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Cliff Richard wants ‘very substantial damages’ from BBC over South Yorkshire Police raid on his home

The BBC has mounted a defence after Sir Cliff Richard took legal action in the wake of reports naming him as a suspected sex offender.

Crime
The two brothers who tortured two young boys, as they appeared in court. Drawing: Priscilla Coleman

Judge asked to extend ban on naming sadistic Edlington brothers to protect their human rights

A JUDGE is being asked to give indefinite anonymity to two South Yorkshire brothers who tortured two young boys in a bout of “prolonged, sadistic violence” when they were 10 and 11 years old.

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Doncaster's Andy Williams makes it 1-1. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Doncaster 1 Blackpool 1: Ferguson left fuming as Rovers suffer Trophy exit in penalty drama

IF there is to be a positive to crashing out of a competition that offers a realistic route to Wembley then avoiding a potential trip to Swansea, Brighton or Southampton in the new year to take on an Academy team is probably it.

Doncaster Rovers
HS2 continues to divide opinion.

YP Letters: HS2 is about rail capacity, not speed

From: Dr Alex Strickland, Childwall Road, Liverpool.

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Police are investigating a report of trespassing at Doncaster Sheffield Airport received last month.

Three men questioned about endangering aircraft at Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Specialist officers are questioning three men about their involvement in an incident at Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
Crime
Commuters pile onto a train

Move right down the carriage: 29m squeeze through Leeds station

LEEDS Station was named today as the third busiest in the country, outside London.

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Police want to trace this woman as part of their investigation.

CCTV appeal: Women dragged by their hair during Sheffield takeaway assault

Two women were dragged by their hair and assaulted in a takeaway in Sheffield.
Crime
Doncaster Rovers' manager Darren Ferguson (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Doncaster v Blackpool: Darren Ferguson is fan of much-maligned cup

The Checkatrade EFL Trophy has been battered from pillar to post this season, by manager, media and supporters alike.

Doncaster Rovers
Tony Stewart

Character and desire: How Rotherham United owner Tony Stewart plans to find the right man for the job

TONY STEWART has been here before – many times, in fact.

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Weather warning

Severe weather warning: Extreme fog to slash visibility on roads tonight

Extreme and dense fog will slash visibility on the roads in Leeds and across Yorkshire tonight.

News
Picture posed by models

Divided Britain: The Sheffield school where migrants went from 5% to 95% in just a few years

A SCHOOL in Sheffield has gone from an immigrant population of less than five per cent to 95pc in just a few years, the author of a government-commissioned report revealed today.

Education 3
Man jailed for 15 years after raping girl in Barnsley

Man jailed for 15 years after raping girl in Barnsley

A man has been jailed for 15 years after being found guilty of raping a schoolgirl.

News
Hipster hotspot: Sheffield's sought-after Ecclesall Road

Revealed: Yorkshire’s hipster hotpots where trendy buyers price others out of the market

Headingley in Leeds, and Sheffield’s Ecclesall Road have been identified as Yorkshire’s top “hipster hotspots”, where demand from creative, upwardly-mobile buyers has pushed up house prices disproportionately.

Homes 2
Serial burglar used 'lies and deception' to target elderly and vulnerable in Sheffield

Serial burglar used 'lies and deception' to target elderly and vulnerable in Sheffield

A 'PROLIFIC' criminal is behind bars after burgling elderly and vulnerable people across Sheffield.

News
The M1 in South Yorkshire

Roadworks speed limits scrapped in trial to beat Yorkshire M-way gridlock

Faster speed limits beside motorway roadworks are being trialled on a stretch of the M1 in South Yorkshire to beat delays while routes are improved and repaired.

Transport 1
Nick Freeman, also known as Mr Loophole, has criticised the reliance on speed cameras to police the roads.

“Startling” statistics prompt speed camera criticism from traffic lawyer Mr Loophole

NEW FIGURES have highlighted the increasing gulf between motorists caught speeding by cameras and those caught by uniformed traffic officers.

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Burton 2 Rotherham Utd 1: Emotions run high for Millers’ caretaker boss Paul Warne

Burton 2 Rotherham Utd 1: Emotions run high for Millers’ caretaker boss Paul Warne

Paul Warne was holding back the tears after his first game as Rotherham’s caretaker manager ended in defeat.

Football
Stevenage 3 Doncaster 4: Top spot is not good enough for Darren Ferguson

Stevenage 3 Doncaster 4: Top spot is not good enough for Darren Ferguson

DONCASTER Rovers manager Darren Ferguson was left “disappointed” despite his side going top of the table after a seven-goal thriller.

Football
health Secretary Jeremy Hunt must recognise the pressures facing junior doctors on hospital wards.

Jayne Dowle: Look after health of those who are saving our lives

HOW would you feel if the person with the power to save your life was too tired to do their job? I am asking because a new poll of trainee doctors finds that punishing working hours are leaving them too exhausted to work. More than half worked beyond their agreed weekly hours, and up to a quarter said weekly working patterns left them short of sleep.

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