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The far-right British National Party (BNP) has posted leaflets around Dewsbury criticising Jo Cox for “helping Muslims”.


A cabbie has been jailed - after driving to Manchester Airport while FIVE times over the booze limit.


The far-right British National Party (BNP) has posted leaflets to people living near where Batley and Spen MP Jo Cox was killed, accusing her of taking “misguided action” by “helping Muslims”, the Commons has heard.
Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff said the “horrendous” leaflets, which had gone to her constituents, said Mrs Cox was wrong to help people who may go on to join Islamic State, also known as Isis.


A bit more on the problem at Hartshead Services. The Eastbound slip road into the services closed due to accident after a lorry left the road and crashed into some trees.


Huddersfield bus station travel centre will open late on Thursday. Details here.


There’s a bit of a problem on the M62 eastbound due to a collision on the slip road at Hartshead Moor services. This picture from the Highways Agency cameras may be a clue. The agency says a lane has had to be closed but normal traffic levels should return in an hour or two.

M62 incident


Police are trying to trace a missing man from Huddersfield. Polish born Sebastian Michalak, 31, hasn’t been seen for two weeks. Have a look at this police statement and see if you can help find him.


The season hasn’t even started and already fans are having to alter their diaries. Here’s a list of Town’s fixture changes.

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