Cross-border contract to police Yorkshire taxis ‘will improve passenger safety’ A NEW Yorkshire wide cross-council task force is being created to police the taxi and private hire trade, with a regional database of drivers helping clamp down on rogue elements. … Continue reading
John Healey: A Whitehall revolution to make power accountable IN 2015, Yorkshire needs a new government, but it also needs a new way of governing. In the run up to the general election on May 7, attention will focus on … Continue reading
From the Yorkshire Post: Inspections into council child abuse failings ‘are too narrow’ Every organisation involved in tackling child abuse and neglect should be subjected to examinations by Ofsted inspectors, local government leaders claimed today. The Local Government Association (LGA), … Continue reading
The Yorkshire Post published this piece in the wake of the Anti-Poverty Forum debacle and questions were being asked about Steel Action. Reg Littleboy was a Councillor and Secretary, Labour Group at the time. A distinctly ‘part of the past’ … Continue reading
The Yorkshire Post has published this on the thorny problem of trades union ‘Pilgrims’ employed by Yorkshire Councils, more particularly the cost! Yorkshire councils spend £4.6m paying union officials MILLIONS of pounds of taxpayers money is being “wasted” as a … Continue reading
The Yorkshire Post carried this article featuring Nigel Farage’s views on the failures of multiculturalism: Farage on the links between Paris and Rotherham, and our ‘Muslim ghettos’ Nigel Farage has accused European authorities of showing “moral cowardice” in failing to … Continue reading
This important piece covered by the Star: Yorkshire Police refuse to publish child abuse reports by Chris Burn email@example.com Rotherham Council has refused to publish two key reports which highlighted the town’s child sexual exploitation problems more than a decade … Continue reading
‘Child-sex abuse victims in Rotherham still not getting enough support’ VICTIMS OF child sexual exploitation are still not getting the help they need to cope with their trauma because of a lack of resources to provide counselling and therapy, according … Continue reading
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Votes at sixteen – Sarah Champion makes the case! From an op/ed piece published in the Yorkshire Post of May 8th 2014, a thought provoking piece, deserving detailed study?
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The Yorkshire Post brings us these three related stories of woe at RDGH: