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VIDEO: What we know so far after attack at Leeds city centre bar

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Little Green Lane, Heckmondwike, where the sex attack took place this morning. Picture: Google.

Detectives hunting for sex attacker who assaulted woman, 36, after leaving nightclub

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The family of Ian Collinson try out the new  bench unveiled  as a memorial to Ian Collinson in Micklefield near Leeds, l to r... Neil Collinson his brother great nieces Freya 8 and Erin 5 Macdonald  John Macdonald, Sue Collinson and  Niece Clare MacDonald .

Leeds village’s ‘King of the Road’ given lasting tribute

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Soaking up the South Bay sunshine in Scarborough. (Photo: Richard Ponter)

Yorkshire weather: How long will the sunshine last?

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Woman escapes to balcony during blaze in Leeds after high-rise flat fire spreads

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Academy trust disputes 'Inadequate' rating after Ofsted criticises Pontefract school leaders

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Flats plan will ‘preserve’ historic north Leeds church

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Suspicious package blown up at army barracks - police close roads and evacuate homes

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Former Leeds children's home deputy principal jailed for 'scandalous' sex abuse of boys in his care

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YEP Says: London Westminster attack was an assault on us all

Little Green Lane, Heckmondwike, where the sex attack took place this morning. Picture: Google.

Detectives hunting for sex attacker who assaulted woman, 36, after leaving nightclub

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VIDEO: What we know so far after attack at Leeds city centre bar

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Bar Fibre, off Lower Briggate, Leeds city centre. Picture: Google.

Leeds city centre: Road closures and two men in hospital after bar assault

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Emergency services and Bomb Disposal at Thornbury Barracks. Picture: Steve Riding.

Suspicious package blown up at army barracks - police close roads and evacuate homes

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Melvin Blake

Former Leeds children's home deputy principal jailed for 'scandalous' sex abuse of boys in his care

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Some 260 victims of modern slavery and human trafficking have been linked to Leeds in the last two years.

260 human trafficking victims linked to Leeds in two years

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Linda Box: How Wakefield solicitor spent the £4million she defrauded her employer out of

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‘Disgrace to the police’: Drug dealing West Yorkshire inspector jailed for 26 years

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Appeal: Police issue image of suspected Harrogate burglar

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Halloween ride-out: 14 people charged over chaos caused in Leeds by motorbikes

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Police boost number of armed officers on duty after Westminster terror attack

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Woman injured in two-car crash in Leeds

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Trains to London every 30 minutes from May

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Dashcam footage shows the horrific crash involving Christopher Dye.

WATCH: Yorkshire motorist shocked at road rage accusation after he tried to help trapped driver

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Bus firm slated at Leeds travel inquiry

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Delays on M1 near Wakefield after crash

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Young Otley gardener killed in motorbike crash

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Broken traffic lights cause chaos at major Leeds junction

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Designers working on Pokemon Go-style gaming app for Cycle Superhighway users

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WhatsApp currently offers end-to-end encryption

WhatsApp should stop being 'a secret place for terrorists to hide', says Home Secretary

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Trains to London every 30 minutes from May

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Linda Box forced a 200-year-old firm of Yorkshire solicitors into extinction by plundering its accounts of almost 4m.

Crooked lawyer forced 200-year-old Yorkshire solicitors out of business in £4m fraud

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Dashcam footage shows the horrific crash involving Christopher Dye.

WATCH: Yorkshire motorist shocked at road rage accusation after he tried to help trapped driver

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The most recent Leeds Digital Job Fair took place in October.

Don’t miss out! Final countdown is under way to digital job fair in Leeds

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Artist Ruth Spencer Jolly who composed 'European Unison' an ensemble written for 28 pianos, representing the members of the European Union and symbolising Brexit, following a preview of her work at Besbrode Pianos in Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday March 23, 2017. The composition tells the story of the EU from its birth to Brexit. The ensemble of pianos is a metaphor demonstrating "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

A piano composition for Brexit comes to Yorkshire

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Flooding in Kirkstall Road.  27 December 2015.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Flood insurance fears for small businesses

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Jobs hit as two banks close 150 branches - full Yorkshire details

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Bus firm slated at Leeds travel inquiry

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Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal

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Sector goes west to fly the flag for Powerhouse

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WhatsApp currently offers end-to-end encryption

WhatsApp should stop being 'a secret place for terrorists to hide', says Home Secretary

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Anti Brexit campaigners carry flags as they march past Big Ben at Britain's parliament in London on Saturday.

Thousands of Brexit protesters pay silent tribute to Westminster attack victims

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Nigel Farage (left) with Douglas Carswell, Ukip's only MP, who is leaving the party and will sit in the House of Commons as an independent.

UKIP leader: Carswell faced grilling over claims he actively undermined party

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Alexander Blackman must wait to learn his fate.

Forced to wait: Royal Marine who won Taliban murder conviction appeal to learn fate next Tuesday

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Alert over Leeds City Council tax refund scam

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Two more 'significant arrests' as details of Westminster killer's past emerge

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UK faces £50bn divorce bill from Brexit - EC president Jean-Claude Juncker

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Leeds has happiest workers - if they’re employed by the council

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People around the world are marking Earth Hour this evening. People in Britain are expected to join in at 8.30pm... and then they will switch their clocks forward tonight as British Summer Time begins.

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

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Sally Major and her family.

'I can't give up on my wife, please help me continue our battle'... Desperate Yorkshire family's plea as mum battles cancer

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Mother’s Day children’s hospice fundraising campaign in Leeds doctor’s memory

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The Leeds Fund, has once again distributed more grants to local community projects to help people across the city of Leeds, with support from John Lewis Leeds. 
Pictured Kate Hainsworth, from Leeds Community Foundation, James Prince, from John Lewis Leeds, (Centre) members of three local charites that have benefited from the grants (left to right) Jessica Kennan, from Kidz Club, Francessa Joy, from Imagine If Theatre Company, Scarlett Kelly, Sharon kennedy, and Simon Johnson, from Luv2meet.

#SpeakYourMind: Funding boost for vital projects at heart of Leeds

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SIGN UP: University of Leeds students have signed up 11 people onto a blood cancer stem cell register.

Life savers donated stem cells after student scheme in Leeds

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Nathan McGregor and girlfriend Joan.

Nathan is in the running to thank cancer doctors in Leeds

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The norovirus bug.

Norovirus outbreak in Leeds: Law firm acting for sickness bug victims

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A showcase for Leeds Autism Services

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Revealed: Leeds’s drug shame - evidence found at key city landmarks

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Olympic cycling hero: Liver transplant at Leeds hospital saved my life

Health

Pregnancy vitamins containing fish oils ‘have no effect on children’s IQ’

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Carleton Community High School, Pontefract. Picture: Google.

Academy trust disputes 'Inadequate' rating after Ofsted criticises Pontefract school leaders

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A still from the film, 'Hope'.

Teenagers’ film up for accolades

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Red Nose Day in Leeds: Your photos of Comic Relief celebrations

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Police outside the Palace of Westminster in the immediate aftermath of Wednesday's terror  attack which Paul Rogers attributes to the Iraq war.

Paul Rogers: Why us? The straightforward, yet uncomfortable answer, is that Britain is at war.

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Armed police in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attack at Westminster which exemplified the best and worst of humanity.

Nick Baines: From a Palace of democracy to an Abbey of prayer, the best and worst of humanity

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Kelly Pegg: Being a mum is the most special job in the world

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Jayne Dawson: Follow your gut instinct and you won’t go far wrong

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LETTER: Computers get in the way

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A flower tied to police tape outside the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, after seven people were arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday March 23, 2017. See PA story POLICE Westminster. Photo credit should read: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

YEP Says: Hope, love and strength should follow London attack horror

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YEP Says: London Westminster attack was an assault on us all

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One of the drug testing wipes which turned blue after coming into contact with traces of cocaine.

YEP Says: Shining a light on an unglamorous drugs habit

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Bradley Lowery hugs Jermain Defoe on the Wembley pitch

Bradley Lowery: The little boy who led out England while fighting his own battle

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Watch: Photographer's incredible hyperlapse film of Leeds

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The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, shining over the Bathing House in Howick, Northumberland. (Owen Humphreys/PA Wire)

Northern-Lights chaser's advice for capturing aurora borealis in Yorkshire

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Keep your home clean with these 12 unusual spring cleaning hacks

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