Nottinghamshire MP Anna Soubry has said she is 'not sure' whether she would attend to listen to Donald Trump speak if he were to address parliament.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, she also added that he acts like a 'spoilt child' who 'craves attention'.
A 16-year-old boy has died after a collision between a car and a moped in Nottinghamshire on Friday night.
Officers were called at 10.10pm to reports of the collision.
Lewis Crouch, 16, of Mansfield Woodhouse died as a result the incident.
Peafield Lane remained closed as investigations into the serious collision continued, and was reopened at around noon today.
Investigators believe another vehicle may have seen collision and are appealing to the driver to come forward as they could have important information.
Nottinghamshire Police asks any witnesses to call 101 quoting incident number 930 of 3 February 2017 with any information that may be of interest.
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An investigation is underway after a fire at a derelict building in Nottingham.
20 firefighters tackled the blaze on the A610 Alfreton Road overnight. The road remains closed this morning as crews clear up the area.
This involves a building of two floors and crews are currently using breathing apparatus and jets - please avoid if possible! (2/2)
Officers searching for missing man Sammad Ali in Nottinghamshire have found a body.
The 33-year-old has been missing since 13 November 2016. He was thought to be making his way home from Collygate Road but never arrived.
Police recovered a man’s body from the River Trent at Hoveringham on Monday afternoon (30 January).
Formal identification has not yet taken place. A police investigation is underway, however officers are not treating the death as suspicious at this time.
New laws have been used for the first time in Nottinghamshire to convict a man for throwing drugs into Nottingham prison.
21-year-old Louis Denham carried out ‘throw overs’ into the prison from Edingley Square, which is just a few yards away.
New legislation introduced in 2015 under the Serious Crime Act made it an offence to throw packages into a prison and criminalises throwing new psychoactive substances into prison grounds in an attempt to supply drugs.
Denham pleaded guilty at Nottingham Crown Court to two counts of supplying psychoactive substances and sentenced to 16 months in prison on Thursday 26 January 2017.
In August last year, 10 cigar-sized packets containing drugs were found close to the prison’s perimeter fence. Denham was spotted nearby and arrested.
A 90-year-old man on trial accused of historical child sexual abuse at a former boy's school says the allegations are 'all lies'.
Our reporter Charlotte Cross is in court:
Dennis Young,accused of historical child sexual abuse at a residential children's home in Notts, says allegations are "all lies" @itvcentral
Upon learning of the claims, Young said he was "astounded". "I done my best for those lads. I don't deserve all this," he said. @itvcentral
Dennis Young is charged with seven counts of indecent assault on a male under 14 at Skegby Hall near Sutton-in-Ashfield in Nottinghamshire almost 60 years ago.
Dennis Young denies the charges. The trial continues.
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Police are appealing for information after a masked man attempted to rob a bank in Mansfield.
The man thought to be in his early 20s went into a Lloyds Bank in Church Street and passed a note to a cashier demanding money. He left empty-handed and was caught on CCTV cameras running up White Hart Street.
It happened on Friday January 27 at around 2.40pm.
The man is described light skinned of mixed race origins, 5ft 7ins-tall, wearing dark clothing with a hooded top.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.