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SNOW DAYS: Can you legally take a day off? Your rights explained if you can't get to work due to snow

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Disgraced former celebrity publicist Max Clifford dies aged 74

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The planned taxi protest route in Leeds city centre.

Leeds taxi drivers' slow drive protest: Four hours of Monday morning city centre traffic delays expected

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Two airports have closed their runways this morning, as heavy snowfall begins to batter Britain.

UPDATE: Airports forced to extend runway closure as snowfall batters Britain

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Bingley nightclub has license suspended following death of James Etherington

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Meet the army of bakers creating showstoppers, Yorkshire style

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SNOW ALERT: Heavy snow set to hit all of Yorkshire on Sunday leading to travel disruption

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Helen Barnard: Why economy must work for all as UK leaves the EU

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Kev Kelly has been named as the Wildlife Law Enforcer of the Year.

Animal-loving copper cracking down on all wildlife crimes great and small in North Yorkshire

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‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

Andrew Vine
MP Rachel Reeves.

Leeds MP warns loneliness is ‘structured into society’

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Campaigners outside Mill Hill Chapel today.

Leeds peace advocates celebrate as campaign wins Nobel Peace Prize

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Welcome to Yorkshire chief executive Sir Gary Verity with cyclist Mark Cavenidsh at the launch of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire.

YP Letters: Who will gain from ‘Tour de Yorkshire’?

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Bank closures are causing dismay.

YP Letters: Far-reaching consequences of closing local bank branches

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An estimated 34,000 older people experience loneliness on a daily basis - recent correspondence has prompted a debate on this issue.

YP Letters: The need to talk is the lifeblood of our lives

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Hanover tower block on Exeter Drive, Broomhall

Installation of sprinklers in Sheffield's 24 tower blocks could take up to two years

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David Davis and Theresa May with Michel Barnier and Jean-Claude Juncker at their breakfast brunch.

Mark Stuart: Tories must become the pragmatic party of Brexit as they tackle EU Rubik’s Cube

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Tom Richmond: Schools Minister could do with a lesson in humility and let Ed Balls take some credit

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The Yorkshire Post says: May in Brexit breakthrough. Deal paves way for trade talks

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Robert Halfon: Why education must be an opportunity for all on the ladder to future success

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Nick Clegg interview: ‘There’s no gentle way of fighting back against Brexit’

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The disgraced former celebrity publicist, Max Clifford, has reportedly died in hospital aged 74 after collapsing in prison.

NATIONAL NEWS: Disgraced celebrity publicist Max Clifford dies aged 74 after collapsing in prison

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Motorists are being urged to remove all items from view in their vehicles, after a spate of thefts from vehicles in an area of Sheffield.

Warning to Sheffield motorists after spate of thefts from vehicles

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Have you seen Heman Mohammed Tahir?

Help wanted to trace man police want to speak to in connection with rape of 16-year-old girl

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A 19-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy have been charged in connection with two burglaries in Doncaster.

Man and boy charged with Doncaster burglary offences

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Man and boy charged with Doncaster burglary offences

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Girls arrested in connection with stabbing at Doncaster park are released on bail

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Six charged with robbery and burglary offences in Sheffield

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Police release further details of motorcyclist killed in crash on A19 Easingwold Bypass

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Leeds taxi drivers' slow drive protest: Four hours of Monday morning city centre traffic delays expected

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Passengers are experiencing delays on the yellow and blue routes this evening

Weather and traffic causing delays on Sheffield tram routes

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One lane is currently closed on a South Yorkshire stretch of motorway, to allow for emergency work to be carried out to repair a carriageway defect.

Lane closed on South Yorkshire stretch of motorway due to carriageway defect

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Passengers using a number of routes across South Yorkshire are facing disruption after rail workers began a 48-hour strike in a dispute over rosters and Sunday working.

South Yorkshire passengers facing disruption as rail staff begin 48-hour strike

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Over 70 bus routes set to run in West Yorkshire on Boxing Day

Transport

New research school launched to raise standards in the classroom

Education
Head of Latin and Classics at High Storrs school, Gina Johnson

Former pupils pledge money in campaign to save Latin at last Sheffield state school to teach it

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Gina Johnson, head of Classics at High Storrs School, Sheffield.

Quid pro quo: Sheffield state school takes to crowdfunding to keep Latin lessons alive

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Who should take the credit for improvements in literacy?

Tom Richmond: Schools Minister could do with a lesson in humility and let Ed Balls take some credit

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YP Letters: The need to talk is the lifeblood of our lives

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Power of open air can help the lonely

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Katie Hamilton, 26, was studying at Leeds University.

Leeds University student’s death - jury inquest continues

Health
Are there too many managers in the NHS?

YP Letters: Blame the managers for problems in the NHS

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Protesters took to the streets in 2011 to save children's heart surgery in Leeds.

YP Letters: Campaigning pays off for future of heart unit

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Leeds snow forecast DOWNGRADED for Sunday

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A parrot crossbill, pictured by Richard Stonier.

Year of the parrot crossbills could be on the cards for birdwatchers

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Calm centre of a storm - Part of Harrogate's lovely Nidd Gorge.

Dear Reader: Beauty spot v new road + hearing aid hoo-ha

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The Little White Bus service can be seen on the rural roads in the Dales. Pictures by Gary Longbottom.

How a volunteer bus service is providing a lifeline in the Dales

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Harrogate home styled for Christmas

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The Festival of the 50s at Beamish Museum

Light up the past for a glittering future

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Abigail Laidlaw, 6, with her winning Christmas card design

Abigail fights leukaemia to bring festive cheer to others

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YP Letters: Who will gain from ‘Tour de Yorkshire’?

Opinion
Bank closures are causing dismay.

YP Letters: Far-reaching consequences of closing local bank branches

Opinion
An estimated 34,000 older people experience loneliness on a daily basis - recent correspondence has prompted a debate on this issue.

YP Letters: The need to talk is the lifeblood of our lives

Opinion
David Davis and Theresa May with Michel Barnier and Jean-Claude Juncker at their breakfast brunch.

Mark Stuart: Tories must become the pragmatic party of Brexit as they tackle EU Rubik’s Cube

Opinion
MP Rachel Reeves.

Leeds MP warns loneliness is ‘structured into society’

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Power of open air can help the lonely

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A group of Sixth formers from Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College are helping  Leeds charity Angel of Youth.

Pupil power to support Leeds charity’s party for lonely people at Christmas

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