The Home Affairs Committee will meet again today to discuss the child abuse scandal in Rotherham. They will be looking to find out who knew about the abuse after 1400 cases were identified in a report.
A Hull MP is calling for more sexual education in schools.
Diana Johnson says learning about relationships could help young people identify whether they're being groomed and reduce the risk of them becoming victims of sexual abuse.
The Home Affairs Committee will take evidence on historical child abuse today.
Among those giving evidence will be Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf, who chaired an independent inquiry into the issue.
The Committee, chaired by Keith Vaz MP, will be looking to find out exactly who knew about the abuse after 1400 cases were identified in a report.
Army medics trained in North Yorkshire have left the country this morning to join British efforts in fighting the Ebola outbreak.
Among them are personnel from the 35 Squadron, 5 Medical Regiment.
They will man the Ebola Training Academy in Sierra Leone, which will supply five treatment centres currently being built by the UK.
Roads around Bridgewater Place in Leeds are expected to be closed for a period this morning as a result of high winds.
The restrictions are in place due to a wind tunnel effect created by Yorkshire's tallest building in stormy conditions.
Bosses at the Humber Bridge say they are monitoring the weather.
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A 74-year-old man has been charged with historic sexual offences.
Anthony George of Burnley Road in Halifax is charged with 27 offences including rape, sexual touching and gross indecency. The allegations date back to the 1970s and 1980s.
He will appear at Calderdale Magistrates Court on Thursday 13 November
It is believed a huge fire which destroyed thirteen thousand bales of straw at a storage site in Linconshire was started deliberately.
Three children have been arrested after the fire which is still burning more than twenty four hours after it broke out.
The straw was for use at the nearby Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant which only started its commercial operations a month ago.
Martin Fisher reports:
A 46-year old man arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice has been re-bailed as enquiries continue in the investigation around the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.
Nick Clegg has welcomed news that 7,000 people have found employment in the last three months in Sheffield.
Latest ONS figures show that 25,000 people have found jobs since 2010 and the number of people on Jobseeker's Allowance has fallen by over 4,000 since May 2010.
It has been described as the trip of a lifetime for children with serious illnesses and disabilities. Every year, the charity Dreamflight takes nearly two hundred 8 to 14-year-olds to Florida, where they visit theme parks, meet Disney characters and even go swimming with dolphins.
A number of children are from Yorkshire, travelling from Wakefield, Barnsley, Sheffield and Huddersfield. They flew out this weekend, and reporter Lauren Hall was there to wave them off.