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Police concerned for missing man from Hull

Police are growing concerned about a man missing from Hull.

Police are searching for Stephen Colin Beadleson Credit: Humberside Police

Stephen Colin Beadleson was reported missing from his home address in the Beverley High Road area of Hull after being last seen by his mother at this address at approximately on the morning of Monday 22nd September 2014.

Stephen is described as a white, 6ft tall with a medium build and dark coloured greying hair.

It is not known at this time what clothing Stephen was wearing when he left his home address.

He has been reported missing on one previous occasion several years ago. On that occasion he spent time along the east coast in the Humberside and North Yorkshire area.

There are concerns for Stephen's welfare due to the time he has been missing without having any contact with his family.

Stephen is urged to call the police or his family to confirm he is ok and any contact will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.

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The FA confirm Hull City name change appeal

Hull fans are strongly opposed to any name change. Credit: PA

The Football Association has confirmed that Hull City will appeal the FA Council's decision to reject an application to change the Premier League club's name.

In a statement, the FA revealed that Hull City have "chosen to commence an arbitration under Rule K of the Rules and Regulations of The Football Association to challenge the decision of The FA Council."

Although FA rules state that any such challenges must remain confidential, they have decided to confirm the arbitration "in the interests of the supporters" and promised to make a further announcement once a decision has been reached.

In April 2014, the FA Council rejected an application from Hull City owner Assem Allam to change the club's name to Hull Tigers.

Concern over missing pregnant teen who could be in Yorkshire

Police are growing increasingly concerned about a heavily pregnant woman who has gone missing and may be in Yorkshire.

Alexandra Ferenczi, 19, was last seen at around 12pm on September 18 in the Lees Road area of Oldham, Greater Manchester.

She is 33 weeks pregnant and described as being slim, has long light brown hair and is around 5ft 5in.

Ms Ferenczi lives in the Egerton Street area of Ashton-under-Lyne but detectives believe she may be in the Yorkshire area.

Anyone with information should contact Greater Manchester Police on 0161 856 9350 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

£5 million investment by Yorkshire Cancer Research

Major investment in research Credit: itv

Yorkshire Cancer Research has announced it is to invest £5 million in research that will have a direct impact on cancer patients in the region.

The investment, which coincides with the charity's 90th anniversary, will be used to look into the root causes behind Yorkshire's cancer problems and to develop strategies and initiatives that could reduce cancer incidence and mortality rates in the area.

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