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Ted Baker outlines 'hugging' inquiry as revenue falls

Ted Baker has appointed a law firm to carry out an independent investigation into allegations of "forced hugs" against its boss.

#MeToo: 'Alarming' survey reveals 'worrying' attitudes to rape in Britain

More than 10% of British adults do not think having sex with someone who is either asleep or too drunk to consent constitutes rape, according to the results of an "alarming" new survey.

Greenhouse gas emissions produced by humans are making heatwaves 30 times more likely

Heatwaves like the one experienced in the UK this Summer are now 30 times more likely than under natural conditions because of climate change, according to the Met Office.

Sectioning is 'traumatic' and 'damaging' for society's most vulnerable people - report

The government says it will draw up new legislation after a review of mental health provision found some of the most vulnerable people in society are being given treatment that can be "traumatic" and "damaging".

Economy to dominate day three of Brexit debate with the chancellor making the government's case

The economy takes centre stage today in the epic five-day Brexit debate in the Commons, as Chancellor Philip Hammond faces the government's opponents.

Postman turns into an elf to collect children's letters to Santa

A kind-hearted postman dressed up as an elf to collect letters written to Santa by children who had no access to a postbox.

Universal Credit claimants 'told to apply for provisional driving licence' as a form of ID

A number of people claiming Universal Credit have been told to apply for provisional driving licences as a form of ID with the costs being taken from their benefits, an MP has claimed.

William and Kate meet forces serving abroad over Christmas

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have praised the sacrifices made by servicemen and women who will be serving over Christmas.

Sir Martin Sorrell: 'It hasn't been an easy six months'

Sir Martin Sorrell has boasted that he is "2-0 up" against WPP seven months after being "electrocuted" by his former company - but insisted he was not out for revenge.

'Shocking' image shows van dragging enormous Christmas tree

A picture of a van carrying an enormous Christmas tree on its roof has prompted police to warn drivers as the festive period approaches.

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Police search for missing Skipton boy

10-year-old Harrison Creighton was last seen leaving his school at lunchtime.

Police investigate anti-social motorbike riding in Knaresborough

Police say it was dangerous and caused a noise nuisance.

Yorkshire breast cancer charity celebrates anniversary

Breast Cancer Haven is celebrating a decade since it opened.

WATCH: Videos aim to reduce number of young people reported missing

It's part of an initiative from West Yorkshire Police.

Police search for wanted Harrogate man

21 year old Jack Alfie James Marshall is wanted

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