If CCG can't organise a public meeting how can they re-organise health services?
Columnist Paul Routledge on Trident, the Olympics, Geoffrey Boycott and more
Paul Routledge: Good luck to Met Office strikers
For the second time in less than a month doctors are on strike at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary today
This is my debut column. So, what do I know about Huddersfield?
I've never met Sir Gary Verity, though it was a close run thing a few days ago.
Most smokers understand that lighting up around children is harmful, but fewer people are aware of the impact passive smoking can have on their pets
Or are they a biggest festive turn-off?
We need to understand why people support IS and make that disappear
Andrew Jackson: Processed meat alert the latest in health warnings on food
Identity theft gives us all pause for thought
Have you ever had the cold shoulder. What about chancing your arm?
Worrying figures to mark World Alzheimer's Day
The latest musings from the Examiner reporter on all things whimsical and wonderful
California doctors says kissing children on lips can sexualise them
We need more transparency over the siting of speed cameras
Andrew Jackson: Helping your child progress may hinder others
Scottish National Party shoots down David Cameron's fox
What teenagers do in the summer holidays
Social change occurs in a curious way in Britain
Banker Steve Rothstein says airline has broken its promise
The leap second brings the Earth and time back together again
While Buckingham Palace needs £150m