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  1. Updates for Thursday 30 June 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Friday

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By Dave Wade

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

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  2. Weather: Spots of rain this evening

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Weather for the rest of this last day of June...?

    Cloudy, risk of a spots of rain from thicker cloud otherwise dry. 


    Breeze picking up with temps around 18C (64F).  

  3. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    Here are the final set of headlines for today:

    • Two Conservative MPs have come out in favour of Theresa May for the next party leader and PM
    • Incidents of modern slavery, like one in Nottingham for which two people were jailed, are on the rise
    • Tennis: Nottingham's Dan Evans will face Roger Federer after winning in straight sets at Wimbledon
  4. Your pictures: Moody sunsets

    BBC Weather Watchers

    Some lovely, colourful, moody sunsets last night.

    Our Weather Watchers noticed. Here's Bottesford...


    And Long Bennington...

    Long Bennington
  5. Forest: Changes to Championship schedule

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    No surprise, but both Forest v Derby matches are both to kick-off at 13:00 next season.

    View more on twitter

    There have been two further amendments to next season's schedule. 

    The home game against Birmingham City has been brought forward to Friday 14 October and the home game against Blackburn Rovers has been brought forward to Good Friday. More details here.

  6. Soubry: 'We've had enough of these boys messing about'

    The World at One

    BBC Radio 4

    The Broxtowe MP has had her say on the situation following Boris Johnson ruling himself out of the race to be Tory leader and PM...

    Video content

    Video caption: Business Minister Anna Soubry on why she's backing Theresa May.

    Earlier she came out in favour of Theresa May.

  7. Lady Pies: Two new signings

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    Notts County Ladies have signed England midfielder Jade Moore (pictured) until the end of the season.

    Fellow England midfielder Jo Potter also joins Notts Ladies until the end of the season.

    Jade Moore
  8. Robin of Sherwood: 'Golden' viewing


    You've been having your say on Facebook about the news that the cast of cult show Robin of Sherwood are reuniting for an audio play.

    Michael Praed

    Richard Ryley-Beardsall wrote: "Great theme tune from Clannad.Golden Saturday evening viewing from the 80's"

    Suzanne Vardy admitted: she "totally had a crush" on Michael Praed, who played Robin in the first and second series!

  9. Modern slavery 'increases four-fold'

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    You might remember an awful court case from December in which a man and a woman were jailed for forcing a trafficked woman to sleep in a "duck pen" on a housing estate in Nottingham.

    Gavin Pascoe and Vicki Jepson (pictured) used beatings and threats to force the 24-year-old, who had learning difficulties, to cook and clean for them and look after their children.

    Gavin Pascoe and Vicki Jepson

    Well now, the Salvation Army, which helps victims of modern slavery, says it has seen a four-fold increase in referrals since 2012.

    Read more from East Midlands Today reporter Jeremy Ball here.

  10. Tennis: Facing Federer will be 'amazing experience'

    BBC Sport

    Nottingham's Dan Evans will face Roger Federer in the third round at Wimbledon after beating Ukrainian 30th seed Alexandr Dolgopolov.

    Take a look at the five best shots from today's match:

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    Video caption: Evans v Dolgopolov - five best shots

    He said it will be an "amazing experience" to face the former world number one.

    "I have to put to the back of my mind that he is one of the best players ever to play the game," he said.

  11. Mann 'abused' following inquiry

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    But he claims he was abused by members of Momentum, the left-wing pressure group that supports Jeremy Corbyn.

    View more on twitter
  12. Sherwood MP 'backing May'

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    As has Mark Spencer, who's told the Newark Advertiser, that Theresa May provides a "safe pair of hands".

    Mark Spencer
  13. Weather: Rainy and breezy

    Sara Blizzard

    BBC Weather

    Sunny spells and a few showers this afternoon.  A breezy southwesterly wind.

    Maximum temperature: 18 Deg C (64 Deg F).

  14. Chamber fears referendum 'excuse to defer decision'

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    East Midlands Chamber says delay in government's airport decision will leave businesses here "frustrated and extremely disappointed".  

    "We hope that this isn’t the beginning of a trend where the outcome of the EU Referendum is used as an excuse to defer decisions," it's said.