Support is growing for an attempt by the Hull North MP Diana Johnson to make lessons about drugs, alcohol and relationships compulsory in classrooms.
If passed, the bill will lead to the issues being included in the National Curriculum. It is backed by charities and campaigns working in the fields of drugs, alchohol, domestic violence and child welfare - including the Amy Winehouse Foundation and Family Planning Association.
Lessons would inform students about the dangers of drink and drugs and help them to build their self esteem.
England should have a 'regional government for the North', a West Yorkshire MP has claimed.
MPs from the region have clashed in the Commons over calls to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote.
Ministers deny claims by a Yorkshire MP that talks aimed at securing affordable insurance cover for flood risk homes are 'in disarray'.