Residents of an upmarket town have been left shocked and insulted by what they find when they Google their town's name.
Locals typing the word Mirfield into a Google search now get what one local councillor has called a 'slur on our town'.
The description reads: “Mirfield is
Labour's general secretary Iain McNicol quits after a "tumultuous" seven years as Jeremy Corbyn strengthens hold on party machine
Iain McNicol, who was appointed to the post under Ed Miliband, said he was standing down to "pursue new challenges" in the Labour movement.
It comes after continued claims
It’s rare to watch the goings-on in Westminster and be overcome with a deep sense of pride. But that’s exactly what happened today.
For three hours we listened to heart-rending stories about organ donation , saw total unity among all parties in their will to save lives and
Max Johnson's mum Emma left the chamber, overcome with emotion when moving tributes were paid to Keira Ball, whose donor heart saved her son.
Keira’s father Joe made the courageous decision to donate after she was killed in a car crash as her mum Loanna lay in a coma.
You did it! Our heartfelt thanks and huge congratulations on helping Max’s Law take a giant stride forward .
The new organ donor law, which will save hundreds of lives every year in England, would not be a reality without the determined, enthusiastic support of the Mirror’s
Scammers pumping out “fake news” are hampering council services, town hall chiefs warn today.
“Agents” claiming to be local authority officials have erected false parking signs to trick drivers into obeying non-existent laws and sent dodgy emails trying to con residents out of money, they warn.
Councils use their websites,
MPs have agreed to change organ donation law to save hundreds of lives a year.
The proposed move which was discussed in the House of Commons this morning comes after a two-year campaign by the Daily Mirror to change the organ donor system.
MPs made a series of passionate pleas
EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker claimed he would be a better Prime Minister than Theresa May.
The Brussels chief piled pressure on the beleaguered Tory leader by insisting he could do a better job for the UK.
The Commission President said the PM had not briefed him on the Chequers
A Labour MP gave an intensely personal and emotional speech about her daughter’s wait for a kidney as she spoke in favour of changing the law on organ donation.
Julie Elliott spoke frankly about her eldest daughter Rebecca, 36, who has chronic kidney disease.
The Sunderland Central MP said Rebecca,
Tony Blair has attacked ministers' 'sickening' irresponsibility towards peace in Northern Ireland over Brexit.
The former prime minister claimed the agreement is being sacrificed so the Government can leave the customs union to strike free trade deals around the world, raising the prospect of border posts on the island
If there was an easy, simple and free way you could help save hundreds of lives every year, you'd take it, right?
Well that's the decision facing MPs today as the Mirror-backed organ donation opt-out Bill returns to Parliament .
It's rare that something of such obvious common
Remain MPs believe they have enough support for an amendment to keep Britain in the customs union after Brexit.
Labour's Chuka Umunna confirmed this morning that a cross-party group had proposed clause to implement the trade agreement.
It is the latest threat faced by Theresa May, as the group
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister has quit after weeks of pressure over an affair with his secretary.
Barnaby Joyce said on Friday he will resign as leader of his party and will move to the backbench.
Joyce will step down on Monday as leader of the National party, the junior partner
Plastic straws could be banned in Britain after Brexit, Michael Gove said last night.
Asked if he would back a ban on the estimated 8.5billion single-use straws thrown away each year, the Environment Secretary said: “Watch this space."
He told the Daily Telegraph: “If it is bad, then
It's crunch time.
Behind closed doors today, Theresa May hosted her top ministers in a wood-panelled room at country residence Chequers for a Brexit 'away day'.
The aim - to work out what Britain actually wants from Brexit, 19 months after voting for it.
It was all very secretive.
Fuming John Prescott has attacked a Tory minister on TV over "Czech spy" claims about Jeremy Corbyn in an epic rant.
The former Deputy PM brandished a copy of party chairman Brandon Lewis' own statement - made just weeks ago - promising Tory candidates would show respect
Theresa May faced a new threat tonight after MPs vowed to force Britain to stay in an EU customs union after Brexit .
The move was proposed in an amendment to the Trade Bill by Tory rebel Anna Soubry.
Crucially Ms Soubry said she had support from other
Three former Prime Ministers put aside their differences today to back the call for a change to organ donor laws.
Tory David Cameron joined forces with old Labour foes Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and urged MPs to attend tomorrow’s vital vote in a bid to stop hundreds of
The government tonight BACKED a vital Bill to change the law on organ donation as MPs met brave families to support the Mirror's Change The Law For Life campaign in Parliament.
Former England football legend Andy Cole joined Emma Johnson - whose son Max was saved by a heart
Boris Johnson waived a £6,000 fee for Hard Brexit pals to host a boozy launch party on government property, it's been revealed.
The Cabinet minister is accused of misleading parliament after he let the Institute for Free Trade (IFT) use the opulent Foreign Office's Map Room for free.
Britain is halfway to meeting its target to bring 20,000 vulnerable Syrians to the UK by 2020 as they flee civil war, it was revealed yesterday.
Home Office figures showed 10,538 people have been granted refuge in Britain under the Vulnerable Person Resettlement Scheme.
Speaking on a trip to
Theresa May shared a heartfelt hug with Labour peer Tessa Jowell who is suffering from brain cancer as they discussed plans to boost research into the disease.
Despite spending years on opposite sides of the political divide, the pair embraced and Mrs May said the former cabinet minister was
Labour wants to team up with the EU to strike joint trade deals after Brexit , a top MP revealed tonight.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry signalled a key shift in the party's Brexit stance ahead of a speech by Jeremy Corbyn on Monday.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell joked that he did not sell any secrets to the KGB about London housing policy when asked whether he had met spies during the 1980s.
Mr McDonnell said claims that he had been a KGB agent dated back to when he was a council officer
Stretching a Brexit transition beyond the end of 2020 could hammer Britain for another £5billion, a top MP warned today.
Brussels wants a December 31, 2020 deadline on any transition after the UK quits the bloc in March 2019.
But Theresa May has demanded an implementation period lasting “around two
Odds on Stormzy becoming London Mayor have been slashed after his blistering attack on Theresa May over the Grenfell Tower tragedy at the Brit Awards.
He branded the Prime Minister a criminal and asked her “where’s the money for Grenfell?” in an emotional live performance at the Brit Awards.
Campaigners have blamed a "Brexodus" after EU migration to Britain fell to its lowest level for five years.
Estimated net migration to the UK from the EU was 90,000 in the year ending September 2017 – the first time it has fallen below 100,000 since 2013.
Fewer EU citizens are
Eight million Brits have suffered an income rise of just £300 in the last decade, a damning report warns.
The Resolution Foundation said that average living standards will finally start to rise again in the next 12 months.
But the eight million “just about managing families” Theresa May famously vowed
Jeremy Corbyn has sent "solidarity and thanks" to university workers as members of the University and College Union begin a month of walkouts in the latest stage of a bitter dispute over pensions.
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at 64 UK institutions are staging the