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As it happened: Tour de Yorkshire 2017 Tadcaster - Harrogate

Cycling

ROAD CLOSURES: Full list of EVERY road closed on Friday, Saturday & Sunday for Tour de Yorkshire

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John King, who was jailed yesterday at Newcastle Crown Court.

‘Brazen and greedy’ conmen jailed after defrauding Yorkshire park home owners

Crime
Top row (L-R): Matthew Whiteley, Christopher Whiteley, Shane Whiteley
Bottom row (L-R): Taleb Bapir, Amanda Spencer

BREAKING: Members of Sheffield child prostitution ring jailed for 43 years

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Andrew Mawson: We can lead the way with healthy spirit of enterprise

Opinion

May urges Yorkshire voters to ditch Labour loyalties

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Women’s Equality Party leader Sophie Walker: Why I can beat Philip Davies in Shipley

Analysis

Live blog: Follow all the action from Tour de Yorkshire 2017

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Secretary of State for Brexit, David Davis

Yorkshire’s voice will ‘definitely’ be heard at Brexit summit

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Georgia Hudson: Trump’s 100 days of policy failures and easy wins

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.  Picture by Olivier Hoslet, Pool Photo via AP)

UK underestimating Brexit ‘technical difficulties’, claims Juncker

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Theresa May was campaigning in Leeds this week

Theresa May interview: ‘I still go out and knock on doors to hear from people’

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Theresa May

May promises to deliver HS2 to Yorkshire

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EU Council president Donald Tusk arriving for talks in Brussels.  Picture by AP Photo/Martin Meissner.

EU leaders agree Brexit negotiating position

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Di Keal will contest the Thirsk and Malton seat in the 2017 General Election as the Liberal Democrats' candidate.

Keal to contest Thirsk and Malton seat for Lib Dems

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, pictured giving a speech in east London.  Pictures by Victoria Jones/PA Wire.

Corbyn brands May an “insecure leader”

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100 days on, critics deliver Trump report

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Conservatives are pursuing a “Brexit for the few” - Corbyn

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YP Letters: Most back talks over disarmament

Opinion

Farmers ‘deserve to keep subsidies’

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Starmer: Opponents taking “extreme” positions

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John King, who was jailed yesterday at Newcastle Crown Court.

‘Brazen and greedy’ conmen jailed after defrauding Yorkshire park home owners

Crime
Top row (L-R): Matthew Whiteley, Christopher Whiteley, Shane Whiteley
Bottom row (L-R): Taleb Bapir, Amanda Spencer

BREAKING: Members of Sheffield child prostitution ring jailed for 43 years

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Police carrying out drug sweeps at the tower blocks in West Park

Uninvited guests banned from Leeds tower blocks in bid to tackle drug dealers

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Lindsay Farquharson

Man who died in Leeds house fire named

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Bogus electrician 'looked in every room' at house in Harrogate

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Whiteley brothers used council flat in Sheffield city centre to prostitute vulnerable girl

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Police give description of man after alleged rape of 16-year-old girl in South Yorkshire

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UPDATE: Details of man sought by police after 16-year-old girl is raped in Doncaster alleyway

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YP Letters: There’s a limit to what speed cameras can achieve on roads

Opinion
Train services will be affected in Yorkshire today,

The Yorkshire train services affected by today's strike as union insists action is 'solidly supported'

Transport
Leeds Bradford Airport has no direct rail link to the city centre.

YP Letters: Our shoddy welcome to visitors is national embarrassment

Opinion 2

Could it soon be the M1 ‘brought to you in association with Morrisons’?

Transport 2
The proposed strive of Arriva North Trains will go ahead on Friday.

Arriva Rail North workers to strike in driver-only trains row after talks fail

Transport

Civic honour for historic Leeds boys’ school building and its designer

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Council officers to answer questions on new Leeds school site proposals

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Britains first astronaut, Helen Sharman, pictured at the Science Museum with the space suit that she wore for her mission 25 years previously. (PA).

Jayne Dowle: Why we’re failing to help pupils reach for the stars

Opinion
MP for Thirsk and Malton, Kevin Hollinrake has welcome the takeover.

MP welcomes Easingwold School takeover after months of uncertainty over future

Education

Too much time on phones ‘risks kids losing art of communication’

Health
David Watson with the Aspire heart valve he developed.

Meet the man who made 50 years of heart research possible

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Warning on risk to children’s health services

Health
The plight of young Bradley Lowery has captured the hearts of the nation.

Brave Bradley Lowery returns to hospital as mother reveals his 'horrendous pain'

Health

OAP died after being given another patient’s medication at Leeds hospital

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The purple moorland  heather in the North York Moors National Park  above Hutton le Hole makes a carpet  covering most of the surrounding countryside. Picture taken in 2001.

Farmers ‘deserve to keep subsidies’

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Prof Jeanette Rotchell, lead researcher for the Sullied Sediments Project

The toothpaste, soap and slug pellets putting waterways under threat

Environment
Sophie Walker, leader of the Women's Equality Party who this week announced she is to stand against Philip Davies in Shipley in the General Election. Picture Tony Johnson.

Women’s Equality Party leader Sophie Walker: Why I can beat Philip Davies in Shipley

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Self-build home modelled on history

Analysis
Picture Bruce Rollinson

Bike Route: Journey into heart of the Dales

Analysis
Thousands of fans are expected to line the route for this weekend's Tour de Yorkshire.

Everything you need to know about this weekend's Tour de Yorkshire

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YP Letters: Copywriter’s craft and the slogans that live on

Opinion
Author Peter Walker, who died this week, remained unchanged by fame.

YP Letters: Most back talks over disarmament

Opinion
People are still put off cycling because of safety concerns. (PA).

YP Letters: Road safety fears put the brakes on cycling’s mass appeal

Opinion
Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure in Line of Duty

Tony Earnshaw: Thank you Line of Duty you’ve made TV watchable again

Opinion
The illumination on St George's Hall, Liverpool, after a second inquest ruled that 96 Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.

Andy Burnham: Hillsborough Law is chance to create a legal legacy for disaster victims

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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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Malcolm Huntington in 2014. Picture: James Hardisty

Malcolm Huntington, international tennis umpire

Obituaries
Peter Walker in the village of Oswaldkirk, the inspiration for his Heartbeat novels.
 Picture: Gerard Binks

Peter Walker, best-selling author and former policeman

Obituaries
Roger Turner

Roger Turner, table tennis champion turned author

Obituaries