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Mayor of Goole introduces Corbyn who announces he 'won't step down'

The Mayor of Goole introduced Jeremy Corbyn as the Labour Leader announced he will not be stepping down in the wake of Brexit during a speech in London.

Terence Smith- the youngest mayor in Britain - introduces Jeremy Corbyn Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Terence Smith, who at the age of 19 is the youngest mayor in Britain, was selected to speak ahead of Mr Corbyn to focus on the many young people who voted in the EU referendum. He said Labour "must secure a bright future for my generation".

Children spend nearly day and half every week on devices

Most children in our region are spending nearly a day and a half every week in front of screens like phones and computers.

Credit: Press Association

That is according to a survey as part of a campaign to get families to go stop screen time tomorrow as part of unplugged day

It is claimed most children are using technology for 4 hours every weekday out side school And even more at weekends adding up to 32 hours a week.


Man growing increasingly concerned for missing Sheffield man

Police in Sheffield are asking for your help to find missing 23-year-old Luke Darby, as concerns grow for his welfare.

Luke Darby went missing in the early hours Credit: South Yorkshire Police

Luke was last seen at around 12.10am this morning in the Shiregreen area of Sheffield, heading towards Concord Park.

He was reportedly wearing grey shorts with a black t-shirt, a grey jacket, a white cap and red/white shoes with a flower pattern.

He is described as being around 5ft 10ins tall, of skinny build and has some stubble on his face.

Officers are growing increasingly worried about Luke’s welfare and want to hear from anyone who may know where he is.

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Removing Corbyn won't solve Labour's problems: Blunkett

Lord Blunkett said the party was failing to appeal to voters Credit: PA

Labour peer Lord Blunkett has said that Labour needs to work out what it stands for before it embarks on a search for a new leader.

The former cabinet minister said he was "not in favour" of Jeremy Corbyn remaining at the head of the party long-term but added "throwing eggs at him at the moment actually isn't going to change anything".

Until the Labour Party actually knows what its new leader stands for and how that's going to relate both to the instincts of the electorate and the reality of globalisation, we are not going to get anywhere.

That is the most enormous challenge for all social democratic parties around the world and I don't have a simple answer.

– Lord Blunkett

Lord Blunkett spoke out on Radio 4 Today programme as Mr Corbyn faces growing calls to resign.

He added: "Jeremy isn't the problem. His project and those around him are the problem."

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