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"17.01.2017 18:00:26" Adding to the PM's Brexit phrasebook Theresa May has some new Brexit catchphrases which she used to promote her 12-point plan
"17.01.2017 17:29:57" news.sky.com Southern driver strikes suspended for peace talks at TUC There is new hope for thousands of rail passengers that a deal can be made to end the crippling strikes affecting Southern Railway services. Three strike dates for next week have been put on hold for new dialogue to try and end the dispute
"17.01.2017 16:43:03" A closer look at the PM's Brexit plan Theresa May has laid out her plan for #Brexit. What do you make of it? Sky's Political Correspondent's Beth Rigby and Tamara Cohen have been answering your questions.
"17.01.2017 16:23:00" news.sky.com Theresa May's Brexit plan attacked as 'threat' and 'theft' Britain's exit from the single market raises the spectre of a second independence referendum in Scotland. All the reaction so far to the PM's Brexit speech
"17.01.2017 15:59:21" news.sky.com Apple hikes app store prices over weak pound Apple takes account of sterling's weakness to raise the prices charged on its app store in the UK. App prices are due to rise from 79p to 99p in the next week
"17.01.2017 15:01:40" Theresa May's Brexit speech Theresa May's #Brexit plan in under 40 seconds
"17.01.2017 14:30:00" news.sky.com Pound rockets on Theresa May's Brexit speech The pound has surged by more than three cents after the PM presented her vision for exiting the EU The pound's on course for its biggest one-day rise against the dollar since 2008
"17.01.2017 14:00:02" news.sky.com Donald Trump praises wrong Ivanka in Twitter gaffe Donald J. Trump tried to praise his daughter, but ended up being berated about climate change by Ivanka in Brighton
"17.01.2017 13:12:23" news.sky.com Final Brexit deal means leaving single market In a much-anticipated speech, the PM says there will be a transitional period before Brexit and Parliament will vote on the deal. The final Brexit deal will mean the UK leaving the European Single Market, Theresa May has said
"17.01.2017 11:49:10" Theresa May Brexit Speech Watch back: Prime Minister Theresa May's speech outlining her plan for #Brexit
"17.01.2017 11:00:00" news.sky.com 'Squeaking' Staffie swallowed 8in-long knife Luckily the handle went in first rather than the blade which would have pierced her organs and probably caused fatal injuries. A puppy called Macie swallowed an eight-inch-long kitchen knife, and was "extremely lucky to survive", experts have said
"17.01.2017 10:32:00" news.sky.com LIVE: Will Theresa May deliver on Brexit Day? Today's the day for the PM's big Brexit speech when she will explain how the UK is going to leave the EU. Follow it live here. Follow the latest on Theresa May's Brexit speech on our live blog
"17.01.2017 10:06:50" Istanbul gunman 'confesses' A man suspected of carrying out the New Year's Eve shooting, killing 39 people at an Istanbul nightclub, has been arrested. He was reportedly found with his four-year-old son by police during a raid. Sky's Zein Ja'far was live taking your questions.
"17.01.2017 09:47:35" news.sky.com Food and air fare costs drive inflation to 1.6% The annual rate of inflation rises more than expected as the effects of the weak pound are felt more widely. Inflation has hit its highest level since the summer of 2014
"17.01.2017 09:30:01" news.sky.com Corbyn dismisses by-election vote loser claims The Labour leader made a secret visit to Cumbria at the weekend as Conservatives claim he is "toxic" in elections. Jeremy Corbyn is dismissing claims that he is a vote loser in the Copeland by-election
"17.01.2017 09:06:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Trump has to accept media scrutiny Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. "Now is the time when the responsibility is on journalists to hold Mr Trump to account."
"17.01.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com Midwife shortage makes women feel like 'cattle' Half of all women in labour experience a "red flag" event where basic care is delayed or undelivered, according to new research. A shortage of maternity staff means basic care is being delayed for 50% of women during childbirth, a report has warned
"17.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Hunt for missing flight MH370 called off Part of the wing of MH370 was found on Reunion Island in 2015. The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been called off
"17.01.2017 06:00:00" news.sky.com The devil will be in the detail of PM's EU plan Not just a plan, but a 12-point plan for Brexit - soon to be delivered by the Prime Minister at Lancaster House, the seat of historic British diplomacy over Europe and the Commonwealth. The four main principles driving the Prime Minister's Brexit plan are now known. But many unanswered questions remain, writes Political Editor Faisal Islam.
"17.01.2017 05:33:01" news.sky.com How Trump ripped up the foreign policy playbook An assumption that President Trump will be less extreme than candidate Trump looks like it may have been misplaced. Could Trump the President be more extreme than Trump the campaigner?
"17.01.2017 00:01:00" news.sky.com Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, dies aged 82 After returning from his final space mission, Cernan said he no longer belonged "solely to the earth, " but also to the universe. He was the commander of Apollo 17 which went to the moon in December 1972
"16.01.2017 23:30:00" news.sky.com Britain's Antarctic base Halley VI to shut over ice crack concerns The British Antarctic Survey is withdrawing all its research staff in March because of "uncertainty" over a crack in the ice. It'll close for eight months in March before the Antarctic winter begins
"16.01.2017 23:01:07" CCTV shows Tunisia attacker's rampage CCTV footage showing holidaymakers running for their lives as the Tunisia beach attack began has been shown at an inquest
"16.01.2017 22:28:30" news.sky.com May's 12-point plan for clean break from EU The PM is understood to be seeking a clean break from the EU in her long-awaited speech spelling out her Brexit strategy
"16.01.2017 21:56:39" news.sky.com Nightclub attacker 'arrested in Istanbul' The man suspected of carrying out the New Year's Day shooting at an Istanbul nightclub has been arrested, according to local media
"16.01.2017 21:26:36" Trump: America's President Join Adam Boulton for his special programme, Trump: America's President. It's on at midnight on Sky News and it starts tonight.
"16.01.2017 20:32:49" Countdown to a Trump Presidency in New York We are 4 days away from Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th president of the United States. Sky News Presenter Adam Boulton has been answering your questions from outside Trump Tower in New York.
"16.01.2017 19:46:33" news.sky.com Hospital 'failures' during caesarean caused death of young mother, coroner finds An inquest has been told "inadequate diagnosis and treatment" were to blame for the death of young mother Frances Cappuccini. 30-year-old Frances Cappuccini died just hours after her second son was born
"16.01.2017 18:48:49" CCTV footage shown at Tunisia inquest CCTV shown at the Tunisia inquest into the deaths of 30 Britons shows the gunman prior to starting his rampage and tourists fleeing as he opens fire on the beach
"16.01.2017 17:43:17" news.sky.com March election after NI government collapses UPDATE - An election is due to be held in Northern Ireland on 2nd March after the collapse of the government
"16.01.2017 17:35:00" news.sky.com Cilla Black statue unveiled in Liverpool The singer's son Robert Willis said his mother "never really appreciated getting old but now she will be forever young". A bronze statue of Cilla Black has been unveiled in her home city of Liverpool
"16.01.2017 17:00:01" news.sky.com Piccadilly Circus goes dark as billboards switched off For the first time since the Blitz, the famous illuminated screens in London's West End are going dark as they are redesigned. The six famous screens are being replaced by one single, large curved one this autumn
"16.01.2017 16:34:45" Michael Gove on Donald Trump After Michael Gove became the first MP to get a meeting with Donald J. Trump we asked the leave-campaigner what he made of the US President-elect
"16.01.2017 16:00:00" Obama's legacy With Donald J. Trump's inauguration looming, we take a look at how Barack Obama's Presidency will go down in history
"16.01.2017 15:49:29" Diane Foley remembers her son Diane Foley recounts losing her son James who was murdered by Islamic State in 2014
"16.01.2017 15:25:10" news.sky.com Sherlock leak: BBC investigates if Russians put finale on internet A Russian-language version of the episode entitled The Final Problem appeared online the day before airing in the UK. What is rumoured to be the show's last episode, was illegally uploaded to the internet on Saturday
"16.01.2017 14:43:04" news.sky.com House blast injures five people in Manchester At least five people have been hurt, two seriously, after an explosion in the Manchester suburb of Blackley. A terraced house has partially collapsed in the explosion
"16.01.2017 14:09:37" Donald Trump meets Michael Gove Michael Gove landed the first British interview with Donald Trump. What were the main points to take away from his talk with the US President-elect? Sky's Alistair Bunkall has been answering your questions.
"16.01.2017 13:15:50" news.sky.com Hunt 'proud' as he nets £14.4m amid NHS crisis Mr Hunt is among Cabinet ministers facing questions about private wealth over a potential crackdown on excessive corporate pay. Jeremy Hunt has pocketed an estimated £14.4m from the sale of a business, amid criticism of his handling of the NHS winter crisis
"16.01.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com Tour guide mauled to death by crocodiles Co-workers found the victim's body in a pool as they arrived for work at Le Bonheur crocodile farm near Cape Town. A tour guide has been mauled to death by crocodiles at a farm in South Africa
"16.01.2017 11:00:01" news.sky.com Dozens killed as cargo jet smashes into village The plane crashes while trying to land, ploughing through the village for several hundred metres and killing "entire families". UPDATE: the death toll from the Turkish Airlines crash in Kyrgyzstan has risen to 37
"16.01.2017 10:37:08" news.sky.com Several dead after shooting at Mexico music festival Five people have been reported dead after shooting broke out at the BPM Music Festival in Mexico. Five people have been reported dead after shooting broke out at the BPM Music Festival in Mexico
"16.01.2017 09:45:00" news.sky.com Guantanamo inmates moved as Obama departs The outgoing US President pledged to close the facility in Cuba - but just days before leaving office 45 prisoners remain. Ten Guantanamo Bay detainees have been transferred to Oman
"16.01.2017 09:15:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Get used to having Brexit deja vu Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. Are you suffering from Brexit deja vu? Our economics editor says you're going to have to get used to it
"16.01.2017 08:45:00" news.sky.com House hunting for Team Trump's millionaires and billionaires As members of the new administration splurge on luxury homes, campaigners hope to exert political pressure by following the money. The Trump team is providing plenty of work for estate agents in DC's wealthiest suburbs
"16.01.2017 08:15:00" news.sky.com Time running out for N Ireland's government Sinn Fein has until 5pm to nominate a replacement for Martin McGuinness, or the Stormont Executive will cease to exist. Northern Ireland's devolved government is on the brink of collapse after a split in the power-sharing coalition
"16.01.2017 07:45:00" The WWII veteran come gym bunny Is this 95-year-old World War Two veteran fitter than you? Some Monday motivation for you.
"16.01.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com New BT service to block millions of nuisance calls Cold callers are "a terrible blight on society" and Government and industry are working to stop them, says minister. BT has launched a service that aims to divert up to 30 million nuisance calls a week
"16.01.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Pound slides ahead of May's Brexit speech Analysts say the currency could be headed for post-referendum lows as the PM prepares to lay out a road map for Brexit. The pound has fallen below $1.20 amid reports that Theresa May will set Britain on course for a "Hard Brexit"
"16.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Two-state solution reaffirmed at Paris talks Fresh talks take place in Paris amid Palestinian warnings over Donald Trump's plan to move the US embassy in Israel. The two-state solution for Israel and Palestine has been reaffirmed at peace talks in Paris
"16.01.2017 06:00:01" news.sky.com Eight billionaires 'own same as half the world' Oxfam says inequality is "more shocking than ever before" and that millions around the world are still going hungry. Oxfam claim that inequality is so stark that a group of eight billionaires own the same wealth as half the world
"16.01.2017 05:29:19" news.sky.com Turkish Airlines cargo jet crash kills 20 A Turkish Airlines cargo jet has crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing a pilot and at least 19 people on the ground. A Turkish Airlines cargo jet has crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing a pilot and at least 19 people on the ground
"15.01.2017 22:17:16" news.sky.com Trump dodges trade question in Gove interview Donald Trump has dodged the question of whether the UK is "front of the queue" for a post-Brexit trade deal in an interview with MP Michael Gove. Donald J. Trump has dodged the question of whether the UK is "front of the queue" for a post-Brexit trade deal in an interview with MP Michael Gove
"15.01.2017 21:14:06" news.sky.com The world according to Trump: 14 burning issues Since being elected, Donald Trump has been standing firm on many issues raised during his campaign, while appearing to soften his position on others. Here's how Donald J. Trump's views have evolved on the economy, foreign policy and immigration since he was elected
"15.01.2017 19:45:00" news.sky.com Kerry meets comrade of soldier he shot dead The Secretary of State and former US Navy Lieutenant revisits the Mekong delta where in 1969 he thwarted an ambush on his boat. Outgoing US Secretary of State, John Kerry, visited the spot where he shot dead a Viet Cong soldier during the Vietnam War
"15.01.2017 19:01:06" news.sky.com Theresa May to appear in Vogue photoshoot Downing Street denies the feature has anything to do with the PM's upcoming visit to meet Donald Trump. The Prime Minister will appear in a glossy fashion spread for American Vogue magazine
"15.01.2017 18:08:02" news.sky.com Hunt to get £15m payout from Hotcourses sale amid NHS crisis An education business co-founded by Jeremy Hunt in 1996 is on the verge of being sold for up to £35m, Sky News learns. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is to land more than £15m from an education business he helped set up, Sky News has learnt
"15.01.2017 18:01:32" news.sky.com Social media firms face 'fake news' grilling Senior MPs consider holding an inquiry into whether tech bosses are doing enough to stop the spread of bogus stories. Executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google could be questioned by MPs on their efforts to stop "fake news"
"15.01.2017 17:02:19" news.sky.com CIA boss: Trump does not understand Russia John Brennan warns Mr Trump that his "talking and tweeting" is not in the national interest. Donald J. Trump's "talking and tweeting" is not in the national interest, the outgoing CIA director has said
"15.01.2017 16:14:00" news.sky.com Hammond fires warning shot over single market The Chancellor says the Government will do "whatever we have to" if the EU moves to shut off the UK from the free trade area. The UK is "not going to lie down" if Brussels seeks to impose trade tariffs after Brexit, the Chancellor has said
"15.01.2017 15:30:01" news.sky.com Farage 'yet to be convinced' by PM on Brexit The MEP strikes a sceptical note amid reports the premier is ready to quit the single market to regain control of immigration. "I'm yet to be convinced," Nigel Farage said on Sophy Ridge on Sunday about Theresa May over Brexit
"15.01.2017 15:07:14" Sophy Ridge on Sunday The NHS crisis, Jeremy Corbyn's leadership relaunch and Brexit - our highlights from this week's Sophy #Ridge on Sunday. Highlights from today's Sophy Ridge on Sunday including the NHS crisis and Theresa May's Brexit plan
"15.01.2017 14:45:02" news.sky.com Three inmates beheaded in Brazil prison riot The latest massacre in Brazil's overcrowded prison system is said to have started when one criminal group invaded another's block. Three inmates have been beheaded and another seven killed in fighting between rival gangs in a Brazilian prison
"15.01.2017 14:02:13" news.sky.com Tory attacks PM for trying to 'scapegoat' GPs A senior Conservative has hit out at the Government for trying to "scapegoat" GPs for the pressures on emergency departments. Dr Sarah Wollaston, who has worked in the NHS for 24 years, says Theresa May is "entirely wrong" to blame doctors for the A&E crisis
"15.01.2017 13:16:56" news.sky.com Brexit terms explained: What you need to know The PM is preparing to reveal more about her Brexit plan - here are some key terms you need to know. Single market and customs union - what do they actually mean? Here's our guide explaining some of the Brexit terms.
"15.01.2017 12:05:32" Sophy Ridge on Sunday We've got the second episode of #Ridge on Sunday in the bag! What did you think of the show? Sophy Ridge answered your questions you had about what we covered and the guests we spoke to. Do you have any questions for Sophy Ridge following this week's Sophy Ridge on Sunday?
"15.01.2017 11:39:35" news.sky.com British tourists hurt in New Zealand bus crash The bus slid 10 metres down an embankment and ended up partially submerged in a stream in a national park on North Island. Fifteen people have been hurt, four seriously, in a bus crash in New Zealand
"15.01.2017 09:22:36" How do you like your Brexit? Hard or soft? What's the difference between Hard and Soft Brexit?
Britain is leaving the EU, but what does that departure look like? Let these boiled eggs explain.
"15.01.2017 07:30:01" news.sky.com Hospitals 'cancelling unprotected cancer ops' "No part of the system and no patient is immune from the pressure the NHS is experiencing," says the Royal College of Surgeons. Patients with cancer are having their operations cancelled by hospitals with increasing regularity
"15.01.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com David Bowie tipped for posthumous Brits David Bowie could be in line to receive two posthumous Brit Awards after being shortlisted for next month's ceremony. David Bowie has been nominated for best British male solo artist and best British album at the 2017 Brit Awards - a year after his death
"15.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Protesters march against Trump 'hate' The incoming president's stance on minority groups and immigrant rights draws thousands onto the streets of the US capital. Protesters fearful of a Trump presidency have taken to the streets of Washington DC'
"15.01.2017 06:00:00" news.sky.com Will Trump spell the end of two-state solution? Just days before Donald Trump is sworn in, a high-level conference in Paris will urge the establishment of a Palestinian state. Could President Trump spell the end of two-state solution?
"15.01.2017 05:29:39" news.sky.com Dozens feared dead as migrant boat sinks Eight bodies have been recovered but rescue officials fear about 100 people may have died in the latest Mediterranean tragedy. About 100 migrants are missing and feared dead after their boat capsized off Libya's coast
"14.01.2017 22:03:30" news.sky.com PM expected to say UK prepared to leave single market Theresa May is expected to give the most detailed insight yet into her Brexit plan in a major set-piece speech on Tuesday. Theresa May is expected to announce the UK is prepared to leave the single market, the customs union and European Court of Justice
"14.01.2017 21:36:42" news.sky.com NHS safer under Tories than Corbyn, says poll Theresa May has been hammered over the NHS all week - but voters do not think Jeremy Corbyn has the answers. Voters believe the NHS is better off under the Tories than Jeremy Corbyn and Labour, an opinion poll suggests
"14.01.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com Thinking out of the box to fund Parkinson's research Grayson Perry and Damien Hirst are among the artists who have created artworks around a box to fund research into the disease. Grayson Perry and Damien Hirst are among the artists creating artworks inside perspex boxes to raise funds for Parkinson's research
"14.01.2017 19:45:00" news.sky.com Priyanka Chopra 'resting' after mishap on set The Bollywood turned Hollywood actress is said to have suffered concussion after she slipped and fell during a stunt. Actress Priyanka Chopra is said to have suffered concussion, after she slipped and fell during a stunt
"14.01.2017 19:03:26" news.sky.com Poland welcomes US troops amid Russia fears Thousands of soldiers stream into Poland in one of the largest deployments of US forces in Europe since the Cold War. Poland has welcomed 3,500 US troops into the country, with joint picnics held for citizens and American soldiers
"14.01.2017 17:52:01" SpaceX's first rocket launch since explosion SpaceX successfully launched a rocket for the first time since a launch pad explosion destroyed more than $200m (£164m) of equipment. Watch it happen here.
"14.01.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Man dead after cliff collapse in Suffolk Horrified witnesses call emergency services after the cliff fall on one of Suffolk's most popular beaches. A man has died after a cliff collapsed onto a beach in Suffolk, police have confirmed
"14.01.2017 16:45:33" Protests against Donald Trump's Presidency Protesters are marching in a demonstration in Virginia against Donald Trump's Presidency. US correspondent Cordelia Lynch asked your questions to those at the scene.
"14.01.2017 16:13:23" news.sky.com Trump slams civil rights campaigner for boycott John Lewis says he will not go to the inauguration because Russia helped Donald Trump win the election and he is not legitimate. Congressman John Lewis, who marched with Martin Luther King, won't attend Donald Trump's inauguration because he isn't a "legitimate president"
"14.01.2017 15:26:19" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Labour's John McDonnell and Tory MP Sarah Wollaston will be on tomorrow's Sophy Ridge on Sunday. Here's Sophy Ridge's preview ahead of the show. Sophy Ridge previews tomorrow's Sophy Ridge on Sunday
"14.01.2017 14:53:18" news.sky.com Corbyn hits out at Britain's 'rigged system' The opposition leader argues the Tories have "spectacularly failed even to begin to share the wealth fairly across society". Jeremy Corbyn has attacked what he calls a "rigged system" in Britain where "power is in the wrong hands"
"14.01.2017 14:09:04" Girl found safe 18 years after abduction Kamiyah Mobley has been reunited with her biological mother 18 years after she was abducted, but she says she loves the women accused of kidnapping her
"14.01.2017 13:01:41" news.sky.com Surfer saved after 16 hours adrift in Pacific A tourist finds himself drifting further and further away from the shore after getting caught up in a strong ocean current. A surfer was forced to spend 16 hours clinging to his board after being overpowered by a strong current miles from the shore
"14.01.2017 10:35:52" Jeremy Corbyn speaks at the Fabian Society Watch Jeremy Corbyn live as he speaks at the Fabian Society
"14.01.2017 09:00:01" news.sky.com Trump will keep Russia sanctions for now The President-elect says he might lift the sanctions if Moscow helps the US in the battle against terror and other goals. Donald J. Trump has said he would keep sanctions against Russia in place "at least for a period of time", but that he might do away with them if Moscow proves helpful
"14.01.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Troops evacuate thousands amid flooding fears Gale-force winds and high tides mean parts of the east coast of England are "extremely dangerous". Hundreds of soldiers are helping evacuate thousands of people from their homes as Britain's coast prepares for severe flooding
"14.01.2017 08:00:01" news.sky.com PM urged to set out Brexit plan by mid-February A cross-party committee urges Theresa May to avoid a "cliff edge" departure and give MPS a vote on the final deal with the EU. Theresa May has warned GP surgeries to stay open longer and give patients appointments when they want them - or risk losing funding
"14.01.2017 07:30:01" news.sky.com Author of horror classic The Exorcist dies The novel sold 10 million copies and was adapted into an Oscar-winning film, grossing $400m (£325m). The man who wrote the The Exorcist - William Peter Blatty - has died aged 89
"14.01.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com It's over: Depp and Heard finalise bitter divorce Johnny Depp keeps his vintage car and motorbike collection, while Amber Heard gets custody of dogs Pistol and Boo. It's over: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's divorce has been finalised
"14.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com No plans to digitise Fisher in future Star Wars films Lucasfilm says there are no plans to digitally recreate the late Carrie Fisher in future episodes of the movie saga. The makers of Star Wars have dismissed rumours that Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia may live on
"14.01.2017 06:01:54" news.sky.com Corrie McKeague hunt: Police renew CCTV appeal Over 1,000 hours of footage has been seen, but there is still no sign of Mr McKeague more than three months after he disappeared. Police searching for missing RAF gunner Corrie Mckeague say some people seen on CCTV at the time of his disappearance have still not come forward
"13.01.2017 22:01:59" news.sky.com Corrie McKeague hunt: Police renew CCTV appeal Over 1,000 hours of footage has been seen, but there is still no sign of Mr McKeague more than three months after he disappeared. The appeal to help find missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague continues
"13.01.2017 20:55:42" news.sky.com Finally! China celebrates ballpoint breakthrough The world's largest manufacturer of ballpoint pens was previously unable to make one vital component - until now Hey presto! China has finally produced its own fully home-produced ballpoint pen after years of trying ✏️
"13.01.2017 20:20:00" news.sky.com Baby abducted 18 years ago found safe - police Police say the teenager had grown up thinking the kidnapper was her natural mother and have charged a 51-year old woman. A newborn girl abducted from a hospital 18 years ago by a woman posing as a nurse has been found alive
"13.01.2017 19:40:08" news.sky.com Trump blames 'sleazebags' for dossier The President-elect dismisses the dossier and Theresa May says the spy who wrote it hasn't worked for the Government for years. Who does Donald J. Trump blame the leaked dossier on?
"13.01.2017 18:57:32" news.sky.com James Corden joins female cast of Ocean's Eight The British talk show host will play an insurance investigator who grows suspicious of the plan to mount a large-scale robbery. James Corden will have a supporting role in Ocean's Eight, the female spin-off of hit heist movie Ocean's Eleven
"13.01.2017 18:00:00" news.sky.com Vandals trash family home with paint, shampoo and bleach The property, owned by a family-of-five in County Durham, was "completely" wrecked. Police say nothing was stolen and that they have "never seen anything like" the apparently motiveless break-in
"13.01.2017 17:31:16" news.sky.com Thousands urged to evacuate amid flood warnings People in Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire are being warned to leave their homes ahead of a "coastal surge". Extreme weather along England's east coast may put properties and people at risk
"13.01.2017 17:00:31" news.sky.com Trump's record-breaking £74m donation haul for inauguration "I can't imagine how they are going to spend that," says former inauguration chief of Donald Trump's £74m donations windfall. Donald J. Trump's inauguration committee has received enough money to pay for the event twice over ... and money is still flowing in
"13.01.2017 16:31:00" news.sky.com Woman dies after chemical incident at student house in Poole, Dorset A woman in her 30s was found in the property and neighbouring homes were evacuated as a precaution
"13.01.2017 16:00:00" Polar bear cub needs a name It's a boy! Meet the polar bear who needs a name
"13.01.2017 15:29:23" La La Land stars at London Premiere What made actress Emma Stone want to get involved with what's expected to be one of the biggest movies of the year?
"13.01.2017 14:56:33" news.sky.com New drug could revive death row prisoners The drug flumazenil could be used to abort an execution if doctors fear a lethal injection is ineffective and slow to take effect. A drug to reverse the effects of botched lethal injections?
"13.01.2017 13:54:20" news.sky.com Console fightback: Nintendo Switch aims to win Nintendo's new console Switch seeks to mend the Japanese firm's lost market share, after Wii U failed to win gamers' hearts. Nintendo has set a release date for its new console
"13.01.2017 13:01:48" news.sky.com Struggling shop was 'cheapest' supermarket Amid warnings of higher grocery bills to come, a price comparison study suggests it pays to shop around for popular goods. The worst-performing supermarket of 2016 was in fact offering shoppers some of the best value, a study has found
"13.01.2017 12:25:44" Flood warnings for the UK Around 100 flood warnings have been issued along England's east coast. In Skegness, there are fears gale-force winds could combine with high tide to create a storm surge. Sky's Frazer Maude is there and has been answering your questions.
"13.01.2017 12:03:26" Animals play in the snow Animals enjoying the snow in Oregon.
Turn up your sound for the sea lions near the end!
"13.01.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com Friday 13th: Why so superstitious? Sky News takes a look at why Friday 13th is seen as an unlucky day - and the unusual steps taken to avoid using '13' altogether. Do you have paraskavedekatriaphobia?
"13.01.2017 10:54:49" Weather warnings across the UK There are weather alerts for heavy rain, severe gales and snow across parts of the UK and flood warnings too. Sky News Weather presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar has been answering your questions.
"13.01.2017 10:30:00" news.sky.com Tristram Hunt quits as Labour MP Labour MP Tristram Hunt is quitting Parliament to become the new director of the Victoria and Albert Museum. A Labour MP is quitting to become director of the Victoria and Albert Museum
"13.01.2017 09:59:19" news.sky.com Evacuations begin amid risk of severe flooding Villagers are being warned there is a "high risk" their homes "could be flooded by sea water up to a depth of three metres". A village in Essex is being evacuated because of the extreme weather
"13.01.2017 08:32:00" news.sky.com Ex-British envoy to Russia: Trump dossier 'shaky' A former ambassador to Moscow casts doubts over elements of the report, as friends of the UK spy behind it leap to his defence. The Trump allegations "look pretty shaky", says a former British ambassador to Russia
"13.01.2017 08:10:28" news.sky.com Sky Views: How plausible is the Trump dossier? By John Sparks, Moscow Correspondent Sky Views: Trump dossier seems plausible, if unproven, writes our Moscow Correspondent
"13.01.2017 07:28:09" news.sky.com LIVE: Village to evacuate as UK braces for big freeze Thousands are being urged to leave an Essex village as severe weather warnings for snow, wind and ice are issued across the UK. Extreme weather: Follow the latest in our live blog
"13.01.2017 06:59:14" news.sky.com British Jews seek second passport after Brexit vote Britons are taking advantage of laws in Portugal and Spain granting citizenship to the descendants of Jews expelled centuries ago. How 15th century acts of persecution could allow British Jews to get Portuguese and Spanish passports post-Brexit
"13.01.2017 06:33:35" news.sky.com First-time house buyers 'reach 9-year high' Halifax says record low mortgage rates and high employment levels have helped first-time buyers, despite increasing costs. The number of first-time home-buyers has hit a nine-year high, but the average deposit is now £32,000, Halifax says
"13.01.2017 06:07:47" news.sky.com RAF man mystery: Family hope for breakthrough Military intelligence software has helped narrow down Corrie McKeague's disappearance to a few possible outcomes, his family say. Military intelligence grade software has been used in the search for missing RAF servicemen Corrie McKeague #findcorrie
"12.01.2017 20:55:26" The Pledge And the winner of #ThePledge's inaugural Straight Talker of the Week award is... Donald J. Trump!
See why Nick chose the US President-elect, and what the other panellists thought. Do you agree? Donald J. Trump has scooped The Pledge's inaugural Straight Talker of the Week award. Here's why...
"12.01.2017 20:41:36" The Pledge "When everyone's armed it just escalates levels of violence." Afua Hirsch makes the case for why British police shouldn't have guns #ThePledge Should British police officers be armed with guns? The latest debate on The Pledge.
"12.01.2017 20:30:45" The Pledge "We're not prepared to tax anybody to help them," says Greg Dyke, as #ThePledge panel discuss how poorer people could be helped under Theresa May's 'shared society' plans The Pledge panellists Greg and Michelle go head-to-head on Theresa May's 'shared society' plans
"12.01.2017 20:23:20" The Pledge Michelle Dewberry thinks Hull continues to get a kicking from people in the South for being the UK's City of Culture 2017 - do you agree? #ThePledge Do you think the North-South divide has been heightened by Brexit? #ThePledge
"12.01.2017 20:11:12" The Pledge As #ThePledge panel discuss the latest train strikes and how it affects the public, June and Afua look at the deeper issue of why rail staff are taking action. Do you agree? The Pledge panel debate the impact of the latest strikes on both rail users and workers - what do you think? #ThePledge
"12.01.2017 19:45:18" Graham Taylor: 1944-2017 "He was like a brother to me."
Former England manager Graham Taylor died aged 72 today. Elton John paid an emotional tribute.
"12.01.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com BAFTA awards in race row for 'so white' nods Officials at the British awards defend the choices, despite stars including Denzel Washington and Ruth Negga missing out. BAFTA is in the middle of a diversity row after snubbing black and ethnic minority actors and directors
"12.01.2017 18:00:00" news.sky.com Hillsborough: Files on 23 suspects go to CPS Families of the victims welcome the move and pledge to continue to scrutinise the process and any decisions. Hillsborough investigators have passed files relating to 23 suspects to the Crown Prosecution Service
"12.01.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Mattis: I support US troop presence in Baltics Donald Trump's nominee for defence secretary has said he agrees with a permanent US military presence in the Baltic states. Donald J. Trump's nominee for defence secretary has said he agrees with a permanent US military presence in the Baltic states
"12.01.2017 17:00:00" Why Trump is angry about allegations Why is the Donald so angry at the media?
"12.01.2017 16:30:00" news.sky.com Ben Affleck 'so happy' for award-winning brother The Batman star told Sky News he thinks his younger sibling Casey will also walk away with a BAFTA award. Ben Affleck has told Sky News he is delighted his younger brother Casey is being recognised this awards season
"12.01.2017 16:00:00" news.sky.com Flooding threat forces Essex village evacuation The village of Jaywick in Essex is to be evacuated due to potential flooding caused by rain and strong winds. The village of Jaywick in Essex is to be evacuated due to potential flooding caused by rain and strong winds
"12.01.2017 15:34:14" Weather warning Severe weather warnings across the UK. Snowfall has hit various parts of the UK and flights at Heathrow have been cancelled. Siobhan Robbins is in Saddleworth, Greater Manchester. Post your questions in the comment.
"12.01.2017 14:30:00" news.sky.com Woody Harrelson cast in new Star Wars spin-off The as yet untitled production will centre on the adventures of the young space pilot years before the original films. He's taken his first step into a larger world
"12.01.2017 14:00:00" news.sky.com Former England manager Graham Taylor dies Former England manager Graham Taylor, who also led clubs including Watford and Aston Villa, has died at the age of 72. Former England manager Graham Taylor has died aged 72
"12.01.2017 13:27:54" Inside an NHS 111 call centre The life of an NHS 111 call centre worker: Sky's Ian Woods is in Norwich where staff take your non-emergency medical calls. Post your questions in the comments.
"12.01.2017 13:08:27" The Pledge We have a new panellist to introduce to you for the start of 2017! And they are ready to join the debate. Find out who it is with June Sarpong, Afua Hirsch and Michelle Dewberry Introducing the newest member of The Pledge panel....
"12.01.2017 12:43:23" news.sky.com World first: UK tidal lagoon gets backing An independent review has backed plans to build the world's first tidal lagoon power station off the coast of south Wales. An independent review has backed plans to build the world's first tidal lagoon power station off the coast of south Wales
"12.01.2017 12:00:00" news.sky.com Father and six-year-old lost at sea found safe Alan Langdon and daughter Que travelled 1,240 miles after reportedly attempting a short journey along the coast in New Zealand. A man and his six-year-old daughter have been found safe after four weeks at sea
"12.01.2017 11:30:01" news.sky.com McCluskey 'wasting time on politics', says challenger Gerard Coyne launches his manifesto for general secretary of UNITE in a contest seen as a battle for the soul of the Labour Party. How the UNITE leadership battle could shape the future of The Labour Party
"12.01.2017 11:00:49" news.sky.com A&E units fail to hit waiting times, figures show Figures reveal the NHS has not hit its waiting times targets for dealing with patients in A&E departments for nearly 18 months. A&E units have failed to hit their four-hour waiting targets for 16 months in a row
"12.01.2017 10:30:00" news.sky.com Paris attacks: Two new suspects charged Two men have been charged on suspicion of providing fake documents to Paris attacker Khalid El Bakraoui, officials say. Two people have been charged in connection with the Paris attacks
"12.01.2017 10:00:00" news.sky.com Senate votes to draft Obamacare repeal bill The US Senate has voted in favour of drafting a bill to repeal the health insurance scheme known as Obamacare. These are the first steps to get rid of Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act or "Obamacare"
"12.01.2017 09:28:42" news.sky.com Michelle Obama's playful tribute to Barack Michelle Obama pens a funny thank you note to her "silver fox" husband, jokingly adding: "I'm angling for a good gift." "My very own silver fox": Michelle Obama writes to Barack Obama on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
"12.01.2017 08:59:43" news.sky.com M&S sales bounce back over Christmas period Marks & Spencer's clothing and home sales bounced back to post growth of 2.3% over the Christmas period after a long period of decline. Marks and Spencer clothing and home sales have grown for first time in nearly two years
"12.01.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Kim Jong-Un's sister on US sanctions list Kim Yo-Jong is one of seven North Koreans to be slapped with punitive measures over the country's human rights record. Kim Jong-Un's sister has been put on a US sanctions list over North Korea's human rights record
"12.01.2017 08:00:01" news.sky.com Pensioner 'angry' after 19-hour A&E ordeal Pat Mackintosh was suffering from a chest infection, but her condition worsened after a GP was unable to give her antibiotics. This woman's angry about the NHS after spending 19 hours in A&E over New Year
"12.01.2017 07:30:01" news.sky.com Stonehenge tunnel plans given the go-ahead Some campaigners say the roadbuilding project could irreparably damage the prehistoric monument. There's a plan to build a road tunnel under Stonehenge
"12.01.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Snow and sleet move in as temperatures dip The UK is warned to prepare for the year's first major snowfall, along with icy conditions and falling temperatures. "Blizzard-like conditions" and "heavy snow" for some areas of the UK
"12.01.2017 06:31:01" news.sky.com Sky Views: May weaponising NHS all by herself Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. "Theresa May is in a full-blown NHS crisis and she can't blame Labour for weaponising the health service" writes Beth Rigby Sky News in Sky Views
"12.01.2017 06:08:22" news.sky.com Ex-spy behind Trump dossier 'fears for life' A former MI6 officer reportedly packed his bags and fled his home as he was named as the author of the controversial document. A former MI6 officer fears for his life after being linked to the controversial dossier on Donald J. Trump
"11.01.2017 23:00:00" news.sky.com NATO allies 'right to be alarmed' at Russia Donald Trump's nominee for Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, is being questioned by senators at his confirmation hearing. Donald Trump's nominee for Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, says NATO allies have a "right to be alarmed" at Russia
"11.01.2017 22:30:01" news.sky.com Cannes to stage international TV festival As television pulls more A-listers to the small screen, Cannes reveals it is planning a TV version of its acclaimed festival. Cannes is planning to launch an international festival exclusively dedicated to TV drama in 2018
"11.01.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com NHS pressure: A day in the life of a paramedic Sky News spends a day with a paramedic to witness first-hand the amount of work that comes with an ageing population. Follow a day in the life of a paramedic
"11.01.2017 21:48:15" news.sky.com Trump's sons to take 'total' control of empire Don Jr and Eric will take the helm of the tycoon's business, while daughter Ivanka will quit her role and move to Washington. Donald J. Trump says he has signed documents to give "complete and total" control of his business empire to his adult sons
"11.01.2017 17:35:53" news.sky.com President-elect Donald Trump questions if spies leaked explosive dossier He says if intelligence agencies leaked an unverified document it would be a "tremendous blot on their record"
"11.01.2017 15:56:54" Donald Trump News Conference Donald J. Trump is holding his first full news conference as President-elect - watch it here live
"11.01.2017 15:35:36" Thousands without power as strong winds hit UK Gale force winds have brought power cuts and caused travel problems in parts of the North of England and Scotland. Sky's Nick Martin is live in Merseyside. Post your questions in the comments below.
"11.01.2017 14:33:54" news.sky.com Star Wars inspires name for new gibbon species found in China It's been named after Luke Skywalker because the scientists are big fans of the franchise
"11.01.2017 14:00:00" news.sky.com PM plays down NHS crisis as a 'small number of incidents' Theresa May drew jeers from MPs as she attempted to play down the crisis facing the NHS
"11.01.2017 13:30:01" news.sky.com 'She only makes the tea': worst excuses for not paying minimum wage A drive to raise awareness of pay rate rules has disclosed some bizarre reasons given by employers for breaking the rules. Other excuses from bosses included the employee "wasn't a good worker" or that they wasn't British
"11.01.2017 13:20:43" We're live with South Central ambulance service Senior doctors have warned that patients' lives are being put at risk as pressures grows on health and social care funding. Sky's Rebecca Williams has been on an emergency call with the South Central ambulance service in Slough.
"11.01.2017 13:00:00" news.sky.com Riders stranded as rollercoaster breaks down at Warner Bros Movie World Movie World says a "mechanical issue" caused the fault on the ride, which was cleared after a fatal accident at nearby Dreamworld. 20 people were left stranded 65 feet off the ground at a theme park on Australia's Gold Coast
"11.01.2017 12:01:30" The first PMQs of 2017 Watch the first PMQs of 2017 as Theresa May takes questions from MPs in the House of Commons
"11.01.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com Nurse sobs as no bed found for 99 year old Nurses tell of struggles on the frontline as they struggle to find beds for patients who are waiting up to 23 hours in corridors. A nurse went home and cried because she couldn't find a hospital bed for a 99-year-old
"11.01.2017 11:01:00" news.sky.com Thousands left without power as winds of up to 93mph batter UK Severe weather warnings are in place as gale force winds blow over a lorry on the Forth Road Bridge and knock out power to homes. Severe weather warnings of wind and snow are in place for Scotland, the North of England and Northern Ireland
"11.01.2017 10:15:00" news.sky.com The veiled messages in Obama's 'farewell' speech The outgoing president ends his speech with a similar campaign echo of how his historic White House journey began: "Yes we can." What Barack Obama did and didn't say in his farewell speech
"11.01.2017 09:42:25" news.sky.com Sainsbury's given Argos Black Friday boost Britain's second biggest supermarket enjoyed a record Christmas, as Lidl says sales of prosecco and lobster gave it a boost. How Sainsbury's, Lidl and Aldi performed over Christmas
"11.01.2017 09:11:44" Four-year-old guardsman on the march The four-year-old boy who wants to be a guardsman had a march in our studio with Kay Burley
"11.01.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com VW set to pay $4.3bn over diesel scandal VW executives will meet to approve the deal which adds to a $15bn payment already agreed with US environmental bodies and drivers. The diesel emissions scandal is costing VW $4.3bn (£3.5bn) in the US
"11.01.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com NHS crisis: 'Patients' lives being put at risk' The Opposition will also reiterate its support for a four-hour waiting target in A&E, and call for extra social care funding. NHS crisis: Patients' lives are being put at risk, senior doctors say
"11.01.2017 07:00:47" Obama's farewell: "Yes we did" "Yes we can. Yes we did." Barack Obama's farewell in 90 seconds
"11.01.2017 06:36:17" news.sky.com Claims of Russian plot to compromise Trump Spy chiefs brief the President-elect on allegations that Russia has embarrassing personal and financial information about him. Donald J. Trump says claims that Russia has obtained embarrassing personal information about him are false
"11.01.2017 06:09:03" news.sky.com Sky Views: Uber may not be around much longer By Tom Cheshire, Technology Correspondent Uber might not be around much longer, writes our Technology Correspondent Tom Cheshire in Sky Views
"11.01.2017 03:58:51" news.sky.com Claims of Russian plot to compromise Trump Spy chiefs brief the President-elect on allegations that Russia has embarrassing personal and financial information about him. A classified report presented to Donald Trump included allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information on him, US officials have confirmed.
"10.01.2017 22:30:00" news.sky.com Spy chief: Russia could plant child porn on PCs National Intelligence Director James Clapper tells a Senate hearing several sources show Russia has been hacking US computers. The US's spy chief says he would not put it past Russia to plant child pornography on Americans' computers
"10.01.2017 22:04:44" news.sky.com Church shooter Dylann Roof sentenced to death Dylann Roof, who shot dead nine black churchgoers who had invited him in to worship with them, has been sentenced to death. Dylann Roof becomes the first person in the US to be given the federal death penalty for hate crimes
"10.01.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com US tests 'swarm' of 'self-healing' drones The drones show "advanced swarm behaviors such as collective decision-making (and) adaptive formation flying", the Pentagon says. The United States has tested a "swarm" of micro-drones
"10.01.2017 21:30:12" news.sky.com Migrants fear death in freezing conditions The Serbian government says it can only provide accommodation for around 6,000 migrants, but 1,000 more are now sleeping rough. Thousands of migrants fear death as temperatures reach -20C
"10.01.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com 'Hundreds of roles to go' as Post Office branches downgraded, says union The Communication Workers Union says the plan "sticks two fingers up" to those who took part in a recent Government consultation. Post Office confirms plans to transfer a further 37 further Crown offices to franchisees
"10.01.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com FTSE 100 in record-setting winning streak The FTSE 100 achieves its longest winning streak of nine consecutive record highs - due to the weakness of the pound. A lacklustre performance for the pound has boosted the FTSE 100's fortunes
"10.01.2017 19:44:00" news.sky.com Trump's Attorney General nominee denies Ku Klux Klan support Jeff Sessions uses his opening statement to reinforce his track record in supporting civil rights cases amid pointed hat protests. Jeff Sessions said "I abhor the Klan ... and its hateful ideology"
"10.01.2017 19:06:26" news.sky.com Reporter who broke news of start of WWII dies The Daily Telegraph journalist saw hundreds of German tanks preparing to roll into Poland in August 1939. Clare Hollingworth was three days into her first journalism job when she got the "scoop of the century"
"10.01.2017 18:08:27" news.sky.com Church and Ferguson refuse 'tyrant' Trump's inauguration invitation Charlotte Church says a "simple internet search" would have made her feelings clear about the President-elect
"10.01.2017 17:42:44" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher's death confirmed as heart attack The Star Wars actress and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, who died just a day later, had a joint memorial service. Her death certificate says more investigation is needed to determine the underlying cause
"10.01.2017 16:47:38" Coldstream Guards wannabe meets Kay Burley Remember this little guy? The 4-year-old Coldstream Guards wannabe went viral when he saluted a Guardsman outside Windsor Castle. He's been speaking to Sky's Kay Burley
"10.01.2017 16:33:28" Income gap narrows between rich and poor households Income inequality fell last year as Government benefits and direct taxes helped narrow the gap between Britain's richest and poorest households. Sky's Economics Editor Ed Conway is here to explain. Post your questions in the comments below.
"10.01.2017 15:29:15" Team Sky boss expresses confidence in his team The head of Team Sky -- Sir Dave Brailsford -- says he's "confident of no wrongdoing" by his team over the contents of a package delivered to Sir Bradley Wiggins in France in 2011. Sky's Paul Kelso is is Majorca. Post your questions in the comments below.
"10.01.2017 15:21:06" news.sky.com Corbyn calls for cap on 'grotesque' salaries The Labour leader tells Sky News footballers' "telephone number" pay levels are "obscene" and a national cap should be introduced. Jeremy Corbyn has said there should be a national cap on higher earnings to clamp down on "grotesque" footballer and fat cat salaries
"10.01.2017 14:28:22" news.sky.com 'Thundersnow' could hit UK in Arctic blast Rain from thunderstorms could fall as snow as freezing air from Canada brings an icy chill to many parts of the country. 'Thundersnow' and blizzards could hit parts of the UK
"10.01.2017 13:26:13" news.sky.com Boy, nine, to Southern rail: I want 'a normal life' The nine-year-old says schoolchildren are better negotiators and urges the firm to resolve the dispute so he can see his parents. Little boy to Southern Rail: "Sort" the train strikes so I can see my parents
"10.01.2017 12:39:23" Freezing weather across Europe At least 33 people have died as sub-zero temperatures hit Europe. Huge parts of the continent have been hit by freezing weather. Sky's Lisa Holland was live from Belgrade, Serbia. Post questions in the comments.
"10.01.2017 12:30:01" news.sky.com FIFA to expand World Cup to 48 countries An additional 16 countries will qualify for the tournament, with the group stage comprising 16 groups of three nations. The FIFA World Cup is going from 32 to 48 teams
"10.01.2017 11:13:40" Europe gripped by polar weather Europe has been gripped by freezing weather that has caused death and disruption across the continent. An Arctic blast is due to hit the UK this week. Sky's Nazaneen Ghaffar is live with a weather round-up
"10.01.2017 10:30:02" news.sky.com 'Weekend warriors' enjoy a longer life Scientists say being active for short periods brings life-prolonging health benefits, even to those who only exercise once a week. Good news if you only get the chance to exercise once a week
"10.01.2017 10:06:00" news.sky.com M1 motorway closed after body found in the road Motorists are being advised to seek alternative routes and diversions are in place following the discovery. A stretch of the M1 has been closed after a body was found in the road
"10.01.2017 09:33:58" Southern Rail Strike No trains running? Get a bus instead. Southern Rail staff are striking forcing people to try other means of transport. Sky News' Joe Tidy was live on a National Express bus with commuters - post your questions in the comments.
"10.01.2017 09:30:01" news.sky.com La La Land leads BAFTA nominations La La Land is quick-stepping into the awards season, gaining 11 nominations for this year's British Academy Film Awards. La La Land has 11 BAFTA nominations
"10.01.2017 09:00:00" news.sky.com Morrisons in best sales rise for seven years Shares rose 4% after the better than expected figures for Britain's fourth biggest supermarket chain over the festive period. Morrisons has had its best sales figures for seven years
"10.01.2017 08:30:14" BAFTA nominations BAFTA nominations for 2017. Want to know who's in the running for an award? Katie Spencer is our Arts and Entertainment Correspondent - post any questions you have in the comments.
"10.01.2017 08:00:01" news.sky.com Snapchat to make UK main base outside the US Snap, the owner of Snapchat, has confirmed it will make the UK its main hub outside the US. The owner of Snapchat is making the UK its main base outside the US
"10.01.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: When the air is not safe to breath By Katie Stallard, Asia Correspondent "When it's like this, it's not safe for children to play outside": Our Asia Correspondent Katie Stallard - Sky News writes about China's air quality in Sky Views
"10.01.2017 07:32:00" news.sky.com UK 'first in line for great trade deal' with US An optimistic Boris Johnson says it will be a "very exciting year" for both countries after talks with the President-elect's team. Boris Johnson claims the UK is "first in line" for a great trade deal with the US
"10.01.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com Donald Trump gives son-in-law government job The businessman could face problems due to a ban on presidents appointing family members and potential conflicts of interest. Donald J. Trump has made his son-in-law a senior adviser
"10.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Smoking to kill 8m people a year by 2030 The World Health Organisation says governments must do more to curb tobacco use, as it costs the global economy £820bn a year. Smoking will kill 8m people a year by 2030
"10.01.2017 06:01:58" news.sky.com Kardashian's chauffeur held over Paris robbery A source says authorities are trying to establish whether the driver passed on information to the gang who raided her apartment. Kim Kardashian West's chauffeur has been arrested over her robbery in Paris
"09.01.2017 23:00:00" news.sky.com Man crawls along Devon coast after breaking leg in fall The 54-year-old, from near Derby slipped on rocks near Seatown, east of Lyme Regis, on Saturday. Tim Robinson dragged himself for three quarters of a mile before being found
"09.01.2017 22:30:00" news.sky.com Moon created when 'about 20 moonlets collided' Scientists in Israel say the theory explains why the moon contains only material from Earth and not outer space. New theory suggesting how our moon was made
"09.01.2017 22:04:50" news.sky.com Boris Johnson says UK 'first in line' for US trade deal The Foreign Secretary has been meeting Donald Trump's senior advisers for talks in Washington
"09.01.2017 21:11:49" news.sky.com Four-hour A&E waiting time pledge 'only for urgent cases' The Health Secretary says 30% of people using A&E do not need emergency care. Jeremy Hunt says there needs to be an "honest discussion" with the public about the purpose of A&E departments
"09.01.2017 20:14:42" UK lorry driver raises funds for terror attack victim UK lorry driver thanked for raising thousands for the family of the Polish driver killed in the Berlin Christmas market attack
"09.01.2017 18:59:28" news.sky.com Tesco axing 500 jobs in distribution centre shake-up The UK's largest retailer plans to close two of its 25 UK distribution centres as it moves to "simplify" the network. It's closing two of its distribution centres - Welham Green in Hertfordshire and Chesterfield
"09.01.2017 18:30:00" Martin McGuinness resigns Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness resigns, signalling the end of the power-sharing administration
"09.01.2017 18:05:45" news.sky.com 'Where's Wally' fugitive hands himself in to police live on Facebook JJ Mcmenamin posted a picture of himself as the cartoon character as officers pursued him over alleged driving offences. JJ McMenamin was wanted in connection with alleged driving offences
"09.01.2017 17:02:06" London Underground chaos Were you caught up in London travel chaos this morning? 24-hour strikes on the London Underground crippled the transport system.
"09.01.2017 15:49:35" news.sky.com Northern Ireland's Martin McGuinness to resign as Deputy First Minister He's resigning in protest at a botched renewable energy scheme. It signals an end to the 10-year, power-sharing government, plunging Northern Ireland into uncharted territory
"09.01.2017 15:01:18" news.sky.com Will you be hit by snow this week? Forecasters it will start to feel a lot chillier by the end of the week, with most areas of the UK set to be hit by sleet or snow. An arctic blast is expected to hit the UK later this week
"09.01.2017 14:29:33" news.sky.com UK Drivers seek millions from Volkswagen over emissions scandal Drivers are seeking £3-4,000 per vehicle from the German carmaker over the scandal in the first case of its kind in the UK. Around 10,000 VW drivers in the UK sign up to legal action against the German carmaker
"09.01.2017 13:26:31" news.sky.com TV commands Amazon Echo to buy doll's houses Viewers say a presenter's comments about an erroneous purchase were picked up by their gadgets, triggering even more orders. When your voice-activated gadget hears the TV and starts ordering doll's houses
"09.01.2017 12:13:02" news.sky.com Health Secretary to make NHS crisis statement Jeremy Hunt is told to "get a grip" on the crisis facing the NHS and come up with a plan to save the health service. NHS emergency care is "patchy" and has "fallen over in places", the Health Secretary has admitted
"09.01.2017 11:30:23" news.sky.com London Tube strike: Chaos as Clapham Junction evacuated due to overcrowding The walkout leads to "Mad Max-style" scenes on buses as overcrowding forces one of the UK's busiest stations to be evacuated. People in London have faced travel chaos during a Tube strike
"09.01.2017 10:52:31" 24-hour Tube strike in London A 24-hour Tube strike is causing major disruption in London. Staff from two unions have walked out over ticket office closures. Sky's Enda Brady was at King's Cross station.
"09.01.2017 09:30:59" news.sky.com Meryl Streep attacks Trump at Golden Globes The actress says she "still can't get it out my head" that a person so powerful and influential would do such a thing. Meryl Streep says Donald J. Trump's mocking of a disabled reporter "kind of broke my heart"
"09.01.2017 09:00:01" news.sky.com UK to stay home of Rolls-Royce after sales jump The car maker's chief executive says a jump in worldwide sales proves there is still appetite for Britain's luxury brands. Rolls-Royce has promised to keep its roots in Britain
"09.01.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Johnson meets Donald Trump's team in US trip The man who said he wouldn't go to New York due to a "real risk of meeting Donald Trump" has met the President-elect's team. Boris Johnson has met senior members of Donald J. Trump's team in New York
"09.01.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com Kim Kardashian robbery in Paris: 15 arrests Fifteen people have been arrested in connection with the robbery of Kim Kardashian in Paris in October, according to reports. Sixteen people have been arrested in connection with the robbery of Kim Kardashian West in Paris, reports say
"09.01.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Police to be consulted on being routinely armed Polling suggests public support for arming the police following terror attacks, but the Met says it does not support the move. London police are being asked if they want to be armed with guns and Tasers
"09.01.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Young people living in fear of the future - study Research by The Prince's Trust reveals one in four young people do not feel in control and political events are causing anxiety. Global events, politics and life in general: Young people's fears of the future
"09.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: FA and World Cups face uncertain future By Paul Kelso, Sports Correspondent Why the FA Cup and the World Cup could be in trouble. Our Sports Correspondent Paul Kelso writes in Sky Views
"09.01.2017 06:02:32" news.sky.com More deaths after freezing weather in Europe As severe conditions on the continent continue, there is a warning that most of Britain could see snow by the end of the week. Freezing weather has led to eight deaths in Europe
"09.01.2017 04:51:09" news.sky.com British actors win early Golden Globes Two British actors are among the early winners at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills. British actors are among the early winners at a Golden Globes ceremony that mixes celebration with anti-Trump feeling.
"09.01.2017 04:50:35" news.sky.com 10 years since Apple's iPhone was unveiled The device has changed how millions of people live their lives and turned Apple into the world's most valuable company. It's 10 years since Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone
"08.01.2017 19:17:17" news.sky.com London Tube warning as 24-hour strike begins London Underground passengers are being warned of a "severely reduced" service after Tube staff began a 24-hour strike. London Underground passengers are being warned of a "severely reduced" service after Tube staff began a 24-hour strike.
"08.01.2017 19:15:02" news.sky.com Dev Patel cautious on Golden Globe chances The former Slumdog Millionaire star tells Sky News of the difficulty he faced in finding the right roles after the hit movie. Dev Patel says post-Slumdog Millionaire struggle made him a "wiser performer"
"08.01.2017 18:35:00" news.sky.com May denies 'humanitarian crisis' in the NHS The PM responds to Red Cross claims the health service feels likes it is in crisis because staff are not getting help they need. The Prime Minister has told Sky News she does not accept there is a "humanitarian crisis" in the NHS
"08.01.2017 18:26:28" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Miss the first episode of Sophy Ridge On Sunday earlier? Here's some of the best bits. #Ridge
"08.01.2017 17:45:00" news.sky.com Snow causes crashes and power cuts in the US Up to 30cm of snow falls in parts of the US, creating dangerous travel conditions amid warnings that there may be more to come. Snow and sleet have pounded large parts of the US, causing hundreds of crashes and leaving thousands of homes without power
"08.01.2017 16:52:01" news.sky.com Once-banned Mein Kampf becomes best-seller A new critical edition of Mein Kampf has been welcomed by those who say it is a valuable warning in the current political climate. A year after it returned to Germany, Adolf Hitler's autobiography has become a best-seller
"08.01.2017 16:19:59" news.sky.com Monster black holes lurking in nearby galaxies The black holes were discovered behind clouds of gas in two nearby galaxies, the closest of which is 38 million light years away. Astronomers claim that monster black holes may be lurking behind 'smokescreens' in our cosmic backyard
"08.01.2017 15:36:35" news.sky.com 'Smog police' to clampdown on Beijing pollution Coal consumption is to be cut and 300,000 high-pollution cars will be banned from the city centre to try and combat the problem. A new squad of environmental police has been set up to battle the heavy smog polluting the Chinese capital, Beijing
"08.01.2017 14:49:30" news.sky.com Queen at church for first time since illness The Queen has arrived at church in Sandringham, the first time she has been seen in public since falling ill before Christmas. The Queen attended church in Sandringham, the first time she has been seen in public since falling ill before Christmas
"08.01.2017 13:59:00" Israel lorry attack Four people have died as a lorry rammed into a group of Israeli soldiers as they got off a bus in Jerusalem. Sky News' Alex Rossi was live from the scene where Benjamin Netanyahu has just arrived - post any questions you have in the comments.
"08.01.2017 13:11:22" news.sky.com Lorry rams pedestrians in Jerusalem Police are treating the incident as a "possible terrorist attack" which also left at least 15 people injured. Four people have died as a lorry rammed into a group of Israeli soldiers as they got off a bus in Jerusalem
"08.01.2017 12:00:34" Sophy Ridge on Sunday The first episode of Sophy Ridge On Sunday is over! What was your favourite part of the show? Sophy is live now taking your questions . Post them in the comments below. Leave your questions in the comments section. #Ridge
"08.01.2017 11:49:05" Sophy Ridge on Sunday This is what happened when we spoke to Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson. He told us that it was "unfair" to ask him what his party's stance is on immigration until Theresa May outlined her Brexit position. What do you think about his response? #Ridge
"08.01.2017 11:18:24" news.sky.com May: Trump's remarks on women 'unacceptable' Theresa May has said Donald Trump's obscene remarks about women were "unacceptable", ahead of a meeting with him next month. Theresa May has said Donald Trump's obscene remarks about women were "unacceptable" in her first TV interview of 2017 on Sophy Ridge on Sunday
"08.01.2017 10:41:14" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Watch live: PM Theresa May on Sophy Ridge on Sunday. #Ridge
"08.01.2017 09:37:34" news.sky.com Israeli apology after talk of 'taking down' minister An Israeli official talks of "taking down" a UK minister but another person involved says the words were "tongue-in-cheek". Israel's ambassador to the UK has apologised after an embassy official was recorded discussing how to "take down" a UK Foreign Office minister
"08.01.2017 08:47:48" news.sky.com Briton among five dead at Florida airport Olga Woltering, originally from Ipswich, is revealed to be one of the victims, as a man is charged with the shooting. A British great-grandmother was one of five people shot dead at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
"08.01.2017 08:00:07" news.sky.com Theresa May to outline 'shared society' values The PM will deliver a speech to the Charity Commission on Monday, a day after her first TV interview of the year to Sky News. Prime Minister Theresa May's first interview of 2017 will be on Sophy Ridge on Sunday on Sky News at 10am.
"08.01.2017 01:50:20" news.sky.com May to outline 'shared society' values The PM will deliver a speech to the Charity Commission on Monday, a day after her first TV interview of the year to Sky News. Theresa May will set our her vision to reduce social inequality today when she gives her first broadcast interview of the year to Sophy Ridge on Sunday on Sky News.
"07.01.2017 20:00:01" news.sky.com Wayne Rooney equals Manchester United goal record The striker scored the landmark goal in the seventh minute of his 543rd United appearance after three games away due to injury. Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time Manchester United scoring record after notching his 249th goal
"07.01.2017 19:15:00" news.sky.com Former EU envoy resigns from civil service No 10 says Sir Ivan Rogers "did not seek any further civil service appointment" after abruptly standing down as EU ambassador. Sir Ivan Rogers has resigned from the civil service, days after standing down as Britain's ambassador to the EU
"07.01.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher laid to rest in Prozac pill urn The brother of the Star Wars actress says the ornament - a nod to her battle with depression - was her "favourite possession". Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher has been laid to rest alongside her mother Debbie Reynolds
"07.01.2017 17:40:00" news.sky.com Bombing kills dozens in rebel-held Syrian town The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the blast was caused by a rigged fuel tanker and severely injured dozens of people. At least 43 people have been killed after a bomb blast in a rebel-held town in northwest Syria
"07.01.2017 17:00:00" Robot cats to help fight Alzheimer's These robotic cats are designed to soothe the suffering of people with Alzheimer's and dementia
"07.01.2017 16:31:22" Theresa May on Sophy Ridge on Sunday Prime Minister Theresa May's first interview of 2017: Watch live on the first episode of Sophy #Ridge On Sunday, tomorrow at 10am on Sky News
"07.01.2017 16:03:27" news.sky.com Alec Baldwin mocks Trump with Russian cap The actor, who previously impersonated the President-elect in a Saturday Night Live sketch, is now mocking him on Instagram. Alec Baldwin gave Donald J. Trump's red baseball cap a Russian twist
"07.01.2017 15:24:51" London underground strikes Talks to avert a strike on the London Underground have broken down, with a 24-hour walkout now expected to go ahead. Have any questions? Sky News' Adele Robinson was live.
"07.01.2017 14:52:28" news.sky.com Pothole 'tipping point' looms as bill spirals Councils say budget cuts mean they are trapped in a "frustrating cycle" as they are only able to "patch up" roads. The country is approaching "a tipping point" in tackling the blight of potholes with the repair bill set to soar to £14bn
"07.01.2017 13:50:00" news.sky.com California 'in a state of panic' as storms set in Parts of the state are expected to be hit by up to eight feet of snow and a foot of rain, prompting fears of mudslides. The threat of heavy downpours and up to eight feet of snow has left residents in California "in a state of panic"
"07.01.2017 13:19:03" news.sky.com UK scraps funding for 'Ethiopia's Spice Girls' British taxpayers' money will no longer be used to fund an Ethiopian pop group following a chorus of criticism. Viva forever? Not for the 'Ethiopian Spice Girls'
"07.01.2017 12:19:05" Trump versus US intelligence services Donald J. Trump hasn't been shy with criticism of US intelligence services over alleged Russian hacking
"07.01.2017 11:10:05" Fort Lauderdale airport shooting Survivors of the Fort Lauderdale shooting that killed five people give their accounts of the panic in the airport
"07.01.2017 09:54:51" news.sky.com Red Cross called in to help desperate NHS The charity's boss describes the situation in Britain's emergency healthcare system as a "humanitarian crisis". The NHS is increasingly relying on support from Red Cross relief workers
"07.01.2017 08:49:24" news.sky.com Five people killed in shooting at US airport Eight others were hurt in the attack at Fort Lauderdale airport and officials say the shooter was carrying the gun in his luggage. A US army veteran who said the government was controlling his mind has shot dead five people at an airport in Florida
"07.01.2017 07:58:57" news.sky.com Putin 'ordered campaign of influence' in US election The Russian leader and his government "aspired to help" Donald Trump's chances by discrediting Hillary Clinton, a report claims. Vladimir Putin and his government "aspired to help" Donald J. Trump in the US election
"06.01.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com Woman missing £7m gold after Hatton Garden raid The claim would mean a total of £21m of gold, diamonds and other jewellery were taken in the London heist. A woman has realised £7m of her gold is missing almost two years after the #HattonGarden jewellery raid in London
"06.01.2017 21:30:00" news.sky.com Five people killed in shooting at US airport Eight others were hurt in the attack at Fort Lauderdale airport and officials say the shooter was carrying the gun in his luggage. Five people have been killed in a shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport
"06.01.2017 21:10:55" news.sky.com Putin 'ordered campaign of influence' in US election Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the US presidential election, according to a report by American spy chiefs. Vladimir Putin ordered Russian hackers to interfere in the US election, American spy chiefs say
"06.01.2017 19:45:00" news.sky.com Best vinyl cover of 2016 revealed Now in its 11th year, the prize awarded the best artwork cover out of 50 vinyl LPs released in 2016. The Last Shadow Puppets have won Best Art Vinyl of 2016
"06.01.2017 19:15:00" news.sky.com Infamous Seaworld killer whale Tilikum dies Tilikum, an orca that killed a trainer at Seaworld Orlando in 2010 and was the subject of a controversial documentary, has died. Blackfish: Tilikum, the killer whale has died at Seaworld
"06.01.2017 18:45:00" news.sky.com Schwarzenegger hits back over Trump ratings rant The President-elect called himself a "ratings machine" and criticised the Austrian star for failing to compare. Arnold Schwarzenegger v Donald J. Trump
"06.01.2017 18:15:00" Michelle Obama: "Honour" being First Lady The "greatest honour": Michelle Obama's last official speech as First Lady
"06.01.2017 17:37:02" Sophy Ridge on Sunday preview Sophy Ridge's new show starts on Sunday at 10am. She's preparing to interview the Prime Minister this weekend and wants to know what you'd ask Theresa May. Post your questions in the comments below. #Ridge Sophy Ridge on Sunday
"06.01.2017 16:59:55" news.sky.com Giant Antarctic iceberg 'hanging by a thread' Researchers are predicting the enormous chunk of ice will raise global sea levels by 10cm when it caves away. An iceberg roughly a quarter of the size of Wales is about to break off from Antarctica
"06.01.2017 15:48:50" Woman missing £7m gold after Hatton Garden raid The value of goods stolen in the £14 million Hatton Garden raid has reportedly increased by a further £7 million after a new victim came forward. Sky's Martin Brunt has been answering some of your questions about the development.
"06.01.2017 15:00:00" Dog rescued from frozen river Sam the stranded labradoodle is rescued from a frozen river in Iowa
"06.01.2017 14:30:00" news.sky.com Girl, 15, dies after severe allergic reaction to takeaway food The teenager died in hospital two days after eating food from a takeaway near her home in Lancashire. Megan Lee's death is being investigated by Lancashire police
"06.01.2017 14:01:57" The Great British pyjama debate Should people shop in their pyjamas? Today's #SkyDebate was a fiery one between comedian Kate Smurthwaite and etiquette coach William Hanson
"06.01.2017 13:30:00" news.sky.com Woman mistakenly prayed to Lord of the Rings elf The woman's granddaughter grew suspicious of the three-inch "saint" figure's attire and realised the error after an online search. A Brazilian grandmother has been praying to a Lord of the Rings figurine by mistake
"06.01.2017 13:00:00" news.sky.com Frozen director confirms theory about Tarzan link Frozen fans have long speculated on a theory rooted deep in the African jungle - now its director has confirmed suspicions. It looks like Disney characters Elsa and Anna from Frozen and Tarzan are siblings
"06.01.2017 12:30:01" news.sky.com Paul Gascoigne in rehab to stay alcohol free for 2017 People are asked to pray for Paul Gascoigne, who has entered rehab just over a week after suffering a fractured skull. Gazza's spokesman says the star wants to "get free of his demons"
"06.01.2017 12:00:00" news.sky.com BA sees no disruption from strike on horizon The airline plans to merge a few Heathrow flights but says customers should not be affected by next week's walkout by some crew. British Airways has said customers should not be affected by next week's walkout by some staff
"06.01.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com Acclaimed Indian actor Om Puri dies aged 66 Puri was famous for his role as 'George' Khan in East Is East, as well as Hollywood films including Wolf and Charlie Wilson's War. Acclaimed Indian actor Om Puri, who starred in British hit comedy East is East, has died aged 66
"06.01.2017 11:01:30" news.sky.com Jamie Oliver restaurants endure Brexit pain Six of the celebrity chef's Italian eateries are to shut as Brexit-linked costs combine with tough trading. Six of Jamie Oliver's Italian restaurants are to close across the country
"06.01.2017 09:30:00" news.sky.com Russia 'full-scope cyber actor': US spy chiefs Russia is a "full-scope cyber actor" that poses a major threat to America's government and its infrastructure, say US spy chiefs. "Grow up Donald, grow up, time to be an adult, you're president," US Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview
"06.01.2017 09:06:00" news.sky.com Stalkers to face tougher penalties One in five women and one in 10 men will be affected by stalking and campaigners say the punishment must fit the crime. The top jail term for stalking is to be doubled from five to 10 years
"06.01.2017 08:30:00" Nation Divided: the debate in 90 seconds Optimism post-Brexit and can Britain be a success outside of the EU - some of the issues our Nation Divided panel debated
"06.01.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com Stars mourn Fisher and Reynolds at memorial Meg Ryan, Meryl Streep and Stephen Fry are among 125 guests at an intimate memorial for the two actresses. Meryl Streep, Gwyneth Paltrow and George Lucas attended the memorial for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
"06.01.2017 07:30:00" Egg-cellent discovery on German beach An egg-cellent discovery was made on a beach on the German island of Langeoog
"06.01.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com BoE economist says Brexit criticism a 'fair cop' Andy Haldane takes a step back from gloomy forecasts for a post-Brexit economy, likening them to a "Michael Fish" moment. The Bank of England's chief economist has likened its gloomy forecasts for a post-Brexit economy to a "Michael Fish" moment
"06.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Russia 'full-scope cyber actor': US spy chiefs Russia is a "full-scope cyber actor" that poses a major threat to America's government and its infrastructure, say US spy chiefs. America's top intelligence official has pledged to go public with the motives for Russia's alleged hacking of the US election
"06.01.2017 05:45:00" news.sky.com 'Stop ignoring us Tracey': Cops' Twitter letter Officers in Kingston say they believe suspected burglar Tracey Dyke was "blanking" them and they want to talk to her. "Please stop ignoring us Tracey," police in Kingston, southwest London, tweeted about a burglary suspect
"05.01.2017 21:00:01" news.sky.com Norway to switch off FM radio in world first Critics say the Scandinavian country is on a different wavelength to the millions of Norwegians who do not own a digital radio. Ready for digital? Norway is going to switch off FM radio
"05.01.2017 20:30:01" news.sky.com China orders removal of New York Times app The tech giant says Chinese officials ordered that the app be pulled because it was in "violation of local regulations." The New York Times has been removed from the App Store in China
"05.01.2017 20:00:01" news.sky.com Berlin market killer Anis Amri used 14 aliases Anis Amri was on a watchlist but police found no evidence of plans for an attack that would stand up in court, says an official. The Berlin Christmas market attacker had at least 14 different identities
"05.01.2017 19:30:01" news.sky.com Chris Brown and Soulja Boy to fight in Vegas The two rappers have been embroiled in an online spat for the last week and have now announced a $1m boxing match to settle it. Chris Brown and Soulja Boy are going to fight in Vegas
"05.01.2017 19:03:29" news.sky.com Bafta announces Rising Star shortlist Britain's Tom Holland - AKA Spider-Man - is among the five contenders to be named film's Rising Star at the 2017 Bafta awards. The actors named as rising stars by BAFTA
"05.01.2017 18:00:37" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Prime Minister Theresa May's first interview of 2017: Watch live on #Ridge this Sunday at 10am on Sky News with Sophy Ridge Theresa May's first interview of 2017: Watch live on Sophy Ridge on Sunday this Sunday at 10am with Sophy Ridge
"05.01.2017 17:06:52" CES tech show highlights Jeans that can give you directions and a hairbrush that detects damaged hair are among the products being shown at the world's biggest gadget exhibition - the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Sky's Greg Milam is there and has been answering your
"05.01.2017 16:22:56" news.sky.com Ealing vicarage rape victim Jill Saward dies aged 51 The vicar's daughter became the first rape victim to waive her anonymity to speak about a sexual assault
"05.01.2017 15:12:17" Car cost warning fuels 2017 price rise gloom Consumers are being warned to expect higher prices this year as the low value of the pound makes cars, clothes and food more expensive. Sky's Rebecca Williams is in Swindon and has been answering your questions.
"05.01.2017 14:51:26" Children unaware of social media dangers "Incomprehensible" Ts & Cs on social networks mean children have little idea what they're signing up to according to England's children's commissioner. Sky's Tom Cheshire has been answering your questions about online dangers.
"05.01.2017 14:15:15" news.sky.com Turkish police kill two people after 'car bomb' explodes in Izmir Two attackers have been killed by Turkish police after an explosion outside a courthouse in the city of Izmir. 10 people have been wounded in the blast according to reports
"05.01.2017 13:45:00" news.sky.com Royal palace haunted by friendly ghosts, Sweden's Queen Silvia says The country's longest serving monarchy tells a documentary that "you don't always feel completely alone" at Drottningholm Palace. The Queen claims there are many ghosts but says she isn't scared
"05.01.2017 13:00:00" news.sky.com Diesel cost 'up £10 a tank' on year ago - RAC report A report says fuel prices have hit an 18-month high, aided by rising oil costs and sterling's weakness against the dollar. Drivers of petrol cars are paying an average £8 more to fill up than they were a year ago
"05.01.2017 12:30:01" news.sky.com Torture of man with special needs live streamed A knife is used to cut the bound and gagged victim's hair until his scalp bleeds as one attacker shouts "f*** Donald Trump". Four people have been arrested after a video showing a man being beaten was streamed live on Facebook
"05.01.2017 12:01:00" news.sky.com The Doors relight the fire for 50th anniversary show in Los Angeles The group, known for hits such as Light My Fire and Riders on the Storm, performed LA Woman for the crowd. Surviving members John Densmore and Robby Krieger were joined by family members of the late Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek
"05.01.2017 10:58:15" Turkish authorities closing in on nightclub attacker Turkish authorities have identified possible locations for the gunman who killed 39 people in a New Year attack at a nightclub in Istanbul. Sky's Zein Ja'Far is in the city and has been answering your questions.
"05.01.2017 10:37:09" news.sky.com Prince Harry 'constantly in trouble' at school, Diana told steward Princess Diana revealed private details about family life to a trusted royal aide in a series of handwritten notes. Letters written by Princess Diana reveal Harry's school mischief
"05.01.2017 09:41:01" news.sky.com Mystery radio bursts coming from dwarf galaxy Astronomers have been able to pinpoint where "fast radio bursts" are coming from for the first time. Scientists have traced mysterious radio waves to a dwarf galaxy more than three billion light years away
"05.01.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com Sir Tim Barrow new UK envoy to EU - Sky sources The swift appointment comes after the outgoing ambassador attacked the Government's approach to Brexit negotiations. Nigel Farage has criticised Theresa May's decision to appoint Sir Tim Barrow as the UK's ambassador to the EU
"05.01.2017 07:35:00" news.sky.com Sky News to air PM's first 2017 interview Theresa May will be grilled on Brexit and other topics as she appears on Sky News' new political show, debuting at 10am on Sunday. Theresa May will be grilled on Brexit and other topics in her Sophy Ridge on Sunday interview this Sunday at 10am
"05.01.2017 07:00:00" What the nation think of the "Three Brexiteers" The "Three Brexiteers" - Boris Johnson, Dr Liam Fox and David Davis - are taking us out of the EU. But do the public think they're doing a good enough job?
"05.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Fat dogs: In which towns are UK canines heaviest? Pets at Home weighed half a million pooches across the UK and reveals where they are most - and least - overweight. In Swinton, Yorkshire, 48% of dogs are over their healthy weight
"05.01.2017 06:00:00" news.sky.com Increased Alzheimer's risk near busy roads The findings - after six million adults were tracked for 11 years for a study - have been called "important" and "provocative". Living close to a busy road increases the risk of Alzheimer's by up to 12%, a major study has found
"05.01.2017 05:34:00" news.sky.com 'Immigrants should learn English before arriving' Failing to address the lack of integration of immigrants "has left a vacuum for extremists", says the chair of the APGG. Immigrants to the UK should learn English before they arrive, according to a parliamentary report
"04.01.2017 22:00:01" Timeline Photos Prime Minister Theresa May will appear on the first edition of our new politics programme Sophy Ridge on Sunday this Sunday at 10am live on Sky News
"04.01.2017 21:30:00" news.sky.com Leadsom's Brexit boast fails to impress farmers Not a single hand went up when Ms Leadsom asked an audience of farmers if they agreed her department was ready for Brexit. An Andrea Leadsom boast about Brexit has failed to impress farmers
"04.01.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com Heathrow terror arrest as man lands from Cairo A 50-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a terror offence after landing at Heathrow Airport from Cairo. A 50-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a terror offence after landing at Heathrow Airport from Cairo
"04.01.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com UK tourists get aid as holiday firm collapses Cruise passengers are to be flown home after their tour operator stopped trading while thousands more will net refunds.. Cruise passengers are being flown home after a holiday firm collapsed
"04.01.2017 20:00:00" news.sky.com France orders cull of ducks over bird flu Hundreds of thousands of ducks are to be culled in three regions of France following a severe outbreak of bird flu. Hundreds of thousands of ducks are being culled in France after an outbreak of bird flu
"04.01.2017 19:30:01" news.sky.com Sir Tim Barrow new UK envoy to EU - Sky sources Sir Tim Barrow will replace Sir Ivan Rogers as the UK's ambassador to the European Union, Sky sources say. Meet the UK's new ambassador to the EU
"04.01.2017 19:00:00" news.sky.com Footballer sacked over baby death tweets Non-league player Alfie Barker is dismissed over his "disgraceful" comments directed at a star whose daughter was stillborn. A non-league footballer abused an AFC Bournemouth player over the death of his daughter online
"04.01.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com Kim Kardashian West returns to social media The reality TV star, famed for her online posts and selfies, took a break from the limelight after being robbed at gunpoint. Kim Kardashian West is back on social media. She took a break after being robbed in Paris
"04.01.2017 17:50:00" news.sky.com CCTV footage shows youths' coach depot rampage The pair rammed one of the buses into a fence in a bid to reach the road, which investigators say could have been "devastating". Two youths broke into a coach depot and went on a bus rampage
"04.01.2017 17:10:00" news.sky.com Berlin attack: Second Tunisian suspect held German police are investigating a second Tunisian suspect over the Berlin truck attack on a Christmas market. A second Tunisian is being investigated by German police over the Berlin truck attack that left 12 dead
"04.01.2017 16:34:59" news.sky.com Mass jailbreak after Philippine prison raid Inmates used a wooden ladder to scale a back wall during a two-hour shootout in the country's biggest ever prison escape. More than 150 prisoners broke out of a Philippine jail after heavily armed gunmen stormed the prison
"04.01.2017 15:44:26" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher and mother 'to be together' The Star Wars actress and her mother - who died a day apart - will be buried together at a private Hollywood ceremony on Thursday. Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds will be laid to rest together at a private funeral service
"04.01.2017 14:59:02" news.sky.com Dozens injured after Brooklyn train derails At least 37 people have been injured after a rush hour train derailed in Brooklyn, according to reports. Update: At least 100 people have been injured after a rush hour train derailed in New York City
"04.01.2017 14:16:05" How would you respond to a terror attack? This app is urging people to learn first aid in response to possible terrorist attacks
"04.01.2017 13:37:03" news.sky.com Outgoing EU envoy attacks 'muddled thinking' In a scathing email to his staff after his resignation, Sir Ivan Rogers accuses top politicians of "ill-founded arguments". Britain's top Brexit negotiator in Brussels has accused the UK's top politicians of "muddled thinking" over leaving the EU
"04.01.2017 13:00:00" news.sky.com Southern rail strike cut to three days Union announces a small reprieve for passengers but the company accuses ASLEF of "a cynical ploy" to protect drivers' pay. Southern rail's six-day strike has been cut to three days, taking place on 10, 11 and 13 January
"04.01.2017 12:30:00" news.sky.com 'Fat Cat Wednesday' highlights pay inequality FTSE 100 CEOs make almost £4m a year - or £1,000 an hour - compared to the average salary of £28,200, a think tank says. From lunchtime today, the UK's top CEOs will have already made more money than average workers earn in a year
"04.01.2017 12:03:00" news.sky.com British freerunner dies on Paris metro Friends deny he was "train surfing" after criticism by Paris transport chiefs of video showing his parkour group atop a train. Freerunner Nye Frankie Newman, from Guildford, died in an accident on the Paris metro on New Year's Day
"04.01.2017 11:28:16" Northern Ireland Crisis Political crisis in Northern Ireland? Arlene Foster has said she will not be stepping down as First Minister. Sinn Fein have urged her to stand aside during an investigation into a botched renewable energy scheme. Sky News' David Blevins was live
"04.01.2017 11:10:17" news.sky.com Israeli soldier convicted of killing Palestinian An Israeli soldier who shot and killed a wounded Palestinian man has been convicted of manslaughter. An Israeli soldier who killed a wounded Palestinian man has been convicted of manslaughter
"04.01.2017 10:58:14" news.sky.com 'World's fastest electric car' unveiled at CES Faraday Future says its FF91 can accelerate from 0-60mph in 2.39 seconds and will come with modems to connect to the internet. The world's 'fastest electric car' can accelerate from zero to 60mph in 2.39 seconds, according to its creators
"04.01.2017 10:15:37" 50th anniversary of Donald Campbell crash It's the 50th anniversary of the death of world land and water speed record holder Donald Campbell CBE. Sky News' Mike McCarthy was live from the site of the fatal crash of his jet powered Bluebird boat. Post any questions you have.
"04.01.2017 09:29:11" Goodbye Dippy the Dinosaur Goodbye Dippy the Dinosaur! It is the Diplodocus' last day at the Natural History Museum before he embarks on a nationwide tour. Sky News' Sarah Hajibagheri was live from the museum taking your questions.
"04.01.2017 09:00:01" news.sky.com Next warns price hikes ahead will hit profits The first big retailer to report on its Christmas trading sounds a downbeat note, warning of rising costs to come for shoppers. Next is warning shoppers they face price rises of up to 5% in the year ahead
"04.01.2017 08:30:19" news.sky.com 'Thrilled' Janet Jackson, 50, welcomes baby boy The pop superstar had a "stress-free healthy delivery" and is "thrilled" to welcome the boy into the world, says a representative. Janet Jackson has given birth to her first child at age 50
"04.01.2017 07:23:01" What Britons think of a Brexit economy Half of Britons think the UK economy will get worse over the next year, according to a Sky Data poll. But do you?
"04.01.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Marlin drags man from boat miles off Oz coast Search and rescue officers say the fisherman was "extremely lucky" to be found alive in such a remote area. A man survived treading water for six hours after being dragged out of his boat by a marlin off the Western Australian coast
"04.01.2017 05:45:00" news.sky.com Serial killer Charles Manson 'taken to hospital' The 82-year-old mass murderer, who is serving a life term in a California prison, is said to be seriously ill. Convicted serial killer Charles Manson is seriously ill, according to US media reports
"03.01.2017 22:30:00" news.sky.com Toddler's buggy toppled in 'horrific' robbery The two-year-old girl has been waking up in the night and asking whether the robber has been caught. A two-year-old has been having nightmares after a robbery
"03.01.2017 22:00:00" Chelsea fans guilty of racism in Paris Four Chelsea fans have been found guilty of racism in Paris in 2015. Their victim has spoken out
"03.01.2017 21:28:20" news.sky.com Earthquake strikes off Scarborough coast An earthquake has struck off the Scarborough coast, according to the British Geological Survey. There's been an earthquake... off the Scarborough coast
"03.01.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com New case of bird flu discovered in backyard The flock has been culled and officials have put in place a protection zone around the site - but the health risk is very low. Bird flu has been found in chickens and ducks in Carmarthenshire
"03.01.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com Thieves use NYE as cover for $6m jewel heist As thousands of police patrol Times Square while the ball drops, three burglars are busy robbing a jewellery store nearby. They used New Year's Eve celebrations as cover to steal $6m-worth of jewellery
"03.01.2017 20:00:00" news.sky.com Labour election majority 'currently unthinkable' Jeremy Corbyn has virtually no chance of winning outright, the analysis says, citing confusion over Brexit among other reasons. The Labour Party's chances at the next election don't look good, a think tank says
"03.01.2017 19:30:00" news.sky.com Ford cancels Mexico plans amid Trump pressure The carmaker says its decision - following criticism of the company by Mr Trump - is a vote of confidence in the president-elect. Ford is cancelling plans to make cars in Mexico after pressure on carmakers from Donald J. Trump
"03.01.2017 19:00:00" news.sky.com Ariana Grande to appear in Final Fantasy game The pop star shared images and a video detailing the process of being turned into a video game avatar. Ariana Grande is going to be in a Final Fantasy game
"03.01.2017 18:22:51" news.sky.com Neeson: Martin Scorsese 'one of the best' The actor says working with Scorsese was an "adventure" - and admits he is surprised by the way his own career has turned out. Liam Neeson says Martin Scorsese is "one of the best"
"03.01.2017 17:41:33" news.sky.com Bodies found at White Cliffs of Dover were twins Police ask for the public's help in piecing together the movements of the man and woman in the days before they died. Two people found dead at the White Cliffs of Dover were twins
"03.01.2017 16:42:47" news.sky.com British soldier shot dead in Iraq is named A British soldier shot dead in northern Iraq has been named as Lance Corporal Scott Hetherington. A British soldier shot by another British soldier in Iraq has been named as Lance Corporal Scott Hetherington
"03.01.2017 15:57:18" news.sky.com Allen: I've only been assaulted by white males The singer made the remark on Twitter during an argument with Tommy Robinson, co-founder of the English Defence League. Lily Allen has claimed she has "only ever been sexually assaulted by white males"
"03.01.2017 15:14:37" news.sky.com Minister links mass sex attack to Western clothing "These kind of things do happen," an Indian home minister says as he links women's Western clothing with mass sex assaults. An India minister is facing calls to resign after he criticised women for dressing "like westerners" following a mass sex attack
"03.01.2017 14:22:26" Nation Divided: Burnley six months on 67% of the people in Burnley voted to leave the European Union. Are they happy with the UK's progress with triggering Brexit? Sky News' Gerard Tubb is live - send your questions his way.
"03.01.2017 13:26:56" Nation Divided: Glasgow six months on 67% of people in Glasgow voted to remain in the EU. How has Glasgow been impacted by the Brexit decision? Sky News' James Matthews was live taking your questions.
"03.01.2017 13:23:45" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Our new show starts 10am on Sunday 8th Jan on Sky News hosted by Sophy Ridge and we promise to look at the issues that affect YOU!
You'll be able to follow all our progress and behind-the-scenes action throughout each week right here so make sure you
"03.01.2017 12:50:59" “It's not racist to want immigration controls” "You can't be racist because you said 'I don't want to let immigrants in'."
This gym owner from Burnley speaks about the confusion between racism and immigration control.
"03.01.2017 12:03:34" news.sky.com Man killed in police shooting near M62 A man has died after he was shot by police in Huddersfield near the M62 motorway, West Yorkshire Police says. The man shot dead by police in Huddersfield was 27-year-old Mohammed Yassar Yaqub, according to Sky sources
"03.01.2017 11:45:00" news.sky.com British star may sing at Trump inauguration Rebecca Ferguson said she would "graciously accept" the invitation to take part in the ceremony - on one condition. The former X Factor contestant said she might perform at Donald J. Trump's inauguration ceremony, but only on one condition
"03.01.2017 11:22:40" Toddler saves twin from fallen dresser This toddler rescued his twin brother after a chest of drawers they were playing on fell on top of him
"03.01.2017 10:20:09" news.sky.com Trump warns North Korea over US-aimed missile The President-elect says Pyongyang's ambition of testing a nuclear missile capable of hitting the US "won't happen". Donald J. Trump has undermined North Korea's nuclear missile ambitions
"03.01.2017 09:04:00" news.sky.com Kids have 'far too much' sugar before school Sugary cereals and fruit juices are leading children to have three times more sugar in their diet than recommended, officials say. The average English child eats the equivalent of three cubes of sugar before beginning school, health officials have claimed
"03.01.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com British chef 'killed while fighting IS in Syria' Ryan Lock had told his family he was going on holiday to Turkey before joining up with Kurdish militia. Twenty-year-old Ryan Lock is reported to have died while fighting against Islamic State in Syria
"03.01.2017 08:00:00" No Brexit? "There is going to be a civil war" "If the government ignores what the people have said... there is going to be a civil war."
This woman from Burnley says there will be uproar if people don't get the Brexit they voted for.
"03.01.2017 07:30:01" news.sky.com Rail fares eat up 14% of commuters' wages - study Train fare hikes that went into effect this week are sparking calls for the re-nationalisation of the railway system. Commuters into London pay an average of £387 a month on rail tickets, compared to £61 in Paris or Rome
"03.01.2017 07:00:00" Scotland 'feels isolated' over Brexit "I feel like we're more isolated," says this ballet dancer from Glasgow, as 74% of the nation feel Britain is more divided than a year ago, according to a Sky Data poll.
"03.01.2017 06:15:00" news.sky.com Brexit Britain: Snapshot of a nation divided Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. Three quarters of the British public think the country is more divided than it was a year ago
"03.01.2017 05:30:01" news.sky.com Man killed in police shooting near M62 A man has died after he was shot by police in Huddersfield near the M62 motorway, West Yorkshire Police says. A man has died after he was shot by police in Huddersfield near the M62 motorway, West Yorkshire Police says
"03.01.2017 00:21:01" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher's daughter breaks silence Billie Lourd says she has "no words" to express how she will miss her mum and grandmother as she posts a childhood photo of them. Billie Lourd gives thanks for the "love and support" shown to her since her mum Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds died
"02.01.2017 21:59:37" Instanbul nightclub attack survivor A man who survived the Istanbul nightclub attack describes how he managed to escape from the gunman and save his cousin
"02.01.2017 21:25:34" news.sky.com Labour calls for return of railways to public ownership after fare hike Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald says re-nationalising Britain's railways is "a hugely popular" policy. Fares rose by an average of 2.3% - the highest increase for three years
"02.01.2017 20:28:21" British solider killed in Iraq A British soldier has died in Iraq. The Ministry of Defence says the death was not "a result of enemy activity."
"02.01.2017 20:01:00" news.sky.com Rebecca Ferguson 'invited to sing at Trump ceremony' It is not known who else will perform at the President-elect's swearing-in ceremony in the US capital later this month. The former X Factor runner-up says she'll "graciously accept" - on one condition
"02.01.2017 18:55:58" Pictures show suspect behind Istanbul nightclub attack New pictures show the main suspect Turkish police believe carried out the Istanbul nightclub attack killing 39 people. He was filmed changing money at a foreign exchange booth in the Turkish city.
"02.01.2017 18:13:36" news.sky.com Len McCluskey maintains he still backs Corbyn after quit prediction He says the Labour boss has his "full support" after earlier saying he may quit if polls remain "awful". Unite's leader tweets his support for Jeremy Corbyn, after appearing to distance himself in a newspaper interview
"02.01.2017 17:47:14" Sophy Ridge On Sunday 6 days to go before the start of Sophy Ridge on Sunday on Sky News. Tune in at 10am on Sunday!
"02.01.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Dozens killed in Brazil prison riot involving rival drug gangs More than 70 prisoners were taken hostage, with reports some were decapitated and their bodies then thrown over the prison wall. Anguished relatives await news of what happened outside Anisio Jobim prison in the Brazilian city of Manaus
"02.01.2017 16:37:52" news.sky.com Missing walkers spent freezing night in Cairngorms in bivvy bag A couple who undertook a New Year's Day walk in the Highlands misjudged how long it would take and were forced to take shelter. Two walkers are lucky to be alive after getting lost and spending the night in the Cairngorms national park
"02.01.2017 15:47:08" news.sky.com Second girl in New Year's Eve hit and run dies The second girl knocked down in a hit and run on New Year's Eve has died, following the death of her cousin in the same collision. Helena, 12, and Zaneta, 11, were holding hands when they were hit
"02.01.2017 15:15:00" news.sky.com Three bodies found at White Cliffs of Dover Police do not think the death of one man found at the bottom of the cliffs is related to two other bodies found nearby. Two of the three people found dead at the foot of cliffs on New Year's Day were brother and sister
"02.01.2017 14:35:00" news.sky.com Deadly boat fire captain 'first to jump ship' Muhammad Nali is being questioned for negligence after he was found floating in the sea and rescued, according to local media. An Indonesian boat captain has been arrested after his vessel caught fire, leading to the deaths of at least 23 people
"02.01.2017 14:00:44" news.sky.com Firm denies sabotaging Mariah's meltdown gig The singer's team claims she was set up to fail at the disastrous New Year's Eve gig, but a production firm says this is "absurd". A production company has dismissed claims it sabotaged Mariah Carey's performance at a New Year's Eve concert in New York
"02.01.2017 13:02:39" The world's first vegan football club Meet the football club where meat is off the half-time menu
"02.01.2017 12:14:18" Turkey Attack Turkish police are continuing to hunt a gunman who killed at least 39 people in a New Year nightclub attack in Istanbul. Sky News' Sam Kiley was live from Turkey taking questions.
"02.01.2017 11:49:44" news.sky.com New wave of garden villages approved Each village, spread across the UK, will have between 1,000 and 10,000 properties, the Government says. Plans for a wave of garden villages creating tens of thousands of new homes in England have been given the go-ahead
"02.01.2017 10:44:54" Kicking off 2017 with camel racing Inner Mongolia kicked off 2017 with a camel relay race and a beauty contest
"02.01.2017 09:57:50" news.sky.com Cannabis ingredient to be classed as medicine The move by the UK regulator raises concerns that the public could get mixed messages about the safety and legality of cannabis. A cannabis-based ingredient is to be classed as a medicine in the UK
"02.01.2017 09:02:26" news.sky.com Seven-day doctor service 'unrealistic' - top GP Medics are working "at the limits of what is safe" and struggling to keep up with demand, warns the Royal College of GPs chief. Pushing for a seven-day NHS could have a serious impact on patient care on week days - Royal College of GPs chief
"02.01.2017 07:56:57" news.sky.com Five men arrested over hit-and-run in Oldham Officers appeal for anyone who saw a dark Peugeot and the driver of a white van to come forward after two girls were mown down. Five men have been arrested after a hit-and-run killed a young girl and left her cousin seriously injured on New Year's Eve
"02.01.2017 07:07:58" news.sky.com Rail fare hikes 'another kick in the teeth' Campaigners slam the hikes, which come into effect today - but the Government says they will help fund modernisation. The highest increase in rail prices for three years comes into effect this morning
"02.01.2017 06:00:18" news.sky.com Gunman hunted over nightclub massacre in Turkey At least 15 foreign nationals are among the dead after an attacker opens fire on 600 revellers at a nightclub in Istanbul. Turkish police are continuing to hunt a gunman who killed at least 39 people in a New Year nightclub attack in Istanbul
"01.01.2017 22:07:36" news.sky.com Ferry fire off Indonesia leaves 23 dead as people 'fight over life jackets' 22 others were injured in the fire that gutted most of the vessel. The crowded boat was taking passengers from the Indonesian capital to a resort island to celebrate the New Year
"01.01.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com French workers secure 'right to disconnect' from office emails The move comes amid concerns over worker burnout, but some suggest staff want to be able to stay on top of emails from home. The move is aimed at stopping work from intruding into people's home life
"01.01.2017 20:00:00" news.sky.com It's rained on London's 'kaleidoscopic' New Year's Day Parade Thousands march through central London to celebrate the start of 2017 Heavy rain didn't dampen spirits for spectators who went to see London's New Year's Day parade
"01.01.2017 19:30:00" news.sky.com Turkey New Year party massacre gunman hunted by security forces At least 15 foreign citizens were among the dead after an attacker opened fire on 600 revellers at a nightclub in Istanbul. CCTV shows the killer opening fire outside a nightclub and then storming the venue in Istanbul
"01.01.2017 19:00:00" Taking a New Year's Day dip Taking the plunge for a New Year's Day dip
"01.01.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com 'Ready to die': Legion of Honour for Nice heroes France grants its highest honour to those who took on a terrorist driver as the lorry hurtled through Bastille Day crowds. Two men who tried to stop the Nice attack on Bastille Day have been awarded France's highest honour
"01.01.2017 17:51:20" A prankster has altered the famous Hollywood sign A prankster has altered the famous Hollywood sign
"01.01.2017 16:58:37" news.sky.com Three bodies found near cliffs in Dover The bodies of two men and a woman have been found at the cliffs at Dover, Kent Police have said. Police do not think the death of one man found at the bottom of the cliffs is related to two other bodies found nearby
"01.01.2017 16:15:37" The new 12 sided one pound coin The new one pound coin will go into circulation in late March. It's said to be the most secure in the world with several features designed to stop forgeries. Sky's Laura Bundock is here to answer your questions.
"01.01.2017 15:30:00" Istanbul New Year shooting A man who shot dead at least 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul still hasn't been caught
"01.01.2017 14:43:40" news.sky.com New year records: What will 2017 sound like? Two albums by Drake, the much-awaited return of indie rock and new singles to end break-up rumours are all on the cards. The music of 2017: Drake, Iggy Azalea and Fleet Foxes
"01.01.2017 13:45:00" Sister of hit-and-run victim "She was too young to die": The sister of a 12-year-old girl killed by a hit-and-run driver
"01.01.2017 13:00:00" news.sky.com Millions watch Mariah's botched New Year gig The megastar's lip-syncing is exposed during a New Year performance that went so badly she gave up and asked the audience to sing. Mariah Carey did not end 2016 on a high note
"01.01.2017 12:16:52" Istanbul New Year shooting A man who shot dead at least 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul still hasn't been caught
"01.01.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com N Korea's long range missile 'in final stages' Kim Jong-Un welcomes in the New Year by boasting he is close to test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile. Kim Jong-Un used his New Year message to say North Korea is in the 'final stages' of developing a long-range missile
"01.01.2017 11:28:51" news.sky.com Terror threat advice for British tourists UK citizens travelling abroad are told to be on their guard in the face of the continuing danger posed by extremists. British tourists in Turkey are being given safety advice after a nightclub shooting in Istanbul
"01.01.2017 10:45:17" news.sky.com M*A*S*H actor William Christopher dies The actor was known for his portrayal of the kind-hearted Father John Mulcahy on the long-running TV comedy drama. William Christopher from M*A*S*H died on New Year's Eve
"01.01.2017 09:42:07" news.sky.com Queen to miss New Year's Day church service due to heavy cold The Queen will miss a New Year's Day church service at Sandringham because of a lingering heavy cold, Buckingham Palace has said. The Queen is too ill to go to church on New Year's Day
"01.01.2017 09:15:00" news.sky.com All change: 12-sided pound to launch in March The round pound's days are numbered, and old coins will need to be spent by October to make way for "the new quid on the block". You'll be able to get your hands on the new 12-sided £1 coin in March
"01.01.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Girl, 12, dies after hit-and-run in Oldham Another child is in a critical condition after the driver fled the scene of the crash in Oldham, according to police. A 12-year-old girl has died and another child is seriously injured after a hit-and-run in Oldham
"01.01.2017 07:45:00" news.sky.com Game of Thrones saved my business, says farmer From iron-age pigs to Northern Inuit dog, the Game of Thrones series has looked to Northern Ireland for its animal stars. How Game of Thrones saved this farmer's business
"01.01.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Let's stop whinging and be grateful Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. "Here's my list of reasons why we should all cheer up a bit": writes Sophy Ridge in Sky Views
"01.01.2017 06:17:34" news.sky.com May quotes Jo Cox in New Year message The PM calls for unity after the divisive Brexit referendum and pledges to fight for Remainers, too, in her talks to Brussels. Theresa May has asked Britons to stand together in her New Year message
"01.01.2017 01:10:13" 2017 celebrations around the globe Watch firework displays from around the world for the start of 2017
"01.01.2017 00:40:56" Istanbul attack At least 35 killed in attack on Istanbul Reina nightclub with attacker allegedly "dressed as Santa"
"01.01.2017 00:30:33" news.sky.com 'Many injured in Istanbul nightclub attack' Turkish NTV media said two attackers were involved in the attack. UPDATE: At least 39 people killed as a gunman opened fire in a nightclub in Istanbul during New Year celebrations
"31.12.2016 23:59:14" 2017 is here. London and Edinburgh celebrate the New Year Hello 2017! The UK brings in the New Year in style.
"31.12.2016 23:41:50" Attack on Turkey nightclub Turkish state media reports several people have been wounded in an armed attack in a nightclub in Istanbul
"31.12.2016 23:12:22" Big Ben counts in 2017 Watch live as Big Ben counts the UK into 2017
"31.12.2016 22:37:29" news.sky.com Hello 2017: Auckland first to welcome New Year Celebrations being held around the world to welcome in 2017 are being held amid heightened security in the wake of the deadly terror attacks in Berlin and Nice. 2017 is coming
"31.12.2016 21:38:21" Kay Burley Inside the fireworks cordon #londonnye
"31.12.2016 20:55:29" Dubai welcomes in 2017 Dubai welcomes in 2017 with an incredible fireworks display centred on the world's tallest building the Burj Khalifa
"31.12.2016 19:42:28" London New Years celebrations London is gearing up to bring the new year in. Will celebrations be bigger than ever? Sky News' Enda Brady is live from central London answering your questions.
"31.12.2016 18:43:52" Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations Edinburgh is getting ready for its world famous street party and fireworks over the city's castle. Sky's James Matthews is there and has been answering your questions.
"31.12.2016 18:12:24" news.sky.com 'To my many enemies': Trump's barbed New Year wishes to friends and foes The President-elect shares his New Year "love" with those who fought him and "lost so badly". But who is in his firing line? Donald Trump's New Year message
"31.12.2016 17:13:20" Famously overlooked... The man 'who gave The Beatles away' has passed away. We take a look at who else failed to cash in on some of the world's most talented people
"31.12.2016 16:28:44" news.sky.com Questions over whether Queen will attend New Year's Day service Her Majesty is said to be still recovering from the heavy cold that delayed the start of her Christmas break. The Queen will wait until tomorrow to decide if she's well enough to attend a New Year's Day church service
"31.12.2016 16:03:57" Sky News Not everyone's weekend has been ruined by the US snowstorms – here's Tian Tian the panda at a zoo in Washington DC. (Footage from Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute): http://trib.al/9b0AbCL Our most-watched video of 2016 starred Tian Tian the panda, who just couldn't resist rolling around in the snow
"31.12.2016 14:35:19" news.sky.com Golden Athletes Honoured in New Year List Every gold medallist from the Rio Games who hadn't already been recognised in previous years is included in the list of honours. More than 100 Olympians and Paralympians feature in this year's New Year Honours List
"31.12.2016 13:45:00" news.sky.com Theme park riders trapped at 148ft for hours People had to be winched down after being stuck for eight hours at an amusement park in southern California. These people were stranded on an amusement park ride 148ft in the air for eight hours
"31.12.2016 12:59:10" Sydney New Year's Eve fireworks Watch New Year's Eve fireworks in Sydney as Australia celebrates the start of 2017
"31.12.2016 12:30:00" news.sky.com Cheap booze warning for New Year's Eve drinkers Fake vodka laced with cleaning products has been seized nationwide, with dangerous booze sold at prices "too good to be true". A warning about cheap, fake booze on New Year's Eve
"31.12.2016 11:45:14" Photographer's favourite Obama pictures The White House official photographer has put out his favourite photos of the year featuring Barack Obama
"31.12.2016 11:07:37" news.sky.com Deja vu: Sequels, prequels and remakes fill 2017 Superheroes, pirates, aliens, 'replicants', live-action cartoons and TV lifeguards dominate the box office schedule for 2017. Sound familiar? 2017 will be a year of sequels, prequels and remakes in film
"31.12.2016 10:25:40" New Year's Eve weather New Year's Eve weather: If you're going to a fireworks display, a party or just travelling - Sky's Nazaneen Ghaffar is here to tell you what to expect from the weather on NYE. Post your questions for her below
"31.12.2016 09:05:20" news.sky.com Will fog ruin New Year firework displays? Weather warnings are in place for swathes of the UK as a cold snap is set to send temperatures plummeting as low as -5C. Weather warnings are in place in the UK on New Year's Eve
"31.12.2016 08:30:00" news.sky.com Trial to see if dogs can detect prostate cancer Dogs can detect a drop of blood in two Olympic-sized pools, and it's hoped their sniffing talents could help diagnose humans. Using dogs to detect prostate cancer
"31.12.2016 08:00:00" news.sky.com Trump: Putin 'smart' not to evict US diplomats The President-elect praises Vladimir Putin for deciding not to retaliate after Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats. "I always knew he was very smart!": Donald J. Trump says on Vladimir Putin
"31.12.2016 07:30:00" news.sky.com Concrete bollards to prevent London lorry attack A record number of concrete bollards will block traffic from London centre and protect crowds from potential terror attacks. Concrete bollards will protect crowds from lorry attacks in central London on New Year's Eve
"31.12.2016 07:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Boring Canada to be country of the year in 2017? By Adam Boulton, Sky News Editor-at-Large Sky Views: Boring Canada to be country of the year in 2017?
"31.12.2016 06:30:00" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher will be buried with mother The Star Wars actress and her mother Debbie Reynolds - who died a day apart - will be buried together in Hollywood. Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds will have a joint funeral and be buried together
"31.12.2016 06:01:58" news.sky.com Britons use NHS as 'national hangover service' As New Year's Eve celebrations commence, health workers claim drunken revellers are "selfishly" taking up A&E beds and ambulances. NHS does not stand for "national hangover service" says health boss
"30.12.2016 22:30:00" New Year Honours List revealed Posh Spice, Andy Murray and Ken Dodd - here's a look at the New Year Honours List
"30.12.2016 20:58:00" news.sky.com George Michael song sales soar after his death Wham's Last Christmas is back in the top ten for the first time in 31 years following George Michael's death on Christmas Day. 'Last Christmas' in the top 10 of the charts for the first time in 31 years following George Michael's death
"30.12.2016 17:18:33" news.sky.com UK braced for an Arctic start to 2017 London and Edinburgh should both be dry at the stroke of midnight but parts of the country will experience rain at New Year. Brace yourselves for the start of 2017, the weather is going to be straight from the Arctic
"30.12.2016 16:00:00" Sky News President Obama cracked jokes about Prince George, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at his final White House Correspondents' Dinner - and finished with a literal mic drop Barack Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner speech is our second most-viewed video of 2016. The speech featured jokes about Prince George and Hillary Clinton, rounded off with a mic drop.
"30.12.2016 15:52:58" news.sky.com George Michael's post-mortem 'inconclusive' Thames Valley Police said on Friday the singer's death is "still being treated as unexplained but not suspicious". A post-mortem examination into the cause of George Michael's death has proved "inconclusive"
"30.12.2016 15:38:39" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Our new show starts 10am on Sunday 8th Jan on Sky News hosted by Sophy Ridge and we promise to look at the issues that affect YOU!
You'll be able to follow all our progress and behind-the-scenes action throughout each week right here so make sure you
"30.12.2016 14:31:00" Learner drivers on the motorways Learner drivers could soon be allowed lessons on motorways for the first time. Sky's Nick Martin - News is with a driving instructor and a learner to talk about the plans. Post your questions for him below.
"30.12.2016 13:54:32" Thatcher v acid house, May v USA and Corbyn's NY message Margaret Thatcher v acid house; Theresa May v the USA; and Jeremy Corbyn's New Year message. Sky's Political Correspondent Darren McCaffrey is here to answer your questions on politics. Post them in the comments below
"30.12.2016 13:27:26" news.sky.com Putin: No expulsions in retaliation to US Russia's President Vladimir Putin has said it will not expel anyone in response to US sanctions. "We will not expel anyone": Vladimir Putin says he won't retaliate against Barack Obama
"30.12.2016 12:43:58" news.sky.com Run DMC rapper sues Wal-Mart and Amazon for $50m The Walk This Way singer has accused US retailers of "improperly profiting, harming and diluting" the Run DMC brand. It's like that, and that's the way it is
"30.12.2016 12:00:52" Women golfers at Muirfield This Scottish golf club has been told to "get out of the dark ages" and allow women members
"30.12.2016 11:00:00" news.sky.com Sheen defends wishing Trump dead in a tweet The actor posts a message saying "Dear God, Trump next please!" after the death of Debbie Reynolds. Charlie Sheen has defended a tweet in which he wished Donald J. Trump would be the next celebrity death
"30.12.2016 10:30:00" Bus righted after fog crash This bus crashed and overturned in thick fog on the M40 in Oxfordshire, injuring 17 people
"30.12.2016 10:00:00" news.sky.com Reason Thatcher tried to ban raves revealed Officials feared the rise in dance music culture - but were more worried about noise nuisance than the use of illegal drugs. Why Margaret Thatcher tried to ban acid house raves when she was Prime Minister
"30.12.2016 09:14:02" news.sky.com Joint service 'likely' for Reynolds and Fisher Fisher's brother Todd says it is "likely" there will be a combined ceremony for the pair, who died within a day of each other. It looks like Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds will have a joint memorial service
"30.12.2016 09:02:09" Mannequin challenge in space #Mannequinchallenge in space: Astronauts on the International Space Station do 2016's viral craze.
Video from @Thom_astro / Twitter
"30.12.2016 08:30:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Will Russia and NATO clash in 2017? By Alistair Bunkall, Defence Correspondent Sky Views: Will Russia and NATO clash in 2017?
"30.12.2016 08:00:01" news.sky.com Just a second! Extra time to be added to 2016 Keen to leave this year behind? You need to wait a second, as extra time is being added to align clocks with the Earth's rotation. Keen to leave 2016 behind? You'll have to wait one extra second
"30.12.2016 07:30:01" news.sky.com Foggy conditions could hit New Year travel Drivers are being urged to take care and allow extra time for journeys due to widespread fog. Fog and freezing weather could affect your New Year travel plans
"30.12.2016 07:00:00" Do pets get better treatment than us? Why some cats and dogs are now getting better medical care than us
"30.12.2016 06:35:00" news.sky.com Muirfield Golf Club must 'get out of dark ages' The Scottish club is being urged "to do the right thing" and open membership to female golfers, but some current members disagree. A Scottish golf club has been told to "get out of the dark ages" over women golfers
"30.12.2016 06:07:52" news.sky.com Learner drivers to be able to use motorways Experts say the plans will allow new drivers to learn a greater set of skills, improving safety levels on Britain's roads. Learner drivers are going to be allowed on motorways in the near future
"29.12.2016 19:50:18" news.sky.com United States to expel 35 Russian diplomats The US is to expel 35 Russian diplomats, and shut down two Russian compounds, in response to "harassment" of Americans in Moscow. Obama not ending his presidency quietly as he expels 35 Russian diplomats from America
"29.12.2016 18:03:00" news.sky.com Armed police in London for New Year's Eve Terrorist attacks on the Continent force UK police to increase security around New Year celebrations. Extra armed police brought in to London for New Year's Eve after Berlin terror attack
"29.12.2016 17:34:00" news.sky.com Fury as Victoria Beckham 'reveals OBE honour' The fashion designer has been criticised for "discrediting" the honours system after it was reported she would receive an OBE. Victoria Beckham accused of "a betrayal of etiquette" by revealing she is to receive an OBE
"29.12.2016 17:10:13" Chris Martin's George Michael Tribute Coldplay's Chris Martin pays tribute to George Michael by playing Last Christmas at a homeless shelter in London
"29.12.2016 16:00:00" Sky News This nine-foot python crawled up through a toilet and bit onto a man's penis for half an hour The countdown of our most-watched videos of 2016 is almost over. In at number three is... a nine-foot python bit onto a man's penis for half an hour while he was sat on a toilet.
"29.12.2016 15:12:15" news.sky.com 'Missing' student who posted on Facebook found Isabel Gayther berated her mother on Facebook for reporting her missing when she did not turn up for Christmas dinner. "Now I look like a ****."
Missing student found safe and well
"29.12.2016 14:00:00" Belarus Tractor show Dancing tractors? Belarus celebrates bringing in the new year a little differently.
"29.12.2016 13:23:42" news.sky.com Brexit a 'firing gun on decade of disruption' A think tank claims the vote to leave the EU is likely to damage the UK's growth and living standards until 2030. Britain on course for a "decade of disruption"?
"29.12.2016 12:40:00" Lightsaber vigil for Carrie Fisher Fans of Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher paid tribute to her with a lightsaber vigil following her death on Tuesday
"29.12.2016 11:55:48" news.sky.com Syria conflict: nationwide ceasefire agreed Russia's president Vladimir Putin said that his country and Turkey would guarantee the truce. Vladimir Putin says the Syrian government and armed opposition have signed a ceasefire agreement starting at midnight
"29.12.2016 11:23:10" news.sky.com NICE cancer drug block 'is a huge setback' One mother with breast cancer tells Sky News the time Kadcyla could giver her is "not something you could ever put a price on". Health bosses have been urged to think again as life prolonging cancer drug is still too expensive to be routinely offered on NHS
"29.12.2016 10:31:42" news.sky.com Health warning as temperatures plunge across UK Public Heath England issues a "level three" cold weather alert for the first time since January. Temperatures plummet across the UK as freezing fog descends
"29.12.2016 09:43:01" news.sky.com Philippines leader: I threw man from helicopter Rodrigo Duterte has previously claimed he used to tour city streets on a motorbike looking for drug dealers to shoot dead. The president of the Philippines has claimed that he once threw a man out of a helicopter and that he would do it again
"29.12.2016 09:00:00" Sheep gets its head stuck in traffic cone Ewe must be kidding me? This sheep who got its head stuck in a traffic cone is among the RSPCA's weirdest rescues of 2016.
"29.12.2016 08:26:02" news.sky.com Extended GP waiting times pose 'serious risk' Helen Stokes-Lampard says delays to see a doctor could mean "the non-urgent stuff may become urgent". Increasing waits of up to four weeks to see a GP could be posing a "serious risk" to patients
"29.12.2016 07:42:33" Cows abused on farm in Somerset Footage from a farm in Somerset shows a worker repeatedly abusing cows and calves. The RSPCA (England & Wales) is investigating.
Warning: This video contains footage that people might find disturbing and upsetting.
"29.12.2016 07:00:00" NHS patients with barcodes? Barcode technology could be rolled out across NHS England in an effort to reduce mistakes and cut costs
"29.12.2016 06:01:46" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher's mother Debbie Reynolds dies Film legend Debbie Reynolds has died aged 84 - a day after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher, the beloved Star Wars actress. "She said, 'I want to be with Carrie.' And then she was gone."
Actress Debbie Reynolds has died aged 84.
"29.12.2016 02:04:48" news.sky.com Carrie Fisher's mother Debbie Reynolds dies Film legend Debbie Reynolds has died aged 84 - a day after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher, the beloved Star Wars actress. Debbie Reynolds has died - just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher
"28.12.2016 22:11:52" Timeline Photos Debbie Reynolds, mother of Carrie Fisher, has been taken to hospital after suffering a possible stroke, according to US media reports
"28.12.2016 21:54:00" news.sky.com Human hand washes up on beach A member of the public discovered the remains on an Isle of Wight beach and they were passed to police, who are investigating. A human hand has been discovered washed up on a beach on the Isle of Wight
"28.12.2016 20:59:23" news.sky.com Kerry hits out at Israel on Middle East Peace John Kerry says the US cannot let Middle East peace slip away as Donald Trump takes shots at Obama's foreign policy on Twitter. The US Secretary of State has accused Israel of threatening peace in the Middle East in some of America's harshest-ever public criticisms of its key ally
"28.12.2016 19:38:03" What wrapping paper you can recycle Quick tip: How to tell what wrapping paper you can and can't recycle
"28.12.2016 17:15:09" news.sky.com Fears for missing student Isabel Gayther Isabel Gayther, 21, has not been seen or heard from since Christmas Eve despite having her mobile phone. A post has appeared on the Facebook page of missing student Isabel Gayther as police continue search
"28.12.2016 16:51:45" news.sky.com IVF clinic: 26 women may have got wrong sperm One couple's sperm may have been given to 26 other couples after a "procedural error" at an IVF clinic in the Netherlands. An IVF clinic has said that at least 26 women may have been fertilised by sperm cells from the wrong man
"28.12.2016 16:00:00" Sky News This seal had a lucky escape when it hopped onto a passing boat to save itself from a group of killer whales A seal jumping on board a boat to save itself from a group of killer whales came in as our fourth most-watched Facebook video of 2016
"28.12.2016 15:49:05" Famous Farewells from 2016 A tribute to some of the famous faces we've said goodbye to in 2016
"28.12.2016 15:36:44" news.sky.com Sir Bradley Wiggins retires from cycling Sir Bradley Wiggins has announced his retirement from cycling, saying he had been "lucky enough to live a dream". Sir Bradley Wiggins has announced his retirement from cycling
"28.12.2016 15:08:59" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Our new show starts 10am on Sunday 8th Jan on Sky News hosted by Sophy Ridge and we promise to look at the issues that affect YOU!
You'll be able to follow all our progress and behind-the-scenes action throughout each week right here so make sure you An exciting new show Sophy Ridge on Sunday is coming to Sky News from 8th Jan hosted by Sophy Ridge