No defence for West Yorks plod The English Defence League founder, Tommy Robinson, turned up in Leeds on Friday to film people going into the trial of several Asian men accused of “grooming” white girls. He did not speak, chant, … Continue reading
From: Simon Bowens, Yorkshire & Humber/North East Campaigner, Friends of the Earth, Leeds. CAN Government Minister Claire Perry really believe that planning changes for oil and gas exploration won’t loosen regulation of the industry? (Minister says fracking plans not designed … Continue reading
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Supporters of Yorkshire-wide attempts to win powers and money from Westminster must acknowledge the critics and produce an economic argument for devolution, the region’s first metro mayor has said. Dan Jarvis stressed he is “personally convinced” of the economic case … Continue reading
South Yorkshire police commissioner hopes Sajid Javid will agree new costs deal over historic scandals South Yorkshire’s police commissioner will try to a broker a new deal with Home Secretary Sajid Javid to save the force from the crippling financial … Continue reading
Cost-cutting shift patterns which see some South Yorkshire firefighters working four days and nights in a row are unlawful, the High Court has ruled. The shifts can mean firefighters working 96 hours of continuous duty, with nights spent at their … Continue reading
A taxi driver ruled unfit to carry passengers by one council was allowed to continue working in a neighbouring area despite having been accused of waiting in his cab outside a swimming pool wearing only his underpants. Gurpal Atwal, 46, … Continue reading