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Little London

The long list of Leeds pubs which are sure to stir fond memories for drinkers

Raise a glass to these gone but not forgotten Leeds pubs.

Children from  Little London Community Primary School, Leeds, with teachers. PIC: James Hardisty/YPN

Your Leeds local election 2018 A to Z: Little London & Woodhouse


Akhtar, Javaid - Labour Party

Ashford, Brandon John - Conservative Party

Brooks, Kayleigh - Labour Party

Campbell, Lorna Christine - Liberal Democrats

Foren, Christopher Mark - Green Party

Green, Amy - Conservative Party

Harper, Gerry - Labour Party

Harper, Stewart Peter - Conservative Party

Sir Cliff arriving at court this morning

UPDATE: Sir Cliff Richard in High Court legal battle with the BBC over sex assault allegation in Yorkshire

Sir Cliff Richard's lawyers have told a High Court judge that the singer should get "very substantial" compensation because BBC coverage of a police raid on his home was a "flagrant" breach of his privacy rights.
Woman punched autistic man in Leeds street robbery

Woman punched autistic man in Leeds street robbery

A WOMAN attacked a man who has autism while her dog bit him during a street robbery in Leeds.

Zack Shelbourn.

Legal high killed tragic teenager in Leeds

A CORONER warned of the dangers of former legal highs after hearing a teenager died after smoking a substance called Pandora’s Box in Leeds.

Labour's Salma Arif (centre) speaks after winning the Gipton & Harehills ward. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

2016 Leeds local elections: RESULTS IN FULL

ONE third of the seats on Leeds City Council have been contested. Check out the results in full.

How good is your GP?

Revealed: How good is your GP? Every surgery in and around Leeds listed

WOULD you recommend your GP? Today we reveal the list of every surgery within a ten-mile radius of Leeds, sorted by how likely their patients are to commend them to others.

World Book Day at Little London Primary in Leeds. PIC: Simon Hulme

World Book Day: Leeds pupils celebrate heroes of literature

Literary characters came alive as bookworms across Leeds marked World Book Day.

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