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Fresh call to scrap Humber Bridge charges

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A general view of Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo

Rangers ruling ‘could have negative impact on Yorkshire businesses’

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Bill Halbert the CEO of KCOM Group

UPDATED: KCOM enjoys ‘encouraging’ start to new financial year

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Croda announce acquisition of Swedish firm

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JCT600 wins national award for its digital customer experience offering

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Lloyds offers £10m in compensation to customers affected by HBOS fraud scandal

Business

Greg Wright: Millions should not have to face pension inequality

Opinion

Vodafone revenues fall as price competition hits Indian business

Business
Saphieh Ashtiany, the equality and employment lawyer

Women who take maternity leave feel disadvantaged, leading lawyer warns

Business

Blackfriar: Retailers face a mixed future due to Brexit fallout

Members of the Tricoya consortium formed to build, fund and operate the world's first wood chip acetylation plant at Saltend Chemicals Park. Pictured left to right: Mark Jones OBE (Hull City Council), Akira Kirton (BP Ventures), Pierre Lasson (Tricoya Technologies Ltd), Gerard Britchfield (Medite Europe DAC), Paul Clegg (Accsys Technologies) and Nigel Dunn (BP Chemicals).

New £60m wood chip factory underway

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The former Kirklees College site on New North Road in Huddersfield.

Developer reveals plans for former college

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Council snaps up three more industrial units covering 100,000 sq ft

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Victoria Gate, Leeds

Inward investment from Victoria Gate to top £82.5m

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Odeon major tenant as work on Thorpe Park retail project starts

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City centre retail market ‘strong’

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Foreign investment set to grow in Yorkshire despite Brexit

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Tim Ward, chief executive, QCA

Why are we tinkering with corporate governance?

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Areas around Boston, Providence and New York are seen as the most accessible bases for UK firms heading to the States

Trade mission boosts Yorkshire firms

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Germany and Poland next week with their young children George and Charlotte.

YP Letters: So much more for Royals to visit in Germany than war memorials

Opinion 1
Michael Gove. Pic: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Gove denies 'bung' claim over Conservative's £1bn DUP deal

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Chancellor Philip Hammond warned earlier this week that voters are weary of austerity - but he cna't allow consumer borrowing to spiral out of control.

Greg Wright: Get a grip on runaway credit or we face a second crash

Opinion 2
At 28, Neil Moles led the MBO of Lawrence Scoffield

PROFILE: Crusader for transparency in world of wealth management

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Theresa May can be confident of keeping her job (for the time being)

Bad news ahead for Brenda from Bristol

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Rate increase could destroy almost 80,000 businesses, expert warns

Business

Animalcare expands into Europe with transformational deal

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Brexit remains divisive, says survey of Yorkshire’s SMEs

Markets 2

Time is not right for interest rate rise, says Carney

Markets 1

YP Letters: Why it’s not so easy to donate to a good cause

Opinion
File photo of a person carrying a Marks and Spencer carrier bag near Marble Arch, London, as the retail giant reported an improvement in its under-pressure clothing arm as the timing of Easter helped narrow sales falls. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday July 11, 2017  Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Late Easter helps M&S boost clothing arm

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Head of Flowers Tim Woodhouse Photo: Jon Super/PA Wire

Meet the man who provides Morrisons with flower power

Retail
Dave Lewis of Tesco

Tesco urges watchdog to speed up probe

Retail
the big eat: Simon Robinson and Ben Jones, directors and co-owners of Holy Molys Deep South Kitchen, with with one of their 8lb challenge gator burgers.

Holy Moly to take diners into Deep South

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Date: 3rd May 2016.
Picture James Hardisty.
Launch of a new Leeds Beckett University and Yorkshire Post Newspapers partnership within the digital hub, Leeds. Pictured James Mitchinson, Editor of The Yorkshire Post, Katie Rigarlsford, Enterprise and Innovation Manager for Leeds Beckett University, Mark Casci, Yorkshire Post Business Editor, and Fran Parkinson. Enterprise & Innovation Hub Operations Manager, with digital hub users looking on in the new Digital Hub Enterprise and Innovation Academy at Yorkshire Post Newspapers, Leeds.

Digital Hub companies join forces

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Sarah Burgan, who has set up a clothing company inspired by tattoos called Fulwood London.
12th July 2017.
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

Tattoo designs without the ink proving a hit

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David Davis, Encore Cistern. Pic: Adrian Sherratt

Firm that aims to be flushed with success

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Concorde is unwrapped in its new location at a hanger in Bristol. Picture: SWNS

Britain needs a new Concorde moment to show eye on future

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The Moscone Center in San Francisco

Mark Casci: Direct route to Silicon Valley no good if it takes three hours to cross the Pennines.

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Carolyn Black

Focus on value exporters should protect investors from Brexit effects

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