Police in Derby want to reassure the public after officers were seen wearing protective clothing while searching a property in the city.
Derbyshire Police say they received information about in a flat in Magnus Court and went to search the property. They took the decision to wear protective clothing in case of the discovery of harmful substances.
It followed the arrest of 36-year-old man elsewhere in the city on suspicion of producing and supplying drugs.
More than 15,000 people have signed an online petition in support of a flower stall holder who's been forced to move from his pitch in Derby city centre because of a new clothing shop.
Jonathan Foster has been in the same spot for 23 years, but was told by the Derby City Council that TK Max doesn't want him in front of its new shop. The retailer says that's not entirely the case. Chris Halpin reports.
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