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Today marks the beginning of a national 16 days of action around domestic abuse, including raising awareness of the issue, and encouraging reporting of offences.


Lots of reaction coming in to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement today - with police budgets one of the main talking points.


There could be some delays building up on the M62 this afternoon.


Let’s have a look at the stories people have been reading on the Examiner site this morning.

Indesit is in the process of contacting affected consumers

That’s all from me. My colleague Phil will be here shortly. See you next time.


Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle will be open to question before the club’s home game against Middlesbrough on Saturday.

Dean Hoyle at PPG Canalside


Don’t get caught out by this M62 closure like I did last Saturday.


Huddersfield Town fans might have some good news shortly about compensation from the abandoned Blackpool game. Read more here.

Blackpool v Huddersfield Town - match abandoned

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Hello everybody. Martin here. I’m taking over from Chloe as she’s had a few gremlins in the works.

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