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11 July 2014 Last updated at 15:47

Student 'admits killing teacher'Ann Maguire

A teenage student "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing" of teacher Ann Maguire in a classroom, a court hears.


The woman killed was a passenger in the car, while a man and a woman in the vehicle were taken to hospital with serious injuriesPolice appeal after M11 fatal crash

The M11 in Essex re-opens after a crash in which a 79-year-old woman from Halifax died.

Miniature Shetland ponyGirl 'heartbroken' over stolen foal

The owners of a four-week-old foal stolen from a field near Leeds say it could die if it is not returned.

Len Tingle, Political editor, Yorkshire Article written by Len Tingle Len Tingle Political editor, Yorkshire

Ballot boxes for national parks?

The Queen's Speech contained a brief reference to government plans that could see the biggest change to how the national parks are run in the six decades since they were set up.

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  1.  
    United 'debt free' 17:24: Yorkshire Post
  2.  
    Manslaughter trial to take place 17:08: Brighouse Echo

    A Halifax man is set to stand trial over the manslaughter of a Scarborough woman.

     
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    News on the hour 16:58: Nasser Hanif Newsreader, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 17:00:

     
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    Shooting arrests 16:43:

    West Yorkshire Police have arrested five men after a 20-year-old man was shot in the chest in a "targeted attack" in Bradford.

    Heaton Road

    The shooting took place on Heaton Road in the city on Sunday.

    The force said the five men have been released on bail "pending further inquiries".

     
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    Coming up 16:26: Larry Budd Newsreader, BBC Radio Leeds

    On BBC Radio Leeds this afternoon join me for a festival special. We're talking Pontefract Liquorice Festival, the Garforth Arts Festival and the Bradford Urban Festival.

     
  6.  
    Wind turbine appeal 16:16: Telegraph & Argus
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    Free guided walks 16:05: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    Stuck for something to do this weekend? The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, near Wakefield, which earlier this week was named museum of the year, is offering free guided walks.

    Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    The walks, on Saturday and Sunday, will explore the woodlands and Bretton Hall pleasure grounds of the historic estate.

    You can find plenty of other suggestions of things to do this weekend here.

     
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    News on the hour 15:56: Nasser Hanif Newsreader, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 16:00:

     
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    Show attendance down 15:50: Telegraph & Argus
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    M62 lane closures 15:38:

    BBC Travel News says there are three lanes closed and queuing traffic on the M62 westbound between J25, (Brighouse) and J24, (Ainley Top), following an accident.

     
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    United team 'should live' in Leeds 15:33: Adam Pope Leeds United Commentator

    Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has ordered that all of the club's players must live in the city.

    Leeds owner Massimo Cellino

    I spoke to him when I joined the team on their pre-season tour of his native Italy.

    You can hear more of what he said to me about the club on BBC Radio Leeds or read it on twitter.

     
  12.  
    Pub assault image released 15:13: Telegraph & Argus

    Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to question over an assault outside Shoulder of Mutton pub on Oxford Road, Gomersal.

     
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    News on the hour 14:57: Nasser Hanif Newsreader, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 15:00:

     
  14.  
    School holiday duration debate 14:34: Huddersfield Examiner
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    Stolen foal appeal 14:13: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    West Yorkshire Police Horse Watch has asked anyone with any information about a four-week-old foal, Daisy, stolen from a field at Lower Mickletown, in Methley.

    Missing foal

    Daisy is owned by five-year-old Macy and her grandmother Susan Murthick told BBC Radio Leeds she was "heartbroken" over the theft.

    The miniature Shetland pony has distinctive marking, including a white star shape on her forehead.

     
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    News on the hour 13:59: Julie Langford News Editor, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 14:00:

    • A teenage student "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing" of teacher Ann Maguire in a classroom, Leeds Crown Court hears
    • Shareholders at Burberry's annual general meeting have opposed a multi-million pound pay package for the company's chief creative officer, Christopher Bailey
    • The Black Prince statue has his Tour de France yellow jumper removed
     
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    Teacher death court appearance 13:42:

    A 16-year-old student appeared in court via video-link this morning accused of murdering his teacher.

    Ann Maguire

    Ann Maguire, a mother-of two from Moortown, Leeds, taught Spanish and was due to retire in September.

    She had taught for more than 40 years at Corpus Christi Catholic College.

     
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    Lunchtime TV 13:23: BBC Look North

    On BBC Look North at 13:30: Over the last three years the number of stop and searches across this region has increased by 15%, according to the latest Home office figures.

     
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    Carnival hits 30 13:07: Huddersfield Examiner

    This year the Huddersfield Carnival celebrates its 30th anniversary with a bumper line-up.

     
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    News on the hour 12:58: Julie Langford News Editor, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 13:00:

    • A teenage student "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing" of teacher Ann Maguire in a classroom, Leeds Crown Court hears
    • A five-year-old West Yorkshire girl's been left distraught after someone stole her pony
    • The Black Prince statue has his Tour de France yellow jumper removed
     
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    Black Prince views 12:49:

    You have been reacting to news that the statue of the Black Prince in City Square in Leeds has had his Tour de France yellow jumper removed.

    Black Prince

    Ken Carter tweets: Should have kept it on for the duration of le tour at least.

    Tim Cattlin tweets: No way! My life is over!

    You can tweet or email us your views.

     
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    Gatecrashers 'strike' during party 12:39: Yorkshire Post

    Gatecrashers trashed a family home during a house party in Liversedge and stole cash and belongings worth up to £40,000.

     
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    Cellino 'problem solving' 12:21: Adam Pope Leeds United Commentator

    I've been speaking to Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino.

    Massimo Cellino

    He said: "I am 24-7 solving the problems of the last few years. I have solved most of them."

    You can find out more about what he told me on BBC Radio Leeds or follow me on twitter.

     
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    Weather update 12:09:

    Expect it to be dry after midday but remaining rather cloudy with the chance of some coastal mist.

    Dry start to the evening but it will feel rather muggy.

     
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    News on the hour 11:58: Julie Langford News Editor, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at midday:

    • A teenage student "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing" of teacher Ann Maguire in a classroom, Leeds Crown Court hears
    • A baby has been found abandoned in a bottle bin in a town in northern France
    • The Black Prince statue has his Tour de France yellow jumper removed
     
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    Coming up 11:46: Martin Kelner Presenter, BBC Radio Leeds

    From 12:00 on BBC Radio Leeds I'll be asking for your views about freedom and security.

    Are you happy the Prime Minister has said it's alright for the security services to access our phone and internet records?

    Also on the show today - there is a BBC 4 documentary tonight called Britain's Most Dangerous Songs but just why are we offended by some music?

     
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    Fears over missing foal 11:34: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    A woman has appealed for help on BBC Radio Leeds after her five-year-old granddaughter's foal disappeared from Methley.

    Missing foal

    Susan Murthick said the miniature Shetland pony was only four-and-a-half week's old and they fear she might have been stolen.

    She said: "She is sadly missed and were all very worried she won't survive if she is not returned to us."

     
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    Teen in court over teacher death 11:22: Yorkshire Post

    A teenager accused of murdering Leeds teacher Ann Maguire in her classroom "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing", a court heard today.

     
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    Prince loses jumper 11:09: Charles Heslett Reporter, BBC Radio Leeds

    The yellow woolly jumper on the statue of the Black Prince in Leeds has been removed.

    Black Prince statue in Leeds

    The jumper decorated the statue in City Square for last weekend's Tour de France stages held in Yorkshire.

     
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    News on the hour 10:59: Julie Langford News Editor, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 11:00:

    • A teenage student has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing of teacher Ann Maguire
    • The former headmaster of a prep school has been arrested on suspicion of sex offences involving children dating back to the 1970s
    • There's a warning about the dangers of children playing on slag-heaps after a teenager in Castleford got stuck up to his waist earlier this week
     
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    Your questions put to MP 10:51: Wes Butters Presenter, BBC Radio Leeds

    Do you have any questions or concerns you want me to put to Linda Riordan, the Labour MP for Halifax?

    She joins me on BBC Radio Leeds from 11:00. Call me on 0845 303 3333 or tweet us to join the debate.

     
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    Man sought over mass brawl 10:42: Halifax Courier

    Police have released CCTV images of a man they are trying to trace in connection with a mass brawl in Halifax town centre which left three men unconscious.

     
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    Rail delays 10:31:

    National Rail tweets: Delays between Hull and York, Leeds and Doncaster until further notice. Details here.

     
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    Teen in court over teacher death 10:21: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    The teenager accused of murdering a Leeds teacher in her classroom "has accepted responsibility for the unlawful killing", Leeds Crown Court has been told.

    Ann Maguire

    The teenager, who can't be named, did not enter a plea and is expected to stand trial for the murder of Ann Maguire in November.

     
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    Pub blaze investigation 10:08: Huddersfield Examiner
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    News on the hour 09:57: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 10:00:

    • Leeds crown court has been hold that a teenager accused of murdering school teacher Ann Maguire accepts responsibility for unlawfully killing her
    • An expansion of weight loss surgery in England is being proposed to tackle an epidemic of type 2 diabetes
    • The Grand Theatre in Leeds could face changes in the way it is run after it made losses of £2m over the last three years
     
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    Ann Maguire accused in court 09:53: BREAKING NEWS

    The teenager accused of murdering Leeds school teacher Ann Maguire has admitted killing her.

     
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    Theatre losses 09:45: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    Leeds City Council is to review the way the Grand Theatre is run after it posted losses of £2m over the past three years.

    Leeds Grand

    Members of the council's executive board are being asked to approve a wide-ranging review for the future direction of the trust which runs Leeds Grand.

    The options being considered on 16 July can be found here.

     
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    Your views 09:32:

    We've introduced BBC Local Live to bring you news, sport, travel and weather updates in one place. We'd like to know what you think.

     
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    Top Headlines
     
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    Holiday reform call 09:19: Huddersfield Examiner

    Huddersfield's Labour MP Barry Sheerman is calling for the reform of "absurd" school holiday dates.

     
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    Gastric bands on the NHS 09:08: BBC Radio Leeds

    We're asking this morning should the NHS be paying for more gastric band surgery.

    Listen live to Wes Butters to add your views to the debate.

     
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    News on the hour 08:58: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    The headlines at 09:00:

    • An expansion of weight loss surgery in England is being proposed to tackle an epidemic of type 2 diabetes
    • The Grand Theatre in Leeds could face changes in the way it is run after it made losses of £2m over the last three years
    • The coastguard has issued an urgent appeal for a lone yachtsman, missing off the Yorkshire coast for a week
     
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    Pensioner fire rescue 08:49: Halifax Courier

    Fire crews rescued a pensioner trapped in an upstairs bedroom of a house that was on fire in Halifax this morning.

     
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    Maternity unit closures 08:38: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    Leeds Teaching Hospitals is among the NHS trusts in England that temporarily shut maternity units in the past year, a BBC investigation has revealed.

    Leeds General Infirmary

    The most common reasons for the temporary closures were a lack of staff and beds.

    If you have been affected by one of those closures in Leeds you can email or tweet me your experiences.

     
  46.  
    Leaning quits Leeds 08:26: Yorkshire Post

    Leeds United's goalkeeping coach Andy Leaning has left the club in another change to the backroom staff at Elland Road.

     
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    Coming up 08:14: Wes Butters Presenter, BBC Radio Leeds

    On BBC Radio Leeds from 09:00: I'll be meeting two friends from Garforth who claim their local Neighbourhood Elders Team saved their lives.

    I'll also be putting your questions and concerns to Linda Riordan, the Labour MP for Halifax.

     
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    Warm and dry later 08:07: Kawser Quamer Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    It will be a damp start for the day with the odd isolated shower before becoming drier and brighter later.

    weather

    The high today between 20 and 22C (68 to 72F) with a light northerly wind.

     
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    Good morning 08:00: Tim Dale BBC Local Live

    Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live for Friday 11 July.

    I will be bringing you the latest news, sport, travel and weather for Leeds and West Yorkshire. You can get in touch by email or on twitter.

     
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