Yorkshire Post

A minute’s silence and then back to work as Britain defies the terrorists


Seven arrested as police raid addresses in Birmingham and London linked to Westminster terror attack

News 1
Armed police in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attack at Westminster which exemplified the best and worst of humanity.

Nick Baines: From a Palace of democracy to an Abbey of prayer, the best and worst of humanity

Opinion 1
Flowers outside the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, after seven people were arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack.

LIVE: News and analysis as seven people are arrested in connection with the London terror attack


Thousands expected in Londonderry for funeral of Martin McGuinness

News 1

Yorkshire schools ‘blighted by ethnic segregation’

Education 1

Yorkshire ‘postcode lottery’ means patients must get fatter to have surgery

Health 1

One in four waiting for an inheritance before they can buy a house

Emergeny services outside the Palace of Westminster.

YP Comment: Why Britain will always stand firm against terror – direct attack on democracy

Opinion 3

Jayne Dowle: Millions driven into clutches of payday lenders

Jayne Dowle
Huddersfield Town owner Dean Hoyle

Great deal for Huddersfield Town fans even if they reach the top flight

Football 2
Geoffrey Boycott.

Yorkshire CCC gambling with club’s future, claims Geoffrey Boycott

Cricket 2

Muggleton delighted to throw York City a lifeline in survival fight

Non-League 2

Dortmund defeat is harsh lesson to learn as Podolski’s farewell goal denies England

Football 1

‘A joke’: Yorkshire chief blasts Lord’s over prize money in cricket

Cricket 2
Graphic: Graeme Bandeira.

Team of the Week: Leeds United, Bradford City and Sheffield United lead selection

Football 2

Dave Craven - Six Nations: English eyes should still be smiling despite loss to Ireland

Dave Craven
The Swift Group has delivered a large rise in full year profits and turnover

Swift Group reels in record sales

Yasmin Diamond, executive vice-president of global corporate affairs at InterContinental Hotels Group

Fake news has taken sinister twist, says executive

Sprint 70 in Hunslet, Leeds, which is now home to Kent Foods after Symington's moved out last year.

Former noodle factory snapped up by sugar firm

Jonathan Oxley

Worrying rise in staff on zero-hour contracts


Consumers still suffer from irresponsible lending, says Leeds debt charity boss

Personal Finance 1

UPDATED: Augean plans to keep growing by acquisition


Progeny taking Yorkshire expertise to capital


Billington delivers strong profit and revenue growth

Some of the UK's top banks allegedly processed around �600 million in a multibillion-pound Russian money-laundering scam

How UK’s biggest banks ‘laundered £600m of Russian cash’


Mark Casci: Row over National Insurance was last thing we needed as Article 50 looms

Faith story: Reverend Richard Coles, the former pop star who was ordained into the Anglican priesthood in 2005.  (Picture: Mike Prior).

Richard Coles - his journey from pop to pulpit

Harry Smith, 94, was in Hamburg when the war ended in 1945.

How songs and music brought hope in the dark days of the Second World War

Marianne McNamara who is director of Mikron Theatre Company.
2 February 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

All aboard Yorkshire’s only floating theatre company


Ultramarathons: In it for the long run


Stephanie Smith: The Replacement plays with women’s very real fears

Stephanie Smith