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

UNTIL earlier this week I had not heard of Ariana Grande. I didn’t know about her music or that she was so popular with children. But I now know much more about her.

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

THE senseless murder last June of Batley & Spen MP Jo Cox was supposed to change the dynamics of political debate in this country for the better.

Opinion
Vodafone was voted one of the two worst mobile phone providers in an annual customer satisfaction survey.

Vodafone and EE named as worst networks

Vodafone and EE have been voted the two worst mobile phone providers in an annual customer satisfaction survey.

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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

THREE weeks ago, I had the honour of introducing myself to readers of The Yorkshire Post as the Conservative Party candidate for York Central.

Opinion
Theresa May: Strong and stable?

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

I HATE to be the one to tell you this, but there is a real possibility that in two weeks’ time, Jeremy Corbyn will be our prime minister.

Opinion
Armed police patrol South Bay, Scarborough, following Monday night's terror attack in Manchester.

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

ON Bank Holiday weekends in more innocent times, the sight of armed police patrolling seaside resorts like Scarborough would have been unthinkable. Now it is a necessary precaution as an unprecedented security operation is launched following Monday’s terrorist outrage in Manchester.

Opinion
A classic car at the event

Over 1,000 classic cars, stunt show and monster trucks at Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day

Tickets are rapidly selling out for the Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day.
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The American singer Ariana Grande. Picture: PA/PA Wire

BREAKING: Singer Ariana Grande promises benefit gig for families of Manchester attack victims

Ariana Grande has issued a touching message on Twitter, in which she has promised to return to Manchester to perform a benefit concert in aid of the families of the victims of Monday night’s terrorist attack.

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Paying tribute to the victims

Photo Gallery: Remembering all 22 victims of the Manchester terror attack

Their lives were cruelly taken away in the most tragic of circumstances during an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night.

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Lord Prescott campaigning in Yorkshire

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

The former deputy prime minister John Prescott has defended Jeremy Corbyn’s calls for a rethink of UK foreign policy as he suggested talk of greater military intervention in the Middle East could be to blame for recent terrorist attacks.

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Ethel Chapman turned 108 today

Sponge cake and a royal letter as Sheffield woman turns 108

Lowedges woman Ethel Chapman has a number of letters from the Queen lined up along her mantelpiece.

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David Masters pleaded guilty to the offence at Sheffield Magistrates' Court.

Sheffield programme seller ‘sorry’ for racially abusing police officer

A 70-year-old man who racially abused a police officer at a football match has admitted he “made a mistake” and has apologised.

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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

Trauma centres in Yorkshire are on standby and some hospital sites are on high alert as the country’s security status remains critical in the aftermath of the Manchester terror attack.

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A programme seller who racially abused a police officer and grabbed his beard during a Sheffield football match has lost his job and been brought before the courts.

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

A programme seller who racially abused a police officer and grabbed his beard during a Sheffield football match has lost his job and been brought before the courts.

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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

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.
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The Yorkshire Food & Drink Show

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

The seventh annual Yorkshire Food & Drink Show is set to be held in Leeds next weekend, offering food lovers the choice of hundreds of stalls offering tastes from around the world.
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Thornton Road (Google)

Trio hurt in three-car collision on Bradford road

Police in Bradford are appealing for witnesses after three people were injured in a road traffic collision in the Thornton area of the city.

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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

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.

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Leeds man jailed for 21 years after raping schoolgirl in Bradford

Leeds man jailed for 21 years after raping schoolgirl in Bradford

A Leeds man has been jailed for 21 years after he was found guilty of multiple rape charges.

Crime
Donald Trump and Theresa May speak at the G7 summit

May tells G7 Syria fighters must face justice

Theresa May has called on leading powers to do more to ensure foreign fighters who travel to join Islamic State in Syria and Iraq are brought to justice.

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