The homefront

How Leeds United fan Tim Marshall went from painting and decorating to broadcasting from war zones

Tim Marshall swapped being a ‘completely rubbish’ painter and decorator for reporting from some of the world’s most dangerous places for Sky News. Chris Burn reports.

Passengers evacuated after fighter jets are scrambled to intercept Ryanair plane

A security scare on board a Ryanair flight that was escorted by RAF jets and saw flights at Stansted Airport grounded was a suspected hoax, the airline said.

Mike Haines, the brother of David Haines who was murdered by Islamic State terrorists.

Yorkshire man remembered at anti-terror rally

VICTIMS of the Islamic State terror group and other injustices around the world have been remembered in a peaceful demonstration in London.

World leaders meeting at the United Nations last week, but will there be any end to the suffering in the Middle East?

YP Letters: Face to face with suffering in refugee camps

From: Heather Stroud, Gilling East.

Raymond Matimba is believed to have left Britain in 2014 to link up with terrorists in the region that included Mohammed Emwazi, the executioner also known as Jihadi John, pictured.

Northern Jihadist 'identified as key ISIS sniper and Jihadi John associate'

A jihadist who fled Manchester for Syria has been identified as a key member of a clique of British fighters that included Jihadi John, it has been reported.

How would post-war history have differed if Winston Churchill had won the 1945 election?

YP Letters: What if Churchill had shaped post-war world?

From: Arthur Quarmby, Mill Moor Road, Meltham.

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Two men 'fostered by the same couple' questioned over Parsons Green bombing

Two men who were fostered by the same British couple are being questioned by police investigating the Parsons Green bombing, it has been claimed.

Back to normal this morning as commuters take the train at Parsons Green.

Counter-terror officers visited Parsons Green suspect's home, says neighbour

Counter-terror police visited the main suspect in the Parsons Green bombing just weeks ago, a neighbour has claimed.

Panic among commuters as 'explosion' leaves 'many injured' on London underground

A huge counter-terrorism investigation has been launched after a bomb was detonated on a packed London Underground train.


'The kettle's on': Londoners offering hot drinks to those affected by explosion

Londoners have offered to "put the kettle on" for people affected by the explosion in Parsons Green.

Passengers left 'covered in blood' after 'fireball' explosion on packed London Underground train

Commuters fled in terror as an explosion rocked the London Underground this morning in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.

Veteran tells of life-changing charity support

AN Iraq war veteran from Richmond has told how discovering a passion for art has helped him deal with the struggles he faced after a tank he was travelling in was hit by 18 rocket-propelled grenades.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

YP Letters: These actions should be classed as war crimes

From: D S Boyes, Upper Rodley Lane, Leeds

Faustin Rukundo and Violette Uwamahoro with baby Gideon at their home in Beeston

Joy as Leeds mother reunited with her family after arrest in Rwanda gives birth to baby boy

It WAS a plea so surreal it almost defied belief. A pregnant Leeds mother, feared kidnapped in Rwanda and tortured over her husband’s political standing.

Is unreliable public transport holding back Leeds? (PA).

YP Letters: Transport is the key to city’s Culture bid

From: Jaimes Moran, Member of Leeds Green Party.

Wreckage of World War Two bomber found in North Sea

Wreckage of World War Two bomber found in North Sea

Wreckage of a World War Two aircraft which assisted efforts to drive the Nazis from Norway is thought to have been discovered in the North Sea.


Terror attacks in Spain: What we know so far

Terrorists struck in Barcelona on Thursday night, killing 13 and injuring more than 100. Here's what we know so far:-


BREAKING NEWS: Police kill five terrorists wearing suicide belts in second attack in Spain

Five terrorists wearing suicide belts rammed civilians with a car in a Spanish seaside town before being shot dead by police in a second attack to hit the country.

Will Brexit compromise Europe's peace?

YP Letters: EU owes its very existence to Britain and Sir Winston

From: AD Sutcliffe, High Street, Calver, Derbyshire.

Parkash Samra, 86, was living in India at the time of partition. (Tony Johnson).

The Partition of India - Bearing witness to history

In the final part of our series marking the 70th anniversary of the Partition of India, Chris Bond talks to those from the Hindu and Sikh side whose families were caught up in the turmoil.

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