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

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Stephen Watson, Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police

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

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Sir Cliff Richard has won his privacy case against the BBC

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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Home Office knew of Rotherham child sex abuse 10 years before bombshell report exposed scandal

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Bernard Ingham: Maverick Trump shows us how to get tough with the EU

Opinion
Theresa May is, once again, fighting for her political life.

The Yorkshire Post says: Another mess as Government cancels its own early holiday

Opinion

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

The entertainer Sir Cliff Richard after he won his High Court privacy battle.

The Yorkshire Post says: Rights of suspects. Sir Cliff Richard, the BBC and the police

Opinion
Doncaster Royal Infirmary

Residents' anger as council impose new parking restrictions on these road surrounding Doncaster Royal Infirmary

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What should be Britain's future relationship with the EU?

YP Letters: Get real on Brexit – back Theresa May’s plan or face no deal at all

Opinion
People paddling in Hebden Beck at Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, as hot weather continues. Has too little common sense been used in the heatwave?

YP Letters: Box-ticking mentality is end of common sense

Opinion
Countryside communities can enjoy a brighter future if longstanding connectivity issues are tackled effectively, rural leaders have told a House of Lords Select Committee.'Picture by James Hardisty.

Broadband is key to easing rural communities crisis, peers told

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Jared O'Mara. Picture: Dean Atkins

Sheffield MP Jared O'Mara cuts back work in Westminster on doctor's orders days after quitting Labour

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An artist's impression of how the scheme will look

Doncaster councillors approve plan to spend £10m on new town centre cinema and restaurants

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The Yorkshire Post says: Another mess as Government cancels its own early holiday

Opinion

Bernard Ingham: Maverick Trump shows us how to get tough with the EU

Opinion

GP Taylor: President Trump told the ugly truth about modern Britain

Opinion

Chris Moncrieff: May on brink as Corbyn awaits chance

Opinion
Tommy Robinson in Leeds

Judges reserve decision in Tommy Robinson's appeal against contempt sentence

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Rotherham MP Sarah Champion

Home Office knew of Rotherham child sex abuse 10 years before bombshell report exposed scandal

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VIDEO: Shocking footage shows 'dangerous and illegal' dog walker on live Yorkshire motorway

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Crackdown on anti-social drug users in York sees more than a dozen arrests

Crime

Garage equipment stolen in Hull may be offered for sale

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New appeal over violence in Selby which left boy, 17, with cut to head

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Man injured in one of two shootings in Leeds on same day

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Watchdog estimates Humberside Police failing to record 14,200 crimes a year

Crime

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
Arriva

Union suspends Arriva North strike pending talks in driver-only trains row

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

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Bringing the Bard to life for school children

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Education

School on ‘fast track to closure’ after standalone bid refused

Education
Pressure rising on teachers, unions warn.

‘With fewer staff, pressure on teachers rises’, former Yorkshire headteacher warns

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John’s cancer battle back on TV

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

Leeds Festival to offer free emergency contraception to attendees

Health
Slime Toys PICS: Which?

Warning over 'slime toys' available on Amazon containing high levels of chemical that could cause harm to unborn babies

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Photo credit: Matt Kirkham, Harrogate Town AFC.

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

Health

How new service helps veterans 'suffering in silence', says Leeds psychiatrist

Health
A linnet, caught on camera by Kev Pointon.

Roger Ratcliffe: Flush of Yorkshire sightings of melodic common linnets

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This is why Yorkshire does not currently have a hosepipe ban

Environment
With the schools set to break up next week, the question many people will be asking is: what the weather will be like during the summer break?

This is what the weather is set to be like in Yorkshire over the school summer holidays

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

Opinion
The use of data could help to reduce the number of people  living in poverty, says Greg Wright

Greg Wright: Let’s sift the big data to help those living in poverty

Opinion
The entertainer Sir Cliff Richard after he won his High Court privacy battle.

The Yorkshire Post says: Rights of suspects. Sir Cliff Richard, the BBC and the police

Opinion

YP Letters: Theresa May’s devious Brexit plan will lead only to crisis

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

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

Campaigns
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
Littlebeck Methodist Chapel in Whitby hosted a special Men's Shed where men can come to work on woodwork projects and socialise.Pictured are: Bob Hodge,Mick Jenkins and Dennis Metcalfe in the shed.  Picture: Richard Ponter

‘Men’s Sheds’ are having an impact on loneliness, health and self-esteem

Campaigns
Paul Hockney

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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