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Too early to celebrate a new world for the wonderful people of Zimbabwe, writes Bishop of Leeds

Homefront

The Queen and Prince Philip: Bells ring again for wedding that lit up Britain

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'Ring of steel' as armed police and anti-terror barriers at Christmas markets including Leeds

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Huge tailbacks on the A1

Northern Powerhouse leaders make transport cash plea to ensure Yorkshire economy grows

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Potential lies in our ‘disappearing’ historic Yorkshire textile mills, says heritage body

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More homes needed to meet North Yorkshire garrison’s expansion

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The shocking scale of online extremism as 300,000 videos, pages and posts removed

Crime

Police officer from Castleford ‘raped domestic violence victim’ - jury told

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‘Don’t sleep on your back’ mums-to-be told, after Leeds University study reveals link to stillbirth

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‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

Andrew Vine
Paula Dillon, President of Leeds Chamber Commerce.

New Chamber of Commerce boss Dillon calls for far more women in STEM jobs

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Chancellor Philip Hammond

Budget: Philip Hammond makes pitch for the youth vote with student loan pledge

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Huge tailbacks on the A1

Northern Powerhouse leaders make transport cash plea to ensure Yorkshire economy grows

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The scheme to tackle unemployment in South Yorkshire was due to get going next year.

Unemployment scheme to help thousands in South Yorkshire is halted over devolution worries

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Karl Turner, Hull East MP

Family of woman from Hull held in Egyptian jail apologise to government

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

Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness co-chair: Ending the blight of loneliness is a challenge for us all

Opinion
The application for the Wildlife Centre has been withdrawn so further consultation can be carried out

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust withdraw Nidderdale wildlife centre application for further consultation

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YP Letters: Allow councils to borrow to build homes

Opinion

YP Letters: Neither MPs nor peers will dare to thwart Brexit Bills

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YP Letters: Time that Government cracked down on tax exiles

Opinion

‘Leeds can compete with the likes of Munich, Frankfurt and Boston’

Opinion
The driver was arrested in a field

Driver arrested after A64 police chase

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The assault is believed to have occurred in an address in Longwestgate

Man in serious condition after Scarborough assault

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A serial burglar has been put behind bars for over two years, after he raided the home of a Doncaster man he claimed had mistreated his friend.

Burglar jailed for raiding home of Doncaster man he claimed had mistreated his friend

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Cannabis plants were discovered at the property in Shelf

Cannabis farm busted in Halifax

Crime

South Yorkshire child abuser Arshid Hussain found guilty of indecent assault on 13-year-old girl

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Jury sworn in trial of Sheffield dentistry student accused of preparing terrorist acts

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The shocking scale of online extremism as 300,000 videos, pages and posts removed

Crime

Man 'drifting across lanes' on West Yorkshire motorway pulled over - so how much trouble can you get into for driving tired?

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Northern Powerhouse leaders make transport cash plea to ensure Yorkshire economy grows

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Drone pictures have been released of the repair work at Eden Brows on the Settle to Carlisle railway line

Aerial pictures reveal how they shored up Settle-Carlisle rail line

Transport

Delays on A1 near Leeds after three-car crash

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Tech investment is expected to be included in Wednesday's Budget

The tech budget: Driverless cars are go, 5G roll-out and millions for AI

Politics
Buses on a Sheffield route are being diverted this evening, after yobs smashed windows on vehicles operating on the route in two separate incidents.

TRAVEL ALERT: Buses on Sheffield route diverted after vandals smash vehicle windows in TWO separate incidents

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Chess ace Leeds MP drops into school for eight games at once

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An artist's impression of the extended Ecclesall Infant School

Plans to extend Sheffield primary school are given go-ahead

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Scotland's decision to bring in a minimum price per unit for alcohol will save 120 lives a year once it takes full effect, experts who researched the impact of the policy at the University of Sheffield have said.

Sheffield University study claims minimum unit alcohol price will save 120 lives a year

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Mass communication graduates were likely to earn an average of just 22,300.

These are the university courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education 1

Sleeping on side ‘cuts risk’ during pregnancy

Health
Alcoholism is Harrogate's hidden problem but it can be tackled.

Harrogate's 'secret' alcoholism in spotlight

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‘Don’t sleep on your back’ mums-to-be told, after Leeds University study reveals link to stillbirth

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

Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness co-chair: Ending the blight of loneliness is a challenge for us all

Opinion
Chloe Bellerby signing for her soccer scholarship.

Meet the inspirational Harrogate teenager walking from Leeds to London to raise awareness of mental health

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How otters came home to the Peak District

Analysis
Pictures by Robert E Fuller.

Wildlife artist goes in the footsteps of fantastic Mr Fox

Analysis
Expect a hard frost overnight

Yorkshire set for big freeze with temperatures dropping to -4

Environment

How otters came home to the Peak District

Analysis
Armando Iannucci, who will be at the Kings Hall, Ilkley, on Tuesday.

Armando Iannucci: The music behind the satire

Analysis
Pictures by Robert E Fuller.

Wildlife artist goes in the footsteps of fantastic Mr Fox

Analysis
Read Julian Norton's weekly column first, in Country Week every Saturday, only in your weekend edition of The Yorkshire Post. Picture by James Hardisty.

Julian Norton: Nightshade worries for Bert

Analysis

Mark Casci: How the once mighty Budget speech is now an exercise in going through the motions

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

Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness co-chair: Ending the blight of loneliness is a challenge for us all

Opinion
A prison officer walks past a news stand in Harare, Zimbabwe Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Longtime President Robert Mugabe ignored a midday deadline set by the ruling party to step down or face impeachment proceedings, while Zimbabweans, stunned by his lack of resignation during a national address, vowed more protests to make him leave. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Too early to celebrate a new world for the wonderful people of Zimbabwe, writes Bishop of Leeds

Homefront
Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Imperial State Crown, and the Duke of Edinburgh, in the uniform of Admiral of the Fleet, waving from the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the Queen's Coronation. The Royal couple celebrate their platinum wedding anniversary on November 20. PA Wire

The Yorkshire Post says: Congratulations to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh and a thank you for 70 years of stability

Opinion
Contact the Elderly is encouraging people to over a spare seat at the dinner table to someone who may be lonely

Yorkshire's elderly are skipping meals to avoid eating alone, new research shows

Campaigns

New app connects mums worldwide - using their voices

Campaigns
Ripon hornblower Wayne Cobbett: One of many of Ripon's great traditions. 
Picture taken by Paul Oldham as part of his brilliant People of Ripon photography project which celebrates everyone who makes our city so special.

Launch of Pride in Ripon campaign: 10 things that make us all proud of our city

Campaigns
Fr Theodore Young

Father Theodore Young, Ampleforth monk

Obituaries