The Government's planned reforms to the immigration system after Brexit could create "challenges on a large scale" for key sections of the Yorkshire economy because of their reliance on lower-paid migrants from the European Union, a leading business figure has warned.
Piecemeal measures to manage the North’s greatest rivers need to be replaced by a holistic “source to sea” approach capable of dealing with the accelerating effects of climate change, council leaders have said.
Boris Johnson faces a "big political dilemma" as he tried to keep voters happy in former Labour 'red wall' constituencies in the North and those in traditional Tory shires, a leading academic has warned.
Yorkshire's two main rail operators have been told by northern transport bosses that passengers are paying the price for their failures after a new timetable led to widespread disruption and cancellations.
The use of the public purse to bankroll the Tour de Yorkshire has again been called into question as a council was challenged over forging links with a firm producing the most environmentally damaging plastic.