A 49-year-old man has died at his home in Bradford from gunshot injuries after a struggle with police who were on a drugs raid.
It happened on Buckingham Crescent in the Clayton area of the city just after one o'clock.
All the officers, who had a drugs warrant, were unarmed. When they went into the house there was a struggle, a firearm was discharged and the man received fatal injuries and died at the scene. The Independent Police Complaints Commission has been informed and is at the scene.
MP George Galloway has missed 87% of all Commons votes during his first year as a Bradford MP and spoken in just seven debates.
Data compiled on website theyworkforyou.com show Mr Galloway has taken part in just 13% of the votes over the past year. Most MPs average between 70 and 80%.
He has spoken in just seven debates - the average for MPs being around 30.
Mr Galloway, a member of the Respect party, has declared the figures "fundamentally flawed" as they present only a partial picture of what an MP does. His office said he has tabled dozens of motions, written letters to Ministers and dealt with a large amount of constituency work from his office.
Daniel Frayne, the man handed over to police by a friend dressed as Batman has pleaded guilty to two offences at Bradford magistrates court. Frayne,27, admitted trying to cash a stolen cheque worth 300 pounds.
Stan Worby, who wore a Batman costume when he handed Frayne in came with him to court today, in regular clothes.
Bradford 'Batman' unmasked as Stan the delivery man
A masked crusader who walked into a police station dressed as Batman to hand over an alleged criminal has revealed himself as Stan the delivery man.
Mr Warby, 39, told ITV's Daybreak that he had been at Bradford City's cup final clash against Swansea dressed as the superhero when his friend, Danny Frayne, called him asking for help in handing himself in to officers.
Asked why he went dressed as the comic book hero, he said: "Obviously he wanted to get straight down there and I wanted my bed as it was 1.30am."
Frayne, 27, was later charged with handling stolen goods and fraud-related offences, and will appear before magistrates on Friday.
The odds that 'Batman' will hand over another criminal suspect to West Yorkshire Police before the end of 2013 are good, standing at 3/1.
It looks like there is slightly less chance of the Boy Wonder accompanying Batman next time, as the odds of 'Robin' appearing in handing over another criminal suspect to West Yorkshire police before the end of 2013 are 5/1.
A man is due in court charged with handling stolen goods after another man dressed in a batman costume handed him over to the police.
The incident happened on February 25 when a 'wanted' man was taken into Trafalgar House police station in Bradford. As a result a 27-year-old man will now appear at Bradford magistrates court on March 8th.
"The person who brought the wanted man into the station was dressed in a full batman outfit. His identity, however, remains unknown"