An investigation is being carried out after a family secretly filmed a great-grandmother's treatment at the hands of care staff at a home in East Yorkshire.
The 84-year-old Alzheimer's patient is seen on footage from a hidden camera, apparently being called a witch by carers in Beverley who also appear to mimic her groans.
Michael Billington reports:
Police are appealing for help to find a vulnerable Beverley pensioner who has gone missing from his home.
George Jameson who is 81-years-old was last seen at his home around 3am this morning (Monday February 23, 2015).
His family are concerned for his welfare due to an existing medical condition for which he is receiving ongoing treatment. Mr Jameson was expected to return home but failed to do so.
He is described as white, 5ft 5ins tall and of large build with short white/grey hair. He was last seen wearing a brown fleece, black trousers,a brown flat cap and carrying a black leather holdall.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has broken into the world's top 150 players for the first time after winning his first Challenger Tour title in Hong Kong.
While the attention of British tennis fans was focused on Andy Murray's efforts to claim the Australian Open crown, 20-year-old Edmund was celebrating a significant victory.
The Yorkshireman did not drop a set in his five matches at the second-tier event and was an impressive 6-1 6-2 winner over 89th-ranked Japanese player Tatsuma Ito in the final.
The victory helped Edmund climb 44 places in the rankings to 148 and continued his fine start to the season after he successfully came through three qualifying rounds at the Australian Open.
He said in the South China Morning Post: "He (Ito) is very experienced and I knew I had to take it to him and play my own game. Luckily, this was the best I played all week and it was ideal that it came in the final."
No British man won a Challenger title last season, with Edmund reaching his first final in his last event of the year in Yokohama before losing to Australian John Millman.
Edmund cemented his position as the British number three behind Murray, who has returned to the top four courtesy of his run in Melbourne, and world number 102 James Ward.
Edmund's form has also furthered his case to be named in Britain's Davis Cup team for next month's World Group clash with the United States in Glasgow.
First he will attempt to push his ranking closer to the top 100 and has headed back to Australia where he will play in this week's tournament in Burnie.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has qualified for the Australian Open, after producing a battling performance to secure his debut in the main draw.
The 20-year-old came from a set down against local favourite Dane Propoggia to win 6-7 (3/7) 6-4, 9-7.
Edmund, who is ranked 192nd in the world, joins James Ward and Andy Murray in the tournament.
Edmund faces American Steve Johnson - the world number 39 - on Tuesday January 20, 2015.
"It is good confidence coming through grand slam qualies, you have earned your right to get into a grand slam which is a great feeling and gives you confidence going into the upcoming tournaments"
It is the first time Britain has had three men in the Australian Open since 2002.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund is just one match away from qualifying for the Australian Open for the first time after an impressive performance in Melbourne on Thursday.
The 20 year old came from a set down to beat another American, Austin Krajicek, 4-6, 7-6 (7/4) 6-2.
A new exhibition featuring thousands of poppies opens at Beverley Art gallery later. The display called "lost" by artist Martin Waters has been launched on the same day the Royal British Legion launches its annual fundraising appeal.
A mother from East Yorkshire whose son has a severe allergy to peanuts says parents in a similar situation need more support.
Caroline Souyad's son Bessam was diagnosed when he was two-and-a-half and if exposed to peanuts he suffers from anaphylaxis - a potentially fatal reaction. She's now set up a support group.
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Two men who carried out an armed robbery at a jewellers in Beverley have been sentenced to a total of more than 20 years in jail.
Nineteen year old Jack O'Neil was sentenced to nine years for conspiracy to commit robbery at Guest and Phillips Jewellers in August last year.
His 23-year-old accomplice Kevin Smith was sentenced to seven years for the same office and a further five and half years for conspiracy to commit a series of burglaries in South Yorkshire, before the robbery.
The Calendar region's newest theatre is getting ready for its first production, even though the stage is yet to be built.
Actors and workmen are working around each other at the East Riding Theatre in Beverley to get ready for the production of A Christmas Carol.
The ambitious task to create a theatre in a former Baptist church started seven months ago. James Webster has been to see how work on the show and the building is coming along:
Residents of an East Yorkshire chalet park who are facing eviction have launched an on-line petition calling for a debate in the House of Commons.
The petition calls on the Prime Minister to hold a debate after retrospective planning permission for the holiday homes at Lakeminster Park near Beverley were refused and the residents told to leave within 18 months.