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South Yorkshire’s police force set to lose ‘swathes’ of its expertise

Crime
Prime Minister Theresa May

Battle lines are drawn as EU talks begin in earnest

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Artist's impression of a stretch of the HS2 track

HS2 firm pulls out of £170m contract to deliver Yorkshire section of high speed line

Transport
Harrogate Convention Centre rebranding

Re-brand unveiled as Harrogate claims place on world stage

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Green belt pledge as minister lifts block on Bradford housing plan

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Strictly vintage tea dance that’s ideal with a cup of Cha-cha-cha

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YP Comment: Brexit: Now get on with the job. Britain’s best days to come – May

Opinion

Jeremy Corbyn: There is an alternative to bargain basement Brexit

Opinion
A chimpanzee while music is being played as part of an experiment

From Bizet to Bieber, why apes couldn’t give a monkey’s about music

Education

Jayne Dowle: Are we ready for the real pains of this EU divorce?

Feature: New twist in four-year battle for Smithy Wood

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Prime Minister Theresa May (right) and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meet at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Glasgow, to take part in a bilateral meeting during Mrs May's visit to Scotland. RUSSELL CHEYNE/PA Wire

Trivial and deliberately provocative, Sarah Vine’s Legs-it column was a very bad day at the office

Analysis
still working: At the age of 83, Dame Joan Collins says she has no plans to retire, and she is not alone. (Picture: PA).

Dame Joan Collins won’t bow out, but many don’t have a choice

Analysis
Prime Minister Theresa May

Battle lines are drawn as EU talks begin in earnest

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Gavin Barwell MP

Green belt pledge as minister lifts block on Bradford housing plan

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Now it’s official: May’s signature triggers EU exit process

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who accepted a request from The Yorkshire Post to set out his vision to readers.

Jeremy Corbyn: There is an alternative to bargain basement Brexit

Opinion 3
The letter handed to EU Council President Donald Tusk today triggering the Brexit process

Analysis: Brexit letter brings change of tone from PM

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Meg Hillier, chairman of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee.

Ministers fail to grasp importance of school cuts

Education
The letter from Theresa May triggering the Brexit process was handed over today.

May to EU: Let's get a deal done in two years

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Labour’s plans for post-Brexit Britain: Gordon Brown unveils ‘council of the north’

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May: ‘I’ll represent everyone in Brexit talks - including EU nationals’

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BREXIT ANALYSIS: Opportunity beckons for British farming

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Jayne Dowle: Are we ready for the real pains of this EU divorce?

Opinion
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South Yorkshire’s police force set to lose ‘swathes’ of its expertise

Crime 1
Police worker was targeted by robber wielding a knife

PCSO threatened with knife and cycle is stolen in York

Crime
A police operation was mounted in a crackdown on underage drinking in Sheffield city centre

Police in crackdown on underage drinking in Sheffield city centre

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A mentally-ill Sheffield man, who threw a flaming projectile through a hole he drilled in his neighbour's ceiling, has been sentenced to a hospital order.

Mentally-ill Sheffield man threw flaming projectile through hole in neighbour's ceiling

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It’s good to talk: Is ‘pink and fluffy’ the way forward for football policing in Yorkshire?

Crime 5

Woodhead Pass murder accused used text messages and GPS apps to plan lay-by attack

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New arrests after murder of Yorkshire dad

Sheffield

Yorkshire man jailed for child sex offences

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Stepping to it: The revival of the tea dance, after a break of 20 years, brought hundreds to Hull City Hall. Picture: Gary Longbottom

Strictly vintage tea dance that’s ideal with a cup of Cha-cha-cha

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back in caring role after op

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Classroom.

‘Thousands of pupils at risk’ over lack of proper school health plan

Health
The NHS is looking to cut some prescriptions.

NHS cut-backs: The medicines being considered in health service consultation

Health
The NHS could cut 'low-priority' items in a prescriptions shake-up.

'Low-priority' items could go in NHS prescriptions shake-up to cut costs

Health 2

Interview: Rio Ferdinand opens about about grief after wife's death

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Leeds nurse tells of Ebola scare in harrowing book on outbreak

Health

‘I nearly died after collapsing during Leeds rugby match’

Health

Another step taken to put fluoride in water - opposition says it shows process is a ‘sham'

News 3

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment

'I can't give up on my wife, please help me continue our battle'... Desperate Yorkshire family's plea as mum battles cancer

Health
A chimpanzee while music is being played as part of an experiment

From Bizet to Bieber, why apes couldn’t give a monkey’s about music

Education
Meg Hillier, chairman of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee.

Ministers fail to grasp importance of school cuts

Education
Sir Alan Langlands, Vice Chancellor of the University of Leeds.

University chief hits back after changes to statute spark dispute

Education

Beer festival to pull in school funds

Education

Jenny’s film to be shown at awards do at Leeds Town Hall

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BREXIT ANALYSIS: University of Leeds will continue to attract Europe's 'brightest and best minds', says vice-chancellor

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I’m no racist says tycoon who banned ‘coloured’ tenants over curry smells

Education

‘Thousands of pupils at risk’ over lack of proper school health plan

Health
Artist's impression of a stretch of the HS2 track

HS2 firm pulls out of £170m contract to deliver Yorkshire section of high speed line

Transport 2
Flying Scotsman.

Settle-Carlisle rail line re-opening: Flying Scotsman arrival times announced

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The state of Britain's roads has been criticised.

Roads are now in terminal decline, new report claims

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Traffic queueing on the M62 between Tingley and Gildersome.

This week’s roadworks on Yorkshire’s motorways and A roads

Transport
Picture by Martin Rickett/PA Wire

£2.37bn overspend on insurance to continue

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Dashcam footage shows the horrific crash involving Christopher Dye.

WATCH: Yorkshire motorist shocked at road rage accusation after he tried to help trapped driver

News 1

YP Letters: High-speed train proves a brain drain

Opinion 1

Bus firm slated at Leeds travel inquiry

News 9

YP Letters: Guards have role to play for passengers

Opinion

Designers working on Pokemon Go-style gaming app for Cycle Superhighway users

News 5

Feature: New twist in four-year battle for Smithy Wood

News
Nettles are a tasty source of sustenance for both wildlife species and humans.  Picture by Mitchell Self.

Country & Coast: Countryside freebies are as delicious as they are healthy

Environment
The anti-fracking protest camp at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Fracking is unlikely to prove a well of money for villagers

Opinion 12
Oliver, 8, and Freya, 3, Hardisty, have fun in the sun on the South Shore beach at Bridlington, East Yorkshire.

Yorkshire weather: Cloudy skies bring an end to our all-too-brief sunny spell

Environment 1

Flood defences alone ‘not enough’ to protect Yorkshire communities

Environment

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment

Yorkshire weather: Temperatures rival Tenerife as spring returns with glorious sunshine

Environment
Campaigners stage a protest at Henry Jenkins pub, which they have fought to have listed as a community asset ..Picture by Simon Hulme

‘Our pub is the beating heart of our village’

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The village of Staithes and inset, protestors object to the phone mast.

Phone mast battle ‘tearing village apart’

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There's a new campaign for women who served in the First World War to be honoured.

YP Letters: Remembering the women who died in the war

Opinion
Manager Bob Paisley (centre)  is flanked by trainer Ronnie Moran (left) and assistant manager Joe Fagan.

Former Liverpool star Ronnie Moran dies, aged 83

Football
2012: The Queen shaking hands with Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness watched by First minister Peter Robinson (centre) at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.

How should we remember Martin McGuinness?

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Lives lost and peace won: Martin McGuinness, a politician who defined modern Ulster

Obituaries