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Sheffield MP Jared O'Mara under fire again for homophobic comments made on Morrissey forum

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Solicitor of woman charged with murder of toddler who fell from flat window makes witness appeal

Bradford
Elizabeth Tower, which houses Big Ben, at the House of Commons in Westminster, London.

Mark Casci: What Brexit can learn from Yorkshire devolution

Opinion
Greenwoods Menswear, Maritime Terrace.

Revealed: The Greenwoods Menswear stores which will remain open and those which will close

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'Panicking' diver fended huge Tiger Shark off with spear gun on long swim ashore

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Community left shocked after serious assaults leaves three hospitalised in Harrogate

Crime

Passenger praises rail staff on-board train that hit and killed man

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Mother of Doncaster teen killed in horror crash pays tribute to 'family giant'

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There are increasing calls for a second vote on leaving the European Union.

'Why we should not rule out another vote over Brexit'

Opinion

Andrew Vine: 'Time to consign fly-tipping to the dustbin of history'

Elizabeth Tower, which houses Big Ben, at the House of Commons in Westminster, London.

Mark Casci: What Brexit can learn from Yorkshire devolution

Opinion
Sheffield MP, Jared O'Mara, reportedly posted a series of homophobic slurs on a fansite for the singer, Morrissey.

Sheffield MP Jared O'Mara under fire again for homophobic comments made on Morrissey forum

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Andrew Grinter with fellow traders on Castlegate. (1503034AM)

Knaresborough to get first-ever referendum?

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What more can be done to tackle flytipping?

YP Letters: Fly-tipping move is a step in right direction

Opinion
Should criminals be made to sweep up Autumn leaves?

YP Letters: Our prisoners could be given clean-up work

Opinion
Theresa May faced EU leaders at a summit in Brussels at the end of last week.

YP Letters: Willingness to walk away is key to getting good Brexit deal

Opinion 1
Boris Johnson says it is time for talks to get underway on the Brexit trade deal.

Time to get on with discussing Brexit trade deal, says Boris Johnson

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Post campaign awoke politicians 
to Britain’s forgotten social crisis

Campaigns

'Why we should not rule out another vote over Brexit'

Opinion 4

Archbishop of York urges cut to 'grotesquely ignorant' Universal Credit waiting time

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YP Letters: Gridlock of selfishness on the trains

Opinion
Two men were found by Police on Unity Grove on Friday night

Community left shocked after serious assaults leaves three hospitalised in Harrogate

Crime
The attempted theft took place in Grove Park Avenue in Harrogate. Picture: Google

Man on bicycle asked for woman's help in Harrogate street then tried to steal her purse

Crime
Police are seeking witnesses to the assault.

Man left with fractured eye socket after attack at bar in York

Crime

Leeds man charged with dangerous driving after Scarborough incident

Crime

Sheffield bank robbers still on the run

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Concern for missing Sheffield man

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Investigation launched into attempted mugging in Sheffield

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Police probe into death of man found in house in Sheffield

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'Heavy rain could slow down abnormal load travelling through Yorkshire'

Transport
London King's Cross Station

'We just all went flying': Tired driver had mini-sleep as train hit London King's Cross buffers

Transport
Christmas train ticket prices are likely to be much cheaper if you book well in advance.

Going away this Christmas? Here is why you should book your train tickets in advance

Transport
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling during a recent visit to Leeds.

YP Letters: Gridlock of selfishness on the trains

Opinion
Beckwith Road, image courtesy of Google

Where are roadworks planned for Harrogate over the coming months?

Transport

'Degree of smart thinking needed in University funding debate'

Opinion
The 'Save Our School' banner at Moor Allerton Hall Primary School.
 
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Parents ‘in shock’ over proposal to tackle school places shortage

Education
Should children be offered pizza and doughnuts as rewards for doing well at school?

Children offered pizza and doughnuts as incentives in school, study finds

Education 1

Yorkshire student writes 8,000-word essay about...memes!

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'The fight against loneliness involves us all'

Opinion
The NHS is said to be at breaking point. Do you agree?

YP Letters: Government has failed to prepare NHS to meet demands

Opinion
Thirsk and Malton MP Kevin Hollinrake has been praised by fellow MPs.

MP 'forever indebted' to Yorkshire colleague for parental bereavement bill support

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Should children be offered pizza and doughnuts as rewards for doing well at school?

Children offered pizza and doughnuts as incentives in school, study finds

Education 1
A new survey suggests the the elderly are enjoying life into their 80s.

Its official... you are not classed as 'over the hill' until the age of 83

Health
Two people have locked themselves into a metal device this morning

Updated: Anti-fracking protestors locked to metal device on North Yorkshire road moved by police

Environment
What more can be done to tackle flytipping?

YP Letters: Fly-tipping move is a step in right direction

Opinion
Should criminals be made to sweep up Autumn leaves?

YP Letters: Our prisoners could be given clean-up work

Opinion
Photo issued by Volunteer Marine Rescue Shark Bay of British diver John Craig hugging his wife, after he became stranded nearly five miles off the Australian coast and stalked by a tiger shark as he swam back to shore. Picture: Greg Ridgley/Volunteer Marine Rescue Shark Bay/PA Wire

'Panicking' diver fended huge Tiger Shark off with spear gun on long swim ashore

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Julian and his family squeezed in a trip to Kielder in Northumberland amid a busy week.

Julian Norton: Seizing the chance for a camper van escape

Analysis
Charlotte in Mark's sitting room

Opposites attract and make a pact

Analysis
Lee Jones with his trophy at Beacon House Farm.

Why Lee is a winner of walling for a second time

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Mark Casci: What Brexit can learn from Yorkshire devolution

Opinion
Education puzzle: The debate over student funding has become locked into an argument about free tuition versus soaring student debt.

'Degree of smart thinking needed in University funding debate'

Opinion
We must all join in the fight against loneliness.

'The fight against loneliness involves us all'

Opinion
What more can be done to tackle flytipping?

YP Letters: Fly-tipping move is a step in right direction

Opinion
MP Rachel Reees is co-chair of the Jo Cox Loneliness Commission. Picture: Tony Johnson

Why the crisis of loneliness shows no signs of slowing down

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Volunteer Derek Sykes teaches Gillian Cooper at the art and conversation class. 
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

A welcome way to help put an end to loneliness

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MP Rachel Reeves, pictured chatting with volunteers Ian Davison and Ann McGuigan.

Daughter’s ‘talking-to’ encouraged mother to start befriending others

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Bill Beaumont

Bill Beaumont, wartime flyer and Speaker’s Secretary

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