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Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman has given a vote of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn.
Mr Sheerman was one of 172 party mps who backed a motion of no confidence in the Labour leader against only 40 supporters.
The decisive vote has triggered a fresh leadership contest.
Commenting on his decision, Mr Sheerman said: “I told Jeremy yesterday that he had had a year to engage with beyond the party members who supported him to get elected as leader this year.
“But he hasn’t done that.
“I’m unhappy with his lack of vision and investment in the EU referendum.”
Mr Sheerman said he will back Wallasey MP and former shadow business secretary Angela Eagle to become the next leader.
“She’s part of a bright new generation and it’s about time that we had a good, strong woman leading the party. “She’s been brilliant in all she’s done, including in her role as shadow leader of the house.”
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He luckily escaped with his life after failing in a buried alive stunt.
Now a Huddersfield escapologist is set to attempt his first stunt since that bizarre adventure.
Linthwaite daredevil Antony Britton became only the third person in history to attempt the death-defying escape last September.
And despite almost losing his life, he’s back for another dangerous escapade.
Police are investigating an arson attack on a home in Glenfield Avenue, Deighton, last night.
It was feared at one point that someone was in the house.
A robber who held up a shopkeeper at knifepoint has been jailed for a total of five years eight months.
Victim Fahim Kamini was working alone in the Top Shop Mini Market in Leeds Road, Heckmondwike, around 8pm on March 7 this year when Stewart Tyrone Stone entered.
Leeds Crown Court heard that Stone was wearing a hooded top which he had pulled up and was holding a knife in his hand.
He demanded cash before making off with £500.
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Police say are becoming increasingly concerned about a missing Huddersfield man who went missing over 10 days ago.
Sebastian Michalak, 31, who is known to have links to Halifax, was last seen on the morning of Friday, June 17, in Ochrewell Avenue, Deighton .
He had been working as a farm labourer in the Denby Dale area.
A top doctor behind a controversial hospital shake-up plan says he would rather PFI bailout money was spent on ‘care in the community’.
Campaigners have said that the Government could, in theory, bail Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation Trust (CHFT) out of its £774m PFI obligations.
But Huddersfield health chief Dr David Hughes said he would rather see such cash, if it became available, spent on community care services.
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Police have arrested a 33-year-old woman following the arson attack on Glenfield Avenue in Deighton last night.
It was feared at one point that a woman in her 30s was in the house.
Rastrick Fire Station Watch Commander Stephen Bates said crews from Rastrick, Huddersfield and Mirfield attended the blaze which was reported to them at 7pm.
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The Tolson Museum will be hosting a weekend of commemorations this weekend as Britain marks the centenary of the battle of the Somme.
There will be a memorial service on Friday at 2pm, attended by army veterans and the Royal British Legion.
Later in the evening the Tolson are screening UNESCO listed film The Battle Of The Somme.
Families can go back and discover WW1 history on Sunday as the museum stage an interactive exhibition on the war’s most devastating battle.
A fire at a woman’s home in Deighton last night is now thought to be an arson attack.
The blaze at Glenfield Avenue was attended by crews who intially thought the female occupant, who is in her thirties, was inside.
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A single bell will toll from each of the three Cathedrals of Bradford, Ripon and Wakefield and scores of churches at the exact time hundred years ago that the first troops went over the top at the start of the Battle of the Somme.
People from across the region are invited to come and remember that darkest day in silence and prayers from 7.30am until 8am on Friday July 1.
The three Deans of the three cathedrals of the Church of England in Leeds (West Yorkshire and the Dales) will toll a single bell at 7.30am for five minutes. This will be followed by silence for ten minutes and then a further ten minutes of prayer to remember all those who lost their lives in what was to be the bloodiest battles of the First World War.
They will be joined in this intiative by around 50 churches across the diocese – from Skipton in the Dales, Bellerby and Leyburn in Wensleydale, Darton in Barnsley, Priory church at Bolton Abbey, scores of churches across Leeds, Huddersfield, Bradford and the Holmfirth areas.
On that day alone the British Army suffered almost 58,000 casualties. Most of the Leeds Pals and the Bradford Pals, along with the hundreds of other “pals” regiments formed up and down the country, perished on the same day in the same hour on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. The Battle which was to last until November 18 saw more than one million men wounded or killed.
The Dean of Wakefield, the Very Revd Jonathan Greener, said: “The loss of life on that day in our towns, cities and villages here in Yorkshire will never be forgotten.
A West Yorkshire Methodist minister is about to take the highest post in the church.
The Rev. Roger Walton, the current chair of the West Yorkshire Methodist District, will be inducted on Saturday as the President of the Methodist Conference at Methodist Central Hall in Westminster, London.
The Methodist Church is one of the largest Christian churches serving Great Britain, with nearly 195,000 members and regular contact with over 500,000 people.
It has 4,650 churches in Great Britain, and also maintains links with other Methodist churches totalling a worldwide
membership of 80 million.
The Conference is the body that agrees policy for the Methodist Church and the induction of the new president is one of the first acts of this year’s gathering.
Roger, who lives in Brighouse, grew up in Pudsey and started attending a Methodist Sunday School at the age of seven, when his family moved house.
He became a Christian at 16 and reconnected with the Methodist Church, becoming a local preacher at 18 and offering for ministry while at Newcastle University.
The first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July 1916 remains the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army. That day over 21,000 British and Commonwealth soldiers died – another 36,000 were injured.
In total, over one million were killed or wounded on all sides as for five months British and French armies engaged the Germans in a futile battle of attrition on a 15-mile front in northern France.
Kirklees is remembering those who fell on the Somme battlefield with a weekend of commemorative events at Tolson Memorial Museum in Huddersfield.
The museum was given to the town in memory of Robert Tolson, who died that first day of the Somme, his brother James who died in action in 1918, and all those from the Huddersfield area who fought and died in the First World War.
Commemorations start on Friday 1 July with a memorial service in the Heritage Memorial Garden at the rear of the museum in Ravensknowle Park, on Wakefield Road.
This civic event, to which everyone is welcome, will be attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Kirklees and officiated by the Bishop of Huddersfield, Jonathan Gibbs. It starts at 2pm and visitors can join the Royal British Legion, army veterans and local schoolchildren in this special tribute to those who died.