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Body found in search for missing Huddersfield student
Police searching for missing Huddersfield student Josef Thompson have found a body.
Detectives confirmed the sad news that a body, believed to be that of Josef, was found in woodland within Sefton Park in Merseyside this morning.
The 22-year-old was last seen 13 days ago at a Tesco store near his family home in Aigburth, Liverpool. Merseyside police said at this stage the death is not believed to be suspicious.
Josef’s family have been informed and are being supported by officers from Merseyside Police at this sad time. A post mortem examination will take place to establish the cause of death.
Bobby Campbell took own life, it has been revealed
It has been revealed Bobby Campbell took his own life. The Rev Rachel Firth said in the service today: “Bobby’s death has happened at the wrong time and in the wrong way.
“He has taken his own life. There is no shame, only sadness.”
An inquest into Bobby Campbell’s death was opened and adjourned at Bradford Coroner’s Court on November 18.
Bradford Coroner’s officer Steve Hepplestone said: “Bobby Campbell was found hanging in a garage that he owned on November 15.
“A post mortem has been held. We are awaiting reports from various agencies.”
Very, very sad news. Bobby’s service was described this afternoon as a fitting ceremony paying tribute to a “true legend”.
Young carers' event at Brian Jackson House
A service supporting Kirklees youngsters caring for relatives is holding a special event in town tomorrow, which marks Carers’ Rights Day.
Barnardo’s’ Kirklees Young Carers service is holding an open day at the Brian Jackson House tomorrow between 4.30pm-6pm.
The event will be opened by Barnardo’s team manager, Liz Robson, with a welcome and a short talk about Carers’ Rights Day and what it means for young adult carers.
M62: Motorcylict seriously injured
More of an update into the ongoing incident at junction 27. The collision was between a yellow Honda motorbike, a truck and an Audi A1. The motorcyclist has been taken to Leeds General Infirmary with serious, but not life-threatening, injuries. Three parties are on route to hospital.
Police say the call came in at 12.30 and recovery has been arranged for the truck. Highways Agency took over the scene just before 2pm.
M62 update: One lane re-opened
One of the lanes has re-opened on the M62 eastbound following an earlier accident - long delays expected and traffic is now stretching back to Brighouse.
*David Attenborough voice* - “Here we are at junction 25 eastbound, where motorists wait frustrated before they can move again...”
Three jailed for petrol station robbery
Three people have been jailed today following a robbery at Birchencliffe Petrol Station last month.
Peter Thomas Abbott, of Huddersfield, Darren McGuin, of Primrose Hill and Melanie Jane Collins, of Huddersfield, were jailed at Leeds Crown Court.
Abbott and Collins both received four years while McGuin was sent down for eight years and four months. More on this story to follow.
M62: Scene as motorists queue following accident
Queues looking really bad eastbound. Here is the scene near the Gildersome junction.
Queues on the M62 after two lanes closed
Major issues if you’re heading to Leeds this afternoon: Two lanes are closed on the M62 eastbound due to a multi-vehicle accident between junctions 27 and 28. Queues are heavy and are all the way back to Chain Bar, but could get worse.
Bobby's funeral gets underway
Reporter Robert Sutcliffe is down at the Parish Church for Bobby Campbell’s funeral.
Potential for vote on Britain First to be outlawed
The Home Secretary is being asked to allow the House of Commons to vote on whether far-right group Britain First should be blacklisted as a terrorist organisation, reports say this afternoon.
The suggestion has been put forward by Labour MP Louise Haigh. If the Commons were to go through with the decision and vote in favour, it would make it a criminal offence to belong to or show support for the group.
The move follows questions over the group after Thomas Mair was heard to shout “Britain First” when he murdered Jo Cox. It is still unclear whether he was referring to the party or making a statement.
Traffic warning as Bobby Campbell's funeral to get going this lunchtime
Streets are expected to be very busy this lunchtime as mourners gather to celebrate the life of former football legend Bobby Campbell.
The service is set to take place at Huddersfield Parish Church at 1pm. Motorists are warned the town centre is likely to be busy between 12.30 and 1pm.
M62 update: Traffic clearing
Reports that traffic is now easing on the M62 eastbound at Ainley Top.
Arrest following incident at Sowerby Bridge Station
A man has been arrested in Leeds this morning after an incident of indecent exposure at Sowerby Bridge Station last Thursday.
The 31-year-old was arrested after alighting a train at Leeds Station and is being questioned by officers.
Felix the Station Cat gets a TV makeover
Did you tune in to see Felix the Huddersfield Station Cat on childrens’ TV yesterday? The station’s Senior Pest Controller was featured in an episode of My Pet and Me where presenter Ferne Corrigan travelled up north to meet her.
Felix showed Ferne the ropes of a day in the life of a station cat, which incuded a trip to the groomers. Here is Felix having a wash and blow dry - not sure she looks particularly thrilled about it...
New speeding device for Colne Valley
Funding for a new device to curb speeding in Colne Valley has been approved by Kirklees.
The speed device, which detects vehicles’ speeds and warns drivers to slow down, will be funded by Kirklees Rural District Committee.
Clr Nicola Turner (Lib Dem) has been long campaigning for the new device. She said: “By funding the project, the Council is demonstrating its commitment to improving road safety. The additional speed device will mean that each of the sites will be visited once a year, rather than once every two or three years, as it is currently.”
M62 still very slow going eastbound
Traffic is now very slow on the M62 eastbound between Ainley Top and Brighouse - with reports of it being stop start all th way up to junction 28.
Police have confirmed a report of a three-vehicle accident near junction 24 shortly after 7.15am, although no-one was injured.
Here is the scene near Ainley Top.
Publishing of serious case review on child sex abuse
Examiner reporter Nick Lavigueur is in Halifax today - here’s why:
Bishop of Huddersfield calls for tolerance after Jo's murder
The Bishop of Huddersfield has released a statement this morning calling for tolerance among all faiths and none following the sentencing of Jo Cox’s killer.
The Rt Revd Jonathan Gibbs said: “The murder of Jo Cox MP was a very dark day in the life of our nation.
“The trial of Thomas Mair and today’s verdict have demonstrated the vital importance of justice and the rule of law which are at the heart of our nation. “We pay tribute to Jo’s wonderful example of service and to the bravery which she demonstrated right to the end of her life.
“We also pay tribute to the dignity and courage of her family and we will stand with them and continue to hold them in our prayers in the months and years ahead. Jo stood for the very best qualities which we look for in all our politicians.
“She believed firmly that ‘what unites us is greater than what divides us’ - a principle she lived by throughout her career.
“We stand with those of all faiths and none across West Yorkshire in affirming what Jo stood for and we will honour her memory by working together for a more peaceful, tolerant and united world.”
Bantams' future will soon be secured
Bradford Bulls could see their future saved after going into administration for the third time earlier this month.
The joint-administrator said the club were aiming to secure a deal with the new owner in the next two weeks.
Residents seek answers over Jo Cox's killer
The member of a mosque in Batley has been calling for authorities to investigate how neo-Nazi Thomas Mair was radicalised.
Yunus Lunat of the Madina Masjid mosque told Radio Leeds this morning: “He shouted Britain first - what did that mean? If this was a Muslim person these conversations already would be taking place.
“The authorities need to come out and statements need to be put out. We’ve had the facts but not the explanations.”
More problems on the M62
All lanes are open on the M62 westbound around Milnrow following an accident earlier, however it is still very slow eastbound at Ainley Top with one lane blocked following a three-car accident.
M62 westbound is also busy between Simister Island and Rochdale with a travel time of 25 minutes.
Here is the scene near Ainley Top.
Highs of just 7 degrees today but looks like another dry day in store for Huddersfield following Monday’s storm.
Today's front page
While our leading story in today’s Examiner is on new mum Mary Conway who went into labour on the Elland Bypass, we’ve got special coverage of yesterday’s conviction and whole life sentence of Jo Cox’s murderer Thomas Mair.
Slow traffic on the M1
Traffic is slow-moving on the M1 northbound around junction 41 due to an earlier accident so watch out if you’re heading to Leeds.
Morning traffics updates
Good morning, all. Traffic is slow on the M62 westbound heading towards Manchester at Milnrow due to an accident earlier, so take care there. Eastbound is also slow at Ainley Top following reports of a three-vehicle collision earlier. The M606 is also slow this morning.
Welcome to Thursday's live blog
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