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Panic! at the Supermarket

Across the UK supermarkets have been raided. picked clean by people preparing for the worst, isolation due to Corona-virusĀ (Covid-19.) what started with the bulk buying of hand sanitizer and toilet paper has become much more. Supermarkets now struggle with the daily barrage of customers. How is panic buying affecting business? Some may say

What does Covid-19 mean for York?

York is known for it's thriving social environment, but the fears of Coronavirus take its toll. The Public Health England confirmed six cases of the virus in York. Placing it in the lower percentile of the 1,196 cases in England standing at 7.75%. However, other reports that have recently been announced have

The Battle for Yorkshire: Video analysis

THE ELECTION, the result, now the analysis. After a night of live blogging constituency-by-constituency results of the Battle For Yorkshire, here is our TV round-up of what the Conservative victory may mean for the region.

The Battle for Yorkshire: Live blog

06:17 And here we are, people - the last of our 35 Yorkshire constituencies to declare. Colne Valley becomes another Conservative scalp with Jason McCartney winning the seat from Labour with 29,482 votes. 05:52 Mark Eastwood wins Dewsbury for the Conservatives, overturning Paula Sheriff's Labour majority of 3,321. 05:49 Thirsk and Malton

What on earth is going on in the European Parliament Elections? We’re voting again??

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Voters are about to go to the polls again (yes again), this time in the European Parliament elections. The vote, on 23rd May, is particularly controversial due to Brexit . However, the Yorkshire and Humber region will be electing six people to represent us in Brussels and Strasbourg until/if we leave

York City Council has no overall majority, what happens next?

York Liberal Democrats has become the largest party in York City Council, with 21 seats out of the 24 needed for a majority. Soon they will have created a cabinet and taken over the running of the local authority for the next four years. There are a few ways that this can

York election results – update

Five days on, York Council remains in a state of no overall control Following on from the local elections last week, The Yorkie sums up the position for the major parties in York York's winners were the Liberal Democrats becoming the city's biggest party by taking 21 seatsĀ All of the final results,