YP Letters: Victoria Gate is legacy of decades of forward planning in Leeds

From: Peter Spawforth, Past President of British Council of Shopping Centres and Yorkshire and the Humber Association of Civic Societies.

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Nuisance calls to the elderly must be a criminal offence, says Greg Wright. Do you agree?

Greg Wright: Cold calling the elderly is not a ‘nuisance’ but a nightmare. What are MPs going to do?

EVIL can assume many forms.

Opinion 1
James Sproule, chief economist at the Institute of Directors

It will be a slog but Britain will get through Brexit, says top economist

Britain will get through Brexit but it will be a slog, according to one of Britain’s leading economists.

Leeds Building Society boosts flexible mortgage options

Leeds Building Society boosts flexible mortgage options

Mortgage hunters will be able to access a flexible loan term after the Leeds Building Society introduced a new dea

Leeds West Labour MP Rachel Reeves.

Shock new savings stats “absolutely” show North-South divide, Leeds MP says

A Leeds MP has said that new figures which reveal that half of Yorkshire’s workers have less than £100 in savings “absolutely” show a North-South divide.

England manager Sam Allerdyce.

Five things you need to know in Yorkshire’s news today

If you didn’t read the paper this morning - we’ve got you covered. Here are today’s top stories.

Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryan Air

City chiefs criticise PM’s Brexit stance

Some of the City’s biggest hitters have delivered a withering critique of Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations ahead of the 100 day anniversary of Britain’s decision to quit the European Union.

Can anything be done to stop cold calling?

YP Letters: The scourge of the ‘cold callers’ has made me frightened

From: Mrs Margaret Whitaker, East Yorkshire.

A public inquiry will now be held into the Battle of Orgreave during the Miners' Strike.

YP Comment: Orgreave: Now for the truth... Yorkshire Post revelations prompt inquiry

IF it wasn’t for The Yorkshire Post’s investigative journalism, the case for a fresh inquiry into the police’s handling of the totemic ‘Battle of Orgreave’ in the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike would not have been so overwhelming that it was acceded to by Home Secretary Amber Rudd within hours of her meeting justice campaigners.

Tata has slumped to a net loss of 31.8bn rupees (GBP358m) for the quarter to June amid continued uncertainty over its UK operations.

Yorkshire steelworker warns of low morale as Tata loses £358m

STEELWORKERS have warned of a continuing crisis in their industry as Indian giant Tata slumped to a net loss of £358m for the quarter to June amid continued uncertainty over its UK operations.

Markets 1
Tougher action is needed against firms which don't heed regulations on 'cold calling'.

Greg Wright: Jail threat will make nuisance callers hang up

ONCE your home was the place of greatest safety.

It's a smart move for students to plan their financial future Photo: PA

Conal Gregory: How to avoid building up a huge debt pile during university years

Miss the right student deal now and a helpful hand through college will disappear. With the new academic year only days away, banks and building societies are making some of their best offers ever, keen to capture as many new students as possible and retain those already signed up.

Personal Finance

Capital Markets: ‘Times are challening but there are opportunities to invest’

The vote to leave the EU caught financial markets and most pundits by surprise. Markets have reacted quite violently, but not entirely in the way that was generally expected.

Leeds came fifth in the list of the nation's most affluent cities

Leeds hits rich list but leaves region divided

EVERY region in Britain is more prosperous than last year with Leeds ranking as one of the most affluent cities in the country, although Yorkshire is languishing as one of the poorest parts of the nation, a new report shows.

Many ethical investors are keen to support wind farms  Photo: Ben Curtis/PA Wire

Conal Gregory: Different shades of green for ethical investors

Many savers like the concept of taking an ethical stance to which sustainability and environmental elements are often added.

Jeremy Corbyn joins rail unions at London Bridge station this morning to protest at the latest increase in fares.

Rail fares have risen twice as fast as wages in six years - and they’re going up ANOTHER 2%

RAIL fares have increased twice as fast as wages since 2010, new figures have shown, as ministers today announced another hike in prices of nearly two per cent.

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The rate of CPI inflation rose in July, according to the ONS

Higher fuel prices and dearer used cars drive inflation higher

Inflation rose to a higher-than-expected 0.6% last month as the increasing cost of motor fuels and second-hand cars drove up transport prices.

Markets 1
Jeremy Corbyn's leadership is a throwback to the industrial unrest of the 1970s.

Andrew Vine: Rail strikes rekindle memories of unmourned decade

NOSTALGIA is supposed to create a warm glow. But the variety currently on show is pretty chilling.

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