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'We are so sorry that we couldn't save you': Charlie Gard's parents pay tribute as fight comes to an end

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Protesters outside the court supporting Charlie Gard's family

The full and powerful statement by Charlie Gard's mum

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L-R) Lee Walls, Malcolm Reeves, Matthew Lucas and Matthew Loosemore are all accused of participating in the filming of naked sunbathers while employed as members of a South Yorkshire Police helicopter crew

South Yorkshire Police helicopter had 'clear view of couple having sex in range of positions on patio', court told

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Ministers announced they were scrapping plans to electrify the  Midlands mainline last week

Government’s commitment to Northern Powerhouse called into question as ministers accused of backing Crossrail 2 ‘at expense’ of rest of UK

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Mark Casci: Government credibility will be shattered if it breaks its promises on northern transport links

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Ben Needham's mum fears 'massive cover up' after human blood found on sandal

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Teenagers arrested as investigation continues into vandalism of historic North Yorkshire Moors Railway

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'I had an urge to kill him': Teenager brutally murdered stepdad with hammer and knife then joked about it

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Hundreds of cyber attacks on Yorkshire public services

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Bill Carmichael: Bloated salaries expose BBC’s basic flaws

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Antony Calvert, Conservative parliamentary candidate for Wakefield with Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, at Wakefield Kirkgate Station, one month before the election.

Mark Casci: Government credibility will be shattered if it breaks its promises on northern transport links

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Ministers announced they were scrapping plans to electrify the  Midlands mainline last week

Government’s commitment to Northern Powerhouse called into question as ministers accused of backing Crossrail 2 ‘at expense’ of rest of UK

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Gridlocked traffic on Leeds Road.

Workplace ‘parking tax’ plan for Leeds - but would it stop you driving in to work?

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Fraud and cyber crime are the most prevalent type of crime in the country.

Louise Haigh: Cyber crime complacency has to end

Opinion
Prime Minister Theresa May is in a substantially weakened position following the election. (PA).

Chris Moncrieff: An uphill task for the PM after her walking holiday

Opinion
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is in the US this week for trade talks. (PA).

YP Comment: New ‘special relationship’ - Trade talks begin with the US

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Jayne Dowle: Decision to raise the state pension age is terrifying

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YP Letters: Thatcher’s policies transformed the UK’s fortunes

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YP Letters: Whole-region devolution is best choice

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Elizabeth Peacock: Rethink required on public-sector pay

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Andy Koss: Long wait for answers to keep lights on after Brexit

Opinion
A Doncaster man who harassed his former partner and verbally abused her in front of their young son has escaped a prison sentence.

Doncaster man given community order for harassing former partner

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A Sheffield drug addict has been jailed for just under three years after he admitted to stealing from a student house and a council building during a stealing spree.

Sheffield thief targeted student house and council building during stealing spree

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A callous career criminal, who embarked on a Sheffield stealing spree during which he targeted charity boxes and hospitals just hours after being released from prison for similar offences, has been put behind bars once again.

Callous career criminal jailed for going on Sheffield stealing spree hours after prison release

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A 64-year-old Doncaster man has been given a suspended prison sentence, after he was found guilty of sexually abusing a child in the town during the 1960s.

Doncaster man given suspended sentence for sexually abusing child in 1960s

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Residents being warned of post scam in Huddersfield

Crime

Graffiti sprayed on ruins of medieval Sandal Castle

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Gun fired at two men from vehicle in Huddersfield in 'targeted attack'

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Discovery of cannabis plants in Malton leads to police caution and warning

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Colour run fun in aid of hospice

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Leeds Bradford Airport launches unique 'travel bucket list' flights to Arctic city

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Bus firm is called to public inquiry

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The merits of HS2 has divided public opinion.

YP Letters: HS2 so much more than a vanity project

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The planned upgrade of the main line connecting Sheffield to London has been scrapped, sparking widespread criticism. (JPress).

YP Comment: Rail users are betrayed again - Broken promise on £500m plan

Opinion

School bill hell: average parent spends £64,000

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New broom takes over as report reveals gap in school standards

Education
Callum, left and Joshua, right, both 14, have been threatened with isolation at the school due to their 'extreme youth culture' hairstyles

Parents' fury after Leeds school pupils threatened with isolation for 'extreme youth culture' hairstyles

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Is scrapping tuition fees the best answer? (PA).

Martin Raby: Scrapping fees is not best value for education

Opinion

Academics forecast 35 deaths a day from alcohol related illness

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Family photo of Charlie Gard

Charlie was our warrior, but we lost our battle for him

Health
Dentists in Beverley, East Yorkshire, are not accepting new NHS patients, according to an MP

Concerns flagged up as people ‘told to travel miles’ for NHS dentist

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Protesters outside the court supporting Charlie Gard's family

The full and powerful statement by Charlie Gard's mum

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Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard's parents end legal fight for life after new medical reports

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1 in 3 chance of record flooding every winter

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Gridlocked traffic on Leeds Road.

Workplace ‘parking tax’ plan for Leeds - but would it stop you driving in to work?

Environment
Thruscross Reservoir (s).

£40,000 path revamp work to begin at Thruscross Reservoir

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David Edmunds who is launching Selby's first major Arts Festival pictured at Slby Abbey.
4 July 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Can an arts festival transform the fortunes of an overlooked Yorkshire town?

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Richard De Vere has dedicated his life to fighting cyber crime. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

The man from a Huddersfield council estate who has dedicated his life to fighting cyber crime

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Amy Letman, creative director with Transform.

Leeds 2023: Transform’s creative director makes pledge for Leeds culture bid

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Mark Casci: Government credibility will be shattered if it breaks its promises on northern transport links

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Fraud and cyber crime are the most prevalent type of crime in the country.

Louise Haigh: Cyber crime complacency has to end

Opinion
Defiant: The name of the small coastal town of Dunkirk has lodged in the British psyche as a byword for defiance. (Picture: Warner Brothers inc.)

Andrew Vine: Spirit reminds us we had to fight for our freedoms

Opinion
Prime Minister Theresa May is in a substantially weakened position following the election. (PA).

Chris Moncrieff: An uphill task for the PM after her walking holiday

Opinion
An inquiry has been launched into the contaminated blood scandal following years of campaigning by, amongst others, Hull MP Diana Johnson.

Diana Johnson: My fight for justice on behalf of victims of contamined blood scandal – and all those for whom it is too late

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Updated - Harrogate village chosen as favourite to build entire new settlement

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Bill Maxwell, travel industry veteran

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