Yorkshire Post

Tragedy of Scarborough tot, killed by his coat hood on a door handle

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Millions on the brink of ruin as cost of living drives up debt

MILLIONS of households across Britain are battling critical levels of debts as record low interest rates have fuelled demand for personal loans and credit cards to the highest level in nearly a decade while families struggle to meet the rising cost of living.

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Junior Frood.

I don’t Belieb it! Leeds schoolboy shares stage with Justin Bieber in Sheffield

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John Roberts: The still unanswered questions at Kings Science Academy, the Government’s flagship free school where fraud scandal was ‘filed away’

THE fraud convictions and jail sentences at the Kings Science Academy are a damning indictment on the way the Government launched its free school policy.

Jane Beedle (right), Andrew Smyth and Candice Brown, who has been crowned champion of this year's Great British Bake Off.

Farewell GBBO, but Mary, Mel and Sue promise to be reunited on screen


After Ched Evans case, will rape victims get more protection in law?


‘Scheming husband’ killed wife and daughter outside swimming pool


Calls to reconsider £173.5m modern mass transport network in Leeds

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Robert Gerrard

Costa Del Stress: Most wanted drug suspect hands himself in because he can’t stand the pressure

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A third of people in Yorkshire and the Humber have admitted to sharing their online passwords with other people.

Cyber crime: A third of people in Yorkshire admit to sharing online passwords


Jayne Dowle: Families pay price when work never ends

Jayne Dowle
Jayne Dowle
Hull City's Ahmed Elmohamady (left) and Bristol City's Joe Bryan (right) battle for the ball during the EFL Cup, round of 16 match at Ashton Gate, Bristol. (Picture: PA)

All you need to know about EFL Cup draw, as Leeds United handed Liverpool trip, Hull get Newcastle

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Marco Silvestri was the shootout hero for Leeds United on Tuesday night.

Life under Monk at Leeds United - by Marco Silvestri

Rotherham United

Kenny Jackett is left to rue Rotherham United’s decision to loan out Richie Smallwood

Rotherham United

Hull City now in shape to tackle survival battle – Harry Maguire


Poll: Place your bets on Leeds United and Hull City in EFL Cup

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Bangladesh v England: Jonny Bairstow sets sights on overhauling Michael Vaughan’s Test record


Wood’s graft pays off after recall by injury-hit England

Rugby union
Luke Gale, pictured during a training session at Hunslets stadium yesterday, was part of the England team that defeated France at the weekend  (Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire).

Four Nations: Luke Gale eager to make up for lost time as he sweats over place

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Morrisons' performance

Morrisons to work directly with local growers in trials

Barclays reported a forecast-beating rise in third quarter profits

Barclays sets aside £600m for PPI amid bumper results

Debenhams has warned that demand for clothes was weak amid "uncertain trading conditions"

Debenhams profits tumble

wizard of aus: Zoe Hopkinson is to spend a week in Melbourne and a week in Sydney after invites from cake firms. Pictures: steve riding

Just fancy that, cake decorator heads to Australia


The Government reduces its Lloyds stake


Yorkshire Bank’s owner in rival bid


Lloyds sets aside another £1bn for PPI


Wrong number: Vodafone hit with £4m fine for failing to top up 10,000 PAYG accounts

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The former HQ of the Bradford and Bingley Building Society in Bingley.

£15bn assets from bailed-out Bradford and Bingley for sale

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Pride of Britain Awards. Dylan Graves, right, 12, who pushed his friend James Yeadon, left, 12, out of the way of a runaway car. Dylan has won the Child of Courage award after he suffered serious injuries James out of the path of a runaway car, bearing the brunt of the impact himself.

‘I would do it again,” says brave Dylan, 12, who was dragged under a cara after saving his friend’s life

History man: Sir Tony Robinson with a Roman Samian wine cup found at a dig in Castleford. (YPN).

Sir Tony Robinson: From Blackadder to Time Team and beyond...

Shows like Sex in the City celebrate female friendships, but they become increasingly hard to find the older you get.

Why is it so hard to make friends after you hit 30?

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Yorkshire cricket legend Dickie Bird is not in favour of third umpires. (picture: Tony Johnson).

It’s just not cricket. Are umpires facing future dismissal?

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