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BNP posts Jo Cox ‘Muslim’ slur through neighbours’ letterboxes as racist attacks soar

Crime 4
Review the referendum results

If we knew then what we know now... Vote again in our ‘second chance’ referendum

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Boris Johnson on the EU Leave Campaign.

Boris ‘peddled racial hatred’ during EU campaign

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I’m going on hunger strike, says man who has to tell police 24 hours before he has sex

Crime 2

They didn’t stand a chance: How 1,770 Bradford Pals died in a single hour on the Somme

Homefront

Video captures US army veteran from Yorkshire being racially abused on Manchester tram

Crime 1

Brexit ‘has already scuppered NHS recruitment drive’ at Yorkshire hospitals

Health 1

‘Creepy’ Pc flashes pensioner, wearing policeman’s cape

Crime
Picture: Andrew Roe

North-south housing divide is wider than ever - and Brexit has frightened off buyers

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The owners and developers of Sunny Bank Mills, John Gaunt and William Gaunt at the site's community artspace. 
Picture by Simon Hulme

Our heritage goldmine: Mill owners told to tap into the ‘engines of past prosperity’ to drive future growth

Heritage
John McDonnell

Labour MPs are ‘like a lynch mob without the rope’

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Sir Nigel Knowles

‘Region’s economy will be given boost by devolution agreement’

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Cameron points finger at Corbyn over failure of Remain campaign

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn leaves his home in north London

Corbyn’s position untenable says Ed Miliband amid warning of worst crisis since World War II

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North-south housing divide is wider than ever - and Brexit has frightened off buyers

News
Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Brexit ‘has already scuppered NHS recruitment drive’ at Yorkshire hospitals

Health 1

Does Boris REALLY back Brexit? And five more of your referendum questions answered

Politics 1

Sheffield councillor Isobel Bowler dies

News 4

Baby Boomers vote for Brexit, but will today’s young families count the cost?

News

If we knew then what we know now... Vote again in our ‘second chance’ referendum

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Kingston Diamond Merchants in Halifax was targeted by robbers.

Two arrested in police operation after Halifax armed robbery

Crime
Passengers embrace each other as they wait outside Istanbul's Ataturk airport. Picture: AP Photo/Emrah Gurel

Istanbul terror attack: Three people detonated explosives that left 41 dead

Crime
Gregory King, 27, of York Place, Wetherby, has been jailed for 18 years for conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Wetherby man who was ‘major player’ in UK drugs trade jailed for 18 years

Crime
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I’m going on hunger strike, says man who has to tell police 24 hours before he has sex

Crime 2

BNP posts Jo Cox ‘Muslim’ slur through neighbours’ letterboxes as racist attacks soar

Crime 4

‘Creepy’ Pc flashes pensioner, wearing policeman’s cape

Crime

Video captures US army veteran from Yorkshire being racially abused on Manchester tram

Crime 1

Polish shopkeeper in Leeds taken to hospital after ‘racially aggravated incident’

Crime
Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Brexit ‘has already scuppered NHS recruitment drive’ at Yorkshire hospitals

Health 1
Holly Willoughby with a baby, taken from Truly Happy Baby: It Worked for Me by Holly Willoughby, published by Harper Collins

Holly’s happy baby book

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Becci Ellis and husband Mick (left) meet Yorkshire Air Ambulance pilot Captain Garry Brasher (right) and paramedics Matt Syrat and Sammy Wills at Nostell Priory.

Yorkshire motorcyclist’s tribute to medics after 254mph crash during land speed record bid

Health

Fear of giving birth can lead to post-natal depression

News

How I reached Scarborough in just 84 days on a diet of dog food, wild garlic and liquidised roast dinners

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Exercise 'can help improve brain'

Exercise ‘can help improve brain’

News
Researchers have received a grant of �869,000

Hull researchers receive £869,000 grant for fat in blood research

Health

Woman, 32, has cardiac arrest after hospital keeps giving her operation drug

Health

Tragic rugby player Ronan Costello saved five lives with his donated organs

Huddersfield

Cure for Parkinson’s disease on the horizon

News

#2016hours: First volunteers inspired by The YP’s Loneliness campaign get to work

Campaigns
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw

Staff, not funding to blame for failing children’s services in Rotherham and Doncaster - Ofsted

Education
Arts in action: The Leeds event aims to show just how valuable the arts and humanities are to the economy.

Fears of higher tuition fees based on ‘underestimated’ arts

Education
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan

Barnsley Council may consider running its own group of academies

Education

In pictures: Oscar winner returns to her North Yorkshire school

Education

Two million children now infected by drug resistant TB say Sheffield researchers

Health

YP Letters: All-year-round schools fit for the 21st century

Opinion

Ofsted boss calls on academy chains to open technical schools to tackle skills shortages

Education

Major teaching union votes for national one-day strike

Education 1
The Leeds city centre to Bradford section of the route will open tomorrow. Picture by James Hardisty.

Late call for ‘urgent review’ of Leeds to Bradford cycle route from £29million scheme

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Should Leeds have its own Underground system?

YP Letters: Going underground is the way ahead for cities like Leeds

Opinion
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Updated: Bradford road closed ‘after weapon fired’

Transport

Cyclist dies after HGV hit-and-run in Howden

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Cyclist in intensive care after Leeds A65 collision

Transport
Huddersfield railway station.

Armed police at railway station after man linked to drugs operation goes onto tracks

Crime
A furious commuter who was stranded miles from home after cancellations left her homeward journey in tatters has posted a disturbing video of rail staff arguing - with each other. Picture: SWNS

Off the rails 2: Passenger videos train staff yelling at each other after yet another cancelled service

Transport

Off the rails 1: How many guards does it take to close a train door? None, say bosses - they should be helping passengers instead

Transport

Leeds bus strike: Which buses are running today?

Transport

Parents to lobby councillors over road safety near Leeds school

News 1

Second Leeds bus strike will go ahead on Monday, June 20

Transport
Protesters outside Northallerton County Hall on the day the Third Energy fracking application was approved by North Yorkshire County Council.

Fracking legal aid plea is abandoned

News
Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Farmer of the Year: Judging takes place to pick the winner

News
A great crested grebe with one of her chicks.

Country & Coast: Nature’s fledgling alternative to Glastonbury

Environment
The Yorkshire Dales National Park will expand further into Cumbria and into Lancashire for the first time on Yorkshire Day.  Picture Tony Johnson.

New authority chairman moves to allay fears over historic Yorkshire Dales National Park expansion

Environment

Recruitment drive to monitor impacts of bee-friendly farming

Environment

YP Letters: Council raises genuine concerns on fracking

Opinion 9

Farming chief seeks assurances from EU commissioner

News

Dogs must be kept under control, the Queen’s swan marker says after attacks

News
Gill Singleton, of Green Hammerton, North Yorkshire,

Gill swaps fashion for country fayre

News

Forget Brexit, it’s how we mark the Somme centenary which will define us as a nation

Analysis
Major Booth was a talented and charismatic all-rounder for Yorkshire and England. He was killed on the first day of the battle while serving with the Leeds Pals.

The Somme: When Yorkshire’s finest faced their toughest test

Analysis
Eurythmics founder Dave Stewart is on a mission to bring empty churches back into use. Picture by Simon Godsave.

Why the Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart is on a mission to save Yorkshire’s empty churches

Music
Laurence Furlong at the Royal Voluntary Service Wakefield Meals With Care depot in Featherstone. 
Picture: Scott Merrylees

#2016hours: First volunteers inspired by The YP’s Loneliness campaign get to work

Campaigns
The Hawthornes resident Phyllis McLaughlin and her son Paul McLaughlin.

Picture : Jonathan Gawthorpe

Sharing stories from the past is making life less lonely for care home residents

Campaigns
The Women of Steel statue is unveiled in Barker's Pool

Unveiled: Sheffield’s brave Women of Steel honoured with statue

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Burt Kwouk, best known for playing Inspector Clouseau's manservant Cato in the Pink Panther films, who has died aged 85

Classic video: Actor Bert Kwouk - Clouseau’s Cato - dies at 85

Obituaries
Roger Millward has died at 68

Death of rugby league legend Roger Millward at 68

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