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YP Letters: Nice work if you can get it on Sky’s cricket team

From: Edward Grainger, Botany Way, Nunthorpe, Middlesbrough.

Opinion
Time running out to sign up to event which could ensure your loved ones do not miss out

Time running out to sign up to event which could ensure your loved ones do not miss out

WHEN YOU put pen to paper to sign your last will and testament the expectation is that whatever assets or money you leave behind will safely transfer to your loved ones.

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Conal Gregory: Take out income protection to prevent things from unraveling

Far too many go to work taking an enormous risk: they have no protection if a long-term illness or disability stops them doing their job. With readily accessible savings at a low level, few appreciate the real problems that may arise.

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CPP Group HQ offices in York.

Finance director departs as CPP sees revenue fall

CPP Group announced that it is parting ways with its finance director as it reported a fall in group turnover.

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John Sutcliffe, chief executive, Henry Boot

Up to 1,500 people could find a home on iconic former factory site in York

UP to 1,500 people could be living around the site of an iconic Yorkshire chocolate factory by 2020, as the listed building becomes the heart of a major regeneration project.

Commercial Property
The site in Golcar where the tragedy happened. Image: Google Maps

LIVE INCIDENT: Worker crushed to death at West Yorkshire textile mill

An investigation has been launched into the death of a man who was reportedly crushed by a machine at a West Yorkshire textile mill.

Crime
Nicola Sturgeon addresses the Scottish Parliament during the debate on independence.

YP Letters: Folly of Scots subsidised by English cash

From: Gordon Lawrence, Sheffield.

Opinion
Linda Box forced a 200-year-old firm of Yorkshire solicitors into extinction by plundering its accounts of almost 4m.

Crooked lawyer forced 200-year-old Yorkshire solicitors out of business in £4m fraud

A CROOKED lawyer forced a 200-year-old firm of Yorkshire solicitors into extinction by plundering its accounts of almost FOUR MILLION pounds to fund her addiction to high living.
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York chamber boss tells politicians to “set aside rivalries” over devolution

York chamber boss tells politicians to “set aside rivalries” over devolution

Politicians have been urged to “set aside petty rivalries and come together for the greater good” over a devolution settlement for the region.

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Date: 23rd March 2017.
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Exterior of 3 Sovereign Square, Leeds, new 93,000 sq ft grade A office.

Order book strength boosts Kier

Construction firm Kier Group has seen its profits increase four per cent to £56.5 and revealed an order book of around £9bn at its interim results.

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Artist Ruth Spencer Jolly who composed 'European Unison' an ensemble written for 28 pianos, representing the members of the European Union and symbolising Brexit, following a preview of her work at Besbrode Pianos in Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday March 23, 2017. The composition tells the story of the EU from its birth to Brexit. The ensemble of pianos is a metaphor demonstrating "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

A piano composition for Brexit comes to Yorkshire

A Brexit-inspired piano composition will get its world premiere with a free public performance in Yorkshire.

Business
Flooding in Kirkstall Road.  27 December 2015.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Flood insurance fears for small businesses

Fears over extortionate insurance excesses on a main Leeds road heavily flooded by storms in late 2015 are continuing more than a year later – and could drive small businesses out, a meeting heard.

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More than 150 Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest branches are to close

Jobs hit as two banks close 150 branches - full Yorkshire details

More than 150 Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest branches are to close with hundreds of job losses.

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WYG's CEO Paul Hamer said the group's strategy to build a more broadly based business is starting to bear fruit

Project delays hit WYG's share price

SHARES IN project management consultancy WYG ​plunged 24 per cent after the group warned that project delays will hit profits in 2017.
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Safestyle said its market share has increased from 9.5 per cent to 10.2 per cent

Safestyle reports record results in 2016

Replacement window and door firm​ ​Safestyle​ UK​ ​​reported record sales and profits in 2016 and said it has offset higher costs following Brexit by raising prices.
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Next confirmed it had hiked prices by 4 per cent on average for the first half of the year

Next warns of a tough year ahead

​High street giant Next has revealed its first fall in annual profits for eight years as it was hit by sliding sales and warned that 2017 is set to be "another tough year".

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George Osborne, the former chancellor speaking in the House of Commons, London about his appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard.

Tom Richmond: Osborne’s dash for cash raises spectre of ‘sleaze’

THE Conservative Party in Tatton certainly knows how to pick candidates guaranteed to cause maximum embarrassment.

Opinion
Are payday loans a legacy of zero-hours contracts?

Jayne Dowle: Millions driven into clutches of payday lenders

HAVE you ever taken out a payday loan? I haven’t, but you might be surprised who has.

Opinion 1
Not enough is being done to tackle fuel poverty, says MP Gill Furniss.

Gill Furniss: Cuts that leave vulnerable out in the cold

WE are in a cold homes crisis, with more than four million households in fuel poverty across the UK. Across the country in 2014-2015, there were 43,900 excess winter deaths.

Opinion
Picture posed by models

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

ONE in four young people are pinning their hopes on an inheritance to get a foothold on the property ladder, research out today reveals.

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