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Caroline Verdon: Who has time to be a perfect ‘Pinterest mum’?

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Blaise Tapp: Ed Sheeran show was a memory to last a lifetime

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BACKING: Sally Joynson of Screen Yorkshire, filmmaker Suman Hanif, Leeds City Region chairman Roger Marsh, musician Dave-O and True North's Andrew Sheldon. PIC: Tony Johnson

Roger Marsh OBE: Opportunity for Leeds and Channel 4

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Passengers have faced weeks of disruption on the region's rail services.

Anthony Smith: Rail passengers share woes and demand answers

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The Reverend Canon Sam Corley: Let’s work together to end loneliness

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Rob Atkinson: Show was a technicolour spectacular

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Caroline Verdon: Sleep deprived and in serious need of some me-time

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Catherine Scott: Fortnite - when gameplay becomes sinister

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BREXIT: We need leadership capable of making the right decisions in the national interest.

Leeds MP Hilary Benn: Brexit uncertainty is damaging economy

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Tom Richmond: Transport shambles offers further proof that North needs a Cabinet big-hitter

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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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4 May 2018. Local elections vote counting for Leeds at First Direct Arena.  PIC: Mark Bickerdike

Aisha Iqbal: Leeds local election battle was a wake-up call for both Labour and the Tories

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Leeds, 18th May 1983''Equipping 334 polling stations in leeds with ballot boxes and election notices has been a long job for Leeds Electoral registration office clerk messsengers Wilf Lister (left) and Peter Sharpe.''The pair have spent most of the time leading up to polling day in the Belgrave House storage room, getting the boxes ready to serve the city's eight constituencies.''About 50 of the boxes have needed repairing after suffering damage at the May local councilelections, but this is put down to wear and tear.''The most common problem with the boxes has been damaged locks, but som eof them have seen many years of election service, said Mr. Tom McCarthy, deputy elections officer.''Each box is equipped with notices, stamping equipment, and pencils.''More than 600,000 ballot papers were handed out to presiding officers when they were sworn in on Tuesday to give their declaration of secrecy, said Mr. McCarthy.

Aisha Iqbal: Please take out the nastiness from the Leeds election campaign - and focus on the facts

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Aisha Iqbal: The phantom menace of vanishing Leeds buses

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Blaise Tapp: Ed Sheeran show was a memory to last a lifetime

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COLD HARD CURRENCY: Cash is Blaise's preferred method of payment.

Blaise Tapp: Reasons why cash is king in my world

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Blaise Tapp: Life is not so easy for modern parents

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FOND MEMORIES: Blaise looks back on his Club 18-30 getaway.

Blaise Tapp: Club 18-30 - best week of my young life

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CAT FLAP: As in, getting in a flap over a cat, or a cat bite... (disclaimer: this is not the actual cat which bit me...)

Neil Hudson: Stop press! Cat bites man

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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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