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Broadband customers are paying a penalty for their loyalty, with providers increasing bills by more than 100 a year when initial deals end, a charity has warned.

Warning: How your broadband supplier could be stinging its loyal customers

Customers who receive a poor service from their landline or broadband provider could be in line for automatic compensation as part of new proposals.

Compensation payments could soon be paid for poor broadband or landline service

British astronaut Tim Peake with the Russian Soyuz capsule which carried him and his crew to and from the International Space Station. Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Media museum’s ambition to take on the world

Medical research could be jeopardised by Brexit, warns MP Judith Cummins.

Judith Cummins: Universities face challenge on Brexit

Opinion 1
Bradford University is hosting the first World Technology Universities Congress this week.

Professor Brian Cantor: Harnessing power of our universities

Police advice has been issued to relatives of dementia sufferers

Landmark study could offer hope of early diagnosis for Alzheimer’s patients in Yorkshire


Rare Tyrannosaurus rex skull puts Seattle Museum a-head of the game

News 2

Mobile phone ‘drive-safe’ mode could limit fatal distractions


New Alzheimer’s drug slows brain deterioration for the first time

Philip Jordan of Ward Hadaway

Yorkshire’s Fastest 50 in full: A year of surprises

Gavin Maddison

Fastest 50: Take stock and draw up a shareholders’ agreement

The Yorkshire Post's Greg Wright speaking at the Fastest 50 Awards event

Fastest 50: View from the top... in quotes

Harmajinder Hayre

Fastest 50: Mind the gap... gender pay reports are on the agenda

DRAFT PLANS: Kevin Weston says commercial property landlords must ensure they are up to scratch on energy efficiency.

Fastest 50: Better not lose out on energy

Andrea Dyer

Fastest 50: Look to family law to safeguard future generations

RELATIVE VALUES: Andrew Evans says it is important for those running a family business to have a will in place.

Fastest 50: How to protect your business


Fastest 50: Working solutions can still be found post-Brexit


Fastest 50: Just getting on with business


Fastest 50: Apprenticeships mean business as revolution looms


Fastest 50: A new digital law unto itself

Tesco has been fined 129m.

Tesco fined £129m but avoids prosecution over accounting scandal

M&S will be offering a crate of beer especially for Mother's Day.

Would your mum fancy a case of beer for Mother's Day?

Money expert Martin Lewis gives his advice on hunting down the cheapest train tickets.

Martin Lewis: Expert tips on how to find the cheapest train fares

News 1
British Land, joint owner of Meadowhall in Sheffield, has submitted a detailed planning application to Sheffield City Council for a �300 million Meadowhall Leisure Hall.

Leisure hall plans could create 1,400 jobs at Meadowhall, says British Land


Sir Philip Green should ‘face up to the evil he has done to BHS’ - Frank Field

News 2

That 5p charge will eventually see us using six billion fewer single-use plastic bags this year