Yorkshire Post

MPs to get vote as government defeated over right to trigger Brexit

News 4

Updated: Sheffield park sealed off after ‘serious sexual assault’

A cold, foggy, frosty start to the day in North Yorkshire. 
Picture: James Hardisty.

More travel delays expected as freezing fog returns

Dr Christian White runs Modern First Editions in Ilkley. Picture: Tony Johnson

Hard copy: 1 in 10 Yorkshire homes do not hold a single book

News 2

Leeds University lecturer ‘overheard by staff having sex in office’


YP Comment: Integral role of Brexit judges – and sovereign role of Parliament


Ministers accused of ‘ignoring’ calls for radical overhaul of flood defences


£160m investment in North ‘set to boost growth and close gap’

Politics 1

My love affair with a 1937 Rolls-Royce, by mechanic Bob

Yorkshire director of cricket Martyn Moxon (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Yorkshire to be patient over Peter Handscomb’s possible Australian duty


Team of the Week: Barnsley, Huddersfield Town and Doncaster Rovers players to the fore - but who else is in?

Hull City's Ryan Mason.
 Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Hull City’s Ryan Mason sets out on long road to recovery

Hull City
James Hanson celebrates scoring for Bradford City (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Definitely goals here for James Hanson, predicts Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder


Barnsley’s ‘strong unit’ will be fine if Conor Hourihane leaves, says Josh Scowen

Barnsley FC

Hull City seek to strike right balance in second leg with Manchester United

Hull City

Scott Allan eventually impresses to improve chances of staying at Rotherham United

Rotherham United 1

Hull City strengthen further with Liverpool’s Lazar Markovic

Hull City

Football Today: News, transfer gossip & more - Hanson set for Sheffield Untied | Former Leeds star McCormack set for move | On this day | Quote of the weekend


Now spell out Brexit timetable, business leaders urge

File photo dated 28/01/15 of a BT infinity router, as the telecoms giant warned on profits after saying it expects to take a �530 million hit from the fallout of accounting irregularities at its Italian division, up from a previous estimate of �145 million. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday January 24, 2017. BT said, following an independent review of the business by KPMG, the "extent and complexity of inappropriate behaviour in the Italian business were far greater than previously identified". See PA story CITY BT. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

BT shares plunge after warning on profits

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Top translation company entrepreneur to speak at Fastest 50 awards

File photo issued by Dixons Carphone Plc of their Oxford Street store, as the electricals and mobile phones giant hailed its fifth year in a row of Christmas sales growth after luring in shoppers with "ground-breaking" deals. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday January 24, 2017. The group said it notched up a 6% surge in like-for-like sales across stores in the UK and Ireland over the 10 weeks to January 7, although 4% of this was thanks to sales transferred from closed stores.  Photo: Dixons Carphone/PA Wire

Dixons Carphone ‘outperformed the market’ during festive period


Easyjet’s shares fall after warning over weaker pound and higher fuel prices


Benchmark’s year of investment starts to yield results


UK lacks ‘adequate’ resolution system for SMEs with complaints about banks, says FCA’s chief executive

Business 1

Safestyle set to raise prices after sterling collapse

Changing climate: Our planet is warming and much of the evidence suggests it is man-made. (PA).

Global climate warning as the world gets warmer

View overlooking Page Hall, Sheffield. Photo by Dan Hobson.

One in six Roma students excluded from school in Sheffield

News 26
Partridge breast with apricot, pistachio, spring onion. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Restaurant review: Vice & Virtue, Leeds

Dining Out
Grange Hill and Brookside creator Phil Redmond who is also the driving force behind UK City of Culture. Picture by Stephanie de Leng.

Phil Redmond: From Grange Hill to UK City of Culture via a body under the patio