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By Dave Wade and Gavin Bevis

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  1. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 Leicestershire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 Leicestershire northbound severe disruption, between J24 for A6 and J24A for A50 Derby.

    M1 Leicestershire - One lane closed on M1 northbound between J24, A6 (Kegworth) and J24a, A50 (Derby), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  2. Video content

    Video caption: What do rival cities Nottingham and Derby really think of each other?

    A recent survey about national identity found the rivalry between Nottingham and Derby is particularly intense.

  3. Our live coverage across the day

    Today's updates have now finished. We'll be back with more news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Wednesday.

  4. Weather: Dry night with clear spells

    Sara Blizzard

    BBC Weather

    Mainly fine this evening with late sunshine. It will then remain generally dry through tonight with long clear spells, although some cloud is expected to start to push in from the east later.

    Sara Blizzard
  5. Police boss: We don't want to return to the bad old days

    Nottingham Post

    Police and crime commissioner Paddy Tipping said he is determined to ensure that Nottingham does not return to "the bad old days of gun crime" after two city shootings in one day.

  6. Foxes 'leading chase for Norwich midfielder'

    Press Association

    Leicester are in pole position to sign Norwich midfielder James Maddison.

    James Maddison

    The Foxes are leading the chase for the 21-year-old and pushing hard to complete a deal, Press Association Sport understands.

    Norwich are likely to demand over £20m for Maddison, who scored 14 goals in the Championship last season.

  7. Man released after 100-year-old's neck broken in robbery

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    A 39-year-old man who was arrested over a robbery that left a 100-year-old woman with a broken neck has been released while investigations continue.

    The elderly woman suffered the horrendous injury when she was knocked over as her handbag was snatched in Empress Road, Normanton, on 28 May.

    Police say they still want to hear from anyone who recognises a beige Seat Leon that was seen in the area at the time of the robbery.

    Seat Leon
  8. Chatsworth ready for flower show

    Calum McKenzie

    BBC News

    Final preparations are under way at Chatsworth for this year's flower show.

    Flowers at Chatsworth

    Thousands of visitors are expected to visit the estate for the five-day event, which begins tomorrow.

    The organisers of the show, the Royal Horticultural Society, have described Chatsworth as an "exciting and beautiful" place to work.

    Man watering flowers
  9. Derbyshire all-rounder to go under-the-knife

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    Derbyshire's Luis Reece is to have surgery on his right foot after suffering a broken metatarsal during a One-Day Cup game against Yorkshire Vikings last month.

    An x-ray confirmed the break and the club said the all-rounder was to be operated on to aid the healing process.

    Luis Reece
  10. Cricket: Ball lands England call

    BBC Sport

    Pace bowler Jake Ball has been added to England's squad for the one-day series against Australia.

    Jake Ball

    The 27-year-old Nottinghamshire seamer will cover for all-rounder Chris Woakes, who is unavailable for the first part of the series with a right quad strain.

    Ball has played 17 ODIs, most recently during the 4-1 series win in Australia in January.

    He has taken 10 wickets at an average of 31.40 in the One-Day Cup this season.

    He is the leading wicket-taker in the County Championship, with 27 at 18.33 apiece, but has not played a Test since being dropped during the Ashes series defeat last winter.

  11. Temporary timetable released ahead of station upgrade

    East Midlands Today

    New timetables have been released for rail passengers in Derby ahead of re-signalling work this summer.

    A £200m project to replace tracks and build platforms are due to begin on the 22 July and will mean a significant number of replacement bus services.

    The temporary timetables have been published on the East Midlands Trains website to allow passengers to plan ahead.

    Derby station
  12. Road remains closed after digger crash near QMC

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    A stretch of the Nottingham ring road is still closed this evening - after a lorry carrying a digger hit a bridge near the Queen's Medical Centre.

    The bridge carrying the A52 has been declared safe but it'll take engineers some time yet to repair the road below.

    Dave Liversidge, from Nottingham City Council, said: "We're hoping by tomorrow morning it'll be open because they'll be working hard on resurfacing the bit that the lorry's ploughed into.

    "Once that's done we can reopen it. How long that takes depends on how bad the problem really is."

    Bridge crash

    Total Reclaims Demolition, which owns the lorry involved in the crash, said in a statement: "The demolition rig had been travelling between two of our sites in Nottingham where we are currently carrying out demolition works, when the arm struck the bridge, causing it to dismount the lorry.

    "Thankfully no injuries have been reported, and we are now in the process of cleaning up the debris left behind.

    "Our own teams are on site working as quickly as they can to minimise the disruption to other road users, and we are helping both the police and Highways Agency with their enquiries.

  13. Hundreds demand road safety improvements at school

    Amy Orton

    Local Democracy Reporter

    More than 500 people have signed a petition asking Leicestershire County Council to "urgently address" road safety concerns outside Moira Primary School.

    Parents, residents and members of the community have backed the school's appeal for a review into safety measures outside the Blackfordby Lane school as a result of parents parking outside and a change in speed limits on the road approaching the school.

    The petition states: "The school and the local community are working together to reduce the likelihood of accident or injury to our pupils, parents or local residents.

    "As a matter of urgency we feel that the council should carefully analyse and audit the current risks and consider making the appropriate adjustments to minimise these."

    Moira Primary School

    After receiving the petition, Blake Pain, the county council's lead member for environment and transport, said: "It's not an uncommon problem and we'd like to do more.

    "We will hopefully, by the autumn, have mandatory zig zag lines outside of schools and an enforcement car that will work at schools outside the county."

  14. Second man arrested over 'suspicious item' in Leicester

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    A second man has been arrested after a suspicious item found in a car prompted the closure of a suburban street in Leicester yesterday.

    An area around Huntingdon Road was cordoned off for several hours after the item was discovered at about 08:30.

    It was removed by a bomb squad and tests are being carried out on it, although the incident is not being treated as terror-related.

    Huntingdon Road

    Leicestershire Police said a 22-year-old man from Leicester was detained this afternoon.

    A 26-year-old man who was arrested yesterday remains in custody.

  15. Judge rules stalker sent 'very nasty' tweets to Lampards

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    A man who pleaded guilty to stalking TV presenter Christine Lampard - the wife of Derby County manager Frank Lampard - faces jail after sending her "very nasty" tweets, a judge has said.

    Christof King, 39, of Mowbray Road, Brent, pleaded guilty to stalking last week, but denied sending the threatening tweets - which Mr Lampard had been tagged in.

    King, who wanted career advice, also sent letters and turned up at the couple's home on more than one occasion, causing her to hide in a bedroom with the housekeeper.

    Frank and Christine Lampard

    He had denied owning the account the tweets were sent from but this was dismissed by the judge following a Newton hearing at Isleworth Crown Court.

    Judge Robin Johnson said: "There is clear evidence that he has delusional tendencies. In my judgment I accept that Mrs Lampard is truthful and accurate.

    "He is clearly someone who swings in mood during the course of a letter for instance. I don't rule out a sentence of imprisonment."

    King was bailed until sentencing on 27 July.

  16. Stabbing accused appears in court

    Dave Wade

    BBC News

    A man accused of the attempted murder of another man at a property in Nottingham has appeared before city magistrates.

    walton avenue

    Letf Rahman Miri, 39, of Walton Avenue, is charged with attempted murder, possession of an offensive weapon and common assault.

    A 42-year-old man was injured in Truman Close, St Ann's, on Sunday, Nottinghamshire Police said.

    He was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre for treatment and is currently in a stable condition.

    The common assault charge relates to another person.

    Mr Miri was remanded in custody and will next appear at the city's crown court on 3 July.

  17. Young boy injured by Forest v Derby coin throwers

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    Photos have been released of six people police want to speak to after coins and bottles were thrown at rival supporters during Nottingham Forest's home game against Derby County.

    Nottinghamshire Police said a seven-year-old boy was among those hit in the face by items thrown during the disorder on 11 March.

    They've urged the men to come forward and anyone who knows them to call 101.

    CCTV images