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Three Bradford councillors leave Conservative Party

Three Conservative Councillors in Bradford have left the party, blaming issues with the local Conservative Association. Luke Majkowski (Queensbury) and Joan Clarke (Wyke) announced this...

Face masks no longer needed from next week with ‘Plan B’ measures scrapped

Boris Johnson has announced in parliament today that 'Plan B' measures will be allowed to expire next week, meaning that facemasks will no longer...

Batley and Spen MP Kim Leadbeater condemns Israeli government naming six Palestinian human right groups as terrorist organisations

The MP for Batley and Spen, Kim Leadbeater, has condemned the Israeli government’s announcement designating six Palestinian human rights groups as terrorist organisations. She said...

A woman pleads guilty after sending death threats to Bradford West MP Naz Shah

A woman has pleaded guilty to sending death threats to Bradford West MP Naz Shah. This morning Sundas Alam pleaded guilty to 3 counts of...

Keighley MP Robbie Moore brings “Rotherham-style inquiry” into child sex abuse push to parliament

Conservative MP for Keighley and Ilkley, Robbie Moore, brought his push for a “Rotherham-style inquiry” into child sex abuse (CSA) to parliament on Tuesday. Mr...

Bradford businessman blames council for missing out on vital Covid business funding

A Bradford businessman and community champion who has worked tirelessly for the less privileged during the pandemic has accused the city’s council of turning...

Labour to investigate ‘vile’ Islamophobic comments by ‘party official’

Labour leader Keir Starmer has been encouraged to take “urgent action” after a senior Labour official suggested Muslim antisemitism was responsible for the party’s...

One third of Darlington’s mainline train services on the line

The proposed loss of a third of Darlington’s mainline trains will not affect the governments decision to relocate the Treasury to the town, the...

Advertising ‘wars’ in Police and Crime Commissioner elections

A Police and Crime Commissioner candidate who claimed his advertising campaign was sabotaged by a rival candidate has attracted more unwanted attention. Liberal Democrat councillor...

Are Labour about to lose Hartlepool for the first time in 62 years?

By David Wibberley A recent poll has suggested that Sir Kier Starmer and his Labour party are on course for an “absolutely catastrophic” result in...

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