Tom Cruise poses for a socially-distanced selfie with fans as he lands via helicopter for Mission: Impossible 7 filming in the outskirts of London
He reportedly recently had to call security to deal with trespassers breaking into the huge Mission: Impossible 7 set in Yorkshire.Yet Tom Cruise appeared in good spirits on Wednesday as he posed for a socially-distanced selfie with fans after landing via helicopter in the outskirts of London.
The Leeds hierarchy are confident that the Argentinian will not walk away when his current deal expires at the end of the season Marcelo Bielsa is on the verge of agreeing a new contract at Leeds United, ending fears that the Argentinian could walk away from Elland Road when his current deal expires at the end of the season.
Yorkshire MPs across the political spectrum have condemned the violence in Gaza and Israel and urged the UK government to call for peace.Dozens have died amid Israeli air strikes and Palestinian rocket attacks, but Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has tweeted to say he has spoken to his counterpart in Israel and the UK is “appealing for calm” and “a de-escalation of the violence on all sides”.
Watch both legs of the Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-final between Swansea and Barnsley on Sky Sports Football; the first leg on Monday, May 17 from 8pm; Kick-off 8.15pm; the second leg on Saturday, May 22 from 6pm; Kick-off 6.30pm.Away from a certain part of Yorkshire not a huge amount of people took much notice when a young American striker joined Barnsley on loan from Orlando City on Deadline Day in February.
London’s major markets slid back into the red as concerns over inflation continued to cause havoc with trading.A rally towards the end of the session failed to help the FTSE completely recover, although some of its major global counterparts improved significantly enough to close higher.
Despite receiving a welcomed financial boost, the Football League has described the Premier League’s renewed domestic television deal as “a missed opportunity” The deal is set to give Leeds United the security of knowing the current arrangements have been protected, and the Football League is one of many parties sharing an extra £100m England’s top division has bypassed competition law in return for trickling more of the £48bn it receives from 2022 to 2025 down the football pyramid Already £15bn was passed on over three years Amid concerns the value of the deal might drop by £500m to £900m if opened to auction, the Premier League acquired Government permission to renew its existing domestic arrangement with Sky, BT, Amazon and the BBC but the Football League thinks rebalancing English football’s finances should have been a condition POWER RANKINGS Who lands where in the Yorkshire form table following end of @EFL season#BarnsleyFC #bcafc #drfc #hcafc #htafc #harrogate #lufc #boro #rufc #sufc #swfc @LeonWobYP reportshttps://tco/V3cdFhGsE9 — Yorkshire Post Sport (@YPSport) May 12, 2021 The extra £100m will be spread thinly with more than 1,000 non-league clubs, women’s and girls’ football, Leagues One and Two, the Football Foundation and football-wide projects including looking at head injuries in football, anti-discrimination and fan groups all set to benefit Covid-19 and on-field results have highlighted the widening financial gap between the top division and the rest With the play-off winners to be confirmed, of the six teams who swapped places between the Premier League and Championship - which will not receive extra money - at the end of last season, only Leeds are certain not to immediately return to their previous division The Premier League’s other relegated team, Sheffield United, were only in their second season back at that level A Football League statement argued “what is more urgently required is a fundamental reset of the game’s financial model - in terms of fairer distribution of monies and sensible, realistic cost control measures The announcement appears to have been a missed opportunity for the Government to obtain a commitment from the Premier League to address the financial imbalance between the top division and the rest of football” The deal is yet to be rubber-stamped, with interested parties given until the end of the month to raise objections The pre-pandemic agreement of 200 live matches a season – 128 on Sky, 52 on BT and 20 on Amazon – will continue Support The Yorkshire Post and become a subscriber today Your subscription will help us to continue to bring quality news to the people of Yorkshire In return, you’ll see fewer ads on site, get free access to our app and receive exclusive members-only offers Click HERE to subscribe BANKED: Luke Ayling is blocked off by Sergio Reguilon at Elland Road last weekend Picture: Bruce Rollinson
Police in Yorkshire have issued thunderstorm safety advice for residents after the tragic death of Jordan Banks.Nine-year-old Jordan was taking part in a one to one football training session on the Common Edge playing fields in Blackpool when he was reportedly hit by lightning at around 5.05pm on May 11, the Blackpool Gazette has reported.
The Premier League’s new domestic broadcast deal is set to give Leeds United the security of knowing the current arrangements have been protected, and the Football League, non-league and women’s football an extra £100m to share The league has struck a deal it would not have been able to in the past in return for trickling more of the £48bn it receives from 2022 to 2025 down the football pyramid Already £15bn was passed on over three years Amid concerns the value of the current deal might drop by £500m to £900m if opened to auction as usual, the Premier League acquired Government permission to renew its existing domestic deal with Sky, BT, Amazon and the BBC If Britain was still part of the European Union, this would have been illegal under competition law On the increased solidarity payments, the league said: “This additional £100m will be provided over the next four years only, and will extend support to areas of the football community particularly vulnerable to the impacts of Covid-19 POWER RANKINGS Who lands where in the Yorkshire form table following end of @EFL season#BarnsleyFC #bcafc #drfc #hcafc #htafc #harrogate #lufc #boro #rufc #sufc #swfc @LeonWobYP reportshttps://tco/V3cdFhGsE9 — Yorkshire Post Sport (@YPSport) May 12, 2021 “The additional funding will be available to more than 1,000 clubs in the National League system, women’s and girls’ football, EFL League One and League Two clubs and the Football Foundation It will also support a number of football-wide projects, which will include the Premier League’s work looking at head injuries in football, anti-discrimination and fan groups who receive funding from the Premier League” It seems, therefore, the extra money will be thinly sliced but nevertheless very welcome at a time when coronavirus and on-field results have highlighted the widening financial gap between the top division and the rest With the play-off winners still to be confirmed, of the six teams who swapped places between the Premier League and Championship at the end of last season, only Leeds are certain not to immediately return to the division they were in The other team relegated from the Premier League, Sheffield United, were only in their second consecutive season back at that level The deal is yet to be rubber-stamped, with interested parties given until the end of the month to raise objections The pre-pandemic agreement of 200 matches a season being broadcast live – 128 on Sky, 52 on BT and 20 on Amazon – will continue but teams playing in the Champions League will no longer be asked to play at 1230pm on Saturday, the BT game moving to 745pm in those circumstances Support The Yorkshire Post and become a subscriber today Your subscription will help us to continue to bring quality news to the people of Yorkshire In return, you’ll see fewer ads on site, get free access to our app and receive exclusive members-only offers Click HERE to subscribe BANKED: Luke Ayling is blocked off by Sergio Reguilon at Elland Road last weekend Picture: Bruce Rollinson
Supermarket giant Morrisons has lost a million-pound tax battle after a judge ruled a date-based snack bar is confectionery and not a cake.The retailer claimed it had overpaid £1 million in VAT to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) over 18 types of the bars, which they said had been wrongly rated for tax, between 2014 to 2018.
CASES of the Indian variant of coronavirus have been confirmed in York.It is understood that the number of cases is low - but comes just a day after customers of a popular North-East bar have been asked to take a Covid-19 test after a case of the Indian variant was linked to the premises.
Brits who classify themselves as a Cocktail connoisseur, now have the opportunity to taste a variety of Cocktails from the comfort of their home and put their years of expertise to the test.Yorkshire drink events company Liquor Lab is looking for an official Cocktail tester to sample the companies’ new tipples coming out throughout the year, from the comfort of their home, and to sweeten the deal, the lucky candidate will be supplied with a year’s supply of Cocktails and paid £200.
Yorkshire captain talks slips as Glamorgan game sees no play STEVE Patterson has hailed the quality of Yorkshire’s slip fielding this summer, admitting he and the rest of the White Rose bowlers have “100 per cent” faith in Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Adam Lyth and Harry Brook in that crucial area.
NO PLAY was possible on the opening day of Yorkshire’s County Championship match against Glamorgan at Sophia Gardens.Heavy rain overnight left puddles on the outfield and although conditions improved towards late morning, the rain returned in the afternoon and the call-off came at 2.45pm.When the match does get going, hopefully on Friday with better weather forecast, Yorkshire will hand a first-class debut to 19-year-old Harry Duke, who replaces Jonny Tattersall as wicketkeeper.
There are at least 19 people in Yorkshire and the Humber who have been infected with the Indian variant of Covid-19 that the government is “anxious” about.Public Health England (PHE) figures show 509 cases of a variant first detected in India, which is known as B1.617.2, were recorded in England by May 5 and 19 of them were detected in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Lockdown last year led to drop in knife crime across Yorkshire but rises in drugs, stalking and harassment offences, ONS data reveals
.Crime survey data published today by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) shows how offences in Yorkshire (excluding fraud) dropped by 10 per cent between October and December, when compared with the same period in 2019.The fall was in line with the national average, figures show, however the rise in drug offences in the region was higher than the overall rise across the rest of the country.
Due to government guidelines, Toby Carvery customers will no longer be able to serve themselves roast dinners.It's not all bad news though – as you can still order as much as you like!Toby Carvery is opening its doors again on Monday – but there are new rules diners will have to follow.
What a perfect way to say cheers to the Argentine for the great job he's done for them Leeds United fans can get their hands on Marcelo Bielsa-inspired beer.Yorkshire legends Kirkstall Brewery and well-known Whites artist the Burley Banksy have collaborated on a special edition of the beer company’s Virtuous brew.
The jobs market continues to recover in very surprising ways as Lockdown measures ease, KD Recruitment in Scarborough can reveal.As one of Yorkshire’s leading recruitment agencies, KD Recruitment can reveal the latest findings from KPMG and REC (Recruitment and Employment Confederation).The KPMG and REC, UK Report on Jobs: North of England has just been published and shows an unpredicted yet welcome growth in permanent jobs availability, the fastest since February 2017. , Managing Director of KD Recruitment, said: “KD Recruitment has always been ahead of the curve within our industry across North and East Yorkshire, and we have helped shape this latest report about the jobs market.
THE election of Tracy Brabin, as West Yorkshire’s first-ever and England’s first female metro mayor, is an incredibly significant and potentially defining moment for our region.Already recognised by the Government, blue chip businesses and major institutions – the most recent being The Bank of England – as THE natural Northern hub, West Yorkshire now has a dynamic, high-visible leader to advocate its cause nationally and internationally.