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Summary

  1. Cladding to be removed from Sheffield tower block
  2. Owners of Bradford tower blocks urged to get cladding tested
  3. Jail for Huddersfield sex offender who sent 250,000 messages to boys
  4. Role of mothers in so-called honour abuse
  5. Safety meeting after two more killed while crossing A64
  6. Carer jailed for stealing nearly £300,000 from 102-year-old
  7. Mental health patient sent 300 miles for treatment
  8. Overturned caravan causes long delays on M62
  9. Updates on Tuesday 27 June 2017

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By Andrew Barton, Adam Pinder-Smith and Nick Wilmshurst

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Tuesday

    Those are all the updates for Tuesday 27 June.

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    Severe accident: M1 South Yorkshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 South Yorkshire northbound severe accident, at J31 for A57 Sheffield.

    M1 South Yorkshire - M1 lane closed on entry slip road northbound at J31, A57 (Sheffield), because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Video caption: Digby is training to be a guide horse.

    Digby is in training to be a guide horse to help people with disabilities or a visual impairment.

  4. Our five top stories today

    Well that's all from us for today, we'll be back tomorrow from 06:30 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel for Yorkshire.

    Updates on breaking news will continue throughout the night, but before we go, let's look back at some of our top stories from today:

    1. Work starts to remove cladding from Sheffield tower block
    2. Owners of Bradford tower blocks urged to get cladding tested
    3. Twelve years for Huddersfield sex offender who sent 250,000 messages to boys
    4. M62 reopens after caravan overturned
    5. She ain't heavy, she's the pur-fect companion!

    See you tomorrow

  5. Sheffield tennis courts revamped ahead of Wimbledon

    Andy Kershaw

    BBC Radio Sheffield

    Wimbledon begins on Monday, with full coverage across the BBC.

    Ahead of this 22 tennis courts across Sheffield have undergone a refurbishment to encourage people to take-up or rekindle their love of the game, they'll also be additional coaching made available.

    The courts in Hillsborough Park have been revamped as part of the scheme.

    Cabinet minister for Sport and Leisure at Sheffield City Council, Mary Lee explains how it's been funded:

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    Video caption: Redevelopment of Hillsborough Park tennis courts.
  6. Halifax man 'anxious' over tower block cladding

    People at a block of flats in Halifax have been sent letters today informing them the cladding on their building is to be tested.

    Wheatley Court

    The Prime Minister says that there should be a "major national investigation" into the use of cladding on high-rise towers.

    In letters hand delivered to residents at Wheatley Court in Mixenden the owners Together Housing say they will be reviewing fire precautions and sending samples of cladding for testing.

    Quote Message: I'd be a liar if I said I wasn't a bit anxious. Until some one can say to me you're fine, you're bound to worry, especially being this high up." from Richard Burnside Wheatley Court resident
    Richard BurnsideWheatley Court resident
  7. CCTV released of suspect after burglary in Otley

    Do you think you might recognise this man?

    CCTV

    Police want to speak to him after a burglary in Otley.

    Police say a thief broke into a house on West Busk lane last month, stole keys to a brown VW van parked outside and drove off.

  8. Prince Harry to visit West Yorkshire

    It's been announced Prince Harry's coming to West Yorkshire.

    He'll spend two days here next week meeting people from local charities, companies and organisations.

    Prince Harry

    While he's in Leeds, His Royal Highness will go to an event discussing the mental health of young people in the area.

    He'll also go to Headingley Stadium where children from seven local primary schools will be taking part in seven-a-side touch rugby league games.

    He'll also visit Leeds Children's Hospital.

    Prince Harry's trip will finish with a visit to the Haribo factory in Castleford.

  9. Yorkshire floods: Memories a decade on

    Paulette Edwards

    Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    In June 2007 Yorkshire was hit by flooding which resulted in loss of life and saw hundreds of people being forced from their homes.

    A decade on I've been hearing from Paul Eaton who rescued a 14-year-old boy from the flood water in Tickhill near Doncaster:

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    Video caption: Paul Eaton on rescuing a boy in Doncaster during the floods.

    Mr Eaton's action was marked by him being given an award for bravery, and here he is moments after receiving the honour August 2008:

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    Video caption: Paul Eaton receiving his award.
  10. Flooding possible in Scarborough tomorrow morning

    A flood warning has been issued along the Yorkshire coast for tomorrow morning in Scarborough.

    flood area

    The Environment Agency says that they expect "wave over-topping" to cause some flooding in the area around the Spa between 08:30 and 09:15 tomorrow.

    A flood warning is classified by the agency as "flooding is expected" and it could affect the area above.

    There is also a flood alert, which means flooding is possible and people need to be prepared" from Whitby to Filey.

    This alert is in place from about 06.15 and 09:00 on Wednesday.

  11. Morrisons do 'not mind' Morrisinghs

    A shopkeeper who claimed he was threatened with legal action after calling his shop Singhsbury's has changed its name to Morrisinghs.

    Morrisinghs

    Jel Singh Nagra's shop did not have a name for five years after he said Sainsbury's complained.

    He has now put up a new sign outside his store, naming it Morrisinghs, in a bid to put his village, West Allotment, North Tyneside, "on the map".

    A spokesman for Bradford-based Morrisons said the supermarket "did not mind".

  12. Biker still in critical condition after crash on Friday

    A motorcyclist is still in a critical condition after he crashed on a road in central Leeds last week.

    Boar Lane

    Police say that there were no other vehicles involved in the crash on Boar Lane last Friday.

    It happened at about 05:00 when the 24-year-old came off his silver motorbike.

    He suffered serious injuries and is still in a critical condition in hospital.

  13. Missing Sheffield man located by police

    Good news from Sheffield this afternoon.

    South Yorkshire Police have confirmed that Mark Britton, who was reported missing earlier has been found.

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    Severe accident: A58 West Yorkshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    A58 West Yorkshire westbound severe accident, at Arlington Road.

    A58 West Yorkshire - A58 Easterly Road in Leeds blocked and very slow traffic into town at the Arlington Road junction, because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  15. Travel update: M62 reopens after caravan overturned

    BBC News Travel

    The westbound M62 has now reopened at J22 after an earlier incident where a caravan overturned.

    Caravan crash

    At its peak, there was traffic standing for around 13 miles

    The driver of a van that collided with the caravan has been reported for driving without due care.

  16. New MP praises creativity of Colne Valley

    House of Commons

    Parliament

    Thelma Walker

    And now a maiden speech from a Labour MP, Thelma Walker, who was elected to Colne Valley.

    She turns to the discussion of "what is a good school" and says that a culture of targets and tests does not result in a happy child.

    She adds that the UK's media and creative arts are the envy of the world and she says Colne Valley is "vibrant with creativity" and wants to see a Colne Valley powerhouse.

    But she says cuts have an impact on children and says she wants to campaign for more funding for schools, hospitals and services in the area.