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What Happens to Our European Capital of Culture Bid if We Leave the European Union?

If Brexit get their way, we’ll be making a swift exit from the EU, but that could have some serious implications for our European Capital of Culture bid…

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3 Actually Good Alternatives to the God-forsaken Trolleybus

The trolleybus is a thing of the past, leaving us £27 million down and sending us straight back to the drawing board – so what’s next?

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Trolleybus Bites the Dust, But the £173 Million Will Stay in Leeds

The Leeds trolleybus scheme has been kicked out, but the £173 million Department of Transport funding will remain in Leeds. Are you celebrating or raging?

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Why We Need Our Leaders to Stop Squabbling & Make Devolution Happen Now

While the rest of the North pushes for devolution by 2017, Leeds is stuck in a stalemate, but why?

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The North Hits Back at Deputy Prime Minister’s Election Bait

Is the idea of building a 'Northern Powerhouse' just another political gimmick strumming up the North and South divide or does Westminster plan on boosting economies outside of London?

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Pay and Pensions Strike Leeds Protests

The masses have taken to the streets of Leeds to protest over the government's attitude to pay, pensions and cuts.

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HS3 Manchester to Leeds: A Tory Sweetener?

Chancellor George Osborne this week outlined a vision for a new Manchester-Leeds high speed rail service with HS3 – is it possible or merely political posturing ahead of next the general election?

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The End is Nigh for Leeds’ Parties in the Park

Leeds' arts and culture offering takes a bruising hit as Party in the Park and Opera in the Park are consigned to history  thanks to Leeds City Council tightening its belt.

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Does Leeds really need a new airport?

Cllr Keith Wakefield stirred it up a little earlier this week by claiming that if Leeds was to compete on a national level it needed a new airport to match the expected rise in demand.

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Dry January: Is It Enough?

January is a bit of a slow month.

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Making Leeds a Better Place for Kids

No matter how you feel about them, children are the future of the city.

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