Former Chairman of Scarborough Liberal Democrats stands for Yorkshire Party

The former Chairman of Scarborough and Whitby Liberal Democrats, Bill Black, is throwing his support behind the Yorkshire Party as he bids to be elected to the North Yorkshire County Council in May's elections.

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Make Doncaster Great Again

Chris Whitwood, Yorkshire Party, launches campaign to become Doncaster Mayor.  Pledges to Make Doncaster Great Again - and to Campaign for Doncaster to Become a City.

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Cleaning Up Doncaster

Yorkshire Party volunteers were hard at work this weekend picking up litter in Doncaster's town centre.

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Yorkshire Party Launch Street Makers to give Doncaster Residents a Voice

Yorkshire Party Deputy Leader and prospective candidate in the upcoming Doncaster Council elections, Chris Whitwood, has announced a new initiative to encourage residents to give their street a voice.

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Stockton-on-Tees Traditional Boundary Signs Statement

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In quite recent events, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council has decided to recognise historical boundaries between the two counties of Yorkshire and Durham with new signs. There will be four signs stating where the traditional boundary used to be, before the 1974 local government reorganisation. This has largely been campaigned for by various groups but notably the long established Yorkshire Ridings Society.

A sense of identity has been rekindled in places such as Yarm and Thornaby over recent years and both have had votes on actually returning to Yorkshire administratively to continue pursuing this goal. Yarm held a vote during 2014 and Thornaby-on-Tees during 2015 with both votes giving a clear majority for a return to Yorkshire.

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