Gotta get them Hobnobs.

This is the most British headline I have ever seen

This is the most British headline I have ever seen. But I do love those biscuits! Chocolate covered digestives dipped in mint tea are the best!

Fachada de antigo cinema da década de 20 de Thorne, South Yorkshire.

A blockbuster of a house! Crumbling 1920s cinema transformed into beautiful family home by couple with no experience of building projects

Fachada de antigo cinema da década de 20 de Thorne, South Yorkshire.

Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds - [Rotherham is a large town in South Yorkshire, England] At least 1,400 children were subjected to appalling sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, a report has found. Children as young as 11 were raped by multiple perpetrators, abducted, trafficked to other cities in England, beaten and intimidated, it said. - MPs call for Rotherham resignations

Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds

Rotherham child abuse scandal: children exploited, report finds - BBC News

BBC News - South Yorkshire landslip rail line closed for weeks

South Yorkshire landslip rail line closed for weeks

South Yorkshire landslip rail line closed for weeks - BBC News

M1 shut after tanker crash in South Yorkshire

Clean-up after M1 closed by crash

Police close a section of the in South Yorkshire after a tanker containing waste yeast overturns.

Can YOU watch this baby owl without yawning?

Grand design: With five miles of corridors, Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire is Europe's largest private residence.

Yours for £7million, mansion that makes Downton look modest...

Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham in South Yorkshire, makes Downton Abbey look like a two-up, two-down, says ROBERT HARDMAN.

South Yorkshire police under fire for failing to protect vulnerable children Force at centre of Rotherham abuse scandal faces new criticism as inspectors say officers let down children in care homes http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/sep/30/south-yorkshire-police-rotherham-child-abuse?CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2

South Yorkshire police under fire for failing to protect vulnerable children

Force at centre of Rotherham abuse scandal faces new criticism as inspectors say officers let down children in care homes

South Yorkshire dad dies in front of son on scuba diving trip - News - The Star

South Yorkshire dad dies in front of son on scuba diving trip - News - The Star

Footballer turned South Yorkshire Police Officer sacked for drug use  BBC News

Footballer turned South Yorkshire Police Officer sacked for drug use - BBC News

The old news kiosk on the junction of Pond Street and Pond Hill. Sheffield United Tours office in the background. #socialsheffield #sheffield

The old news kiosk on the junction of Pond Street and Pond Hill. Sheffield United Tours office in the background.

In popular culture it has appeared in adverts for British Rail and featured in the Railway...

Flying Scotsman returns to the tracks for the first time in a decade after a refit

The Flying Scotsman (left) takes to the tracks today (FRIDAY) under steam for the first time in a decade.

Transport News: South Yorkshire rail passengers happy with current services.

South Yorkshire rail passengers ‘happy with services’

Transport News: South Yorkshire rail passengers happy with current services.

Justice at last! Former Chief Superintendent of South Yorkshire Police David Duckenfield, seen in March 2015, was found in breach of his duty of care to fans and his actions amounted to 'gross negligence.' The Sun News in England followed the police lies and coverup that vilified the victims, calling them drunken hooligans when in actual fact they were innocent young people caught in a police chief's nightmare web of deceit.

Jury finds 96 soccer fans were 'unlawfully killed' in 1989 Hillsborough Stadium disaster

David Duckenfield, former chief superintendent of South Yorkshire police, says during inquests that he never considered possibility of people dying by crushing

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