Around five hundred dairy farmers are protesting outside a food processing plant in Leeds tonight. Farmers For Action, who organised the event say they are not being paid a fair price for their milk and want plans for further price cuts at the end of the month to be scrapped.
Peaceful protests are being held at war memorials across the region today. They've been set up in response to the Government's announcement that it is cutting the size of the army.
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Rail workers will be out demonstrating at Sheffield railway station again today - they claim that the Government plans to fund rail improvements through a combination of job cuts and fare increases.
Supporters of recycling workers who are on strike in Sheffield will stage a protest today.
Employees at Sova are striking against cuts in jobs, pay and services.
The protest will be held at MHH Contracting, who are temporarily taking over Sova's services.
Holiday caravan owners and local people are joining forces to fight a proposal for a new 112-foot turbine - 25 feet higher than Flamborough Lighthouse - near South Landing and Danes Dyke.
Bempton Parish Council and Bridlington Town Council have both voted against the plan.
Thousands of people attended a rally in North Yorkshire to protest about proposed cuts at the Friarage hospital in Northallerton. The plans would see no overnight paediatric or special baby care at the hospital and those who use the hospital say it will put lives at risk.
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*A rolling road closure *will be put into place in Northallerton this afternoon when hundreds of people are expected to take part in a rally and march over the future of paediatric and maternity services at the town's Friarage Hospital.
The rally is due to begin at County Hall at 2pm. Among the speakers will be local MP William Hague..The rally will be followed, at approximately 2.40pm, by a march to the Friarage Hospital by way of South Parade and the High Street.
Rather than closing the roads, North Yorkshire County Council will control the traffic by means of a rolling road closure.