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Tom Richmond: Crisis? What Crisis? Summer of discontent as Brexit rows engulf Theresa May and Ministers fob off MPs

Opinion
HS2 will reach Leeds by 2033 and will run at 220mph.

Rail fares must be simpler if HS2 is to fulfil its potential, says firm’s outgoing chairman David Higgins

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Do soldiers receive sufficient support when they leavethe Army?

Jayne Dowle: We must not abandon our war veterans to fight their own demons as PTSD suicide toll grows

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Logan Taylor. PIC: PA

Man jailed for failing to fit smoke alarms in Huddersfield house where two boys died in fire

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South Yorkshire Police apologises over 'distress' caused to Sir Cliff Richard

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Sir Cliff Richard wins privacy case against BBC

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'Urgent Government review' needed into way military veteran deaths are recorded

Health

This is why Yorkshire does not currently have a hosepipe ban

Environment

Summer getaway as motorists face ‘frantic Friday’ congestion

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Bill Carmichael: Remoaners rage at rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg

Conservative MP for Shipley Philip Davies.

Yorkshire MP Philip Davies submits letter of no confidence in Theresa May after "losing trust" in her ability to deliver Brexit

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HS2 will reach Leeds by 2033 and will run at 220mph.

Rail fares must be simpler if HS2 is to fulfil its potential, says firm’s outgoing chairman David Higgins

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Can Theresa May survive the growing Brexit storm?

YP Letters: Leave failed to set out any Brexit plan

Opinion
One reader has written in support of Theresa May's Brexit White Paper. Do you back it?

YP Letters: Theresa May’s plan is still Brexit – but one that works in real world

Opinion
From left, Jill Liddington with descendents of Mary Taylor (above), Jan Woodward, Ellie Woodward-Webster, Beth Woodward, Sarah Wickham and Jenny Woodward, at Mary Taylor's former home in Skircoat Green, Halifax. (Picture: Simon Hulme).

Search for a Halifax suffragette

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Theresa May as she left Downing Street yesterday for Prime Minister's Questions.

Tom Richmond: Crisis? What Crisis? Summer of discontent as Brexit rows engulf Theresa May and Ministers fob off MPs

Opinion
Labour MP for Halifax Holly Lynch, who is expecting her first child in autumn, heavily criticised the Tories' failure to respect a voting pact with a colleague who is on maternity leave.

Pregnant MP Holly Lynch criticises Tories over Brandon Lewis breaking maternity leave voting pact with Jo Swinson

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Jayne Dowle: We must not abandon our war veterans to fight their own demons as PTSD suicide toll grows

Opinion

John Grogan: As The Open tees off, why sport is the big loser as pay TV dominates

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post says: Put victims first or risk tokenism charge

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post says: Britain is better off without Boris Johnson

Opinion
During a hearing held at Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesday, Judge Roger Thomas QC sent 25-year-old Lewis Robson to prison for 19 months for a string of charges including dangerous driving, possession of Class A drugs and failure to provide a specimen.

'It's a godsend no-one was injured,' Judge tells Doncaster man as he jails him for dangerous, rush-hour chase

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Liam Thompson was sentenced at Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesdau

Sheffield man attacked housemates at sheltered accommodation

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Van windscreen damaged in Harrogate

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Paul Harrigan

Dangerous killer released from prison then violently robbed woman on Yorkshire street

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Dangerous killer who beat man to death released from prison then violently robbed woman in Leeds

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Two 'possibly linked' sexual assaults reported in York

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Boy, 15, arrested in armed raid after Leeds shootings

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Appeal after group assault on North York Moors National Park pub punters

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Why plans for 1990s relief road route near Knaresborough could be axed

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These new signs can tell when you're using your phone while driving

Transport

Summer getaway as motorists face ‘frantic Friday’ congestion

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Fresh light shed on Virgin Trains East Coast franchise bid

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Photo issued by Rolls-Royce PLC of a flying taxi concept which has been unveiled by engine maker. The hybrid vehicle could transport five passengers at speeds of 250mph for up to 500 miles without being recharged. PA

Rolls-Royce unveils flying taxi that can do 250mph and take off vertically

Transport

Mental health day at Sheffield school gives pupils the tools they need to survive Year 11

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Josy Thompson, centre, with husband and co-owner of Funcare Ian, left, and Director of Early Years Dee Sturges.

Harrogate nurseries could be first to see bills halved

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Inquiry as watchdog strikes out school’s SATs result

Education
Middleton Primary School, Leeds...16th July 2018 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Parents ‘gutted’ as Standards and Testing Agency confirms Leeds school’s SATs papers are missing

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John’s cancer battle back on TV

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Terry Ryan, Chloe Darcy and Sally Ryan on the sponsored PAT dog walk in Harrogate.

Here's how Harrogate dogs are taking the lead in boosting mental health

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Do soldiers receive sufficient support when they leavethe Army?

Jayne Dowle: We must not abandon our war veterans to fight their own demons as PTSD suicide toll grows

Opinion
The travelling pharmacy will have a range of options available, including the morning after pill, ellaOne, and condoms

Leeds Festival to offer emergency contraception to attendees

Health
Photo credit: Matt Kirkham, Harrogate Town AFC.

Harrogate Town FC partners with private hospital to protect player's health

Health
A linnet, caught on camera by Kev Pointon.

Roger Ratcliffe: Flush of Yorkshire sightings of melodic common linnets

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WARNING! Tarantulas the size of dinner plates are on the loose

Environment

This is why Yorkshire does not currently have a hosepipe ban

Environment

York businessman sells up to go on adventure with young family

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Memories like Chris Bond's of the day that Elvis Presley died might not always be accurate. (Picture: PA).

Are our first memories real or fabricated

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From left, Jill Liddington with descendents of Mary Taylor (above), Jan Woodward, Ellie Woodward-Webster, Beth Woodward, Sarah Wickham and Jenny Woodward, at Mary Taylor's former home in Skircoat Green, Halifax. (Picture: Simon Hulme).

Search for a Halifax suffragette

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Timm Cleasby at Hillsborough Park. Picture: Andrew Roe

'We're so sad she's not going to be with us': Tramlines boss Timm Cleasby on Sheffield festival's tributes to Sarah Nulty and how move to Hillsborough Park is his biggest challenge yet

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Christa Ackroyd: Why it isn’t just Donald Trump who needs to learn some manners

Opinion
Can Theresa May survive the growing Brexit storm?

YP Letters: Leave failed to set out any Brexit plan

Opinion
One reader has written in support of Theresa May's Brexit White Paper. Do you back it?

YP Letters: Theresa May’s plan is still Brexit – but one that works in real world

Opinion
Poldark star Aiden Turner.

YP Letters: Wolf whistles are a compliment, not a crime

Opinion
Leeds businessman Mike Day is fundraising for a Christmas lunch for older people at risk of isolation in the city. Picture: Graham Flack

Leeds businessman ‘carries the baton’ of helping the lonely in memory of his dad

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For many Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, the transition to civilian life is the toughest battle of all.

The Yorkshire Post says: The hardest battle. Soldiers and fight against PTSD

Opinion
Loneliness minister Tracey Crouch at Headingley Stadium, Leeds, earlier this year.

£9m fund for loneliness projects is now open for applications

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Paul Hockney, former Lord Mayor of Bradford

Obituaries
Sarah Nulty and Public Enemy's Flava Flav. Picture: Simon Butler

Director of Tramlines music festival in Sheffield dies at 36

Obituaries
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