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READER LETTER: Local councils might be more accountable

A local council might be more accountable

SIR – Congratulations to Philip Davies and Kris Hopkins for speaking out against the continual extensive funding of projects in inner city Bradford at the expense of the neglected, under-funded, outlying districts.

1:26pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

READER LETTER: Inappropriate for MPs to have a second job

READER LETTER: Inappropriate for MPs to have a second job

SIR - George Osborne certainly wouldn’t win the title of ‘Politician of the Year’ but he might just be in with a chance of ‘Most Brazen Politician of the Year’!

10:50am Thursday 23 March 2017

Wellwishers rally to desperate husband's plea for help

Sally Major pictured at the Hallwang Clinic in December

THE family of a mum fighting bowel cancer say they now have enough money for one more round of treatment in a German clinic after well-wishers responded to their desperate appeal in the Telegraph & Argus.

2:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

READER LETTER: Government forcing huge cuts on schools

READER LETTER: Government forcing huge cuts on schools

SIR - Schools are suffering the biggest squeeze to their budgets since the early 1990s, when the Conservatives were also in office.

1:57pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

READER LETTER: Doing better for the planet

Doing better for the planet

SIR - Humankind’s capacity for stupidity and shortsightedness continues to know no bounds.

1:46pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

PLANNING FILE: 16 latest planning applications for the Bradford district

PLANNING FILE: 16 latest planning applications for the Bradford district

The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council:

12:36pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

READER LETTER: School budget cuts to hit poorer pupils worse

READER LETTER: School budget cuts to hit poorer pupils worse

SIR - In a bizarre irony, a new report has revealed that schools with the highest number of poor pupils will suffer the most severe cuts to their budgets.

4:06pm Monday 20 March 2017

Barok in grand form again as Wrose Bull hit the goal trail

Thornton United's Dan Cunningham beats Ventus United's Sean Jack, right, in an aerial duel Picture: Richard Leach

FOR the first time this season, the Bradford Sunday Alliance League had blanket cancellations due to Bradford Council postponing all of the matches on their grass pitches.

3:30pm Monday 27 February 2017

Disability groups lose fight to ban A-boards on pavements

Disability groups had been calling for A-boards to be banned

DISABILITY groups turned out in force today in a last-ditch effort to persuade council chiefs to ban A-boards.

6:22pm Tuesday 7 March 2017

READER LETTER: So much for EU’s laws on workers’ rights

So much for EU’s laws on workers’ rights

SIR – Here’s a question for all the doom mongers and end-of-the-world brigade who among many forecasts/predictions have stated that workers’ rights will, following the Brexit vote, be severely diminished.

3:30pm Tuesday 7 March 2017
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