George Galloway MP questioned by police over Israel speech

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George Galloway has been interviewed under caution by police over a speech in which he said Bradford had been "declared an Israel-free zone", the BBC understands.

Ch Supt Paul Money of West Yorkshire Police said a man of 59 was interviewed voluntarily following complaints about the speech made on 2 August.

Mr Galloway, MP for Bradford West, made the comments at a meeting in Leeds.

The Respect MP's spokesman said Mr Galloway had co-operated with police.

The force said the matter would be referred to the Crown Prosecution Service when enquiries were completed.

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We don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford even if any of them had thought of doing so”

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Mr Galloway was questioned at Elland Road station in Leeds, police said.

Officers previously said complaints had been made about the speech urging people to reject all Israeli goods, services, academics and even tourists.

Mr Galloway's comments, made at a meeting of Respect activists, were posted on YouTube.

The Respect MP told the meeting: "We have declared Bradford an Israel-free zone.

"We don't want any Israeli goods; we don't want any Israeli services; we don't want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college.

"We don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford even if any of them had thought of doing so.

"We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel - and you have to do the same."

A spokesman for the MP previously said the remarks were an extension of a boycott and direct action movement against supermarkets and companies supporting Israel.

Mr Galloway, who took the Bradford West seat from Labour following a by-election in 2012, is a staunch campaigner and supporter of the Palestinian side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

He co-founded the anti-war Respect Party in 2004 after being expelled by Labour because of comments he made as part of his opposition to the Iraq war.

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    18:00: Good night Trevor Gibbons BBC News, Yorkshire

    It's good night from BBC Local Live on a snowy, wintry Thursday. Thank you for all your updates, comments and pictures. Like this one of Meltham, near Huddersfield by James McElhoney.

    Meltham, West Yorks

    Take care across Yorkshire tonight and keep your eyes across the BBC Travel and BBC Weather services.

    17:58: Look North tonight BBC Look North

    You'll not be surprised that snow is a big part of Look North's programme tonight.

    Amy Garcia will be live from Ainley Top near Huddersfield and there will be a weather round-up across Yorkshire.

    Amy Garcia

    Phil Bodmer will be keeping warm in the studio and Paul Hudson will deliver that all important weather forecast too.

    BBC Look North live at 18:30.

    17:52: Weather update Paul Hudson Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    There will be clear spells with a few wintry showers at first.

    Weather map

    More cloud later, bringing a risk of some patchy outbreaks of rain, sleet or snow. Minimum temperature -3C (27F) with widespread ice. Light northwest wind.

    Friday will be rather cloudy at first with a little patchy rain, sleet or snow clearing through the morning.

    It will be brighter later with sunny spells and a few wintry showers. Maximum temperature 5C (41F). Light or moderate westerly wind.

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    17:42: Snow joy Trevor Gibbons BBC News, Yorkshire

    Remembering how it felt when it snowed on the way to school?

    Snowy walk in Sheffield

    Liz Mitchell sent this picture of a snowy walk to school in Sheffield.

    Got a snow picture yourself? Send it to Local Live.

    17:40: High-sided hazard

    BBC Travel reports disruption on the A6135 in South Yorkshire.

    The A6135 Chapeltown Road in Ecclesfield closed to high-sided vehicles between the B6087 Church Street junction and the A6102 Herries Road junction, because of snow.

    17:39: Road closure

    BBC Traffic reports there's severe disruption on the A635 in West Yorkshire.

    The A635 Holmfirth to Greenfield Road is closed between the A6024 Woodhead Road junction in Holmfirth and the A669 Chew Valley Road junction in Greenfield, because of snow.

    17:33: Gritting crews ready

    Calderdale Council has published the latest update on winter disruption to its services including recycling, schools and roads.

    Gritting crews are on call 24/7 and are prepared for the forecast of further snow showers over the next few days, the council said.

    Please take extra care if you need to drive on untreated roads.

    17:25: Abandoned car risk Daragh Corcoran Reporter, BBC Radio Leeds

    I'm on reporting duty in Sheffield where a council spokesperson has said that abandoned vehicles are the biggest problem at the moment.

    17:15: The bigger picture

    It's not just been parts of Yorkshire that have been hit by the ice and snow, it's been a pretty poor day across much of the north of England and in Scotland.

    A66 road closure in Cumbria

    Flights were suspended for some time at Manchester Airport, hazardous driving conditions caused several accidents and hundreds of schools were closed.

    17:02: 'Drive carefully'

    Streets Ahead in South Yorkshire tweets: Gritters are out on the network ploughing snow and gritting roads, please drive carefully.

    Gritting in South Yorkshire
    16:53: Reduced rail services Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    A reminder for rail passengers that TransPennine Express is running a reduced service between Leeds, York and Manchester due to the weather conditions. Changes to services are:

    • Three trains each hour in both directions between Manchester and York (usually four an hour)
    • Four trains each hour in both directions between Manchester and Leeds (usually five an hour)

    For full details of these changes, take a look a the TransPennine Express website.

    16:38: South Yorkshire snow: What we know Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Here are the facts so far about today's snowy weather in South Yorkshire

    • About 33cms (13ins) of snow has fallen in Sheffield
    • Over 100 schools in South Yorkshire were closed for the day
    • Major roads were closed and there was gridlock on some routes during the morning
    • Dozens of rail services were affected
    • At one point a third of First Buses in Sheffield were off the road
    16:21: WATCH: White-out from the air

    Snow has caused disruption and travel delays in Yorkshire but from above the white-out has a picturesque quality.

    The M62 in the snow

    During the morning rush hour many commuters found themselves stranded in queue, schools were shut and some trans-Pennine trains were cancelled due to snow, sleet and hail showers.

    These views were captured by a helicopter high above the congestion.

    16:14: Gritters 'work around clock'

    According to Sheffield Council, since the start of the winter its gritting teams have covered over 37,000 miles of road across the district.

    Jayne Dunn, cabinet member for environment, recycling and streetscene, says: "That's just over the equivalent of travelling once around the world.

    "Since 18:00 last night and throughout the day today the team have been working around the clock to help keep drivers on the move," she adds.

    15:51: Sterner stuff?

    Sheffield Libraries tweets: Dealing with the #sheffieldsnow 1960s-style: swimmers at Millhouses Pool with hot water bottle!

    Swimmer at Millhouses swimming pool in Sheffield
    15:40: Council pitches closed

    All sporting fixtures and training sessions on council-owned pitches for this weekend are cancelled, Bradford Council has announced. This includes games on school pitches and at Rawdon Meadows.

    The council says that due to recent snowfall it's been impossible to carry out any maintenance or line marking.

    "Many of the pitches are covered in snow and if a thaw occurs the pitches will become very wet and would suffer substantial damage if sporting events were played on them."

    15:34: Snowdrifts at Penistone Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Thanks to Lynne Pinson for sending in this fantastic picture of the snowdrifts at her farm in Penistone.

    Snowdrifts at Penistone

    We always like to feature the best pictures you've taken of Yorkshire - especially when it's snowing. Why not email or tweet your photographs to us?

    15:26: Gritters out in Rotherham

    Rotherham Council tweets: Gritters are continuing to salt main routes this afternoon, temperatures are forecasted to drop below freezing tonight #sygrit

    15:13: Treacherous on high routes Charlotte Leeming Presenter, BBC Look North

    I've been in Barnsley where the traffic is moving compared to this morning on the main routes.

    Snow on Woodhead Pass

    Earlier, I was just a few miles up the road at the entrance to the A628 Woodhead Pass (pictured) and that was closed overnight and this morning. That route has now reopened.

    It's absolutely treacherous on those higher routes and it's causing a lot of disruption. There must be about 15cm of snow up there.

    14:57: Cold weather set to continue Huddersfield Examiner

    The cold weather is set to continue and the forecast shows more snow heading for Huddersfield throughout the week ahead.

    Lorry in snowstorm
    14:46: Doncaster buses back to normal

    First South Yorkshire tweets: DONCASTER - All services have returned to their normal routes. Only minor delays being experienced.

    14:31: Bus passengers face 'widespread delays'

    An update from West Yorkshire Metro: They say there are currently "widespread delays" to bus services in the county due to weather conditions and heavy, slow traffic.

    For all the latest updates on bus services in West Yorkshire, check the West Yorkshire Metro website.

    14:24: Scattered snow, sunny spells Kay Crewdson Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    It'll be a cold and windy afternoon with sunny spells and further scattered snow showers, merging at times into longer spells of persistent snow, especially across more southern parts.

    Man pushing car on road

    The best of the drier, brighter weather will be in the east.

    There'll be a fresh westerly wind with a top temperature of about 3C (37F), though feeling much colder.

    14:12: Snow falls on Leeds waterfront Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Thanks to Tom Airey for sending us this picture of the snow falling on Leeds waterfront a little earlier today.

    Snowy Leeds waterfront

    We always like to feature the best pictures you've taken of Yorkshire - especially when it's snowing. Why not email or tweet your photographs to us?

    14:05: 30cm of snow

    Sheffield City Council's Streets Ahead team tweet: We've had over 30cm of snow since last night, 17cm of which has fallen within the last 4 hours.

    13:56: Gritters hard at work

    Leeds City Council tweets: The council's gritters carried out four treatments of the main routes overnight. Even so heavy snow showers made some routes difficult today.

    Gritting lorry generic

    This afternoon will remain cold with further wintry showers, heavy and more persistent at times. Primary routes being treated from 1pm.

    Further grits are planned for 7pm tonight and 4.30am tomorrow. Take care even on treated routes as snow can quickly cover the road surface.

    13:43: '1,500 tonnes of salt' Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    Sheffield City Councillor Jayne Dunn has said about 16cm (about six inches) of snow fell on the higher parts of the city overnight and there have been further accumulations today.

    She said gritters had put down "1,500 tonnes of salt on the network so far - that's the weight equivalent of around 188 double decker buses".

    She said: "The teams are working very hard to try and keep the city moving once again we also need the public to do their bit. Please do not abandon your cars in the middle of the road and ensure that our gritters are able to pass by."

    13:37: TM bus update

    TM travel tweets: We are currently sending Line 30 back out. It will not be serving Tithe Barn Lane, Richmond Road or Richmond Park Road.

    It added: We have sent Line 31 back out - the driver is on his way now.

    13:28: What do we know about snow? Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    We've seen plenty of the white stuff fall across West and South Yorkshire already today, but what do we know about snow?

    Alex Deakin

    Click here to watch the BBC's Alex Deakin's guide to what makes the difference between a rainy day and a wintery wonderland.

    13:20: Waste collections hit by snow

    Bradford Council tweets: Sorry but weather causing problems for our bin crews. If we can't get safe access, we'll note any missed and arrange to empty bin asap.

    13:08: Warning of more snow and ice Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    A yellow "be aware" warning of snow and ice has been issued by the Met Office for West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire.

    Snow at Shiregreen

    Showers of sleet, snow and hail will continue for the rest of Thursday and into Friday morning, according to the warning. However, there'll be a "gradual trend" towards rain and sleet from this evening onwards at lower levels.

    "The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel", it adds.

    13:00: TM Travel buses suspended

    TM Travel tweets: I'm afraid that we have made the decision to pull our services for the time being. If the conditions improve later in the day we will review

    12:55: Snowdrifts at Scapegoat Hill Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Thanks to Maz Bradley for sending us this picture of the snow drifts at Scapegoat Hill near Huddersfield today.

    Snowdrifts at Scapegoat Hill

    We like to feature the best pictures you've taken of Yorkshire - especially when it's snowing. Why not email or tweet your photographs to us?

    12:48: Extra grit teams laid on

    Kirklees Council tweets: Due to the weather forecast, we've have extra grit teams out and we're continuing to monitor - please take care #penninegrit

    12:42: Your pictures via Facebook

    Bev Burrow has posted this picture on BBC Look North's Facebook page showing the snow falling thick and fast at the bottom of Haworth Main Street.

    Snow in Haworth
    12:28: Tram service update Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    Stagecoach Supertram in Sheffield has said it now has a full service running on the Yellow line between Meadowhall and Middlewood and a full service is beginning to run again on the Blue line between Malin Bridge and Halfway, however, all trams are severely delayed.

    The Purple line between Cathedral and Herdings Park is suspended.

    12:23: Bus stuck

    BBC Radio Sheffield reporter Peter Spencer tweets: Looks like a First Bus stuck halfway up Derbyshire Lane, Meersbrook.

    Bus parked on Derbyshire Lane, Sheffield
    12:15: Snow affects West and South Yorkshire Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Just a reminder that we'll continue to update you with the latest weather and travel news for West and South Yorkshire throughout the day.

    Snow and ice continues to affect both counties, with about 180 school closures in total and with bus, rail and tram services also disrupted.

    11:58: News on the hour Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    The schoolboy who murdered Leeds teacher Ann Maguire has lost his appeal against his 20-year minimum jail sentence.

    A panel of three judges at the Court of Appeal in London, headed by the Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas, rejected Will Cornick's bid.

    Listen live to the BBC Radio Leeds midday bulletin for more on this and the latest weather updates.

    11:49: Snow 'thick and fast' in Dronfield Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    Ken Hardy in Dronfield, just south of Sheffield, has sent us this picture. He says the snow is "still coming thick and fast".

    Snow in Dronfield

    "It's put another two inches down since I took the photo half an hour ago. Gritters don't seem to be able to keep pace with it."

    11:40: No Calderdale bin collections Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Calderdale Council has just told us that all bin collection rounds are temporarily suspended pending a review later today due to the snow.

    All crews are out gritting major routes. There are no road closures at the moment, according to the council.

    11:31: Snow causes crashes

    The Sheffield Star reports: Severe weather and snow has led to car crashes across Sheffield and South Yorkshire today.

    11:24: Multi-vehicle accident on A1

    BBC Travel News reports two lanes are closed on the A1(M) southbound between J45, A659 (Boston Spa) and J44, A64 (Bramham), because of a multi-vehicle accident.

    Map of incident

    Congestion currently stretches as far as J46, B6164 (Wetherby).

    11:18: Snowed under Mick Lunney BBC Radio Sheffield

    BBC Radio Sheffield reporter Mick Lunney tweets: Our broadcast van in Meadowhead, was clear of snow when I parked it up this morning.

    BBC Sheffield van covered in snow
    11:08: Bus service update Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    Brandon Jones, from First Bus in South Yorkshire, has been in touch to provide an update on the firm's services in the region.

    Bus depot, Sheffield

    He said that due to worsening conditions First Bus had activated it's "emergency plan" at about 10:00 GMT and as a result only about one third of routes were operating in Sheffield and a number of services in Rotherham had been suspended.

    He said: "We are running where it's safe to do so. We do not want to put customers or drivers at risk of injury so we have to take these decisions."

    For more information click here.

    10:53: City bin crews face 'significant problems' Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Leeds City Council's just been in touch to tell us that bin crews are currently experiencing "significant problems" in North and West Leeds due to weather and the traffic congestion caused by snow and ice.

    "Crews are still out and collecting where they can do so safely. We do expect significant disruption today," a spokesman says.

    "We will look to recover within 48 hours where weather allows, prioritising fortnightly residual waste collections."

    10:38: Tram service cancellations

    Stagecoach Supertram tweets: Currently no services to Halfway or Herdings Park. Blue will get to Gleadless or Birley. No service to/from Middlewood either atm

    It added: Currently NO SERVICE Middlewood<>Hillsborough, Herdings<> Gleadless or Birley<>Halfway

    10:32: Your pictures via Facebook

    Hayley Hurt has posted this picture on BBC Look North's Facebook page from Stocksbridge in Sheffield where she says the snow's coming down "thick and fast".

    Snow in Stocksbridge
    10:23: Barnsley Road 'impassable'

    South Yorkshire Police has warned drivers to be aware that Barnsley Road in Sheffield is impassable by bus or other large vehicles between Deerlands Avenue and Elm Lane due to sheet ice.

    A force spokesman said gritters were on scene dealing with the problem.

    10:17: Man seriously injured by 4x4

    A man's suffered serious injuries after being hit by a 4x4 vehicle in Linthwaite, near Huddersfield.

    Police were called to the scene at Causeway Side at about 08:00 this morning.

    He was taken by air ambulance to Leeds General Infirmary. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

    10:09: Snow joke on the roads Charles Heslett Reporter, BBC Radio Leeds

    No, you're not hallucinating. This is Geoff from Newsome near Huddersfield in his replica TR3 CONVERTIBLE out in the snow!

    Man in TR3 in the snow
    10:04: Roads round-up Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Here's a round-up of some of the worst-affected roads across Yorkshire:

    West Yorkshire:

    • A636 Denby Dale / Wakefield Road between M1 J39 Roundabout - hazardous driving conditions due to ice
    • M62 at Ainley Top - lorries struggling to get a grip, police say
    • M62 Rishworth Moor to Brighouse J22 - J25 - hazardous driving
    • A650 Aire Valley Road, Cottingley - hazardous with slow traffic. Many routes in the surrounding area affected.

    South Yorkshire:

    • A638 Trafford Way, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
    • All roads around the Doncaster area are slow due to the snow and ice
    • Bawtry and High Melton - hazardous driving conditions
    • Sheffield - heading towards Intake and Manor Top from Normanton Spring
    09:47: Gritting routes prioritised

    Sheffield City Council tweets: Due to continuing heavy snow we will be diverting all bulk gritting resources to the P1 routes until further notice

    For a full details of Sheffield's gritting routes click here.

    09:41: Heavy snow on M62

    West Yorkshire Police's Road Policing Unit tweets: Snow Report. Now heavy snow west of J25. Very slow J23. Wagons struggling to get grip.

    'Snowing heavily' 09:37: Mark Ansell BBC Look North

    BBC Look North reporter Mark Ansell tweets: It's snowing heavily in Crookes #Sheffield. No buses running through here or Broomhill and few cars on the road.

    Snow in Crookes, Sheffield
    09:32: Keighley schools closed Keighley News

    More than a dozen Keighley-district schools are closed today due to snow and ice.

    09:27: Snow problems on M62

    North West Motorway Police tweets: This is currently J21/22 M62 EB. Long delays, highways working to clear the stuck vehicles to allow ploughs through.

    Snow on motorway
    09:23: Delays due to accident

    BBC Travel News reports one lane's closed and there's queuing traffic on the M1 northbound between J40, A638 (Ossett) and J41, A650 (Carrgate) because of an accident.

    Congestion is currently reaching as far as J38, A637 (Darton).

    09:19: TransPennine rail services cancelled

    Several rail services running between Manchester, Huddersfield, Leeds and York have been cancelled due to the snowy conditions, TransPennine Express says.

    Planned changes to the service are:

    • Three trains each hour in both directions between Manchester and York (usually four an hour)
    • Four trains each hour in both directions between Manchester and Leeds (usually five an hour)

    For the latest updates on these changes, take a look at the TransPennine Express website.

    Granville Road closure 09:15: Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    Reporting form Granville Road, Sheffield, BBC Look North Reporter James Vincent said: "There's a police car at the top of the road blocking it off.

    Granville Road, Sheffield

    "There was a bus that had got stuck. They are laying as much grit as they can by hand and they are trying to get this bus down.

    "I think it is probably more ice than snow. There's not a great deal of snow over the road it's more the compacted snow that has iced over."

    09:05: The view at Ainley Top

    BBC Radio Leeds reporter Charles Heslett, who's trying to get a picture of the snow situation across West Yorkshire, sent us this picture a short time ago from Ainley Top.

    Snow at Ainley Top
    Sheffield buses affected 09:00:

    Stagecoach Yorkshire has said that there are some diversions in Sheffield due to the snow.

    People are advised to check online for full details of service alterations

    08:54: Current school closures

    About 150 schools across West Yorkshire are closed due to the snowy conditions.

    To find out which schools are currently affected, take a look at the Calderdale Council, Kirklees Council, Leeds City Council, Bradford Council and Wakefield Council websites.

    These lists will be updated throughout the day so keep checking these sites to get the latest updates.

    08:46: Bus service disruption

    A "growing number" of bus services in West Yorkshire are being affected by the snowy conditions, according to Martin Driver from West Yorkshire Metro.

    FirstBus services in Bradford are currently only using main roads until all routes have been checked for safety, Mr Driver says.

    Get all the latest bus service updates from the West Yorkshire Metro website.

    South Yorkshire school closures 08:41: Oliver Wright BBC Local Live

    A number of schools across South Yorkshire are closed due to the snowy conditions.

    To find out which schools are currently affected, take a look at the Barnsley Council, Doncaster Council, Rotherham Council, and Sheffield City Council websites.

    These lists will be updated throughout the day so keep checking these sites to get the latest updates.

    08:36: Snow 'chaos' in Baildon

    Melissa Loughran has tweeted us this picture of "chaos" on Baildon West Lane due to the snow.

    Snowy road in Baildon
    08:31: Snow in South Yorkshire Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    We're now going to widen our BBC Local Live coverage to South Yorkshire as well as conditions are not good there due to snow.

    08:07: 'Blizzard conditions' in city

    Paul Garside tweets: Blizzard conditions currently in Clayton, Bradford

    07:58: Your pictures

    @hebdensnapper has tweeted us this picture of the scene in Hebden Bridge at the moment where it's "just started snowing quite a lot".

    Hebden Bridge snow
    07:53: Icy conditions cause delays

    BBC Travel News reports very slow traffic and hazardous driving conditions on the A6120 Ring Road in both directions in Horsforth between the A657 Rodley Lane junction and Dawsons Corner because of ice.

    07:46: Gritters out in city

    Wakefield Council tweets: #wakeywinter main routes remain the priority for the teams who have been working all night. Teams will move to Estate roads when possible.

    07:38: Lying snow at Outlane

    BBC Radio Leeds reporter Charles Heslett is out and about in West Yorkshire seeking the snow. This is the scene at Outlane Golf Club in Calderdale just now.

    Snow at Outlane
    07:30: Snow depths update Kay Crewdson Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    An update on the current snow depths across the north of England:

    • West Yorkshire: 3cm
    • Cumbrian fells: 10cm+
    • Lincolnshire 3cm
    • Northumberland 5cm
    07:26: Snow closes road

    Road closure update: The A6024 Holme Moss - Woodhead Road is currently closed because of snow.

    07:23: Your pictures Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    @Leoniej1985 has tweeted this picture of the scene at Low Lane in Horsforth, Leeds, at the moment.

    Low Lane, Horsforth
    07:17: Calder rail services amended

    Rail services on the Calder Valley route have been amended "to protect the route between Leeds and Manchester", Northern Rail says.

    The latest update from Northern Rail is that the 07:39 Hebden Bridge to Leeds via Dewsbury service will instead start from Brighouse at 08:05.

    07:11: Current school closures

    A number of schools across West Yorkshire are closed due to the snowy conditions.

    To find out which schools are currently affected, take a look at the Calderdale Council, Kirklees Council, Leeds City Council, Bradford Council and Wakefield Council websites.

    These lists will be updated throughout the day so keep checking these sites to get the latest updates.

    07:04: A snowy, windy and cold day Kay Crewdson Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    Today will be a windy and cold day with sunny spells and further scattered snow showers, locally heavy in places, especially in Pennine areas.

    Weather forecast

    The best of the drier, brighter weather will be in the east.

    A fresh westerly wind with a maximum temperature of about 3C (37F).

    07:00: Good morning Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live for Leeds and West Yorkshire on this snowy morning.

    We'll be with you until 18:00 with all the latest news and sport plus the up-to-date travel and weather news from across the county.

    And please send in your pictures of snowy West Yorkshire - we'd love to feature the best. Why not email or tweet them to us?



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