Father guilty of killing baby son

A man has been found guilty of murdering his 11-month-old baby son and then claiming the injuries were inflicted by the family dog.

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March turnout 'testament' to public feeling over NHS, says founder

The number of people joining the NHS march is testament to public feeling over the service according to the march founder. Rehana Azam and Joan Keane from GMB Union set off from Barnsley Hospital along with other campaingners on the latest leg of a march to London that echoes the Jarrow march of 1936. They will take a letter to Nick Clegg's office in Sheffield highlighting concerns about health cuts.

NHS campaigners set off on 'Jarrow' march

Campaigners fighting to save the NHS have set off from Barnsley Hospital on the latest leg of a march to London that echoes the Jarrow march of 1936.

NHS campaigners set off from Barnsley hospital
NHS campaigners set off from Barnsley hospital Credit: ITV Yorkshire

The group are heading for Sheffield where there will be a rally later today. They want the Government to reverse what they claim is a sell off of the NHS to private firms and see services increased for patients.

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Council defend use of body cameras to tackle litter louts

Barnsley Council have a new weapon in the fight against litter louts. They are giving the council's enforcement officers body cameras to catch offenders in the act.

It is part of the authority's zero tolerance approach to the problem but it is coming under fire from civil liberties groups who say the body cams are unnecessary and intrusive. Here's Martin Fisher.

Pressure group criticises council over body cameras

A privacy pressure group has criticised a Yorkshire council for equipping enforcement officers with body cameras.

Barnsley Council enforcement officers try out new body cameras
Barnsley Council enforcement officers try out new body cameras Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Thirteen Barnsley Council officers will be patrolling the town's streets to clamp down on issues like littering and dog fouling.

But Big Brother Watch says video recording of less serious offences is a step too far.

Barnsley Councillor Linda Burgess and Emma Carr from Big Brother Watch have been speaking to Calendar.

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