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Its speciality is fried herring bones, so is the Moorcock Inn Yorkshire’s best and most bonkers restaurant?

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Theresa May leaves an EU summit in Brussels last month.

Readers of The Yorkshire Post deliver Brexit verdict in major new survey

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Yorkshire swimming pool issues statement after three-year-old boy drowns - police investigating

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4 April 2018......   Baroness Sayeeda Warsi  at her family's bed manufacturers in Ravensthorpoe near Dewsbury.  Pictures: Tony Johnson.

Windrush scandal: Yorkshire ex-Minister Baroness Warsi blasts Government’s “unhealthy obsession with numbers”

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John Sentamu: In Stephen Lawrence’s memory, we will defy racism

Opinion

Sir Mo beats the heat to post British record at London Marathon

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Inspired by the London Marathon? Here are five Yorkshire challenges to test your mettle

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Tom Richmond: Theresa May’s leadership on Syria leaves Jeremy Corbyn under fire

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PICTURED: Dramatic images of spectacular lightning over Yorkshire

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

4 April 2018......   Baroness Sayeeda Warsi  at her family's bed manufacturers in Ravensthorpoe near Dewsbury.  Pictures: Tony Johnson.

Windrush scandal: Yorkshire ex-Minister Baroness Warsi blasts Government’s “unhealthy obsession with numbers”

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Members of a Mountain Rescue team paddle along Huntington Road in York, after the River Foss and Ouse burst their banks on Sunday December 27, 2015. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Review of ‘crucial’ flood alert system

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More than 60% of Harrogate residents would vote to remain in Europe again

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Theresa May leaves an EU summit in Brussels last month.

Readers of The Yorkshire Post deliver Brexit verdict in major new survey

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

YP Letters: Our enemies will be happy with Labour

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Calls for a second referendum on Brexit have been challenged by readers.

YP Letters: Remain could not be on ballot in a vote on final EU deal

Opinion
A fracking protest at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Rule puts brakes on the spread of fracking

Opinion

Tom Richmond: Theresa May’s leadership on Syria leaves Jeremy Corbyn under fire

Opinion

Lord Newby interview: ‘Broad coalition’ of Lords fighting May’s Brexit plan

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John Sentamu: In Stephen Lawrence’s memory, we will defy racism

Opinion

Justine Greening: It’s in the interests of Yorkshire business to fight for social mobility

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West Yorkshire Police has released this picture.

Police appeal after alleyway 'serious sexual assault' in Bradford

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Yorkshire swimming pool issues statement after three-year-old boy drowns - police investigating

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Police have released this e-fit of the robber.

'Dirty hair' robber punches woman and steals bike in Ferrybridge

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The 'gun' found in the man's bag (which turned out to be a child's toy)

Police called to reports of man with gun in Bradford and find 'cowboy'

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South Yorkshire man jailed for sexually assaulting two young girls

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LISTED: The legal limits for various illegal drugs and prescription medicines while driving

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Prolific Sheffield drug dealer put behind bars again

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Sheffield woman who set fire to own flat block to get revenge on neighbour is JAILED

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Fast and furious: Half of drivers think speeding is acceptable, poll finds

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Smart motorway

How the Smart motorway cameras on the M1 work - and how to avoid a fine

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Flying Scotsman returns to Yorkshire for trip over iconic viaduct

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Do you support Labour's plan to extend free bus travel to 16 to 25-year-olds?

YP Letters: No such thing as a free bus for the young

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Train passenger's jaw broken in attack on Leeds to Sheffield train

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New schools could provide nearly 1,000 Leeds pupil places

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Justine Greening was born in Rotherham.  The Conservative MP has held three Cabinet posts and is now a leading social mobility campaigner.

Justine Greening: It’s in the interests of Yorkshire business to fight for social mobility

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Civic Hall.

Leeds charter to create careers education 'entitlement'

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Hull College in Queens Gardens - with the statue of William Wilberforce - where job cuts are likely.

Union accuses Hull College Group of "bizarre" underhand tactics after it permits ice cream van to sell discounted treats during protest

Education

Brews with benefits: the health-boosting perks of a good cuppa

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Adorable five-year-old Bobbi has an incredible family behind her. Picture: Katie Gordon

Harrogate family's 'Herculean' effort for five-year-old born with rare condition

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Experts warn of 'toxic plume' ahead of hottest April day for nearly 70 years

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Leeds hairdresser Matt Turner going the extra mile in memory of bone cancer victim Jude

Leeds

Measles: Everything you need to know about the disease, how to spot it and how to treat it

Health
The Asian hornet.

How beekeepers are waking up to spring

Analysis
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to go 30 Days Wild.

Seize spring and go 30 days wild

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A fracking protest at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Rule puts brakes on the spread of fracking

Opinion
Stuart and Helen Stephenson outside The Gait Inn.

The Gaitn Inn may be off the beaten track in Millington, but it’s always a hit

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The Asian hornet.

How beekeepers are waking up to spring

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A mountain gorilla. PA Photo/Renato Granieri.

Travel review: The Uganda gorilla trail

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Knaresborough Bed Race.

Inspired by the London Marathon? Here are five Yorkshire challenges to test your mettle

Analysis

YP Letters: Our enemies will be happy with Labour

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Calls for a second referendum on Brexit have been challenged by readers.

YP Letters: Remain could not be on ballot in a vote on final EU deal

Opinion
A fracking protest at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Rule puts brakes on the spread of fracking

Opinion
Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement to MPs in the House of Commons over her decision to launch air strikes against Syria.

Tom Richmond: Theresa May’s leadership on Syria leaves Jeremy Corbyn under fire

Opinion
Claire Throssell chats with Jean Leadbeater at the tea party held at the Holiday Inn in Barnsley. Picture Scott Merrylees

Campaigning parents united by grief support tea party that has brought joy to hundreds of lonely people

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Jo Cox's sister Kim Leadbeater with MPs Rachel Reeves, right,  and Seema Kennedy, at the launch the long-awaited final report of the Jo Cox Loneliness Commission in December. Picture Tony Johnson.

Jo Cox Foundation will continue to ‘push for change’ on loneliness

Health

Watch: Loneliness 'won't be solved overnight' says minister on Yorkshire fact-finding trip

Health
Barbara Bush, a former First Lady of America, has died, aged 92.

The Yorkshire Post says: A lasting legacy. Barbara Bush’s place in history

Opinion
Len Tingle.

Obituary: Len Tingle, political journalist

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