The Bishop of Ripon says Philip Allott should have resigned as police commissioner sooner and calls for legislation to recall police commissioners.
The Bishop of Ripon says North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Philip Allott has “done the right thing” in resigning after his comments on the Sarah Everard case. However, Dr Helen-Ann Hartley said Mr Allott should not have delayed his decision and...
The owner of part of the former Henry Jenkins Pub in Kirkby Mazleard, has taken his property off the market as the heat turns up on the battle for the derelict building
Campaigners in Kirby Hill campaigning against an A1 service station call for an independent investigation into allegations that a Harrogate Borough Council officer ‘massaged’ a key planning report.
Harrogate Borough Council announces a raft of new Christmas initiatives designed to make Harrogate an ‘unmissable destination’ from November 15 to the first week of January.
An 18-month trial to stop traffic turning from Victoria Road onto Otley Road to boost cycling and walking has been delayed to due to concerns over bin wagons being able to turn.
Just five months after he was elected as North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Knaresborough’s Philip Allott has resigned. Here’s what happens now.
The new facility on Dallamires Lane will include a six-lane 25-metre pool, sauna suite and electric car charging points. Ripon Spa Baths will close on November 7.
Philip Allott, the Conservative Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, has resigned from his position. He came under increasing pressure to step down after comments he made in the wake of the Sarah Everard murder case.
Councillors on North Yorkshire’s police, fire and crime panel have unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in the county’s crime commissioner Philip Allott and called for him to step down.
Baldersby St James Primary School is due to close in August — just five years after £400,000 of taxpayers’ money was spent creating new classrooms. It would be the first academy school in the county to close.
North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel, which holds the commissioner to account, will hold the vote today.
North Yorkshire is bidding for £116 million of government money over the next eight years to fund existing and new bus services. Half-price fares for job seekers and apprentices are among the proposals.