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Summary

  1. Updates on Tuesday 1 May 2018
  2. Ataul Mustafa guilty of murdering wife
  3. Mystery of football tickets solved
  4. Ambulance service to discuss performance
  5. Tarantula found dumped in park bin
  6. Man charged with murdering wife
  7. Woman arrested in shooting investigation
  8. Sons saw father killed in air crash 'fireball'

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By Gavin Bevis and Amy Woodfield

All times stated are UK

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  1. Listen: Murder victim's family demands answers

    The family of a woman from Bradford who was murdered by her partner are demanding to know how it was allowed to happen.

    Ataul Mustafa, 36, has been found guilty of killing Sobhia Khan at the home they shared in Derby.

    Mustafa killed Ms Khan, 37, less than two years after serving a hospital order for attacking his former partner.

    There's now going to be an investigation, and Ms Khan's brother, Javid, says officials have questions to answer:

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    Video caption: Sobhia Khan's brother demands answers over his sister's murder.
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    Severe disruption: M1 South Yorkshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 South Yorkshire southbound severe disruption, between J31 for A57 Sheffield and J30 for A616.

    M1 South Yorkshire - One lane closed on M1 southbound between J31, A57 (Sheffield) and J30, A616 (Worksop), because of a broken down vehicle. Traffic is coping well.

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

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    Tuesday's live updates have now finished. Our coverage will start again at 08:00 on Wednesday.

  4. Schoolchildren get royal welcome to tech event

    TeenTech event

    Students from 52 London schools have taken part in a two-day festival hosted by leading science and tech organisations.

    Workshops at the TeenTech event at Emirates Stadium included cyber security, animation, robotics, AI and data science.

    The 750 primary and secondary school pupils also got to meet MP Matt Hancock and see a 3D-printed version of King Richard III's skeleton, which was found underneath a car park in Leicester in 2012.

  5. Watch: East Midlands weather outlook

    Alex Hamilton

    BBC Weather

    Cloud will thicken up through the evening and we're expecting a wet and murky start to Wednesday.

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  6. Foxes winger Albrighton charged over referee outburst

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    Leicester City midfielder Marc Albrighton has been charged for his behaviour towards the referee following his dismissal in Saturday's Premier League match at Crystal Palace, the Football Association has announced.

    The winger was sent off during the Foxes' 5-0 Premier League defeat at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

    The FA said he had until 18:00 on Thursday to respond to the charge.

    Marc Albrighton
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    Severe disruption: A17 Nottinghamshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A17 Nottinghamshire both ways severe disruption, between Stapleford Lane and A1.

    A17 Nottinghamshire - A17 in Coddington closed and slow traffic in both directions between the Stapleford Lane junction and Newark Showground, because of a broken down crane.

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

  8. Robber brandished screwdriver during hair salon raid

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    A till was stolen from a hair salon in Long Eaton by a robber armed with a screwdriver.

    Police said the raider scuffled with staff at Ambitions in Main Street before dashing off with the till at about 15:00 on 20 April.

    A photo has been released of a man the force are keen to speak to about the robbery.

    CCTV image
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    Severe disruption: M1 Leicestershire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 Leicestershire southbound severe disruption, between J21 for M69 and J20 for A4303.

    M1 Leicestershire - One lane closed and slow traffic on M1 southbound between J21, M69 (Leicester) and J20, A4303 (Lutterworth), because of vehicle having a tyre changed.

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

  10. Stags CEO Carolyn Radford to appear on Question Time

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    Mansfield Town chief executive Carolyn Radford is to appear as a panel member on this week's edition of BBC Question Time, the club has said.

    The 36-year-old, who has a politics degree from the University of Durham, is one of the youngest CEOs in league football.

    Question Time has not yet revealed its full panel for the programme, which is being recorded in St Albans on Thursday.

    Carolyn Radford

    A Mansfield Town club spokesman said: “Carolyn has a great interest in politics at both local and national level, having studied it at university.

    “Carolyn was proud to accept the invitation by the BBC to be one of their guests on the nation’s most watched political debate programme.”

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    Severe accident: A61 Derbyshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A61 Derbyshire both ways severe accident, at A615 Gooker Lane.

    A61 Derbyshire - A61 King Street in Alfreton blocked and slow traffic in both directions at the A615 Gooker Lane junction, because of an accident. Police directing traffic.

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

  12. Charity 'supergroup' could take over Beeston Town Hall

    Kit Sandeman

    Local Democracy Reporter

    A campaign group set up to prevent Beeston Town Hall from potentially being demolished or developed has asked for people to support the project.

    Last year it was revealed Broxtowe Borough Council was considering demolishing the building, or converting it to accommodation.

    After a campaign to preserve the building, which included a failed attempt to gain listed status, a group now hopes to put forward a plan on how the community can best use the building.

    Beeston Town Hall

    The Beeston Town Hall Community Project is an initiative launched by four local charities, which now hopes to set up a new charity known as the Beeston Town Hall Community Trust.

    The group aims to use this new corporate charity to take a lease of the building and manage and control its use for a range of purposes.

    It is now in the process of drawing up a detailed business plan, which will be presented to the council along with submissions from other community groups on Friday 15 June.

  13. Leicestershire Police plant tree for Stephen Lawrence

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC News

    A tree and plaque to mark the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence’s death has been unveiled at Leicestershre Police's headquarters in Enderby.

    The 18-year-old was stabbed to death in a racially motivated attack in London in 1993.

    Chief Constable Simon Cole joined Leicestershire police and crime commissioner Lord Willy Bach, Stephen's father Dr Neville Lawrence and members of the force's Black Support Network at the HQ's memorial gardens to reflect on the teenager's killing.

    Unveiling of Stephen Lawrence tree

    Dr Lawrence said afterwards: “I was truly humbled to hear that the Black Support Network at Leicestershire Police would be planting a tree and laying a plaque in remembrance of our son.

    "I cannot express my gratitude enough for such a commendable recognition and honour of our son Stephen.”

  14. Record number of patients at Royal Derby Hospital's A&E

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby, political reporter

    Derby's A&E saw 504 patients on one day in April - a new record.

    But the Royal Derby hospital has been able to step down its winter pressure measures, which involve it using surgical beds for acute patients.

    Royal Derby Hospital
  15. Calls for inquiry into fatal RAF training flight crash

    BBC News

    Campaigners seeking a fatal accident inquiry into a crash involving two RAF Tornado jets are holding talks with the Crown Office, the Scottish equivalent of Crown Prosecution Service.

    Three airmen were killed and another seriously injured when the aircraft collided over the Moray Firth during a training flight in 2012.

    Sqn Ldr Samuel Bailey, 36, from Nottingham, (left) and Flt Lt Adam Sanders, from Formby, 27, were killed in the crash.

    Lt Hywel Poole, 28, from Bangor, (pictured centre), died in hospital after being airlifted from the scene.

    Sqn Ldr Samuel Bailey, Flt Lt Hywel Poole and Flt Lt Adam Sanders
  16. Man charged after multi-vehicle crash

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    Police investigating a four-vehicle crash in the Forest Fields area of Nottingham have charged a 38-year-old man.

    Three cars and a lorry were involved in the collision on Gregory Boulevard at around 19:00 on Sunday. No one was seriously injured.

    A man arrested near to the scene has been charged with dangerous driving, driving whist disqualified, driving without insurance and failing to provide a specimen. He's due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court this afternoon.