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By Andrew Barton, Mick Lunney and Nick Wilmshurst

All times stated are UK

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  1. Yorkshire's chilly Monday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    A cold, frosty start with some early sunshine likely, before cloud thickens from the west.

    WX

    Staying mostly dry, although perhaps the odd spot of rain later across the Pennines. Turning windy.

    Tonight, cloud will continue to thicken overnight while winds will also strengthen.

    Most places should remain dry, although some rain is likely across the hills by dawn.

  2. Listen: Sheffield man prompts mental health debate in Parliament

    A debate's due to be held in Parliament later discussing whether mental health education should be compulsory in schools.

    It follows a petition set up by Sheffield man Adam Shaw, who founded the The Shaw Mind Foundation after suffering mental health issues himself.

    More than 100,000 people signed Mr Shaw's petition, which means Parliament now has to discuss the idea.

    He says his own problems made him think about trying to make a difference for others:

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    Video caption: Adam Shaw says his own problems made him think about making a difference for others:
  3. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M62 West Yorkshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 West Yorkshire westbound severe disruption, between J31 for A655 and J30 for A642 affecting J32A for A1.

    M62 West Yorkshire - One lane blocked and very slow traffic on M62 westbound in Whitwood between J31, A655 (Castleford) and J30, A642 (Rothwell), because of a broken down van and recovery work. In the roadworks area. Congestion to J32a A1(M).

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

  4. 'Treatment delayed' for Manchester Attack victims - Bradford couple

    A couple from West Yorkshire who were caught up in the Manchester Arena bombing say many of the most seriously wounded victims had to wait for over an hour before receiving expert medical treatment.

    Phil and Kim Dick

    Twenty-two people were killed and 512 injured by suicide bomber Salman Abedi at an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May.

    Phil and Kim Dick, from Bradford, were in the arena foyer at the time of the explosion, waiting for their daughter and granddaughter to come out of the concert.

    The couple told the BBC a young victim with "horrific" injuries collapsed in front of them.

    Mrs Dick said she sat with the girl, who survived, for more than an hour.

    "She could hardly walk. She was stumbling, bleeding from her arm and her mouth and her leg, and her hair was burnt," said Mrs Dick.

    "I just kept shouting: 'We need paramedics now'. And they [armed police] just said: 'We're just making sure there are no more bombs'."

    "There was just too much for just three paramedics to deal with," Mr Dick added.

  5. Rugby League World Cup: Huddersfield's Danny Brough thrown out

    Huddersfield Giants' Danny Brough has been sent home from the Rugby League World Cup after being deemed too drunk to board a flight.

    Brough

    Brough is one of three players released from Scotland's Rugby League World Cup squad.

    He remained in Christchurch with Sam Brooks and Johnny Walker while the squad flew to Cairns for next week's final group game with Samoa.

    Scotland Rugby League chairman Keith Hogg said: "These players have not adhered to the standards of behaviour.

    "They will leave early a tournament it is a privilege to be involved in."

  6. Check your rail journey this morning

    BBC News Travel

    Things appear to be running pretty smoothly on the rails so far this morning.

    You can click on the links below to keep up-to-date with the live departure boards for:

  7. Good morning: Join us for today's live coverage

    Andrew Barton

    BBC Local Live, Yorkshire

    Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live in Yorkshire on Monday 6 November 2017.

    We'll be with you until 18:00 with all the latest news, weather, travel and sport updates from across Yorkshire.

    It's customary for us to begin with a beautiful picture of Yorkshire provided by one of our BBC Weather Watchers.

    This one might give us pause for thought, or at least help us "reflect" on the week ahead:

    Pic

    If you have any photos you’d like to share with the rest of Yorkshire, you can send them in by simply clicking here.