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Tom Richmond: Politicians should bridge party divide over Brexit

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Paul Robinson, otherwise known as the Yorkshire Gourmet. PIC: Tony Johnson

Meet Yorkshire’s own campfire gourmet

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As well as the outdoor areas, there is also an indoor play barn at William's Den.

Couple turn corner of their Yorkshire farm into massive adventure playground

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Health secretary to review controversial hospital plan for Calderdale and Huddersfield

Health

We will miss her laugh and smile every day, say the family of Arena victim Kelly

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Mother-of-four killed by suspected drink driver in Ossett was "beautiful angel"

Crime

I want an apology, says Leeds woman detained under terror laws for reading Syrian art book

Crime

BREAKING: Family pay tribute to 'bright and bubbly' Sheffield woman killed in bomb blast

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Gayle Newland has been jailed again.

Woman sobs as she is jailed again for posing as a man to trick her friend into sex

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Bill Carmichael: Bloated salaries expose BBC’s basic flaws

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Picture shows the sunset at the Humber Bridge, East Yorkshire at the end of a summers day.

Fresh call to scrap Humber Bridge charges

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If Winston Churchill could bury his differences in the national interest, surely Theresa May and her Cabinet can do the same? (PA).

Tom Richmond: Politicians should bridge party divide over Brexit

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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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A copy of the Bill to trigger article 50, in front of the Houses of the Parliament in London. (PA).

YP Letters: We must never bend the knee to EU rules on our bananas

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Lord Haskins

Key transport route to be improved as Humber LEP sets out record

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EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, right, poses with British Secretary of State David Davis

UK calls for greater ‘flexibility’ as Brussels warns of ‘fundamental’ disagreements in Brexit talks

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YP Comment: Lib Dems at a crossroads

Opinion

Greg Wright: Millions should not have to face pension inequality

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Martin Raby: Scrapping fees is not best value for education

Opinion

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

Opinion

YP Letters: Trump’s special French relationship

Opinion
The attempted robbery happened near to the Co-Op store in Baslow Road, Totley. Picture: Google Maps.

Judge suspends sentence for heroin addict who tried to rob Sheffield woman to secure money for next fix

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A Sheffield woman, who hit her ex-girlfriend over the head with a wine bottle in an booze-fueled jealous rage, has escaped a prison sentence.

Sheffield woman who glassed ex-girlfriend over the head with wine bottle escapes prison sentence

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Faizah Shaheen

I want an apology, says Leeds woman detained under terror laws for reading Syrian art book

Crime 5
Waqas Hussain

Schoolboy's six-and-a-half-year sentence after "terrifying" armed carjacking robberies in West Yorkshire

Crime 7

Drink drive arrest after car crashed into wall in Ossett

Crime 2

Mother-of-four killed by suspected drink driver in Ossett was "beautiful angel"

Crime

Men with weapons hunted over house raid in Sheffield

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North East Lincolnshire rogue trader jailed for tricking homeowners out of hundreds of thousands of pounds

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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

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M62

M62 accident leads to heavy traffic

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EasyJet has applied for a new air operator's certificate in Austria to allow it to continue flying in the European Union

Easyjet reports strong Easter trading

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

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Dr Helen Sharman, the first Briton in space, prepares to receive an honorary degree from the University of Sheffield. Picture: Scott Merrylees

Down-to-earth award for first Briton in space

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

Martin Raby: Scrapping fees is not best value for education

Opinion
1976: A-level students at Leeds Girls High School who will be reunited 40 years after leaving school.

Leeds pupils reunite after 40 years

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Progress on NHS shake-up in Yorkshire ‘must be improved’

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Health secretary to review controversial hospital plan for Calderdale and Huddersfield

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Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Parkinson families ‘face hit of £16,000’ in care costs

Health

Man safely brought down from Leeds city centre scaffolding

Health
Anna Lickley, who is deaf and blind and this weekend competed in the  national RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) championships, pictured with Robbie at the St Ives Riding for the Disabled, Bingley. 
17 July 2017. Picture Bruce Rollinson

Anna riding to success

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Stephen Ramsden pictured in Upper Nidderdale taking some hay to his sheep.

Will Brexit be a kill or cure for British farming?

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Villagers protest at proposals for 3,000 homes

Environment
Unclean air from the most polluting vehicles is killing thousands of people a year in our big towns and cities, like Leeds. (rossparry.co.uk).

Ed Cox: North could be breath of fresh air future needs

Opinion
Barrie Rutter earlier this year at Dean Clough, Halifax, the home of Northern Brodsides. Picture by Simon Hulme.

“We called the Arts Council’s bluff - they called it back,” Barrie Rutter on why he’s leaving Northern Broadsides

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Squash star proves match fit as he tries his hand at acting

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Barrie Rutter has announced he is stepping down as artistic director of Northern Broadsides.

Barrie Rutter takes swipe at the Arts Council as he makes shock departure from Northern Broadsides

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The 25 social media sins that you need to know about.

Revealed: The top 25 social media sins that you MUST avoid

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Conal Gregory: One million workers that prove critical illness insurance is vital

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If Winston Churchill could bury his differences in the national interest, surely Theresa May and her Cabinet can do the same? (PA).

Tom Richmond: Politicians should bridge party divide over Brexit

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We don't rely on computers and the internet for everything. (PA).

YP Letters: Paperless society may still be a token gesture

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

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Daisy and George Clough

Daisy Clough, former mayoress of Knaresborough

Obituaries
Tommy Carberry and L'Escargot clear Becher's Brook in the 1975 Grand National: Photo by Colorsport/REX (3157308a).

Tommy Carbery: A life in racing for jockey who beat Red Rum

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