Officials in Bradford have voted to crack down on anti-Muslim hate crime by adopting a new definition of Islamophobia.
It's been agreed following work with campaigners and Muslim faith leaders in the city.
There are four definitions of Islamophobia included in the motion, which are:
Inciting or carrying out acts of hatred and violence against people of the Islamic faith (Muslims).
Direct or indirect acts of discrimination including policy and practice within organisations, which deny Muslims legitimate and fair access to opportunities, facilities and services because of their faith, beliefs and practice.
Denying people of the Islamic faith the opportunity to practise their faith values, free of harassment, fear of violence against them or fear of incurring discrimination and hatred against them.
Actions which perpetuate a climate of mistrust, fear and a sense of marginalisation about or within the Islamic community.
Bradford Council also voted to accept a definition of anti-Semitism last summer.
UK's 'worst speeder' caught doing 162mph in Yorkshire
A driver was caught travelling at 162mph on th M1 in South Yorkshire, the fastest speed recorded across the whole of the UK in 2018.
According to figures obtained by road safety charity Brake, four of the ten fastest speeds recorded were measured on roads in Yorkshire, with one motorist caught driving 152mph in a 50mph zone on the M62.
In total 2252 motorists were caught driving at speeds in excess of 100mph by West Yorkshire Police, up from 345 the previous year.
Meanwhile, 19 motorists were caught driving at speeds in excess of 100mph by South Yorkshire Police last year and 156 in the area covered by Humberside Police.
North Yorkshire Police did not respond to the charity's Freedom of Information request.
Nationally, a total of 9,596 motorists were clocked doing over 100mph prompting Brake to call for anyone caught driving at this speed to be automatically banned.
Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for Brake, said: “We have to make sure these dangerous, selfish drivers are taken off our roads."
Watch: Tuesday's forecast for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Weather presenter, BBC Look North
It's going to be a dry and fine day with plenty of sunshine.
Temperatures could reach as high as 25C in places.
Overnight it'll stay dry with temperatures dropping to about 13C.
Check your Yorkshire train journey
BBC News Travel
If you're making a journey on the rails in Yorkshire this Tuesday morning, most services appear to be running to time, however:
The 08:44 service from York to Plymouth via Leeds is running about 36 minutes late
The 08:57 service from York to London Kings Cross is running about 25 minutes late
The 08:50 service from Leeds to Manchester Airport in cancelled
The 08:53 service from Doncaster to Birmingham New street is running about 38 minutes late
The 08:56 service from Doncaster to London Kings Cross is cancelled
The 09:23 service from Wakefield Westgate to Plymouth is running about 35 minutes late
The 09:24 service from Sheffield to Birmingham New Street is running about 32 minutes late
For all the latest live updates from the county's main railway stations, click on the links below: