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National minute's silence for victims of 7/7 bombings

A national minute's silence will be held at 11:30am to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings. The attacks killed 52 people and injured hundreds more.

Adrian Johnson, Stan Brewster and James Adams all died in the 7/7 bombings Credit: ITV News

Among those killed were Adrian Johnson from Sutton-in-Ashfield, Stan Brewster from Belper and James Adams from Peterborough.


Teachers lip sync 'I Really Like You' video for Year 11 leavers

Teaching and support staff from Highfields School in Matlock, Derbyshire have put together their annual end of year leaving video for their Year 11s.

This year they've chosen to lip sync the popular chart topper 'I Really Like You' originally sung by Carly Rae Jepsen.

Highfields say their students absolutely love the staff to get involved but believe the 'out-takes' which are yet to be seen, may be better than the actual video!


Detained man found dead in police cell

Derbyshire Constabulary has revealed that a man has died while being held in police custody.

Police reveal that a man has died in custody Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The 37-year-old man from Belper had been arrested on the afternoon of Friday June 26 and was taken to Chesterfield police station.

He was found collapsed in his cell at 7.10pm later that evening.

Police officers and paramedics attempted to resuscitate him but he was pronounced dead at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.

The death has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

Langley Mill Fire: Three men remanded into custody

The three men who appeared in court Credit: Court Artist / Priscilla Coleman

Three men have appeared in court after they were charged with the murder of three people who died in a flat fire in Derbyshire.

All three defendants have appeared before a district judge at Chesterfield Magistrates Court and were remanded into custody.

They will next appear at Nottingham Crown Court on Monday.

Derby residents to raise concerns with Police and county Crime Commissioner

Derby residents will be able to put their concerns to Police. Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Derby residents will be able to put their concerns about local policing to representatives of the county's Police and Crime Commissioner today.

It's part of a new effort by Derbyshire Constabulary to hear local views on policing in the county.

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