Yorkshire Post

Shotgun 'disguised as walking stick' among 120 weapons handed in to police stations in Yorkshire

News
The majority of affected cases relate to drug-driving charges.

Forensics data tampering scandal affecting all Yorkshire forces hits over 10,000 cases

News
Staveley was present at United's 1-1 draw with Liverpool

Yorkshire’s Amanda Staveley ‘closer to £300m deal for Newcastle United’

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Taxpayers in rural Yorkshire hundreds of pounds a year worse off due to council funding ‘lottery’

News

Andrew Vine: Budget is a chance to turbocharge the Northern Powerhouse

Opinion

Weather warning: Yorkshire told to expect heavy rain and strong winds

Environment

Ann Maguire inquest: Jury considers conclusions about Leeds school murder

Crime
War story: Benedict Cumberbatch as Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing in the film The Imitation Game. (PA/Studio Canal).

The Leeds warship that helped break the Enigma code

Analysis
Attendees line the Mall as they watch ceremonies to swear in Donald Trump on Inauguration Day on January 20, 2017. Picture: National Science and Media Museum

Exhibition reveals how despite Donald Trump’s claims, untruths have been spread for many decades

News
Paul Coutts in action for Sheffield United against Burton on Friday night. Fans reaction to the win was subdued after the midfielder suffered a broken leg (Picture: Simon Bellis/Sportimage).

Sheffield United v Fulham: We have genuine connection with fans, says Blades boss Wilder

Sheffield United 1
YING AND YANG: Chris Wilder, Darren Ferguson and Paul heckingbottom have managed to combine old and new coaching styles in their bid for success on the pitch.

Leon Wobschall: Old school bosses not afraid to embrace forward-thinking technological methods

Football
RETURN? Shaun Marsh, in County Championship action for Yorkshire this summer. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

Recalled Australian Marsh ‘would be good signing’, says Yorkshire captain Ballance

Yorkshire 2
Kevin Brown gets checked by medical staff after a heavy tackle during Sunday's quarter-final win against Papua New Guinea. Picture: Brendon Ratnayake/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ

England name unchanged squad for World Cup semi-final against Tonga

Rugby league

Beating Middlesbrough boosts Leeds United ahead of tough task

Leeds United

Team of the Week: Leeds United, Sheffield United and Barnsley well-represented - but who else makes our latest YP starting XI?

Football

Millwall v Hull City: Slutsky has big calls to make over Tigers’ line-up

Hull City

Barnsley v Cardiff City: Potts is pleased panic is over for Tykes

Barnsley FC
Yorkshire and England's Bill Athey in action

Ashes 2017-18: Brisbane Test will once again prove to be pivotal - Bill Athey

Cricket

Comment - Ashes 2017-18: Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow headline intriguing Yorkshire subplot to the Ashes

Chris Waters
David Duffy the CEO for Yorkshire Bank, pictured their offices at Briggate, Leeds..14th December 2015 Picture by Simon Hulme

UPDATED: Yorkshire Bank delivers profit surge boosted by SME lending

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Paula Dillon, President of Leeds Chamber Commerce.

New Chamber of Commerce boss Dillon calls for far more women in STEM jobs

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EasyJet

Profits drop dramatically at easyJet

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Yorkshire SME confidence ‘at eight year high’ - economist

News

Halifax’s Piece Hall ranks among the world’s great attractions, says new CEO

Business

DFS bid to acquire Sofology cleared by regulators

News

Selco to create 50 jobs in York at new site

News
Bonmarche customers have welcomed the retailer's new ranges

Bonmarché profits on the rise following online sales surge

News

Mark Casci: How the once mighty Budget speech is now an exercise in going through the motions

Armando Iannucci, who will be at the Kings Hall, Ilkley, on Tuesday.

Armando Iannucci: The music behind the satire

Analysis
Changing times: Jenni Murray is among 46 prominent figures that contributed to Goodbye Europe, published this week. (Picture: Charlotte Graham).

Jenni Murray: When Europe meant hope

Analysis
Former Hull West and Hessle MP Alan Johnson is forging a new literary career. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Alan Johnson - from postman to political heavyweight and a true man of letters

Analysis

How otters came home to the Peak District

Analysis

Catherine Scott: Why I wish I had said #metoo years ago

Catherine Scott