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The M1 motorway fully reopens after a lorry carrying batteries caught fire on a stretch in Derbyshire on Wednesday.

John Hess reflects on his time as political editor in the East Midlands.

The family of a Derbyshire teenager killed in a flat fire describe him as a "ball of sunshine".

Two women who believe their sister was killed in Goa say they have identified the man they believe is responsible.

A woman says she fears her mother would "not survive very long" if a care home is closed under county council proposals.

Bolsover MP Dennis Skinner and David Cameron clash at PMQs over miners' pensions with the Speaker having to intervene.

A Derbyshire man is questioned over allegations of indecent assault at a school in West Sussex during the mid-1970s.

The deaths of two women, including one from Derbyshire, on the M1 motorway in September last year was an accident, an inquest hears.

Water jets used to keep bulls at bay in Alfreton

Scott Chalkley and Sue Davey were killed in Sousse

Nottingham Forest sign Northern Ireland striker Jamie Ward following his exit from local rivals Derby County.

National League side Chester sign former Burton defender Ian Sharps on a one-year deal.

Burton Albion sign German striker Timmy Thiele from Borussia Dortmund's reserve side on a one-year contract.

England Under-17 manager John Peacock replaces Paul Simpson as Derby County's first-team coach.

Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford says Geraint Thomas has the potential to lead the team in a Grand Tour in future.

Versatile former Derby player Tom Naylor signs a two-year deal with Burton following his loan spell last season.

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BP has reached an $18.7bn (£12bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

A "No" vote in the Greek referendum on bailout terms will not provide Greece with an easy way out of its economic crisis, a key eurozone official says.

Weaker US employment figures and a fall in factory orders for May dampen expectations of an imminent interest rate rise.

The annual rate of house price growth slowed again last month, the Nationwide building society says, falling to a two-year low of 3.3%.

Dixons Carphone has signed a deal with US telecoms firm Sprint that will see it open and manage Sprint-branded stores in the US.

Facebook is to start sharing revenue from advertising with video creators.

Activity in the UK construction industry grew last month at its fastest pace since February, a survey suggests.

Spanish travel technology firm Amadeus agrees a deal to buy Navitaire, a subsidiary of consulting group Accenture, for $830m.

Sir Jon Cunliffe, the deputy governor of the Bank of England, tells the BBC Greece is in a "very dangerous situation", but says actions have been taken in the UK to prevent contagion.

Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, one of the world's richest people, says he will donate his entire $32bn fortune to charity.

John Lewis says it will start charging to use its click and collect service, where customers buy goods online and pick them up in store.

Current accounts have become the number one target for financial fraudsters in the UK, according to data company Experian

A range of robots are on display at the Innorobo event in France, including the most advanced domestic robot to go on sale to the public.

Norwegian mayonnaise maker Orkla signs a deal to use a non-stick coating in its food products.

This year for Muslims in Indonesia there's a new enterprise: mobilising motorcycle taxis for food delivery is giving people more options to break their fast.

A pair of young designers explain how they have developed a technique to make furniture from the waste product of 3D printing.

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A report by the fund amounted to an indictment of the way Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has governed the country since taking office in January.

The cash-and-stock deal includes the assumption of $500 million in debt and would bolster Centene’s presence in the Western United States.

The Spanish-language broadcaster, which owns the networks Univision and Galavisión, did not say how many shares it intended to sell in the offering.

Yanis Varoufakis’s comment is the starkest sign yet that the government is likely to be reshuffled or could even fall should a yes vote prevail.

Yanis Varoufakis’s comment is the starkest sign yet that the government is likely to be reshuffled or could even fall should a yes vote prevail.

European leaders have been saying distinct — sometimes directly contradictory — things about whether there’s still a bailout deal on the table, and whether they want Greece to hold its referendum.

Industry groups say provisions could be used to force companies to allow third-party access to systems, provide encryption keys or even hand over source code.

The lender said that it would no longer provide certain services to most of its clients outside those countries, and that it would refer them to the French bank BNP Paribas.

Sub-Saharan Africa’s power generating capacity amounts to less than South Korea’s, and a quarter of it is unproductive at any given moment because of the continent’s aging infrastructure.

Greece’s fate rests on a hard-to-understand question about an economic program that no longer exists.

A confluence of factors built up the island’s debt: tax exemption, the use of bonds to plug budget holes, and supposed ironclad guarantees.

The deal will combine two large providers of property and casualty insurance and comes as insurers are looking to increase their scale and product mix.

Any new bailout deal between the country and its creditors is likely to include harsher austerity measures based on an increasingly grim economic outlook, analysts said.

The insurers hope to cross-sell each other’s products, but extra revenue and savings don’t always materialize as planned.

In a letter to the country’s creditors, the Greek prime minister said Athens was “prepared to accept” a deal with some modifications on contentious points like pension cuts and tax increases.

Andreessen Horowitz says there is cause for concern at the rapid increase in tech start-ups with high values, but the recent exuberance in Silicon Valley differs from that of the dot-com era.

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