Downing Street has been forced to distance itself from the ‘Cyber First’ adverts which have been ridiculed all over the Twitterverse. The advert (right) is… Read More »Twitter ridicules ‘Fatima’s next job’ advert which culture secretary calls “crass”
Pudsey election candidates questioned on local and national issues at “respectful” Parish Church hustings
By Richard Liddle Four of the five parliamentary candidates for Pudsey took questions from the public on Tuesday evening at Pudsey Parish Church. Jane Aitchison… Read More »Pudsey election candidates questioned on local and national issues at “respectful” Parish Church hustings
By Grace Pritchard The steps of Leeds Town Hall provided a stage for the Yorkshire Remain Voice Choir’s performance in Leeds city centre this afternoon.… Read More »Yorkshire Remain Choir bring their Big Red Bus for Remain to Leeds city centre
By Harry McMullen This week the Royal Mint has announced plans to allow the British public to elect the person they wish to feature on… Read More »Opinions divided as Margaret Thatcher is put forward as the face of the new £50 note.
By Jorgie McHale-Ramsell
UNPAID INTERNSHIPS have been compared to modern slavery in a debate in the House of Lords this morning.
Lord Mitchell told the chamber: “Unpaid interns are slaves – it’s our duty to stop it.”Read More »Unpaid internships branded slave labour as Lords debate a ban
Controversial politician David Ward has been sacked from his position as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Bradford South at the forthcoming election. In a short… Read More »David Ward sacked as Bradford South Lib Dem candidate
Brexit worries for traders at Horsforth farmers’ market as Theresa May given power to trigger Article 50
By Lauren Entwistle
STALL-HOLDERS at Horsforth’s monthly farmers’ market say they are worried Brexit may harm their trade.Read More »Brexit worries for traders at Horsforth farmers’ market as Theresa May given power to trigger Article 50
By Sam Brooksbank
A homeless charity in Leeds has backed a Labour scheme to create more housing for homeless people – even if other services are not available.
Sheldon Ridley spoke to students taking part in their first national demonstration…
A NEW WAVE of students have arrived to combat the ever threatening policies of the Conservative government.
A further £1.35 million will be ploughed into the extension of Kirkgate Market, over and above its original £12.3 million budget.
The new funds follow a survey which has revealed more work needs to be done, and construction costs have risen.Read More »More money to be ploughed into Kirkgate Market