On this day: The news making the #YEPleeds front page

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The headlines that made the front page of the Yorkshire Evening Post on March 24, 2006.

Main story. University chiefs were today under mounting pressure to sack a lecturer suspended in a race row. Dr Frank Ellis sparked outrage when he told a student newspaper that he believed black people were intellectually inferior to whites. The former SAS soldier also said feminism and multiculturalism were “corroding” Britain. Yesterday Dr Ellis was suspended on full pay from his post at the University of Leeds, where he teaches Russian and Slavonic studies. The university has also begun disciplinary proceedings against him which could lead to him losing his job.

Aerial pic of the site where Holbeck Hall once stood before slipping into the sea. See Ross Parry copy RPYSLIP : Large cracks have appeared on a seaside promenade close to where a hotel toppled into the sea over 20 years ago. A patch of land overlooking Scarborough's famous Spa conference centre has been fenced off and monitored by council workers in a bid to prevent parts of the Esplanade falling into the sea. A landslip in the North Yorkshire town in 1993 saw the historic wood-pannelled Holbeck Hall hotel tumble into the sea. Scarborough Borough Council has committed �1.87 million to protect land above the Spa in a bid to stablise the slopes behind the Spa as well as maintenance to the sea wall to stop "significant defects" and a plan to prevent "wave overtopping and landsliding".  It comes as part of an overall �14 million plan funded by the Environment Agency and North Yorkshire County Council.

Yorkshire nostalgia: Scarborough hotel destroyed by landslide in 1993