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Pauline Neville-Jones: Give substance to the phrase ‘Global Britain’

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Body worn cameras like this will be given to officers across West Yorkshire as part of a phased roll out.

Chief Superintendent Paul Money: Attacks on police are not in the line of duty

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Celtic's Tom Rogic. PIC: PA

Rob Atkinson: Leeds United should look north for next season

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Charlie Stayt and Louise Minchin on the BBC Breakfast red sofa, where they welcome a selection of experts to give insight into current affairs. From next year the aim is that the gender balance of experts on the BBC will be 50-50 male:female.

Stephanie Smith: Men have not found positive discrimination demeaning. They simply got on with it

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Blaise Tapp: Another blow to Millennials’ reputation

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Caroline Verdon: In a cold sweat at thought of shutting down social media

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COMMENT: How community projects can help to battle knife and gang crime at its roots

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Leeds MP Andrea Jenkyns: Difficult decisions are a part of politics

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STUDENTS: The OU is a 'ladder of opportunity.'

Reece Parker: The Open University must be saved

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PIC: James Hardisty

Aisha Iqbal: The phantom menace of vanishing Leeds buses

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Mary Berry.

Jayne Dawson: My name is Jayne - and sometimes I eat on the sofa

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Nigella Lawson.

Jayne Dawson: Oh sweet mystery of life – we’re dumping chocolate

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Jayne Dawson: Photo albums should be a thing of the future

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LIFESTYLE: We are giving up Norwegian ways and turning Japanese instead.

Jayne Dawson: It’s a fight - foreign lifestyle mania is taking on Brexit

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Kelly Pegg: I’m loving life with my perfect new baby son..

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HAPPY FAMILY? Kelly says Christmas isn't always a happy family occasion. PIC: PA

Kelly Pegg: Here’s hoping your festive season goes to plan...

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Hillary Clinton

Kelly Pegg: Women shouldn’t be afraid to be who they are...

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Kelly Pegg: We should spread love and kindness at Christmas

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PIC: James Hardisty

Aisha Iqbal: The phantom menace of vanishing Leeds buses

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Aisha Iqbal: Create a National Childcare Service and watch the gender pay gap evaporate

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Leeds Local Elections 2015 at the Leeds First Direct Arena. Counting gets underway. 8th May 2015. Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Aisha Iqbal: It’s time voting in elections - local and other - became mandatory

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INNOVATION: Sainsbury's is introducing packaging which means consumers will not have to touch rawchicken.

Blaise Tapp: Another blow to Millennials’ reputation

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Blaise Tapp: Tackling dog fouling should be a priority

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CLASSROOM: There are some teachers you never forget.

Blaise Tapp: Today’s teachers need more support

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BLOOD RUNS COLD: The thought of cheese and wine was appealing, until I learned of French  pool rules.

Blaise Tapp: Holiday plan leads to weighty concerns

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COOL FOR CATS: Moggies might be cute for a while but they soon turn into little terrors.

Neil Hudson: Why cats don’t make you purr

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Crossrail engineers walk alongside completed tracks as the Crossrail project celebrates the completion of permanent Elizabeth line track in Whitechapel, east London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday September 14, 2017. The Elizabeth line will run from Reading and Heathrow in the west, through 42km of new tunnels under London to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, adding 10 new stations and upgrading to 30 more to fully integrate new and existing infrastructure. See PA story TRANSPORT Crossrail. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Why I’m against Leeds Council’s plans for a ‘Clean Air Zone’

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As far as I know, there are no lifts on the Serengeti. PIC:  Kelvin Zhang/Guzelian

Neil Hudson: Things not to do in a lift

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