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Suspicious package at army barracks in Leeds - police close road and ask public to avoid area

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Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood shakes hands with an armed police officer as he arrives at the Houses of Parliament in London, Friday March 24, 2017. Ellwood desperately tried to save the life of Constable Keith Palmer, the police officer killed on Wednesday when a man went on a deadly rampage, first driving a car into pedestrians then stabbing a police officer to death before being fatally shot by police within Parliament's grounds in London.

Heroes of Westminster are honoured by the Queen

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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert taken in May 1854.
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Queen Victoria etchings that once sparked a right royal row go on show in Yorkshire

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A vigil took place to remember PC Keith Palmer and other victims of the Westminster terror attack.

YP Comment: A nation’s debt to heroic police. Keith Palmer: An example to all

Opinion

Dr Mohammed Ali: Memo to the media – stop demonising Muslims over terrorism

Opinion

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

Environment

Will Brexit hinder Yorkshire’s efforts to tackle human trafficking?

Crime

Robin Walker: Britain will remain a friend and ally of the EU after we leave

Opinion
Keith (right) and Ashley Boots

‘Disgrace to the police’: Drug dealing West Yorkshire inspector jailed for 26 years

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Andrew Vine: We Are Not Afraid – an ordinary day that defeated terrorism

Russell Howard will be performing at Leeds and Sheffield as part of his arena tour.

Russell Howard: Why I am always worried about outstaying my welcome

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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert taken in May 1854.
Picture: PA

Queen Victoria etchings that once sparked a right royal row go on show in Yorkshire

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Hull fruit and veg wholesalers Phil Hough and Dennis Butler, who were moved out of the city centre, return to Humber Street, home of the original Fruit Market. Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.

It’s now Hull’s cultural quarter, but does the Fruit Market’s revival impress its former traders?

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Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood shakes hands with an armed police officer as he arrives at the Houses of Parliament in London, Friday March 24, 2017. Ellwood desperately tried to save the life of Constable Keith Palmer, the police officer killed on Wednesday when a man went on a deadly rampage, first driving a car into pedestrians then stabbing a police officer to death before being fatally shot by police within Parliament's grounds in London.

Heroes of Westminster are honoured by the Queen

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Claudia Lawrence

Claudia’s Law step nearer following backing from MPs

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More election fraud claims in Bradford and Huddersfield than London and West Midlands combined

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The spirit of Churchill has galvanised the country after Wednesday's terror attack outside Parliament.

Andrew Vine: We Are Not Afraid – an ordinary day that defeated terrorism

Opinion 1
As Britain prepares to leave the EU, the country will not be represented at today's events to mark the 60th anniversary of the treaty of Rome.

Robin Walker: Britain will remain a friend and ally of the EU after we leave

Opinion 1
A vigil took place to remember PC Keith Palmer and other victims of the Westminster terror attack.

YP Comment: A nation’s debt to heroic police. Keith Palmer: An example to all

Opinion
Crowds at the Trafalgar Square vigil after the Westminster terrorist attack.

Dr Mohammed Ali: Memo to the media – stop demonising Muslims over terrorism

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Tom Richmond: SNP steps in at PMQs to do Corbyn’s job for him

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Forced to wait: Royal Marine who won Taliban murder conviction appeal to learn fate next Tuesday

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YP Letters: Opposition shows that the North does not back fracking

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YP Letters: Folly of Scots subsidised by English cash

Opinion
Some 260 victims of modern slavery and human trafficking have been linked to Leeds in the last two years.

Will Brexit hinder Yorkshire’s efforts to tackle human trafficking?

Crime 2
The scene outside Thornbury Barracks as police close off nearby roads.

Suspicious package at army barracks in Leeds - police close road and ask public to avoid area

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Keith (right) and Ashley Boots

‘Disgrace to the police’: Drug dealing West Yorkshire inspector jailed for 26 years

Crime
Picture: Bruce Rollinson

More election fraud claims in Bradford and Huddersfield than London and West Midlands combined

Crime 2

Burglary suspect ‘trapped for weeks’ in roof of Bradford chemist

Crime 2

Andrew Vine: We Are Not Afraid – an ordinary day that defeated terrorism

Opinion 1

YP Comment: A nation’s debt to heroic police. Keith Palmer: An example to all

Opinion

LIVE INCIDENT: Worker crushed to death at West Yorkshire textile mill

Crime
The IVF process.

IVF postcode lottery ‘getting worse’ in region

Health

Mother’s Day children’s hospice fundraising campaign in Leeds doctor’s memory

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SIGN UP: University of Leeds students have signed up 11 people onto a blood cancer stem cell register.

Life savers donated stem cells after student scheme in Leeds

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Do GPs spend enough time with patients?

YP Letters: Computers get in way between GP and patient

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Yorkshire ‘postcode lottery’ means patients must get fatter to have surgery

Health

A showcase for Leeds Autism Services

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Olympic Team GB Sprint coach Justin Grace who was given a life saving liver transplant at the St James's University Hospital in Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday March 21, 2017. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Olympic cycling hero: Liver transplant at Leeds hospital saved my life

Health

Fresh hope for Yorkshire family as thousands donated towards mother-of-four's cancer treatment

Health

Security failings exposed by hackers’ cyber attack on hospitals

Health

GP’s plea ignored as governing body votes to axe beds and minor injuries units

Health

YP Comment: NHS and external consultants

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Science gallery experience is weird and wonderful

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PIC: Simon Hulme

Leeds school to close today following Ofsted inspection

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Yorkshire schools ‘blighted by ethnic segregation’

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Coun Tim Swift.

Calderdale schoolchildren in London safe after terrorist attack

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Schools blighted by segregation as Yorkshire district is named as one of the most divided

Education

North Yorkshire secondary schools ‘consider cutting GCSE subjects’ as over half face funding cuts

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Four North Yorkshire village primary schools to close - with fears more will follow

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Inspectors praise progress of 'inadequate' children's services trust

Education
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Trains to London every 30 minutes from May

Transport
Dashcam footage shows the horrific crash involving Christopher Dye.

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

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Will HS2 benefit Yorkshire?

YP Letters: High-speed train proves a brain drain

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Bus firm slated at Leeds travel inquiry

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Should there be guards on trains?

YP Letters: Guards have role to play for passengers

Opinion

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

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New aviation security measures are being introduced for selected inbound flights to the UK.

Airline laptop ban: Everything you need to know

Transport

Laptops banned from inbound aircraft cabins

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Rail workers to stage 24-hour strike on Grand National Day

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Breaking down is top of rookies’ worry list

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YP Letters: Tram-trains not answer to our rail needs

Opinion
We are set for a sunny weekend across Yorkshire.

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

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Fracking protesters outside County Hall, Northallerton.

YP Letters: Opposition shows that the North does not back fracking

Opinion 3
Armed police outside Leeds train station yesterday.

Police boost number of armed officers on duty after Westminster terror attack

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Will fracknig be good for Ryedale - or not?

YP Letters: Why shale gas could transform rural life for the better

Opinion 5

Now Sheffield Council tells shopkeepers to finish paving their street

Environment 3

Now police face legal action over Sheffield tree-felling arrests

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Video: Heavy snow falls in Yorkshire trapping cars and disturbing lambs on second day of Spring

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Yorkshire weather: North Yorkshire under a blanket of snow as winter returns with a chill in the air

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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

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