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Weather warning: Yorkshire to be hit with severe thunderstorms over Bank Holiday weekend

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The Yorkshire Food & Drink Show

Hundreds of food stalls, cocktails and cookery demonstrations at Yorkshire Food & Drink Show 2017

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20 October 2003...Leeds General Infirmary in Great George Street, Leeds. Story Jim  Seton.

Yorkshire hospital sites on ‘high alert’ after UK terror threat level raised

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Security has been upgraded across London ahead of a big weekend of sport.

Extra armed police drafted in to make weekend sporting events 'hostile to terrorists'

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Queen talks to Harrogate girl about 'wicked' attack as she visits hospital treating Manchester wounded

Homefront

Eight suspects aged between 18 and 38 now being held in Manchester bomb probe

Crime

Armed police are patrolling trains for the first time in UK history

Homefront

Bill Carmichael: Terrorism – David Blunkett was right all along on extremist threat

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Theresa May: Strong and stable?

David Behrens: May’s care-less attack on her own core voters could hand Corbyn power

Opinion
Donald Trump and Theresa May speak at the G7 summit

May tells G7 Syria fighters must face justice

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the Archbishop of York was among religious and political leaders at Tuesday's vigil in Manchester following the terrorist attack.

John Sentamu: Manchester – act of hate defeated by outpouring of love

Opinion
Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during a vigil in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall.

Tom Richmond: Use pause for reflection to drag election out of gutter

Opinion
theresa May, addressing Tory candidates, including Ed Young, in York.

Ed Young: Let’s show some ambition for York so great railway city is not left in sidings

Opinion

YP Comment: Region’s debt to police officers. Respecting those who protect us from terrorists

Opinion

Election round-up: National campaigning returns

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Lord Prescott defends calls for foreign policy rethink as he warns of a backlash against military intervention

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the Archbishop of York was among religious and political leaders at Tuesday's vigil in Manchester following the terrorist attack.

John Sentamu: Manchester – act of hate defeated by outpouring of love

Opinion
Hundreds of people gathered this afternoon to release bunches of balloons in memory of Sheffield hero Kelly Brewster, who died in the Manchester terror attack earlier this week.

'She'll always be a hero in everybody's hearts' - Hundreds gather to remember bomb blast victim Kelly Brewster

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A Sheffield dad has been jailed after the 12-year-old girl that he met online, and subsequently attempted to groom, turned out to be an undercover police officer.

Sheffield dad jailed for attempting to groom 12-year-old girl who turned out to be undercover police officer

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Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during a vigil in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall.

Tom Richmond: Use pause for reflection to drag election out of gutter

Opinion

YP Comment: Region’s debt to police officers. Respecting those who protect us from terrorists

Opinion

Sheffield programme seller sacked by club for racially abusing police officer at football match

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Leeds man jailed for 21 years after raping schoolgirl in Bradford

Crime

Man jailed after knife attack in Bradford left victim with life-changing injuries

Crime

More than 300 miles of roadworks are lifted this Bank Holiday

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Smart motorways without a hard shoulder for broken down vehicles have prompted a safety debate.

YP Letters: Not so smart if you fail to inform motorists

Opinion 1

Malton drivers urged to swap their vehicles for electric cars to cut pollution in town centre

Transport 1
Leeds City Station was among the top five locations for child safeguarding incidents across the rail network.

Call for Leeds rail passengers to help protect vulnerable children

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The East Coast main line has been run byh both private and public operators in recent times.

YP Letters: Rail line shows benefits of public ownership

Opinion

Courtney Boyle: Police confirm Leeds Beckett University student died in Manchester terror attack

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Headteacher of struggling school to step down this week

Education
Mr Richard Sheriff, Headteacher of Harrogate Grammar School has confirmed that two students were injured in the Manchester Arena terror attack

Two Harrogate students injured in Manchester terror attack

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Are free tuition fees sustainable?

YP Letters: Are too many students going into higher education?

Opinion

David Behrens: May’s care-less attack on her own core voters could hand Corbyn power

Opinion
20 October 2003...Leeds General Infirmary in Great George Street, Leeds. Story Jim  Seton.

Yorkshire hospital sites on ‘high alert’ after UK terror threat level raised

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The Northern General Hospital is one of 27 trauma units across England to be put on alert to deal with a possible terror attack

Two Sheffield hospitals among 27 across England put on standby to deal with possible terror attack this weekend

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Martin Moorman and his son Jake have just completed the 450 mile Camino Way a year after Jake under went a 10 hour brain operation

Father and son complete 469 mile pilgrimage after life-saving brain op

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Is Tony Blair to blame for the GP crisis?

YP Letters: Turn clock back to cure sick NHS

Opinion
Sue Woodcock has enjoyed a busy week.

Wolds Diary: Vegetables in the garden as the weather turns warm

Environment
Spring in Ilkley

Weather warning: Yorkshire to be hit with severe thunderstorms over Bank Holiday weekend

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Malton drivers urged to swap their vehicles for electric cars to cut pollution in town centre

Transport 1
Alexis Jay in York. Picture: James Hardisty

Alexis Jay calls for Yorkshire victims to help with 'once-in-a-lifetime' chance to expose nation's child abuse evils

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Martin Moorman and his son Jake have just completed the 450 mile Camino Way a year after Jake under went a 10 hour brain operation

Father and son complete 469 mile pilgrimage after life-saving brain op

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Security has been upgraded across London ahead of a big weekend of sport.

Extra armed police drafted in to make weekend sporting events 'hostile to terrorists'

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Katie Hopkins has left LBC.

Controversial broadcaster Katie Hopkins to leave LBC 'immediately' following 'Final Solution' tweet

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David Behrens: May’s care-less attack on her own core voters could hand Corbyn power

Opinion
the Archbishop of York was among religious and political leaders at Tuesday's vigil in Manchester following the terrorist attack.

John Sentamu: Manchester – act of hate defeated by outpouring of love

Opinion
Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during a vigil in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall.

Tom Richmond: Use pause for reflection to drag election out of gutter

Opinion
theresa May, addressing Tory candidates, including Ed Young, in York.

Ed Young: Let’s show some ambition for York so great railway city is not left in sidings

Opinion
Graeme Bandeira's cartoon from the Yorkshire Post on Saturday.

Special report: 'Old models of mental health care must be changed in new landscape'

Health 1

Michelle Dewberry: Depression doesn’t discriminate, says woman who had it all

Health

Clarke Carlisle: ‘Nobody dreams mental illness will be a part of their life’

Health 3
Roger Moore, playing the title role of secret service agent 007, James Bond, is shown on location in England in 1972.

Roger Moore: From modelling knitting patterns in Yorkshire to 007

Obituaries

Sir Roger Moore dead: Family announce James Bond legend's passing in emotional statement

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Four generations of Doncaster's Cooke dynasty: Sir David Cooke, with his daughter Louise and granddaughter Rachel beneath a portrait of Sir Bryan Cooke in Doncaster's Mansion House. Sir Bryan was mayor of Doncaster in the 1800s and his body is laid to rest  in the Cooke crypt in All Saints Church, Arksey.

Col Sir David Cooke, 12th baronet in Doncaster dynasty

Obituaries
Jockeys wore black armbands at York racecourse on Thursday following the death of trainer Alan Swinbank the previous day. Picture: Mike Egerton/PA.

‘A grand man who will be badly missed’ - Ben Curtis leads tributes to Alan Swinbank

Horse Racing