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Murdered MP Jo Cox's widower quits charity roles after sexual assault allegations

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the Bell signatures chosen by Lily Cole for the Making Thunder Roar exhibition at the Bronte Parsonage Museum

EXCLUSIVE: Lily Cole speaks for the first time about her new role at the Brontë Parsonage Museum

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The house is topped with a leaf-shaped, living roof with turf and sedum

One of Yorkshire’s most remarkable coastal homes

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BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration.

My Yorkshire: Harry Gration on his favourite people and places

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For sale and flush with potential: Loos with a view in Yorkshire

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NHS plea to Government over funding: Postponed operations hit finances

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Caroline Flint: Why the banks must be held to account over branch closures

Opinion

Hundreds of mourners say final farewell to 'true Yorkshirewoman' Hannah Hauxwell

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Thieves 'cut hole in Harrogate antiques shop roof' and snatch £100,000 of items

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

Trump: As clever as a brain pie

Glenmont boss says Trump will now slow renewables

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The Bishop of Leeds, The Rt Rev Nick Baines

Bishop of Leeds welcomes agreement for church spires to be used to boost broadband in rural areas

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PIC: James Hardisty

Transport top of the agenda for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Leeds visit

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Mary Creagh, MP for Wakefield. PHOTOS: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Mary Creagh: ‘I want to bring Wakefield out of Leeds’s shadow and into the future’

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Murdered MP Jo Cox's widower quits charity roles after sexual assault allegations

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Boris Johnson wipes the sweat from his brow during his keynote speech on Brexit this week.

YP Letters: Confused by the Brexit arguments put forward by Boris-bashing Remainers

Opinion
The future of the Yorkshire Dales is in the spotlight after a proposed council tax hike on second homes.

YP Letters: Council tax not a tool for social engineering in Yorkshire Dales

Opinion

YP Letters: How would today’s children cope with war?

Opinion

Caroline Flint: Why the banks must be held to account over branch closures

Opinion

Conal Gregory: There’s plenty to bark about as China enters the year of the dog

Personal Finance

Kevin Beaty: Rural and urban in the UK should be one; not competing. We should be working together in a sense of common fellowship

Opinion

Leeds Lives Not Knives message taken into community

Crime

‘I lost my son to knife crime’: Leeds mum uses her experience to educate city’s teenagers

Crime
Rolex at Prestons on Commercial Street, Leeds. Image: Google

Ram raid at Leeds city centre Rolex watch shop

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The A661 at Follifoot. Image: Google

Driver fled scene of crash near Harrogate which left woman injured

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Three men held by Bradford police after reports of armed man entering building

Crime

North Yorkshire Police call on public to prevent slaughter of birds of prey

Crime

Bradford police search 30 people and stop vehicle after reports of man entering building with gun

Crime

Prison escape: Hunt continues for convicted armed robber who may be in Leeds

Crime

This is why traffic in Leeds could be even WORSE on Monday

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PIC: James Hardisty

Transport top of the agenda for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Leeds visit

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The crashed happened in Otley Road, close to the junction with Cottage Road. Picture: Google

Police directing traffic after motorcyclist injured in crash in Headingley

Transport

Watch woman walk dog along guided busway on Leeds five-lane carriageway

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Clipper said its new training initiative, which is called Revolve, stands not only to benefit Clipper and its employees, but also the wider industry

Clipper to train warehouse employees as drivers

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YP Letters: How would today’s children cope with war?

Opinion

‘Staggering’ link between literacy and life expectancy is revealed

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Celebration: TLC campaigners learn that councillors have backed the transfer option

Council backs community option for Todmorden College

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Should all school meals be free?

GP Taylor: School dinners should be free – and fully British

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NHS plea to Government over funding: Postponed operations hit finances

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‘Staggering’ link between literacy and life expectancy is revealed

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Success of keyhole bladder op at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust

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Revealed: The 10 best GP surgeries in Leeds according to NHS rankings

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Can sport give you arthritis?

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Watch: Exotic wild parakeets caught on camera at Yorkshire nature reserve

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Labour wants to 'strengthen' the Hunting Act

Labour’s welfare plan ‘out of touch with rural life’

Environment
A hippo in Liwonde National Park. PA Photo/Sarah Marshall.

Travel review: Safari in Malawi

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A fish course of hand dived scallop, onion puree, pickled cucumber, carrot, butternut squash  and curry butter at The Park restaurant in York .

Restaurant review: The Park, York

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the Bell signatures chosen by Lily Cole for the Making Thunder Roar exhibition at the Bronte Parsonage Museum

EXCLUSIVE: Lily Cole speaks for the first time about her new role at the Brontë Parsonage Museum

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Hannah Peel is one of the country's leading composers of electronic music. submit

How Hannah Peel grew up to be one of Britain’s most exciting composers

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YP Letters: Confused by the Brexit arguments put forward by Boris-bashing Remainers

Opinion
The future of the Yorkshire Dales is in the spotlight after a proposed council tax hike on second homes.

YP Letters: Council tax not a tool for social engineering in Yorkshire Dales

Opinion
Do exams put children under too much stress?

YP Letters: How would today’s children cope with war?

Opinion
Traders and residents have been hit by bank closures in Wath-upon-Dearne - they are pictured outside a former branch.

Caroline Flint: Why the banks must be held to account over branch closures

Opinion
Michelle Beckett at the launch event

Harrogate campaigner launches first-ever All Party Parliamentary group on ADHD

Campaigns

Theresa May praises Post for fight on lonely - as new minister admits there is no ‘quick fix’

Campaigns
Tracey Crouch, the newly appointed loneliness minister, in her office in Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport

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The Big Interview: Loneliness Minister Tracey Crouch on the ‘phenomenal’ challenge ahead

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