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YEP Letters: October 21

Today you’ve written about fears for another cold war, how vital banks are for our towns, animals in war, Scottish independence and a charitable act of kindness, which will bring comfort to traumatised children.

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YEP letters: October 20

YEP letters: October 20

There’s defence for Ed Ball’s dancing performance, criticism of a past Prime Minister, and more on the outcome of Brexit among our reader letters today.

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YEP Letters: October 19

Here are a selection of your letters covering topics as diverse as seeking shelter from the Germans in the second world war and jobs on the buses.

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Whitby harbour

YEP Letters: October 15

The benefits of Brexit to the shame of Britain, the future of the cloth hall to Strictly Come Dancing are all subjects for discussion on today’s Your Say page.

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YEP letters: October 12

A planning battle over 262 student flats in Headlingley, rolling stock on the railways, socialism and the salaries of England managers are all under the spotlight in today’s letters.

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YEP letters: October 8

Leeds Bradford Airport, Wakefield’s Clayton Hosptial, cyclists who don’t know the highway code and Boris Johnson are among the topics for letters in today’s Yorkshire Evening Post.

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Wetherspoons at Leeds railway station

YEP letters: October 5

Homeless people, ugly behaviour at Leeds United and bad mannered dancers were all topics which got our readers putting pen to paper or keys to keyboard. Here are today’s letters.

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Charging at bus station toilets should ensure they are kept clean

YEP letters: October 4

The refurbished toilets at the bus station – which is used by 30,00 people every day – reopened on Sunday, but passengers will have to pay 20p when they spend a penny, so we asked our Facebook freinds to let us know their views on paying to spend a penny.

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Guide Dog in training with a puppy

YEP letters, September 30

A thank you to the people of Headingley, opinions on Labour’s recent choices, nursing shortages and mental health are among the topics for today’s letters.

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stepping stones at Burley in Wharfedale

E.M.Harwood BA, LLB (Cantab), Solicitor (Non-practising)
24 De Lacy Mount, Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3JF
Tel: 0113 2787260

YEP Letters, September 28, 2016


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Picket lines outside the Orgreave coking plant in 1984.

YEP letters - Saturday, September 24

Here’s a selection of readers letters from today’s Yorkshire Evening Post.

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Glass recycling

YEP letters, Monday September 26, 2016

Recycling, low interest rates, Torypolicy, our great NHS and the wonderful world of libraries are among the topics from our readers today.

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Waving the flag for GB

YEP letters: September 21, 2016

Here’s a selection of readers’ letter’s from today’s Yorkshire Evening Post. Join the debate or give your views on a new subject (details of how to send us your views are at the bottom of this post)

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Praise for nursing staff

YEP letters, September 21, 2016

Libraries, the NHS, and day centre closures were among the topics for readers’ views today.

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Laws could be toughened on using a mobile whilst driving

YEP letters: September 20, 2016

Motorists caught twice using a mobile phone while driving could be banned and given a fine of up to £1,000, under new Government plans.

As we reported last week Transport Secretary Chris Grayling will impose much tougher penalties on drivers using mobiles after growing outcry following a spate of fatal accidents.

The news came at the same time as research by the RAC found illegal use of mobile phones by drivers was on the increase with almost a third admitting to using a hand-held device compared to 8 per cent in 2014. We asked readers via social media if they thought there should be harsher penalties for this offence and here are a few of your answers.

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Leeds Stand Up to Racism has issued a statement after an attack on a Polish man in the city.

Polish attack: Leeds Stand Up to Racism statement

We wish to offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of those affected by the assault on the Polish man in Armley’s Alliance Street on Friday.

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Leeds has been named the best place to live in Britain for quality of life.

YEP letters: September 14, 2016

Leeds was named best city in Britain when it came to quality of life - but your reaction on Facebook showed a tale of two cities.

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First White White Cloth Hall in ruins 6 Oct 2010 reproduced courtesy of Leeds Civic Trust

YEP Letters: September 10

Here are today’s letters from the YEP.

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Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development, arrives in Downing Street, London, for the final Cabinet meeting with David Cameron as Prime Minister. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 12, 2016. His successor Theresa May will take up office as Britain's second woman PM on Wednesday, after Mr Cameron answers MPs' questions in the House of Commons for the last time and goes to Buckingham Palace to offer his resignation to the Queen. See PA story POLITICS Conservatives. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

YEP Letters: September 9

Check out today’s letters from the YEP.

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YEP Letters: September 8

YEP Letters: September 8

Check out today’s letters from the YEP.

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