Leeds news LIVE: First Leeds drivers die from Covid-19, man charged over 2019 anti-freeze attack on mother and child

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By Grace Newton
Saturday, 7th November 2020, 7:59 am
Updated Saturday, 7th November 2020, 11:37 am
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Leeds news LIVE: Saturday November 7

Last updated: Saturday, 07 November, 2020, 11:26

  • Harehills GP calls for pandemic to trigger work to tackle health inqualities
  • Attack on taxi driver in Seacroft leads to calls for more to be done to prevent youths throwing rocks at vehicles
  • Leeds man jailed for controlling behaviour towards sex worker - but cleared of raping her
  • Conservative councillors want an ‘exit strategy’ for the managed zone in Holbeck

First confirm two drivers based at Hunslet Park bus depot have died from Covid-19

One was a father of five and the other a passionated Leeds United fan

Man charged over Lidl car park anti-freeze attack in June 2019

A man from Chapeltown will appear in court next week charged with throwing anti-freeze over a woman and her two-year-old son in a Lidl car park in Gipton 18 months ago

Conservative councillors want a review of the managed zone in Holbeck

They want residents’ views to be taken into account

Leeds man jailed for controlling behaviour towards sex worker

But he’s been cleared of raping her

Attack on taxi driver in Seacroft throws issues with youths throwing stones at vehicles into focus

The man had to be taken to hospital after the incident

The pandemic should trigger more work to tackle health inequalities, says Harehills GP

The doctor works in one of the most deprived areas of the city

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