren't Leicester City's Premier League title winning odds well in excess of this last summer?

    Derbyshire Dales MP Patrick McLoughlin

    Year of the underdog?

  4. Derbyshire overwhelmingly votes leave

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Flying the flag ... every council area in Derbyshire votes to leave the EU.

    Vote Leave flag at Derby Arena
  5. Bombardier looking to 'meet future needs of UK market'

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    And here's more from Bombardier in light of the UK's decision to leave the European Union.

    "Bombardier has a strong and established presence within the UK and EU and a successful track record of supplying our products and services to customers throughout the UK and the EU.

    Bombardier factory in Derby

    "We have a number of ongoing major UK projects, and there are other upcoming opportunities and we are committed to meeting the future needs of the UK market."

  6. Analysis of local EU Referendum outcome

  7. Bombardier outlines its commitment to UK

    Here's a viewpoint from another Derby business Bombardier.

    The firm says: "It is too early to speculate on potential outcomes/impacts of the UK now having voted to leave the EuropeanUnion.

    Bombardier in Derby

    "As always, we are committed to our businesses, all our employees and our customers in the UK and we will continue to work with the government and other industry stakeholders, to create the necessary business environment to ensure our future success."

  8. MEP 'huge decision' for country

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    East Midlands MEP Glenis Willmott has been speculating about what the future now holds.   

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    Video caption: East Midlands MEP Glenis Willmott says Britain now needs to 'work together.'
  9. 'No immediate impact' from EU exit, says Rolls-Royce

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    More from Rolls-Royce on the EU Referendum outcome.

    "It is important to remember that Rolls-Royce is a global company: two thirds of our revenue and three quarters of our order book is generated outside the European Union, so the UK’s decision will have no immediate impact on our day-to-day business.

    Rolls-Royce in Derby

    "The medium and long-term effect will depend upon the relationships that are established between the UK, the EU and the rest of the world over the coming years.”

  10. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Here are the top stories this morning:

  11. Majority of over 50s voted leave

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    A YouGov poll has shown the breakdown of the different age groups who backed the remain vote.

    There seems to be a clear divide between young and old:

    • 18-24: 75% Remain 
    • 25-49: 56% Remain 
    • 50-64: 44% Remain 
    • 65+: 39% Remain
  12. Toyota to watch impact on company of Brexit

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    There's been a change of heart from Toyota, although its statement isn't as detailed as Rolls-Royce's.

    Toyota says: "Going forward we will closely monitor and analyse the impact on our business operations in the UK, and how we can maintain competitiveness and secure sustainable growth together with the UK automotive industry and other stakeholders."

    Toyota factory in Derby

    Hope that fence is a very secure one.

  13. PM's future shaped by EU vote result

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Has the UK political landscape been changed forever?

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    Video caption: Prime Minister David Cameron announces he is to stand down
  14. Rolls-Royce 'committed to UK'

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    There's a lot of interest in Derbyshire about how Rolls-Royce and Toyota will react to the EU Referendum vote.

    Toyota won't be reacting today, while here's what Rolls-Royce has to say: “We respect the verdict of the electorate, although this is not the outcome we would have chosen.

    Rolls-Royce in Derby

    "As we have said before, whatever the outcome of the referendum, Rolls-Royce will remain committed to the United Kingdom where we have been headquartered for more than a century, where we have a talented and committed workforce and where we carry out the lion’s share of our research and development." 

    So it's business as usual.

  15. Derby MP calls for unity

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Derby North MP Amanda Solloway said: "It's a really clear message. We have had the opportunity whether to stay in the EU or not.

    Derby North MP Amanda Solloway

    "The country has come to the decision that we're going to leave the EU and I think now the responsibility is of all politicians, of everybody, to get together to now take the country forward." 

  16. EU Referendum: Beckett clearly emotional

    The former foreign secretary and MP for Derby South said she would be surprised if there was a United Kingdom in five year's time.

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    Video caption: Derby South MP Margaret Beckett doubts UK will remain together