The MP for Brigg and Goole Andrew Percy takes over as the minister responsible for the Northern Powerhouse today.
His role is to attract investment into our region's cities and towns. He takes over from Stockton South MP James Wharton, who has a new job as a minister for International Development.
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According to the previous Chancellor George Osborne, Treasury figures suggested that if the northern economy grew in line with the rest of the UK over the next 18 years, it would be worth an additional £44bn in real terms.
That is the equivalent of over £1,600 for each person living in the north.
The hope is to redress the North-South economic imbalance, and to attract investment into northern cities and towns.
A major part of the deal involves devolution - elected mayors with extra funding to promote economic investment and to make decisions about services such as planning and transport.
Not everyone thinks that the Northern Powerhouse will, or can, provide tangible benefits for the north.
The Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, the MP for Westmoreland and Lonsdale, recently described the Northern Powerhouse as 'smoke and mirrors'.
"The Northern Powerhouse - giving a boost to the North's economy and giving people more of a say over where they live - is a great idea. To become reality, the Conservatives must match their fancy rhetoric with hard cash.
"The North of England urgently needs investment to support growth and jobs. Rather than continued cuts to local government funding, the government should be investing in transport infrastructure and broadband.
"Unless the government gives proper funding to the Northern Powerhouse, it will remain a grand title with no substance and voters in the North will continue to feel neglected by this Conservative government."
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A fourth England fan from Yorkshire has been jailed and banned from France following violence over the weekend.
Widespread trouble hit Marseille ahead of England's Euro 2016 opener. There was further violence inside the Stade Velodrome after the two teams drew.
One fan has been left with severe head injuries and Uefa has threatened to ban England and Russia if there is any repeat.
Steven Cornell, 28, from Huddersfield has been jailed for two months and given a two-year ban from France after appearing in court in Marseille charged in connection with violence at the weekend.
Paul Jackson, 21, from Halifax, received one month in jail and a two-year ban after he threw bottles at police and supporters on Saturday.
Alexander Booth and Ian Hepworth were the first fans to be dealt with following the disorder.
Booth, 20, from Huddersfield, was jailed for two months for throwing a bottle at police and banned from France for two years.
Hepworth, 41, a psychiatric nurse from Sheffield, was given a three month sentence for the same offence and the same ban.
Reacting to the sentence, Booth's father Chris, who was later seen in tears, said "I'll fight it" and "miscarriage".
Young boxers in Hull have been learning about Muhammad Ali, whose funeral took place today.
Boxing champion Tommy Coyle has been telling youngsters about the heavyweight champions achievements both inside and outside the ring.
He also held a minute's silence in memory of the man known as 'The Greatest' at his gym in the city.
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Prayers were said for Muhammad Ali at a Leeds mosque following the legendary boxer's death at the weekend.
The Makkah mosque, in Hyde Park, has worked in partnership with the Muhammad Ali Centre in Kentucky for several years.
In the past worshippers at the mosque have raised thousands of pounds which has been donated to the Muhammad Ali Centre's charitable causes.
Muslim community leaders at a mosque in Leeds want to create a peace park in the city in honour of Muhammad Ali.
The boxer had close links with the Makkah mosque and Leeds is twinned with his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
There is fresh hope for the families of six former soldiers serving a prison sentence in India, to have them released, following a visit by the Foreign Minister in Tamil Nadu.
Three Yorkshiremen were among the crew onboard a ship - providing protection to commercial ships on the Indian coast - when they were arrested for carrying weapons.
Earlier this year - more than two years after their initial arrest - they were jailed. Their families continue to battle to get them back home.
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