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Eleven men have been jailed for raping the same Keighley schoolgirl when she was aged 14 and 15.
Another man was convicted of sexual activity with the same girl.
They were jailed for a total of more than 149 years between then at Bradford crown court today.
Khalid Mahmood from Keighley was told he was to be regarded as dangerous as he is currently in prison for raping another woman and trying to abduct a child playing on a scooter. He was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Yasser Kabir was given the longest sentence , 20 years, for raping the schoolgirl and two other young girls.
The fierce storms and torrential downpours in the last month of 2015 contributed to the wettest month in the UK since records began - despite record warmth for a December.
ITV Calendar News is working with insurance bosses, to investigate whether homeowners who escaped the floods will see a rise in premiums. And how much people who did get flooded can expect to pay.
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Some of the country's biggest comedians will be in Halifax today to raise funds for those affected by the Boxing Day floods.
The Victoria Theatre will host names like Sarah Millican and Rory Bremner along with local lad Jack Carroll.
One lane is closed and there is heavy traffic on M1 southbound between junction 40 A638 (Ossett/Wakefield) and junction 39 A636 (Wakefield/Durkar) due to a broken down car.
There are reports of queueing traffic due to an accident on M1 northbound in West Yorkshire.
It happened between junction 41 A650 (Carrgate) and junction 42 M62 (Lofthouse).
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Hannah Davies, 15, from Leeds has now been found safe and well.
Members of the public and the media are thanked for their assistance