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Summary

  1. Updates for Monday 27 June 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Tuesday

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By Euan Duncan

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Today's Local Live updates have come to an end. We will be back at 08:00 tomorrow.

Weather: Dry and clear overnight

Kaye Forster

Weather Presenter

It will stay dry overnight with some clear spells, so temperatures will slide into single figures in rural areas with a minimum of 8C (46F).

Weather temperatures for 10am on Tuesday June 28
BBC

A bright start tomorrow but the cloud will thicken up through the morning and there will be some showery rain by the afternoon. with highs of 17C (63F).

Full steam ahead ... the Flying Scotsman in Derbyshire

There was no mistaking it ... and there were plenty of photo opportunities to see the Flying Scotsman picking up steam in Derbyshire this weekend. 

The Flying Scotsman travelling through the Erewash Valley
Steve A

Our Weather Watcher Steve A took this photo in the Erewash Valley.

Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

These are the main stories today.

Police name man who died in Brexit trailer crash

Derby Telegraph

A man who died on the A38 after smashing into a stationary trailer advertising Brexit has been named.

Man jailed over social media sexual offences

BBC Radio Derby

A man's been jailed and added to the sex offenders' register for ten years after contacting young girls from Derbyshire on Facebook, police said.

David Warbrick, 51, from Lincolnshire, was sentenced to 28 months in prison.

He was arrested and charged last year with two counts of inciting a female under the age of 13 to engage in a sexual act.

Aberdeen sign Burton's O'Connor

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Former Burton Albion midfielder Anthony O'Connor has joined Aberdeen after being released by the Brewers.

Anthony O'Connor in action for Burton Albion
Pete Norton

Puppy sees off burglar

Burton Mail

A burglar who broke into a pub in Derbyshire and stole at least £2,000 has been chased off by a four-month-old puppy.

The Red Lion pub at Linton
Burton Mail

Van wrecked after gas canister explodes

This happened in Ilkeston earlier...

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Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

These are the top stories this afternoon.

Former PPCs call on Corbyn to resign

Jon Wheale, an ex-Labour Party PPC for Burton and Uttoxeter, and Jamie McMahon, in the same role for North West Leicestershire, are among 57 former parliamentary candidates to call for Jeremy Corbyn to quit as Labour leader.

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BBC marks Somme battle anniversary

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Green Hall in Belper used to be the family home of the Strutts, but was converted into a medical centre at the beginning of World War I.

Green Hall in Belper
BBC

To coincide with the 100th anniversary of the start of the battle of the Somme, BBC Radio Derby is bringing you five stories relating to the war this week.

Police seize off road bike

Might be a little quieter now in Chaddesden.

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Perkins resigns from shadow cabinet

Derbyshire Times

Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins has resigned as Shadow Armed Forces Minister as the row over Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party continues.

Historic train steams through Derbyshire

Here's a blast from the past ... the Flying Scotsman making its way through the Derbyshire countryside at the weekend en route to York.

Flying Scotsman at Dronfield
Michael Hardy

Landlady looking at sizeable loss over flooding

The trade this weekend alone is probably £4-5,000 and then you're talking about £7-£10,000 stock down the cellar. You've lost all that. You're talking thousands and thousands. I wouldn't be sure that I haven't lost £30,000 in the business."

Poppy Hornelandlady of Noah's Ark pub in Derby
Stairs down to the flooded cellar at Noah's Ark pub in Derby
BBC

Beer ruined as pub cellar floods

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

You'd think with those hefty barrels the beer would be fine when a pub floods but instead all the booze in the cellar goes to waste.

The barrels and bottles will be collected by the brewery and disposed of.

Noah's Ark pub in Derby after its cellar flooded
BBC

Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

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

Weather: Dry afternoon

Sara Blizzard

BBC Weather

This afternoon should stay dry with sunny spells and highs of 19C (66F).

Weather temperatures for Monday June 27 to Tuesday 28
BBC

Rain should hold off overnight too, with clear spells and lows of 12C (54F).

Water company apologises to flooded pub

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Severn Trent Water say it's sorry for the burst water main which caused the flood at the Noah's Ark pub in Derby.

The pub says it's been working to pump the water away and help businesses with their insurance claims.

Flooding from a burst water main in Derby city centre
BBC

Flooded pub set to remain shut for at least a week

The water may have receded somewhat but the pain goes on for the Noah's Ark, which is likely to remain closed for at least another week while flood damage is repaired.

Flooded cellar at Noah's Ark pub in Derby
BBC

Pub counts cost of cellar flood

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Bosses at the Noah's Ark says the business has lost around £30,000 this weekend after a burst water pipe completely flooded the cellar.

Flooded cellar at Noah's Ark pub in Derby
BBC

Flood problem for Noah's Ark

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Noah's Ark is flooded - but don't worry, the animals are safe.

Noah's Ark pub in Derby
Google

This is the Noah's Ark pub in Derby city centre which has been closed since Friday after a burst water main nearby completely swamped the cellar.  

Derbyshire wrap up Kent innings

Day two of Kent v Derbyshire is under way after a slightly delayed start. Kent were all out for 379 this morning.

Full commentary on BBC Radio Derby on 1116AM and the BBC Sport website.

Resignations trigger Labour reshuffle

All change in Labour's Shadow Cabinet with Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins one of 16 resignations over the past two days.

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Rams pair impress in defeat

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Away from politics, Derby County pair Jeff Hendrick and Richard Keogh (pictured) both impressed for the Republic of Ireland despite their exit from Euro 2016.

Richard Keogh
Getty Images

The Republic lost 2-1 to hosts France in Lyon yesterday.

Williamson critical of MPs 'undermining party'

Former Derby North MP Chris Williamson isn't happy with Labour politicians who have turned on Corbyn.

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Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Here's a recap of the main stories this morning.

Man's finger bitten off by dog

Derby Telegraph

A pet owner had his finger bitten off as he tried to stop his dog being savaged by an out-of-control Staffordshire bull terrier.

Listen: Former Derby North MP criticises Labour politicians

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Ex-Derby North MP Chris Williamson critical of resigning shadow Labour MPs

Police retrieve dogs from motorway

Two dogs seem to have had a lucky escape after running up a stretch of the M1.

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Corbyn cabinet exodus angers Williamson

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Former Derby North MP Chris Williamson said shadow ministers who've resigned over Corbyn's leadership have no place being a Labour MP.

Perkins says voters lack faith in Corbyn

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Toby Perkins says it would have been "a dereliction of duty to sit idly by" given what he's been hearing on the doorsteps of Chesterfield.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn
BBC

The shadow armed forces minister resigned from the post today because he wants Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to step down.

Threat to Labour Party leader "effective sabotage"

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Former Derby North MP Chris Williamson is a staunch supporter of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership and describes what's happening in the Labour Party currently as "effective sabotage".

Former Derby North MP Chris Williamson
BBC

Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Here are the main stories today.

  • Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins has become the latest shadow minister to resign
  • The Noah's Ark pub in Derby has been flooded
  • Cricket: Young bowler impresses for Derbyshire against Kent

Travel: Breakdown on A38 southbound

BBC Travel

A broken down vehicle has closed a lane on the A38 southbound at Burton after Clay Mills.

Weather: Dry and sunny today

Sara Blizzard

BBC Weather

Here's today's local weather forecast and fingers crossed we might be getting a day without rain. Good news for the tennis at Wimbledon.

Weather for the East Midlands on Monday 27 June.

Fading Corbyn enthusiasm prompted Perkins resignation

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

What's made Toby Perkins resign from his post as shadow armed forces minister?

Toby Perkins
BBC

In his resignation letter, Perkins said he'd been contacted by people who were originally enthused by Jeremy Corbyn's rise to power but now wanted him to persuade the Labour leader to step down.

Perkins joins Labour exodus

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Toby Perkins' departure comes after several shadow cabinet ministers quit yesterday in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.

Shadow foreign minister Diana Johnson and shadow civil society minister Anna Turley have also announced they are standing down this morning.

Good morning: Join us for today's live news coverage

Euan Duncan

BBC Local Live

Hi everyone. We'll start this morning with some breaking news - one of our local MPs has become the latest shadow cabinet minister to announce he's quitting his post.

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