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Retired officers accused of 'gross misconduct' over Ian Watkins allegations will face no action

Three police officers found to have a case to answer for gross misconduct in relation to the handling of allegations about paedophile musician Ian Watkins will face no action because they have all retired.
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Joanne Mjadzelics

Exclusive interview: I warned police Lostprophets star Ian Watkins was a paedophile - but they prosecuted me instead

A woman who repeatedly warned South Yorkshire Police that rock star Ian Watkins was a paedophile was not just ignored – but falsely accused of being a child sex criminal herself.
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Joanne Mjadzelics

Exclusive - Ex-partner of paedophile rock star Ian Watkins: "Police treated me like I was crazy"

A former partner of rock star Ian Watkins has told The Yorkshire Post of her fury that South Yorkshire Police ignored her repeated warnings that the singer was a dangerous paedophile - with three officers accused of ‘gross misconduct’ facing no further action after retiring.
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Research suggests up to 10 million workers are currently employed in insecure work

MP Stephanie Peacock: Is Theresa May up to the job of tackling insecure work

WHEN Theresa May stood outside Downing Street just over a year ago, she raised the issue of insecure work – saying people “have jobs, but don’t always have job security”. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the Tory leader’s statement as an accurate prediction of her own employment status.

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Ian Watkins

Exclusive: How South Yorkshire Police missed multiple chances to stop Lostprophets paedophile Ian Watkins

South Yorkshire Police officers ignored repeated warnings from the ex-girlfriend of rock star Ian Watkins that he was a dangerous paedophile - and put a child at risk of being abused for months.
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Coun Alison Teal, Calvin Payne and Dave Dillner.

BREAKING: Sheffield tree campaigners will not appeal injunction ruling

Three Sheffield tree campaigners have decided not to appeal a High Court injunction stopping them from protesting inside safety barriers.
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Despite daily pressures. junior doctor Melody Redman is still committed to the NHS.

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

“I USED to want to be a doctor,” was the response I received from my 13-year-old patient, Maya, as I asked her about her career aspirations.

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Apprenticeship provider rated 'inadequate'

Apprenticeship provider rated 'inadequate'

The UK’s largest adult training and apprenticeships provider has been rated “inadequate” by the education watchdog.

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Traffic and travel.

Broken down train causing rush-hour delays throughout South Yorkshire

A broken down train is causing rush-hour delays for rail services across South Yorkshire this morning.

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A Sheffield man, who admitted to downloading child pornography which shows children as young as four being abused, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Suspended sentence for Sheffield man who downloaded child abuse images involving children as young as four

A Sheffield man, who admitted to downloading child pornography which shows children as young as four being abused, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

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Kyle Thompson pictured arriving at court in 2012, when he was sentenced for one of a string of indecent exposure offences

Jail for serial Sheffield flasher who performed sex acts on himself in public lifts

A serial Sheffield flasher has been put behind bars after he admitted to performing sex acts on himself in front of 'lone, vulnerable women' when they entered public lifts he was using.
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Sheffield's tree-felling scandal has made national headlines.

YP Letters: Council’s failings over Sheffield tree affair are clear to see

From: L Wilcockson, Sheffield.

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Support for Yorkshire MP Champion as child abuse race row causes division

Support for Yorkshire MP Champion as child abuse race row causes division

A Cabinet minister has insisted there must be an "honest open debate" about child abuse after a Labour frontbencher quit following a backlash when she claimed the country had a problem with British Pakistani men raping white girls.

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Do you recognise this man?

Man assaulted on train between Leeds and Doncaster

A man was left with a black eye after being assaulted on a train travelling between Leeds and Doncaster.

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VIDEO: Sheffield students celebrate success under 'increased pressure'' due to education reforms

The nervous wait was finally over for thousands of Sheffield teenagers this morning - as they got their hands on their A-level results.
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Traffic and travel.

Broken down freight train causing delays across South Yorkshire

A broken down freight train is causing delays and cancellations to rail services across South Yorkshire this morning.

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One-time Labour schools minister Lord Adonis.

Opinion: Student success is tarnished by political attacks

IT is getting difficult to follow all of the negative Press about universities at the moment, much of it focused on vice-chancellors and seemingly triggered by the one-man Twitter storm that is one-time Labour schools minister Andrew Adonis.

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Bryan Lodge has claimed the council could be hit with a financial penalty running into millions of pounds if tree removal work is not completed this year.

Sheffield Council claims it may have to pay 'millions' if 500 trees not axed by New Year

Sheffield Council has said it may have to pay millions of pounds in penalty charges if it does not remove 500 trees from city streets by New Year.

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Cooper & Turner acquired by Watermill Group

Manufacturing and distribution giant Cooper & Turner has been acquired by The Watermill Group for an undisclosed sum.

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A Sheffield man who set up a cannabis factory at his home was taught a 'very harsh lesson' when a group of thugs raided his property for drugs and left him with life-changing head injuries, a court heard.

Sheffield cannabis grower suffered life-changing head injuries at hands of thugs who raided his home for drugs

A Sheffield man who set up a cannabis factory at his home was taught a 'very harsh lesson' when a group of thugs raided his property for drugs and left him with life-changing head injuries, a court heard.

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