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Police tent erected at Sheffield murder scene after death of boy, 15

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BREAKING NEWS: Legendary Sheffield boxing trainer Brendan Ingle dies at 77

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The Dibble's Bridge coach crash, near Pateley Bridge, in 1975.

Renembering the Yorkshire road tragedy that time has forgotten

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24 May 2018......   Windrush child Lorenzo Hoyte who came to Beeston in Leeds in the 1960s  was unable to attend his mother or his brothers funerals because he is not classed as a British citizen and canot get a passport to travel abroad. he was also unable to travel to the Moscow Olympics in 1980 or the Los Angeles games in 1984 to see his sister Josyln Hoyte-Smith compete in the women's 4x400m relay.'Mt Hoyte, 61, now of Wrenthoprpe, Wakefield, works as a welder At Hopkins Catering Equipment in Pudsey. 'Lorenzo with his brothers Barbados passport he came into the country with as a child. Picture Tony Johnson.

Leeds Windrush victim could not travel to see star athlete sister’s Olympic glory

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LOWEDGES MURDER: Everything we know so far

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The Yorkshire Post says: Who’d be a spy? MI6 turns from Oxbridge to TV

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Grayling rejects calls to renationalise Northern rail and suggests leaders in the region should also face criticism

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Paula Sherriff: Why ‘failing’ Chris Grayling must resign over chaos on the railways

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Tory MP for Morley and Outwood Andrea Jenkyns with her son, who she nicknamed "Brexit Clifford" because he was born on March 29 2017 - the day Article 50 triggered.

Yorkshire Brexiteer Andrea Jenkyns quits Government to ensure UK does not end up 'half in, half out' of EU

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

22 May 2018......  Stewart Arnold, leader of the Yorkshire Party.  Picture Tony Johnson.

Rotherham council leader urged to reconsider approach to One Yorkshire devolution

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The Queen attended last weekend's wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Bill Carmichael: Confessions of a reluctant monarchist as Queen wins me over

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The NHS needs to make the most of digital technology and Alan Mak MP sets out the case.

Alan Mak: Yorkshire can build digital apps to put NHS at your fingertips

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Grayling rejects calls to renationalise Northern rail and suggests leaders in the region should also face criticism

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Yorkshire's rural heartlands are not receiving fair funding.

The Yorkshire Post says: Rural areas pay the price again. School transport cost concerns

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Don't blame me, says Chris Grayling.

The Yorkshire Post says: Chris Grayling’s audacity. Minister plays the blame game

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MI6 headquarters, as the Secret Intelligence Service is seeking to cast off its macho James Bond image in an attempt to bring in more women and minority recruits

The Yorkshire Post says: Who’d be a spy? MI6 turns from Oxbridge to TV

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UK may need to stay in the customs union beyond 2020, says Brexit committee of MPs

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MPs will vote on Brexit legislation in weeks so May can avoid summer of rebel plotting

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New Harrogate Mayor is unveiled

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YP Letters: Even Leave voters don’t accept Brexit is going well for UK

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Two police officers were allegedly assaulted at a property in Scotland Street in Sheffield city centre

Man due in court charged with sexually assaulting Sheffield police officer

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Police cordon extended after murder of Sheffield boy, 15

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Traffic chaos in Sheffield following murder of boy, 15

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Detectives face unprecedented demand with three murders in Sheffield in three days

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Police tent erected at Sheffield murder scene after death of boy, 15

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LOWEDGES MURDER: Everything we know so far

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Dad and grandmother pay tribute to murdered Sheffield baby

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Murder probe leads to closure of major road in Sheffield

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The Yorkshire Post says: Chris Grayling’s audacity. Minister plays the blame game

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Police have closed part of the A63 after a lorry hit a footbridge and shed its load.

Traffic alert: A63 closed near Brough after lorry hit footbridge and shed its load

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Further disruption to Yorkshire rail services as Northern workers walk out on strike

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One of Laura's captured shots of Yorkshire rail passengers. (Laura Page).

A snapshot of life on Yorkshire’s railways

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is facing fresh questions this week over his decision-making.

Tom Richmond: New questions for Chris Grayling on Carillion HS2 connection to add to his woes

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The Yorkshire Post says: Rural areas pay the price again. School transport cost concerns

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Date: 24th May 2018.'Picture James Hardisty.'Bankside Primary School, Chapeltown, Leeds, held a pyjama themed non-uniform day to raise money for the YEP's Half and Half Appeal. Pictured Dawud Hussain, 10, Amnah Yakoob, 9, Aminah Shabir, 9, Samad Yakoob, 8, Husna Khan, 11, and Hava Khan, 10.

Why these Leeds pupils wore their pyjamas to school

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Moving to a four-and-a-half day week would give staff more time to develop an "exciting curriculum" for students

Dales school bids to go it alone to secure ‘sustainable’ future

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Grade discount plea for students from disadvantaged backgrounds

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This womam can go out on her own for the first time in 25 years thanks to a robot called Rosa

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Women missed out on cancer screening

NHS breast screening error 'could date back earlier than thought', expert claims

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Over £2,000 raised for young Leeds rugby player who suffered devastating back injury in a match

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The NHS needs to make the most of digital technology and Alan Mak MP sets out the case.

Alan Mak: Yorkshire can build digital apps to put NHS at your fingertips

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Dr Richard Vautrey

Fears of staffing crisis as GPs ‘can only accept urgent patients’

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Yorkshire set for heavy downpours and thunderstorms this week

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We live and breathe horses and love nothing more than sharing advice with our customers who we know share our passion.

Horse firm goes green to reduce impact on the planet

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Anti-fracking campaingers at the Kirby Misperton protest camp.

YP Letters: Fracking protesters need to look to their own behaviour

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The Dibble's Bridge coach crash, near Pateley Bridge, in 1975.

Renembering the Yorkshire road tragedy that time has forgotten

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This womam can go out on her own for the first time in 25 years thanks to a robot called Rosa

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One of Laura's captured shots of Yorkshire rail passengers. (Laura Page).

A snapshot of life on Yorkshire’s railways

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WHAT NOW?: Bridget Christie's latest show looks at the state of the world and where we go from here. It follows her stand-up show last year inspired by the Brexit vote.

Big interview: Bridget Christie on mixing comedy and politics

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Dear Reader: Real need for Harrogate Mayor + loving Harry & Meghan

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The Queen attended last weekend's wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Bill Carmichael: Confessions of a reluctant monarchist as Queen wins me over

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The NHS needs to make the most of digital technology and Alan Mak MP sets out the case.

Alan Mak: Yorkshire can build digital apps to put NHS at your fingertips

Opinion
Yorkshire's rural heartlands are not receiving fair funding.

The Yorkshire Post says: Rural areas pay the price again. School transport cost concerns

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Janet Wallcraft, from Morley, who was suffering with loneliness before contacting the Silver Line, who have set her up with a telephone befriender and a penpal.  Picture Tony Johnson.

Silver Line helps Janet to escape loneliness and find her 'happy ending'

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An installation titled We Are Hull by artist Zolst Balogh is projected onto buildings in the city's Queen Victoria Square, forming part of the Made in Hull series marking the official opening of Hull's tenure as UK City of Culture. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday January 1, 2017. Made In Hull, curated by Sean McAllister, is a celebration of more than 70 years of the city's history told through massive projections on some of its best known buildings. See PA story ARTS Hull. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Volunteering projects get slice of £2.7m fund to boost community connections

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The first anniversary celebrations for Time to Shine Market at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds.Ted Hunter is pictured in the Frame. Picture by Simon Hulme

Celebrating three years of bringing Leeds’s lonely out of the shadows

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The Dowager Countess of Harewood, pictured here with Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani, has died at the age of 91.

YP Letters: Memories of the Countess and a bonny baby

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