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Police chase a Mercedes along the M62 and M602 driven by a drunk driver

Watch drunk driver lead police on 120mph chase down M60 and M602

Police had to use 'stinger' device to slash his two front tyres

Man pulled from train tracks with seconds to spare captured on CCTV

A Transit police officer is being hailed as a hero after he pulled a man from railway tracks ahead of an oncoming train in New Jersey.

Apple ordered to pay Ireland 13 billion euros after EU ruling on tax deal

Three-year investigation found tech giant paid substantially less tax than other businesses

'Truly great talent' Gene Wilder dies at 83 after series of unforgettable roles

Movie superstar was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease three years ago but kept condition private to not disappoint fans

Morning news headlines: Father's tribute after Briton who tried to save stabbed backpacker dies; Home Secretary to meet French Minister amid border control and jungle fears

The latest news from around Briton and the world

Apple issues global IOS update after iPhone spyware alert

Software took advantage of three previously undisclosed weaknesses to take complete control of devices

A&E and hospitals face closure in NHS funding crisis

Experts warned there could be a "glut" of hospital services shut down as providers face a £23 billion national funding deficit

Morning news headlines: Three Britons killed in Italy earthquake


'A number of British nationals' affected by Italy earthquake

UK Government has offered "any assistance that we can" to the Italian authorities

GCSE grades fall as girls still outperform boys

Gender gap has increased slightly, by 0.5%, while overall pass rate falls by 0.2%

Brexit an anti-establishment victory, Farage tells Trump supporters

Nigel Farage has said he would not vote for US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton if he was paid, but stopped short of explicitly endorsing her rival Donald Trump.

Morning news headlines: Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year

The latest news from Britain and around the world

I wanted two seats together so I could talk to my wife, says Corbyn in train row

Labour leader unimpressed as he was asked to clarify what happened on the three-hour 11am Virgin Trains service

Which Premier League teams' season tickets are the most affordable?

The Premier League of affordability - how season tickets match up to local wages

Fish4Jobs has worked out where residents can afford season tickets - and where they are priced out!

Rescuers dig for survivors as strong earthquake rocks central Italy

Magnitude 6 quake felt across a broad swathe of central Italy, including the capital, Rome

Morning news headlines: British woman stabbed to death by 'Allahu Akbar' attacker at Australian hotel

The latest news from Britain and around the world

Team GB hailed for 'best sporting achievement in British history' on Rio return

Record-breaking Olympians return from Brazil with 67 medals, their highest number from an overseas Games

Mrs Brown's Boys voted best sitcom of the 21st century

Ricky Gervais's The Office voted second followed Peter Kay's Car Share

Team GB set for heroes' welcome on return from Rio Olympics triumphs

Squad members who stayed for closing ceremony due to land back in Britain on Tuesday morning

Morning news headlines: Team GB due to return to UK after Rio Olympics success

The latest news from Britain and around the world

Videos & Photos

British soldiers negotiating a shell-cratered, Winter landscape along the River Somme in late 1916 after the close of the Allied offensive

Somme Centenary: Special service to mark Cleckheaton lives lost

Frankie Liebmann, right, made a dramatic promotional video for Pukka Pies

Is the most dramatic Pukka Pies advert EVER? Watch Huddersfield winner's atmospheric video

Police chase a Mercedes along the M62 and M602 driven by a drunk driver

Watch drunk driver lead police on 120mph chase down M60 and M602


Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent