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Yorkshire left behind on transport investment - report

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Video: Tadcaster whole again as Archbishop blesses bridge

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Assel Al-Essaie

Shooting victim named as Sheffield murder investigation continues

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ROSS MURRAY: Ministers appear to have a tin ear to this problem and it is not good enough.

Rural firms ‘will be hit by rates crisis’

Environment

Grayling: I absolutely understand the need for Yorkshire transport investment

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UPDATED: Delays on Leeds-bound M1 after multi-vehicle crash at Wakefield

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Watch: Leeds Elland Road boxing match abandoned after brawl

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Helping hand from history for proposal

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Donald Trump

Leeds solicitor’s Trump state visit petition to be debated by MPs

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Jayne Dowle: Celebrate town, but don’t revert to stereotypes

Jayne Dowle
Nigel Barden with Simon Mayo.

The voice of food and drink: Nigel Barden’s celebration of Yorkshire fare

Analysis
Inside Bradford's historic Alhambra Theatre. PIC: Simon Hulme

If all the world’s a stage then Bradford’s Alhambra truly is a palace

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Caroline Quentin

Carolin Quentin: Why I am loving being in Hull

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Actress Natalie Gavin in rehearsals for Pygmalion.

My Yorkshire: Actress Natalie Gavin on her favourite people and places

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Ed Cox

Yorkshire left behind on transport investment - report

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Chris Grayling

Grayling: I absolutely understand the need for Yorkshire transport investment

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Donald Trump

Leeds solicitor’s Trump state visit petition to be debated by MPs

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Lord Hain

Hain launches Brexit Bill bid as Lords debate Article 50

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Tory peer Anne McIntosh.

Time the great challenge in Brexit talks

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The House of Lords debates Brexit this week.

Out-of depth May in thrall to authoritarian Tory right

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A new exhibtion has opened in Barnsley charting cricket umpire Dickie Bird's career.

Jayne Dowle: Celebrate town, but don’t revert to stereotypes

Opinion

Labour moves to play down by-election hopes

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YP Letters: Awkward questions over HS2 viability

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YP Letters: Brexit no barrier to better environmental protection in UK

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YP Letters: Thanks for highlighting Scarborough and Whitby tug-of-war

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Assel Al-Essaie

Shooting victim named as Sheffield murder investigation continues

Crime
Police are investigating a shooting in Sheffield

Man dead after latest Sheffield shooting

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Police have appealed for witnesses to an incident in Dewsbury last night

Dewsbury death “suspicious” - police

Crime
The gang were jailed for a total of 96 years

Robbery gang who terrorised families and businesses in Leeds jailed for over 90 years

Crime

Timeline of terror: The homes and businesses raided by armed Leeds gang

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Young family's terrifying ordeal at hands of armed gang

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Dog abuser jailed for beating his puppy

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Did you see pack of dogs attack a fox?

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File photo dated 03/10/14 of a hospital ward, as hospital admissions across the NHS in England rose to record levels last year. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday November 9, 2016. Figures from NHS Digital show there were 16.2 million admissions during 2015/16, up from 12.7 million a decade ago. See PA story HEALTH Hospitals. Photo credit should read: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

NHS at ‘breaking point leading to cancelled surgery and delays’

Health

Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

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In 12 months, 17 patients waited for more than a year without treatment at Sheffield's hospitals

‘Bizarre’ guerilla marketing campaign on Yorkshire NHS cuts must be dropped, says union

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EU supremo Jean Claude-Juncker is accused of being inflexible over freedom of movement.

YP Letters: EU was the architect of own Brexit downfall

Opinion 1
What is the remedy for the NHS?

YP Letters: Care failures and closed wards drive the pressure on A&E

Opinion

The great NHS gamble: what you need to know about the crisis facing England’s NHS

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Health care cuts killed 30,000 people in 2015

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Pregnant? Morning sickness is worse for mothers with girls

Health

Health and social care cuts blamed for tens of thousands of deaths

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Prof Keith Willett: When it comes to healthcare, political inertia can be truly harmful

Opinion

Norman Lamb: Time for honesty about future funding of NHS

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Teenagers in some parts of the UK are around four times as likely as their peers to apply to go to university.

Miles apart: Yorkshire’s education gap laid bare

Education 3
Marisa Hyland: University student said she feared for her safety as water entered flat.

Students moved out as flats 
are flooded for second time

Education
Pupils at the centre of the fight to save Horton-In-Ribblesdale's school from closure.

YP Letters: School under threat is the soul of village

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Picture: PA

£335m urgently needed for schools, say council bosses

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Tom Richmond: Labour in La La Land under Corbyn - where is the Opposition?

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Libby Nicholas: Closing the North-South attainment gap must start in our schools

Opinion

GP Taylor: When abuse victims speak out, it is society’s duty to listen

Opinion

Council leaders warn of ‘sexual health time bomb’ in calls for compulsory sex education

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YP Letters: Awkward questions over HS2 viability

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An artist's impression of HS2.

Tom Richmond: HS2 and one-way ticket on fast train to jargon hell is not my cup of tea

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File picture

Northern Rail staff balloted on strike over train guards

Transport
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The train now arriving... is the latest it’s been for a decade

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Rush hour traffic updated: Long delays remain on M62 motorway near Leeds

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Gridlock in Leeds.

YP Comment: EU wake-up call over pollution as Leeds named and shamed

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Power line: The Tornado crossing the famous Ribblehead viaduct on the Settle-Carlisle line.  (PICTURE: PA).

Settle-Carlisle line - how it was nearly closed

Analysis

The ‘heartbreak’ of workers who are fired because the bus fails to turn up

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Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

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GALLERY: Steam enthusiasts share their photos of Tornado

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Why we’re so resigned to a poor rail service

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ROSS MURRAY: Ministers appear to have a tin ear to this problem and it is not good enough.

Rural firms ‘will be hit by rates crisis’

Environment

Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

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Sunshine and warmer air are set to bring milder conditions this weekend.

Why Yorkshire could be warmer than parts of Spain this weekend

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Donald Trump: 'The media are out of control'

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Alert as Whitby beach littered with plastic ‘nurdles’

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YP Letters: Blockading businesses is a disgraceful way to fight fracking

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Leeds named and shamed among list of UK cities breaching air pollution limits

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Yorkshire weather: Murky start with possibility of some showers

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Jo Cox.

Rachel Reeves: We can all follow Jo’s example to tackle loneliness

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YP Comment: The key to loneliness struggle

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Jimmy Carlson, who was awarded an OBE in 2012, died on January 8 as a result of respiratory health complications, homelessness charity Groundswell said. Tributes have been paid to Mr Carlson, described as a "wonderful role model" and an "inspirational leader".

Campaigner for the homeless dies at 69

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Ilkla Moor Baht ’At greets mourners at Huddersfield funeral of star Gorden Kaye

Obituaries

Troubled yet colourful life of Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

Obituaries
Alan Simpson, one half of the Galton and Simpson writing duo behind Hancock's Half Hour and Steptoe and Son

Scriptwriter Alan Simpson, co-creator of Hancock and Steptoe, dies at 87

Theatre 1

Death of ‘Allo ‘Allo star Gorden Kaye, 75

Theatre