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Homeless campaigners set up protest camp in Leeds

Campaigners have set up a protest camp in Leeds city centre to call for more support for the city's homeless people.

Leeds Homeless Action Group along with two other charities erected their tents five days ago outside the city's art gallery. 45 people are currently living there in a bid to get their message out about the lack of help and housing for vulnerable people.

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Chief Constable calls for ambulance service to be 'properly resourced'

The Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police has called for more support to be given to East Midlands Ambulance Service. Neil Rhodes tweeted that police officers from Lincoln and Boston had had to work as ambulances last night. A recent report by the Care Quality Commission said the trust suffers from a lack of resources.

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York City fans injured in 'cowardly attack'

Two York City fans have been taken to hospital with head injuries after the coaches they were travelling in were attacked with rocks. It happened as the supporters were travelling home from Barrow after yesterday's game.

North Yorkshire Police's football unit tweeted that it was a "cowardly attack."

Police say two people been arrested in connection with the incident.

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