Party wants separate tax rate for Yorkshire
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The Yorkshire Party aims to stand in around two dozen seats at the general election

The Yorkshire Party aims to stand in around two dozen seats at the general election, and wants to have its own tax rate and team in the Commonwealth Games.

Party leader Stewart Arnold spoke to Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn about its policies and electoral prospects.

This is part of a series of interviews with leaders of smaller parties standing in the 2017 election.