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"22.02.2017 19:00:05" news.sky.com Three newly found planets could support life The distant worlds are Earth-sized, probably rocky and could have contained oceans, increasing the likelihood of life. Scientists have discovered at least three new planets in our galaxy that could have allowed life to evolve
"22.02.2017 17:59:35" Sky News at the 2017 Brit Awards What can we expect from this year's Brit Awards? Post your questions to Sky's Entertainment Correspondent Katie Spencer, who is speaking to celebrities at the event
"22.02.2017 17:37:10" news.sky.com Family says Gitmo changed 'IS suicide bomber' The family of Jamal al Harith, who was named by IS as a suicide bomber in Iraq, say they have not had his death confirmed. The family of Jamal al Harith, who was named by IS as a suicide bomber in Iraq, say they have not had his death confirmed
"22.02.2017 15:30:37" news.sky.com First woman ever appointed to lead Met Police Cressida Dick, a former acting Deputy Commissioner, was in charge of the operation that saw Jean Charles de Menezes shot dead. Scotland Yard has appointed its first female Commissioner in the force's 188 year history
"22.02.2017 14:36:17" Police hunt for a convicted murderer Police are still continuing to hunt for convicted murderer Shaun Walmsley who escaped custody in Liverpool during a hospital visit. Sky's Nick Martin is outside Aintree hospital. Post any questions in the comments below.
"22.02.2017 13:53:43" news.sky.com Airlines told to compensate passengers for delays American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines all face enforcement action over failures to pay out. Good news for some air passengers
"22.02.2017 12:59:44" Helen Bailey murder trial: "right and correct verdict" "It was right and correct verdict," says Detective Chief Inspector Jerome Kent as Ian Stewart is found guilty of killing author Helen Bailey
"22.02.2017 12:19:11" Ian Stewart Found Guilty Of Helen Bailey Murder Ian Stewart has been found guilty of murdering his fiancee author, Helen Bailey.
This is how he carried out the crime, dumped her body in a cesspit and hampered the police investigation.
"22.02.2017 12:02:27" Prime Minister's Questions: 22nd Feb 2017 Watch live as Theresa May answers Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons
"22.02.2017 11:04:15" news.sky.com Kim Jong-Nam's body targeted in attempted morgue break-in Security has been increased following an attempted break-in at the mortuary where Kim Jong-Nam's body is being held
"22.02.2017 10:33:54" Sky Ocean Rescue Coca-Cola has reversed its opposition to a deposit return scheme for drinks bottles following a Sky News investigation
To help protect our oceans, head to www.skyoceanrescue.com #OceanRescue
"22.02.2017 10:02:04" Princess Diana's dresses go on show Princess Diana's most iconic outfits are going on show as part of a new exhibition at Kensington Palace. Sky's Royal Correspondent Rhiannon Mills is there taking a look round and has been answering your questions too.
"22.02.2017 09:03:39" news.sky.com 'Refugees Welcome' sign unfurled by activists on Statue Of Liberty in New York The protest took place days after President Donald J. Trump announced he was working on a new travel ban
"22.02.2017 08:32:30" news.sky.com PM urged to act over death of British millionaire Barry Pring Theresa May will face calls at PMQs to raise the unresolved murder of Barry Pring with her Ukrainian counterpart
"22.02.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com RSPCA hunt for man filmed dumping 'frightened' lurcher Man caught on CCTV abandoning a "confused and frightened" dog outside a house in Peterborough
"22.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Why is the UK obsessed with rockets? As a draft Spaceflight bill is published which could allow spaceports to be built and satellites to be launched from British soil for the first time, Sky's Tom Cheshire asks...
"22.02.2017 07:01:00" Sky Ocean Rescue We tend not to think about what we flush down the toilet, but disposable wipes, and similar products made using plastic fibres, can create fatbergs that cause serious damage to our sewers Why we should all think twice about what we flush down the loo
"22.02.2017 06:29:47" news.sky.com UK's £200m aid pledge to Somalia and South Sudan "We must act now to help innocent people who are starving to death" - says International Development Secretary Priti Patel
"22.02.2017 05:59:38" news.sky.com Storm Doris to batter UK with 80mph gusts An amber weather warning is issued for parts of the country as high winds, heavy rain and even some snow head our way. Weather warnings have been issued for strong winds, heavy rain and some snow
"22.02.2017 04:00:01" news.sky.com Murderer may have killed more, says victim's dad John Godden tells Sky News the search brings more trauma for his family and it feels like his daughter has been "murdered again". The father of murdered Becky Godden has told Sky News he believes more victims of killer Christopher Halliwell are about to be found
"22.02.2017 03:00:01" news.sky.com French presidential hopeful wants UK talent Outside No 10, Emmanuel Macron says he has plans to get talented people "in lots of fields" to go to France after Brexit. A leading contender in France's presidential race stood outside 10 Downing Street, saying he wanted "banks, talents, researchers, academics" to move across the Channel after Brexit
"22.02.2017 02:00:01" news.sky.com Israeli soldier jailed for killing Palestinian attacker At the sentencing, the judge said that Elor Azaria "took it upon himself to be both judge and executioner". An Israeli soldier who shot dead a wounded Palestinian attacker as he was lying on the floor has been sentenced to 18 months in jail
"22.02.2017 01:00:00" news.sky.com Three held in anti-terror raids across France The bomb squad is called to one of the addresses after a grenade is discovered which later turns out not to be live. Three men have been arrested in France by anti-terror police
"22.02.2017 00:00:00" news.sky.com UN: 1.4 million children could starve to death With relief groups unable to reach those in need, the UN children's agency appeals for action, saying: "We can still save lives". Famine could kill 1.4 million children in 2017, warns UNICEF
"21.02.2017 23:00:00" news.sky.com Trump publicly condemns anti-Semitic threats The President is criticised for taking days to hit out at attacks that included hoax bomb threats at Jewish community centres. Donald Trump has publicly condemned recent anti-Semitic threats in the US as "horrible and painful"
"21.02.2017 22:28:34" news.sky.com 'British IS bomber' is former Guantanamo detainee Ronald Fiddler was one of five British nationals released after being held at Guantanamo Bay detention centre for over two years. A British man said by Islamic State to have detonated a suicide bomb attacking Iraqi forces in Mosul is former Guantanamo Bay detainee Ronald Fiddler
"21.02.2017 22:00:41" news.sky.com Dozens of 'abandoned' migrants wash ashore Officials say traffickers deliberately removed the engines from the migrants' dinghy before leaving them to die at sea. Dozens of 'abandoned' migrants wash ashore after traffickers deliberately remove engines from their dinghy
"21.02.2017 19:46:25" news.sky.com Manhunt as killer escapes in ambush on police A convicted killer has escaped from police custody after two men launched an armed attack on officers in Liverpool. A convicted killer is on the run after being sprung from custody in Liverpool by armed men while leaving a hospital appointment
"21.02.2017 19:00:02" Pie-eating keeper forced to quit Goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has agreed to leave Sutton Utd after investigations were opened into his pie-eating during the club's game against Arsenal
"21.02.2017 17:58:45" Meeting the man behind the 'Hail Trump' rally Donald J. Trump backer Richard Spencer defends 'Nazi language' used at a rally
"21.02.2017 17:10:39" Could exercise apps be doing more harm than good? Do step counting apps and devices cause more harm than good? A leading US scientist suggests claims that users should walk 10,000 steps a day are based on outdated evidence. Sky's Gemma Morris is with personal trainer Scott Laidler. Post your questions in
"21.02.2017 15:59:18" Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw steps down Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw resigns amid a betting probe surrounding a pie he ate during an FA cup match with Arsenal - manager Paul Doswell says
"21.02.2017 15:41:24" news.sky.com UK warned it faces 'very hefty' Brexit bill The UK's being warned it won't be able to exit the EU without a big financial penalty and that any trade deal will take years
"21.02.2017 15:00:03" news.sky.com FA probes Sutton goalkeeper's pie-eating Two investigations are launched after a betting company offered odds of 8-1 against the reserve goalie eating a pie on the bench. UPDATE - Wayne Shaw has now resigned from Sutton United.
Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw is being investigated after eating a pie on the substitutes' bench during his team's FA Cup clash with Arsenal.
"21.02.2017 14:21:32" news.sky.com Man dies in shark attack off Reunion Island after ignoring danger warnings A former professional shark-spotter has been killed in an area where water sports are banned
"21.02.2017 13:30:37" news.sky.com Mark Carney says Brexit could be 'smooth' after all The BoE governor's remarks contrast with the doom-laden warnings he outlined prior to the EU referendum in June. The Bank of England's governor changes his tune about the UK's divorce from the EU
"21.02.2017 12:33:02" news.sky.com Marine Le Pen refuses to wear headscarf for meeting with Grand Mufti France's far-right presidential candidate refuses to meet Lebanon's top cleric after she is handed a veil
"21.02.2017 11:55:19" news.sky.com Barcelona police fire shots to stop speeding gas tank truck A man has been arrested by police in Barcelona after driving a truck filled with gas canisters the wrong way on a major road
"21.02.2017 11:17:53" news.sky.com David Cassidy reveals he has dementia after forgetting songs "I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming" says the singer whose mother and grandfather had the disease
"21.02.2017 10:47:23" Heterosexual couple lose civil partnership fight A heterosexual couple have lost their Court of Appeal battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership. Sky's Joe Tidy has been putting your questions to Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld who want their relationship to be legally recognised but
"21.02.2017 10:16:26" news.sky.com Heterosexual couple lose civil partnership Court of Appeal battle Court rules Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld don't have the right to enter into a civil partnership which is only for same-sex couples
"21.02.2017 09:39:00" Five dead in Melbourne plane crash Five people have died after a small plane crashed into a shopping centre near an airport north of Melbourne in Australia
"21.02.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Le Pen says Assad must stay in power to beat IS The French far-right presidential candidate visits Lebanon and meets the prime minister to boost her international profile. French far-right politician Marine Le Pen says Assad must stay in power in Syria to beat Islamic State
"21.02.2017 08:00:02" news.sky.com Step counting apps 'could be harming people' Dr Greg Hager says apps that encourage users to take 10,000 steps a day are based on 50-year-old simulations of healthy activity. Step counting apps "may even be harmful" a computer scientist claims
"21.02.2017 07:30:01" news.sky.com 'Teacher supply crisis' hitting England schools A critical report says recruitment targets have been missed for five years and ministers have no long-term plan to address issues. There's a "teacher supply crisis" in schools in England, a report says
"21.02.2017 07:00:02" news.sky.com Sky Views: A letter to President Trump from Asia By Katie Stallard, Asia Correspondent "Dear Mr President,
I was sorry to read on your Twitter feed about the problems you are having with fake news (sorry, FAKE NEWS!)" writes Katie Stallard - Sky News in Sky Views
"21.02.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Cobain daughter's note to dad on his birthday Frances Bean Cobain was 20 months old when her father - Nirvana's lead singer - killed himself in 1994. Kurt Cobain's daughter has written him a note on what would have been his 50th birthday
"21.02.2017 06:02:33" news.sky.com Five die as plane crashes into shopping centre Five people are killed after the aircraft - en route to King Island - came down an hour before the mall was due to open. Five people have been killed as a plane crashed into a shopping centre near Melbourne
"20.02.2017 22:30:00" news.sky.com Hague slams Tony Blair as Lords debate Brexit The ex-Foreign Secretary revives an old rivalry as he tells Mr Blair any attempts to re-fight the EU referendum are a great error. William Hague has launched a scathing attack on Tony Blair's call to Brexit opponents to "rise up"
"20.02.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com Russia 'linked' to coup plot in Montenegro Moscow dismisses as "absurd" claims it was behind a plot to overthrow the government and assassinate the PM in October 2016. Sky News has seen evidence that allegedly links Russia to an attempted coup in Montenegro
"20.02.2017 21:30:00" news.sky.com Trump names his new national security team President Donald Trump has named his new national security adviser and new security chief of staff. Lieutenant General HR McMaster replaces Michael Flynn as national security adviser and Keith Kellogg will become chief of staff for national security
"20.02.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com Ex-Swedish PM tells Trump: 'Stop digging' Carl Bildt gives "a friendly piece of advice" as Mr Trump claims "fake news media" has spun lies about immigration in Sweden. Mr Trump baffled Swedish leaders by falsely suggesting there was an immigration-related security incident in the country on Friday
"20.02.2017 20:30:06" news.sky.com Drake blasts Grammys over 'racial profiling' The singer boycotted the Grammys and accused the ceremony of labelling hit song Hotline Bling as rap because he is black. Drake accused the ceremony of labelling the song as rap because he is black
"20.02.2017 20:12:29" news.sky.com 'Worst fears realised': First famine in six years The UN says 100,000 people are affected by the famine and one million are also at risk amid civil war and the economy's collapse. More than 100,000 people are experiencing famine in South Sudan with one million others on the brink of starvation
"20.02.2017 18:26:00" Cardiff protests Donald Trump's state visit Hundreds of people are marching through Cardiff to protest US President Donald J. Trump's state visit to the UK.
Sky's Becky Williams was live at the march speaking to protesters and taking your questions
"20.02.2017 18:00:00" news.sky.com My Friend Cayla: Doll banned in Germany not 'espionage device' - company After parents were told to destroy this doll its German distributor insists it is safe
"20.02.2017 17:28:14" Donald Trump protest in London Protests against Donald J. Trump coming to the UK are due to take place across the UK as the US President's state visit is debated in Parliament.
Sky's Correspondent Enda Brady is in London talking to protesters and answering your questions.
"20.02.2017 16:22:25" news.sky.com Scientists aim to trap ship in ice to drift across North Pole Researchers say the data gained from the €50m venture - inspired by a century-old expedition - could help fight global warming. Could this plan provide answers to climate change?
"20.02.2017 15:39:55" news.sky.com Theresa May in the House of Lords as peers start debating Brexit Theresa May says she doesn't want anyone holding up "what the British people want", as peers prepare to debate Brexit. PM joins peers as they debate the Government's Brexit bill
"20.02.2017 15:01:18" news.sky.com Croydon tram crash driver 'lost awareness' before fatal accident A report also finds a single sign positioned just before a bend where the crash occurred in November was inadequate. The accident claimed the lives of seven people and injured 51 others last November
"20.02.2017 14:32:44" news.sky.com Digital bank Atom tries to find its voice with £4m Will.i.am deal The Black Eyed Peas rapper has struck a deal that could hand him a multimillion pound stake in Atom Bank, Sky News learns. Atom is banking on will.i.am to help it attract more customers
"20.02.2017 13:49:17" news.sky.com Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts Archery, badminton, fencing, goalball, table tennis, weightlifting and wheelchair rugby are all affected
"20.02.2017 13:04:49" news.sky.com Google and Bing make searching for piracy sites more difficult A new plan makes it harder for users looking for live football games or music to find illegal content as piracy sites are demoted. Illegally streamed live football matches and pirated music will be harder to find in future
"20.02.2017 12:38:32" news.sky.com Adolf Hitler's wartime telephone sells for £195,000 The red Bakelite phone, which was used by Hitler to order the death of millions, is sold at an auction in Maryland. "Hitler's mobile device of destruction" which he used to dictate many of his deadly Second World War commands in vehicles and trains is sold at auction
"20.02.2017 12:07:21" news.sky.com Paul and Ringo come together for new album The two remaining Beatles are joined by ex-Eagles star Joe Walsh, who "comes out to play" in the studio. Beatles stars get back in the studio for the first time in seven years to work on Ringo's latest album
"20.02.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com US defence secretary James Mattis rules out seizing Iraq's oil Last month President Trump told CIA staff: "We should have kept the oil. But okay. Maybe you'll have another chance." "We're not in Iraq to seize anybody's oil" says US defence secretary James Mattis on a surprise visit to Baghdad
"20.02.2017 11:00:31" Sky Ocean Rescue The claim comes amid reports that Government officials think a return scheme is "unlikely" to be part of a UK litter strategy.
To help protect our oceans, head to www.skyoceanrescue.com #OceanRescue
"20.02.2017 10:30:01" news.sky.com Trump protests as MPs debate state visit Demonstrators will take to the streets later, as MPs consider Theresa May's decision to extend the invitation to the US President. Protests are due to take place across the UK as MPs debate Donald J. Trump's state visit
"20.02.2017 10:00:02" news.sky.com Ex-boxer appeals for 'car-jacking' witnesses The former Commonwealth champion says he experienced a "very frightening, violent situation" when he was "dragged" out of a car. "Bring them to justice": Ex-boxer Michael Watson appeals for witnesses over a suspected car-jacking attempt
"20.02.2017 09:30:01" news.sky.com Daniel Craig now second longest-serving 007 Craig has starred in four Bond films after taking on the mantle of the world's most famous secret agent on 14 October, 2005. Daniel Craig takes Pierce Brosnan's record - but will he stay on to beat Roger Moore?
"20.02.2017 09:00:03" news.sky.com Amazon creating 5,000 jobs in UK Amazon joins Facebook, Google and Apple in announcing good news about jobs in the UK, despite uncertainties over Brexit. Amazon says it will create 5,000 jobs in the UK by the end of 2017
"20.02.2017 08:00:00" CCTV shows Kim Jong-Nam 'assassination' CCTV shows what is allegedly the moment the half-brother of Kim Jong-Un is murdered
"20.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com UK among top traffic jam nations in Europe Time wasted in Britain's worst traffic jams cost motorists a staggering £31bn last year, according to new research. The UK has the third worst traffic in Europe
"20.02.2017 07:00:02" news.sky.com Secret to keeping friendships alive revealed Having a chat on the phone is enough for women to stay close, but experts say men need to meet up for their friendship to endure. How to make friendships last - and the advice is different for men and women
"20.02.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Vicious abuse against MPs must stop By Sophy Ridge, Sky News Presenter "Enough is enough": The shocking abuse of MPs on social media
"20.02.2017 06:01:59" news.sky.com Commercial space flights from UK under new plans Ambitious plans to keep the UK at the forefront of the commercial spaceflight market will be launched later this week. There are plans for commercial space flights from the UK in the next few years
"19.02.2017 19:42:34" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Watch the highlights from this week's #Ridge, featuring Justice Secretary Liz Truss and Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott MP
"19.02.2017 17:00:13" news.sky.com President Trump and the 'Swedish incident' Despite telling the crowd to "look at what's happening last night in Sweden" no terror attack took place in Sweden on Friday. So, what did happen in Sweden on Friday night?
"19.02.2017 16:33:39" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Diane Abbott MP reveals the toll online racist and sexist abuse has taken #Ridge On today's Sophy Ridge on Sunday, Diane Abbott MP revealed the toll online racist and sexist abuse has taken
"19.02.2017 16:20:00" news.sky.com Lords 'shouldn't throw in towel' on Brexit Lord Mandelson thinks the Lords will pass amendments to the Brexit bill following debates this week. Peter Mandelson has said that peers should "not throw in the towel early" when it comes to Brexit
"19.02.2017 15:40:00" news.sky.com Drive my car: Beatle's Porsche being auctioned The current owner bought the car for spares and was unaware that it once belonged to one of the world's most successful pop stars. A rare black Porsche 928 once owned by Beatles guitarist George Harrison is being put up for auction
"19.02.2017 15:00:11" news.sky.com UK spies: Russia plotted to kill Montenegro PM British spies reportedly find evidence of Moscow involvement in a plot to break into parliament and kill Milo Djukanovic. Report claims Russian authorities were behind a plot to kill Montenegro's prime minister
"19.02.2017 14:29:06" news.sky.com Abbott: I've had rape threat and been called n***** The shadow home secretary tells Sky News there is a case for a parliamentary inquiry into the vitriol directed at MPs. Diane Abbott MP told Sophy Ridge on Sunday that she had received rape threats and been called n*****
"19.02.2017 14:00:01" news.sky.com Risky operation to free west Mosul from IS begins Troops will have to engage in house-to-house fighting as many of the streets are too narrow for armoured vehicles. Iraqi forces have begun an operation to retake control of west Mosul from Islamic State
"19.02.2017 13:40:00" news.sky.com Children of drunks ring helpline for bedtime story A seven-year-old girl called a charity on Christmas Day while hiding from drunk parents underneath her bed. Children as young as five asking to be read bedtime stories because their parents were too drunk to put them to bed
"19.02.2017 13:00:03" news.sky.com Britain set for heatwave (well, sort of...) Unusually warm weather on Monday - with highs of 17C - will be followed later in the week by storms and gale-force winds. UK temperatures will beat those in parts of the Mediterranean this week - but don't pack away your winter jumpers just yet
"19.02.2017 12:40:00" news.sky.com Instant pay rise for guards in 'tough' prisons Officers in 31 jails are going to be paid up to £5,000 extra a year, as the Government tries to attract "the best talent". Thousands of prison officers are in line for an immediate pay rise as the Government responds to surging levels of violence in the nation's jails
"19.02.2017 12:12:00" news.sky.com Trump tactic is 'how dictators start' - McCain The ex-Republican presidential candidate says a free press is "vital", adding the first thing dictators do is "shut it down". John McCain has warned suppressing the free press is "how dictators get started"
"19.02.2017 12:00:06" news.sky.com Far-right Wilders attacks 'Moroccan scum' The MP begins his election campaign by blaming the "Moroccan scum" for "making the streets of Holland unsafe". Dutch MP Geert Wilders has launched his campaign for Holland's top job with an attack on the country's Moroccans
"19.02.2017 11:46:44" Sophy Ridge on Sunday On today's show we spoke to Justic Secretary Liz Truss about prison reform and Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott MP about racist and sexist abuse.
Sophy Ridge was live talking about today's show and taking your questions.
"19.02.2017 11:00:01" news.sky.com Woman in US abortion legal test case dies The Supreme Court case of Norma McCorvey - known at the time as Jane Roe - led to the legalisation of abortion in 1973. The woman at the centre of a court case which legalised abortion in the US has died, aged 69
"19.02.2017 10:20:00" news.sky.com Hunt for four who fled as Kim was assassinated The men flew out of Malaysia the day Kim Jong-Un's half-brother was murdered, but police won't reveal the flight's destination. Malaysian police say they are looking for four more North Korean suspects in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-Nam
"19.02.2017 09:40:00" news.sky.com Ex-boxer Watson injured in 'car-jacking' The 51-year-old, who suffered a near-fatal brain injury in 1991, is "very sore" after being sprayed in the face "with ammonia". Former professional boxer Michael Watson has been attacked by men who sprayed him "with ammonia" in a car-jacking bid
"19.02.2017 08:54:44" news.sky.com Scientists find way to erase painful memories The study has similarities to the film Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, where characters have memories of break-ups removed. Scientists believe they have found a way to erase painful memories from the mind
"19.02.2017 08:15:07" news.sky.com President in new attack on 'dishonest media' Mr Trump's presidency has lurched from crisis to crisis, but he says it's "not easy when we're fighting the press and the media". Donald J. Trump has continued his attacks on the media during a rally in Florida
"18.02.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com Is Trump whining or winning? What voters say In the religious town of Front Royal, where most voters backed Mr Trump, there are differing opinions on his performance so far. Is Donald J. Trump whining or winning?
"18.02.2017 20:00:00" news.sky.com World Trade Center attack plotter dies in jail A extremist cleric who helped plot the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City has died in jail. A extremist cleric who helped plot the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City has died in jail
"18.02.2017 19:30:01" news.sky.com UK bank bosses to collect £4m in bonuses Jes Staley, Stuart Gulliver and Antonio Horta-Osorio will be awarded more than £4m for their work in 2016, Sky News learns. The chief executives of Britain's biggest high street lenders will collectively be awarded more than £4m in annual bonuses next week
"18.02.2017 19:00:03" news.sky.com Welcome words from Pence, but is he genuine? The US Vice President says everything NATO leaders want to hear, but leaves them wanting to see action before they believe him. Mike Pence is saying what NATO leaders want to hear, but is he genuine?
"18.02.2017 18:54:28" WWII pilot back in the cockpit 96-year-old WWII veteran Bob Brocklehurst takes to the skies after decades out of the cockpit
"18.02.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com SpaceX Falcon 9 launch postponed again A steering problem is to be investigated as the flight fails just seconds before lift-off, says the company. SpaceX postponed the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from a historic launchpad in Florida seconds before lift-off
"18.02.2017 17:59:12" news.sky.com Image emerges of Kim 'alive after attack' An image emerges purporting to show Kim Jong-Un's half-brother alive, slumped in a chair at the airport where he was attacked. An image published by a newspaper in Malaysia purportedly shows the final moments of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"18.02.2017 17:43:37" Sky Ocean Rescue Six billion fewer plastic bags are used as a result of the 5p charge, this is the equivalent weight in plastic to 300 blue whales
To help clear up our oceans, head to www.skyoceanrescue.com and join our #OceanRescue campaign
"18.02.2017 17:40:00" news.sky.com Racist posters put up at Pakistani centre Police say they are treating the incident as a hate crime and have released an image of a man they want to speak to. Racist posters have been put up at a Pakistani community centre and other buildings in Manchester
"18.02.2017 17:00:06" news.sky.com Human remains found after flats explosion The family of Guido Schuette, missing since Tuesday, are informed of a specialist police search team's discovery. Police searching through the wreckage of a block of flats destroyed by an explosion and fire in Oxford have found human remains
"18.02.2017 16:50:48" London Modest Fashion Week More than 40 brands from all over the world are showcasing their "modest" designs, that comply with Islamic dress codes, on the exclusive catwalk at London's Saatchi Gallery.
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"18.02.2017 16:15:00" news.sky.com Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history Lincoln have become the first non-league team to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup in more than 100 years. Lincoln have become the first non-league team to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup in more than 100 years
"18.02.2017 15:15:01" news.sky.com One killed as train derails near Brussels One person is dead and 20 are injured after a passenger train derailed close to Brussels. One person is dead and 20 are injured after a passenger train derailed close to Brussels
"18.02.2017 14:46:47" news.sky.com Around 1,000 chicks found abandoned in field Most of the day-old birds survived after being put in cardboard boxes so they could huddle together to keep warm. The RSPCA has launched an investigation after around 1,000 day-old chicks were found abandoned in a field
"18.02.2017 14:10:31" news.sky.com Ancient microbes from Hell found in crystals Scientists discover the bugs in five chambers and say they are highly diverse and include around 100 different strains. A population of microbes that are tens of thousands of years old has been discovered in a place called Hell
"18.02.2017 13:23:35" Mike Pence in Munich Mike Pence is in Munich and has reaffirmed US support for NATO, but also warned other countries they need to ramp up spending.
Our defence correspondent Alistair Bunkall is in Munich answering your questions on what the Vice President's speech.
"18.02.2017 13:20:00" news.sky.com Pence says US backs NATO but warns: Pay up Trump's vice president says the US will continue to hold Russia accountable, even as the President seeks to find "common ground". Mike Pence has reaffirmed US support for NATO, but warned other countries they need to ramp up spending
"18.02.2017 12:00:00" news.sky.com Trump ban stops Dwight Yorke from entering US The ex-Manchester United striker is told by officials he cannot fly to Miami because he once played an exhibition match in Iran. Dwight Yorke has been denied entry to the US because he visited Iran briefly in 2015 to play in a charity match
"18.02.2017 11:20:00" news.sky.com Two dead as 'weather bomb' hits California The massive storm unleashes cyclone-force winds and torrential downpours, raising the risks of mudslides and flash floods. At least two people have died after a huge Pacific storm ravaged roads, cut power and opened two sinkholes in southern California
"18.02.2017 10:40:00" news.sky.com Striking BA crew 'can only afford Pot Noodles' An air hostess says some staff sleep in cars because they can't afford hotels, while others live on Pot Noodles. A striking British Airways air hostess has told Sky News that staff have to eat Pot Noodles from their planes because they can't afford to eat properly
"18.02.2017 10:40:00" news.sky.com PM's personal crusade against domestic violence Experts will be asked how the current system can improve and what can be done to help victims. Theresa May has announced plans to tackle what Number 10 calls "heinous offences" of domestic violence
"18.02.2017 10:00:05" news.sky.com North Korean arrested over Kim Jong-Nam murder Two women and a man from other parts of Asia have already been detained as part of the investigation. A North Korean man has been arrested in connection with the assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"18.02.2017 09:20:00" news.sky.com Allo Allo stars reunite for Kaye funeral The actor, who played cafe owner Rene Artois in the beloved comedy show, passed away in January aged 75. Stars of sitcom Allo Allo reunited in Huddersfield for the funeral of beloved actor Gorden Kaye
"18.02.2017 08:40:00" news.sky.com Anger as charity gig tickets resold for £5,000 A secondary ticketing website has been criticised for helping unscrupulous ticket buyers profit from a cancer charity concert. Viagogo has been criticised for "profiteering at the expense of teenage cancer sufferers"
"18.02.2017 08:23:02" news.sky.com Over 100 militants die in raids after shrine bomb The bombing on Thursday was the deadliest attack in Pakistan for two years, killing at least 88 people and injuring 343 others. Pakistan's military says it has killed more than 100 suspected militants in nationwide raids
"17.02.2017 21:30:01" news.sky.com Caribbean blast to make UK hotter than Majorca A spell of mild weather will flourish into a 17C warm spell next week, with London and Scotland set to get the best of the blast. Some unseasonably warm weather for the UK next week
"17.02.2017 21:00:03" news.sky.com Parents told to destroy doll over spying fears Germany bans 'My Friend Cayla' over concerns the software inside could be hacked, allowing personal data to be accessed. Parents in Germany are being told to destroy this doll
"17.02.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com 'Miracle' face transplant 'exceeds expectations' The patient was given the nose, cheeks, mouth, lips, jaw, chin and even teeth of a donor who had taken his own life. A man who had a face transplant said he knew it had worked when a child did not react to seeing him
"17.02.2017 19:30:00" news.sky.com Families fear raids in immigration crackdown As illegals are targeted for deportation, those without papers are terrified of being ripped away from their families. Immigrant families fear raids in Donald Trump's crackdown
"17.02.2017 19:00:06" news.sky.com PewDiePie slams 'insane' media after losing Disney YouTube's highest grossing star says the Wall Street Journal is fronting an "insane and unfair" media attack on his success. YouTube star PewDiePie has defended himself against allegations of anti-Semitism
"17.02.2017 18:30:01" news.sky.com Woolly mammoth embryo 'two years away' Key traits such as shaggy long hair and thick layers of fat would be selected and the animal grown in an artificial womb. Scientists say they're two years away from making a woolly mammoth embryo
"17.02.2017 18:00:06" news.sky.com Trump denies plan to target illegals with troops The Associated Press says it has a draft memo which outlines plans to round up illegal immigrants with 100,000 troops. Donald Trump has denied a plan to round up illegal immigrants with 100,000 troops
"17.02.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Bin lorry driver admits reckless driving Harry Clarke, who drove a bin lorry that crashed killing six people, admits reckless driving nine months later. The driver of the Glasgow bin lorry which killed six people has admitted reckless driving on a separate occasion
"17.02.2017 17:00:04" news.sky.com NATO 'not agile enough' to stop Russian hacking Sir Michael Fallon says NATO has not been fast enough in dealing with the threats posed by terrorism and cyber attacks. NATO has been criticised for not being "agile" enough to prevent Russian cyber attacks
"17.02.2017 16:34:34" Tony Blair calls on Brexit opponents to "rise up" Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called on opponents of Brexit to "rise up" and persuade voters to change their mind about leaving the EU.
Sky News presenter Sophy Ridge and Political Correspondent Jason Farrell are taking questions from you on the
"17.02.2017 16:00:00" news.sky.com Kim Jong-Nam murder re-enacted at airport Police reconstruct the murder as details emerge of how one of the suspects cut her own hair and carried wads of cash. The killing of Kim Jong-Nam has been re-enacted at an airport
"17.02.2017 15:31:01" news.sky.com Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted in fraud case The royal is found not guilty as her husband is jailed for more than six years for fraud and tax evasion. Princess Cristina of Spain has been found not guilty of being an accessory to tax fraud
"17.02.2017 15:05:00" news.sky.com Nuttall: Hillsborough 'smears' won't 'break me' The UKIP leader appears to cry as he asks party members if they back him - and is answered with a standing ovation. The UKIP leader says criticism of his Hillsborough comments is a "smear campaign"
"17.02.2017 14:39:46" news.sky.com Danny Dyer on 'short break' from EastEnders The actor takes some time out amid reports he is exhausted, but the BBC insists he has not left the show. Danny Dyer is taking a break from EastEnders
"17.02.2017 14:00:46" news.sky.com £10 'toxicity' charge for old cars in London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for "drastic changes" as air pollution is linked to 9,000 early deaths each year. Car drivers to face "toxicity" charge from October to combat London air pollution
"17.02.2017 13:30:01" news.sky.com Kraft Heinz makes bid for Unilever takeover Kraft Heinz, the worldwide food company behind favourites such as Heinz Tomato Ketchup and Philadelphia cheese, has approached consumer goods giant Unilever about a possible merger. Unilever rejects initial merger approach from Kraft Heinz in what would potentially become the biggest ever takeover involving a British company
"17.02.2017 13:03:44" news.sky.com Facebook boss launches bid to tackle fake news The Facebook founder talks about "two of the most discussed concerns of this past year" - filter bubbles and fake news. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sets out plans to tackle fake news
"17.02.2017 12:00:01" Girl's job letter to Google gets CEO reply Google's CEO replied directly to a seven-year-old girl's job letter this week. We caught up with her to find out why she wants to work there
"17.02.2017 10:31:16" news.sky.com Blair tells Brexit critics: 'Time to rise up' "This is not the time for retreat, indifference or despair," says Mr Blair, as he pushes for another vote on Brexit. "This is not the time for retreat, indifference or despair," says Tony Blair, as he pushes for another vote on Brexit
"17.02.2017 10:00:01" news.sky.com 'Mad Dog' Mattis wields carrot and stick to NATO He came in peace, put a gun to NATO's head and then started feeding them sweets. It's tough love, US marine-style. "He came in peace, put a gun to NATO's head and then started feeding them sweets. It's tough love, US marine-style," writes our Defence Correspondent, Alistair Bunkall
"17.02.2017 09:30:00" news.sky.com Manhattan-sized iceberg breaks away from glacier Satellite images released by NASA show a mile-long piece of the Pine Island Glacier separating from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. A chunk of ice the size of Manhattan has broken away from Antarctica due to rising temperatures
"17.02.2017 09:00:03" news.sky.com New Zealand part of underwater 'lost continent' Scientists say if the sea was drained a "high standing continent" with mountain chains would be revealed. A 1.9 million-square-mile land mass called Zealandia has been discovered underwater
"17.02.2017 08:30:01" news.sky.com Woolly mammoth embryo 'two years away' Key traits such as shaggy long hair and thick layers of fat would be selected and the animal grown in an artificial womb. Scientists are "two years away" from creating a hybrid woolly mammoth embryo using DNA from specimens frozen in Siberian ice
"17.02.2017 08:00:03" news.sky.com Top ref quits Premier League for Saudi Arabia Arsenal's victory over Hull on Saturday was the last match officiated by one of the world's leading referees. Referee Mark Clattenburg has quit the Premier League and is moving to Saudi Arabia
"17.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Fashion industry 'nervous' over Brexit Fashion workers remain hopeful but there are fears of the uncertainty that comes with a departure from the European Union. How will Brexit affect the £28bn fashion industry?
"17.02.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Is calling Trump mentally ill unfair? Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. "Alleging President Trump has a mental health disorder and then mocking him? Is that any different from, say, mocking a disabled reporter?"
"17.02.2017 06:30:01" news.sky.com A quarter in debt when they retire - report A survey finds an increasing proportion of workers will still owe money when they finish work - eating into retirement incomes. A quarter of people planning to retire this year will be £24,300 in debt, on average
"17.02.2017 06:00:04" news.sky.com Britons thrown into sea in Norway boat crash The group spent quarter of an hour in chilly seas in the far north of Norway after their speeding boat hit a fountain. Ten British tourists have been hurt in Norway in a boat crash
"17.02.2017 05:30:00" news.sky.com Blair tells Brexit critics: 'Time to rise up' "This is not the time for retreat, indifference or despair," Mr Blair will say - as he pushes for another vote on Brexit. Blair tells Brexit critics that it's "time to rise up" and persuade voters to change their mind about leaving the EU
"16.02.2017 23:09:46" Reporter corrects Donald Trump This reporter corrected Donald J. Trump at a news conference
"16.02.2017 22:06:32" Trump's heated news conference Donald J. Trump has relentlessly attacked his critics in a news conference lasting more than an hour. Here are the highlights
"16.02.2017 22:00:01" news.sky.com I'll retake 'every inch' of Syria, vows Assad The Syrian president talks confidently of winning the civil war as he dismisses "childish" claims his regime executed 13,000 men. The President of Syria has vowed to retake "every inch" of the country
"16.02.2017 21:30:00" news.sky.com Six die as frozen waterfalls collapse in Alps One climber only survived because she reached a ledge above the Bonne Annee "icefall" just before it fell away. Six people have been killed in two separate incidents after frozen waterfalls they were climbing collapsed
"16.02.2017 21:00:03" news.sky.com Microsoft bumps up prices due to Brexit slump The company is the latest to pass on the cost of the slump in the pound to UK customers in the wake of the EU referendum. Microsoft's UK prices are going up as a direct result of the post-#Brexit vote pound slump
"16.02.2017 20:50:41" The Pledge June Sarpong says we should encourage people to invest in the stock market as property is so expensive #ThePledge Is it time to reboot wealth growth in the UK? On tonight's The Pledge
"16.02.2017 20:40:28" Donald Trump attacks the media Donald J. Trump has launched an unprecedented attack on the media in a 1-hour 16-minute-news conference. Sky's US Correspondent Cordelia Lynch analysed the President's words and answered your questions live
"16.02.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com Argos to give £2.4m to underpaid workers John Rogers, the new boss of the retailer, said he was "very disappointed" to find staff had been paid less than the living wage. Argos workers who were underpaid are being given £2.4m - about £65 each
"16.02.2017 20:29:35" The Pledge Here's Greg behind the scenes at #ThePledge on whether he thinks divorce payments should be a lifelong commitment.
What do you think? Divorce payouts - should they be a lifelong commitment?
"16.02.2017 20:20:13" The Pledge Rachel Johnson and Carole Malone clash on who should take responsibility for Brexit - the Brexiteers or the liberal elite #ThePledge The Pledge panellists Rachel and Carole clash over who should take responsibility for Brexit
"16.02.2017 20:07:15" The Pledge Does the UK need a new mainstream political party to represent the centre ground? #ThePledge On tonight's The Pledge - is it time for a new political party to surface and represent the unrepresented?
"16.02.2017 19:46:15" news.sky.com Trump launches unprecedented attack on media Donald Trump has launched an extensive attack on the US media, saying "the level of dishonesty is out of control". Donald Trump has launched an extensive attack on the US media, saying "the level of dishonesty is out of control"
"16.02.2017 19:30:01" news.sky.com Doctor Who: Tilda Swinton may be next Time Lord The Hollywood actress is the bookies' favourite to take over from Peter Capaldi - so who else is in the running? Tilda Swinton could be the next Doctor Who
"16.02.2017 19:00:01" news.sky.com Snapchat owner valued at up to $22bn in float The popular messaging platform's share offer will confirm its co-founders as billionaires, six years after it started life. Snapchat has valued itself at up to $22bn (£18bn)
"16.02.2017 18:30:01" news.sky.com 'Serious threat' of war in Brexit-Trump world Professor Harold James argues that the apparent collapse in support for globalisation could prefigure armed conflict. World war is now 'a serious threat', a respected Princeton historian says
"16.02.2017 17:59:01" news.sky.com Drone footage shows avalanche devastation The remains of a hotel and crushed cars can be seen in the video from a town hit by a deadly avalanche last month. Drone footage shows Italy avalanche devastation
"16.02.2017 17:39:53" news.sky.com Man feared dead in blast at block of flats Police investigating an explosion and fire at flats in Oxford "strongly believe" a man died and his body is still in the debris. Police "strongly believe" this man was killed in an explosion at a block of flats
"16.02.2017 17:01:09" Ashton Kutcher's plea over child abuse Ashton Kutcher got emotional as he spoke to the US Senate about stopping child sex trafficking
"16.02.2017 16:30:01" news.sky.com UK warned over post-Brexit terrorism threat The UK must pin down the details of its relationship with the agency well before leaving the EU, warns its British boss. UK warned it could be more vulnerable to terrorism after #Brexit, if it doesn't share intelligence through Europol
"16.02.2017 16:05:36" news.sky.com Mel Gibson in talks to direct Suicide Squad After the first film was labelled "terrible", "incomprehensible" and "negligent", the search is on for a new director. Mel Gibson is reportedly in talks to direct a sequel to Suicide Squad
"16.02.2017 15:30:00" news.sky.com Revealed: What UK families are spending money on Weekly spending on alcohol, tobacco and narcotics fell below £12 for the first time as more people splash out on restaurants. What UK families are spending their money on
"16.02.2017 15:00:01" news.sky.com Duterte 'has millions hidden in bank accounts' A critic of the Philippine president says bank statements show he has 2.4 billion pesos (£38.3m) in numerous accounts. A critic of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte says the leader has nearly £40m hidden in bank accounts
"16.02.2017 14:34:12" news.sky.com Weak pound forces Brits to change holiday plans More than 40% of Britons say the fall in sterling will have an effect on where they go on holiday this summer. The weak pound is forcing 41% of Britons to change their holiday plans
"16.02.2017 14:00:13" news.sky.com Putin wants his spies to work closer with US President Vladimir Putin wants to work towards "restoring dialogue" between Russian and US intelligence agencies, he has said. Vladimir Putin says he wants to work towards "restoring dialogue" between Russian and US intelligence agencies
"16.02.2017 12:40:03" news.sky.com Toddler dies in shooting streamed on Facebook The boy was shot in the head on Valentine's Day as he travelled in a car with his aunt and uncle who filmed the shooting. A two-year-old boy and his 26-year-old uncle have died in a shooting which was streamed live on Facebook
"16.02.2017 12:37:43" The Pledge The Pledge panellists Michelle, Rachel and Carole are on set to answer your questions from social media this week. They'll also be discussing what's coming up on tonight's show, which is on Sky News at 8pm.
"16.02.2017 11:40:01" news.sky.com Bieber accused of attacking man in hotel lobby A video appears to show the singer fighting with a man after an argument about an autograph. Justin Bieber has been accused of attacking a man in hotel lobby after an argument about an autograph
"16.02.2017 11:00:01" news.sky.com Fan dates tennis star after Super Bowl bet As the tennis star takes John Goehrke to a basketball match in New York, she admits she's pleased he's "normal". Here's how you net a date with a tennis star
"16.02.2017 09:31:22" Third person arrested over the Kim Jong-Nam killing The three arrests come after North Korean diplomats tried to take away Kim Jong-Nam's body during the post-mortem. What do we know so far? Post your questions to our South East Asia Correspondent Tom Rayner
"16.02.2017 09:00:03" news.sky.com Britain's best and worst supermarket revealed Asda, Waitrose, M&S and the rest are ranked after a survey of 7,000 people by the Which? consumer group. Where do Asda, Waitrose and M&S feature in Britain's rankings of best and worst supermarkets?
"16.02.2017 08:53:27" news.sky.com Three arrests over killing of Kim Jong-Nam, Kim Jong-Un's half brother The three arrests come after North Korean diplomats tried to take away Kim Jong-Nam's body during the post-mortem. A third person has been arrested over the killing of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"16.02.2017 08:30:01" news.sky.com Sky Views: Is Kellyanne Conway in trouble? Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. Is Kellyanne Conway's fortune changing? Our US Correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter looks at her performance so far in Sky Views
"16.02.2017 08:00:00" Rubbish or art? Gavin Turk's work includes bronze cigarette butts and bin bags - but is it really art?
"16.02.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com Swim legend Hackett missing after attack claims Hackett, 36, was arrested earlier this week over a domestic incident at his father's home, described as "a bit of a breakdown". Update: Olympic champion Grant Hackett found after going missing when released without charge over a domestic incident
"16.02.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com More than 1,000 people flee wildfires in NZ The fires have so far claimed the life of war hero Steve Askin, who died when his helicopter crashed trying to fight the fires. Wildfires in New Zealand have forced more than 1,000 people to flee their homes
"16.02.2017 06:00:00" news.sky.com Topshop tragedy boy 'cheeky' and 'loving' The family of the boy killed in a Topshop earlier this week say his death will "leave a huge empty hole" in their lives. Family of a boy killed in Topshop say his death will leave a "huge empty hole" in their lives
"16.02.2017 05:30:00" news.sky.com Vitamin D tablets 'can help beat colds and flu' Putting supplements in foods has "virtually eliminated profound vitamin D deficiency in several countries", an expert says. Vitamin D supplements could help more than three million people a year stave off colds and flu
"16.02.2017 04:35:20" news.sky.com Kim Jong-Nam killing: Second woman arrested Malaysian police have arrested a second woman in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-Un's half brother. A second woman has been arrested in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"15.02.2017 22:20:00" news.sky.com Trump: 'Wonderful' Flynn treated unfairly The national security adviser quit on Monday after he allegedly discussed US sanctions against Moscow with Russia's ambassador. Donald J. Trump says former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who quit over links with Russia, is a "wonderful man"
"15.02.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com Irish prime minister faces no-confidence vote A whistleblower scandal could topple Enda Kenny's government and lead to a snap election, throwing Ireland into political turmoil. Whistleblower scandal prompts no-confidence vote for Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny
"15.02.2017 21:40:00" news.sky.com Tree surgeon dies after 'chainsaw' neck injury The man was fatally wounded in the incident in Bermondsey, southeast London, with one witness saying he saw "a lot of blood". A tree surgeon has died after he apparently injured himself with a chainsaw
"15.02.2017 21:33:06" news.sky.com Trump's labour secretary nominee withdraws Donald Trump's pick to be labour secretary has withdrawn his nomination after being involved in an immigration scandal. Donald J. Trump's pick to be labour secretary has withdrawn his nomination after being involved in an immigration scandal
"15.02.2017 21:20:00" news.sky.com Government names and shames firms over wages Employers falling short on wages are put in the spotlight but unions say more must be done to go after those who break the rules. The Government has named and shamed 360 businesses for underpaying workers
"15.02.2017 21:08:53" news.sky.com Trump drops commitment for two-state solution The President says he wants a "one-state" or "two-state" Israel-Palestinian deal, but is happy with "the one both parties like". Donald J. Trump has dropped America's long commitment to a two-state solution as the key to peace between Israelis and the Palestinians
"15.02.2017 20:58:17" news.sky.com North Korea's long history of assassinations Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. If two North Korean female agents are responsible for the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, it would be the latest in a long history of planned assassinations and attacks by the secretive state
"15.02.2017 17:15:44" Donald Trump - Benjamin Netanyahu press conference Watch Donald J. Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu - בנימין נתניהו take questions at The White House
"15.02.2017 17:02:42" news.sky.com Southern Rail strike: RMT members to walk out Staff on Southern Rail will strike for 24 hours next week, the RMT union has announced. Another #southernstrike is planned for 24 hours next week
"15.02.2017 16:30:00" news.sky.com Bank of England sticks with animal-fat £5 note Vegan campaigners demanded that animal fat be removed from the new notes, but the Bank said taking action would be too costly. The Bank of England is sticking with the new £5 note, despite concern over traces of animal fat
"15.02.2017 16:00:08" news.sky.com JK Rowling delivers #killerblow to Piers Morgan The author gets one over the journalist in their online spat after Morgan forgot a gushing article he'd written about her. J.K. Rowling delivers a "#killerblow" to Piers Morgan
"15.02.2017 15:30:00" news.sky.com Tara Palmer-Tomkinson died of 'perforated ulcer' The socialite had apparently been in 'high spirits' during her final days and had written 'a moving new song'. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's sister says she died of natural causes
"15.02.2017 15:00:13" Announcing a baby on social media This is how celebrities are sharing their baby news on social media. How would you do it?
"15.02.2017 14:30:01" news.sky.com Woman arrested over 'faking own death' The woman's son and his guardian allegedly provided fake documents after claiming she had died in a car crash in Zanzibar. A woman has been arrested on suspicion of faking her own death
"15.02.2017 13:58:54" news.sky.com The ties that bind Team Trump with Moscow Sky News takes a look at the timeline of relations between Moscow and the billionaire's key staff. Timeline: The ties that bind Team Trump with Moscow
"15.02.2017 13:31:00" news.sky.com Europe's 'final warning' to UK over pollution The UK has been given a "final warning" by the European Commission over breaches of air pollution limits. A "final warning" for the UK over air pollution
"15.02.2017 13:10:15" news.sky.com 'Hello Sydney': Guns N' Roses Melbourne mix-up It was less Paradise City and more Welcome To The Jungle for rock band Guns N' Roses after their Melbourne and Sydney mix-up. "Hello Sydney!" Guns N' Roses have been booed in Melbourne
"15.02.2017 11:30:00" news.sky.com Woman held over Kim brother's 'assassination' A woman has reportedly been arrested over the apparent assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's half-brother. A woman has been arrested over the death of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"15.02.2017 10:22:22" Did Kim Jong-Un order his half-brother's assassination? Kim Jong-Un's half-brother Kim Jong-Nam was killed in Malaysia - but was it a targeted assassination? A woman has been detained at Kuala Lumpur airport. Our Asia Correspondent Katie Stallard - Sky News was answering your questions live.
"15.02.2017 09:30:00" news.sky.com Hate crime at record levels after Brexit vote There is a warning that the situation may worsen when Britain begins negotiations towards officially leaving the European Union. Hate crime surged to record levels in the months after the Brexit vote, police figures show
"15.02.2017 09:00:02" news.sky.com Britain ready to help Gambia with 'new start' Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visits a country which he says is having an "extraordinary moment" under President Adama Barrow. Britain is ready to help The Gambia with its "new start", Boris Johnson says
"15.02.2017 08:31:13" news.sky.com Did 'paranoid' Kim order his half-brother's murder? If the North Korean leader ordered Kim Jong-Nam's assassination, would it be a sign of weakness, strength or paranoia? These CCTV images from Malaysian and South Korean media show an alleged suspect in the killing of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother. Pic: Malay Mail
"15.02.2017 08:30:00" news.sky.com Bad service costs companies £37bn in 2016 79% of people will avoid a brand or company if they have received poor service in the past, research from Ombudsmen Services finds Bad customer service cost companies £37bn in 2016
"15.02.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com 'Thrilled' cycling star Laura Kenny pregnant Mrs Kenny announces she is expecting her first baby in an Instagram picture of two adult bikes lined up next to a child's one. Cycling star Laura Kenny has announced she is pregnant with a picture of three bikes
"15.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Post mortem on Kim Jong-Un's half-brother Kim Jong-Nam was murdered by two female North Korean agents at Kuala Lumpur Airport, according to reports. A post mortem is due on the North Korean man believed to be Kim Jong-Un's half-brother
"15.02.2017 07:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Mad White House holds opportunity for Britain By Sam Kiley, Foreign Affairs Editor "The White House has become a mad house" writes our Foreign Affairs Editor in Sky Views
"15.02.2017 06:30:00" news.sky.com Football 'in denial' over dementia heading risk As a study finds signs of a link between heading a ball and dementia, a family of one ex-pro says he is paying the price. Heading and brain injury: A family says football is "in denial"
"15.02.2017 06:00:41" news.sky.com Ford 'in jet near-miss after landing error' The Hollywood star is said to have asked air traffic control: "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?" "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"
"14.02.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com Boy's death at Topshop involved display barrier The death of the 10-year-old, who has not yet been named, is being described by officers as unexplained but not suspicious. A boy died in Topshop after an incident involving a display barrier
"14.02.2017 21:32:10" news.sky.com Bake Off: 'Prue Leith to replace Mary Berry' Leith started off as corporate cook but has gone on to become one of Britain's best loved restaurateurs and food writers. Meet Mary Berry's reported replacement on Bake Off
"14.02.2017 21:00:03" news.sky.com 'Eroding trust' led to Flynn resignation: Spicer President Trump had been "very concerned" his national security adviser had misled the Vice President and others. The White House says "eroding trust" led to the resignation of Trump adviser Michael Flynn
"14.02.2017 20:30:00" news.sky.com May 'looks forward' to Trump's UK state visit Downing Street says the pair discussed a "range of issues" in a telephone call as part of their "regular engagement". Theresa May is 'looking forward' to Donald J. Trump's UK state visit
"14.02.2017 20:00:04" news.sky.com British Airways crews announce fresh strikes Cabin crew members are now due to walk out for eight days in total - four days starting on Friday and four the following week. British Airways passengers are facing more disruption
"14.02.2017 19:30:00" news.sky.com 'A number injured' after Oxford flats 'blast' A "number of people" have been injured after an explosion and the collapse of a block of flats in Oxford, police have said. A gas explosion in Oxford has destroyed four flats
"14.02.2017 19:00:05" news.sky.com Families attack Nuttall over Hillsborough claims A post on the UKIP leader's website says "close personal friends" died in the tragedy, but he has admitted that is not true. Victims' families are "appalled" at the UKIP leader over "cruel and callous" #Hillsborough claims
"14.02.2017 18:30:01" news.sky.com Keaton 'took chances' with McDonald's biopic Michael Keaton has told Sky News he enjoyed playing fast food icon Ray Kroc in new film The Founder because it was challenging. Michael Keaton, star of the new McDonald's biopic The Founder, says he wanted to "take chances" with the role
"14.02.2017 18:00:03" news.sky.com Nuttall denies 'close friends' died at Hillsborough A 2011 post on the UKIP leader's website says "close personal friends of mine lost their lives" - but he now denies the claim. UKIP's leader has said a claim on his website that he lost "close personal friends" in the Hillsborough tragedy is wrong
"14.02.2017 17:23:39" Trump adviser quits over claims he misled officials An adviser to Donald J. Trump has resigned after claims he misled the President's administration over his talks with Russia. What does Michael Flynn quitting mean for the President? Our US Correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter was answering your questions
"14.02.2017 17:02:13" news.sky.com 'Confused' car driver stuck on London steps Police say the driver has been issued with a warning for driving without due care but had not been arrested. A "confused" driver took a wrong turn in London and ended up getting the vehicle stuck on pedestrian steps
"14.02.2017 16:06:50" In 360°: Plastic spoiling Thai waters How plastic is spoiling Thailand's beautiful waters. Part of our Sky Ocean Rescue campaign
"14.02.2017 15:31:05" news.sky.com Applicant drink-drives to police job interview The job hunter "immediately raised concerns" after police staff detected the "overwhelming" odour of stale alcohol on his breath. A motorist has been disqualified from driving after turning up to a police job interview "well over" the drink-drive limit
"14.02.2017 15:10:00" news.sky.com The everyday devices at risk of cyber attacks Sky News - First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. Your fridge and kettle could be at risk of cyber attacks
"14.02.2017 14:41:10" news.sky.com Disney drops YouTuber over 'anti-Semitic' videos PewDiePie has been accused of anti-Semitism after posting a series of videos featuring Nazi imagery and jokes. Disney has cut ties with YouTube star PewDiePie after a series of anti-Semitic jokes and videos were posted on his channel
"14.02.2017 14:07:50" New cyber security centre opened by The Queen The Queen has oficially opened the National Cyber Security Centre in London, after it was revealed that 66% of British companies don't have enough specialists to deal with growing online threats.
Technology correspondent Tom Cheshire answered your
"14.02.2017 13:50:01" news.sky.com Playboy ditches no nudity rule to bare all again Playboy has announced it will bring back nudity, a year after it stopped printing pictures of naked women. Hugh Hefner's son has said the 2016 ban on naked imagery in Playboy was "entirely a mistake"
"14.02.2017 12:50:00" news.sky.com Commuters face 'up to eight times' more pollution Researchers found that people on tube trains with opening windows were exposed to the worst pollution, followed by bus users. Commuters on public transport are exposed to eight times more pollution than car users
"14.02.2017 12:21:01" news.sky.com Kim Jong-Un's half-brother 'assassinated' North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's half-brother has reportedly been assassinated in Malaysia. The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly been assassinated
"14.02.2017 11:51:00" news.sky.com Celebs to Government: Keep taking child refugees Celebrities say the Home Office's move to end a scheme to bring vulnerable children to the UK is "shameful" and "unacceptable". Benedict Cumberbatch and Gary Lineker have urged Theresa May not to end a scheme bringing lone child refugees to Britain
"14.02.2017 11:15:00" news.sky.com Fuel price rises send inflation up to 1.8% Inflation has climbed to its highest level since June 2014 as motorists face higher fuel bills and the supermarket price war grinds to a halt. Higher fuel bills have pushed inflation to its highest level since June 2014
"14.02.2017 10:40:09" news.sky.com Hugh Jackman has sixth skin cancer removed The Hollywood star had his first basal cell carcinoma removed in 2013 after his wife suggested he should get a mole checked. Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman posted a picture on Instagram after he had his sixth skin cancer removed
"14.02.2017 10:00:39" Russia's reaction Michael Flynn's resignation We're live looking at the reaction from Russia following the resignation of President Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn. He has come under fire over whether he had discussed the possibility of lifting US sanctions on Russia before Trump
"14.02.2017 09:43:06" news.sky.com UK fails to reach NATO defence spending target The UK has failed to spend 2% of GDP on defence, falling below NATO's minimum budget. The UK has failed to spend 2% of GDP on defence, falling below NATO's minimum budget
"14.02.2017 09:10:00" news.sky.com Govt: Trump should be given state visit The Government believes Donald Trump should "be extended the full courtesy of a state visit", the Foreign Office says. Donald J. Trump should "be extended the full courtesy of a state visit," the Foreign Office has said
"14.02.2017 08:39:47" news.sky.com 'Dear heart': Love letters from the trenches "You have been the best of wives and I loved you deeply," writes one WWI soldier, shortly before he is killed. "You have been the best of wives and I loved you deeply." The words from a love letter written by a World War One soldier.
"14.02.2017 08:01:00" news.sky.com Rolls-Royce reports record £4.6bn annual loss Engine maker Rolls-Royce has reported a record annual loss of £4.6bn for 2016. The loss was largely down to accounting charges linked to the slump in the pound, as well as fines totally £671 million
"14.02.2017 07:31:00" news.sky.com Boy, 10, dies after shop 'furniture' incident Police say the boy's death at the Oracle shopping centre in Reading is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious. A 10-year-old boy has died after suffering severe head injuries in an incident at a branch of Topshop
"14.02.2017 07:01:01" news.sky.com Call to end 'Russian roulette' of MenB vaccine Grieving parents say the Government is unfairly restricting access to the meningococcal B vaccine. The Meningitis Research Foundation is campaigning for all children under five to be eligible for vaccination
"14.02.2017 06:31:00" news.sky.com UK firms 'understaffed' in face of cyber threat A study says that the global shortfall of cyber security workers will reach 1.8 million in the next five years. UK companies are "chronically understaffed" to deal with online threats
"14.02.2017 06:15:00" news.sky.com Gambia to rejoin Commonwealth after four years Adama Barrow, the new president of The Gambia, says he wants to rekindle ties with the United Kingdom. The Gambia is to rejoin The Commonwealth within months - after four years outside the group of 52 states
"14.02.2017 05:10:36" news.sky.com Trump security adviser quits over Russia talks National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after claims he misled the Trump administration over his talks with Russia. Donald J. Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after claims he misled the administration over his talks with Russia
"13.02.2017 22:30:01" news.sky.com Civil Service 'not fit' for Brexit talks Lord Kerslake says he has "serious concerns" as Whitehall is still reducing staff numbers "dramatically". Britain's Civil Service is not ready to negotiate #Brexit, says its former boss Lord Kerslake
"13.02.2017 22:00:00" news.sky.com Retail spending growth weakened in January Visa reports face-to-face spending has dropped at its quickest rate in four years as Britons choose to shop online. Face-to-face retail spending has dropped at its quickest rate in four years
"13.02.2017 21:30:00" news.sky.com Renewed pressure on Bercow as speech emerges New questions about the Speaker's independence may be raised after he is filmed saying a second referendum is "for the birds". There's more pressure on Commons Speaker John Bercow after comments he made about #Brexit in October
"13.02.2017 21:26:52" Trudeau visits Trump in Washington Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump have spoken together in Washington after a day of meetings between the two leaders. They are known for largely opposing views, so what did we learn about their relationship today? Post your questions below for
"13.02.2017 21:00:10" news.sky.com Trudeau tells Trump: Refugees welcome in Canada The President said "you can never be totally confident" when asked if he thought he was confident the US-Canada border was secure. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau tells Donald J. Trump: Refugees are welcome in Canada
"13.02.2017 20:17:42" news.sky.com Cutting prison numbers is 'dangerous quick fix' The Justice Secretary says in a major speech that cutting sentences is not the answer to prison overcrowding. Cutting prison sentences is not the answer to reduce the prison population, the Justice Secretary says
"13.02.2017 19:30:00" news.sky.com Speak up, move cash: Bank in voice app first Biometric authentication could eliminate the need for complicated passwords, relying instead on voice, eye and face recognition. This is the first UK banking app to feature voice commands
"13.02.2017 19:00:00" news.sky.com 'UK growth to slow due to impact of Brexit' Updating its British growth forecasts, the Commission says leaving the EU will weigh on the UK economy over the next two years. The UK economy will see slower growth over the next two years due to #Brexit, the European Commission says
"13.02.2017 18:30:00" news.sky.com Brexit pumps up prices for speaker firm Sonos The sound system maker blamed a "significant change" in the exchange rate in recent months as it became the latest to hike prices. Sonos speakers are going up in price in the UK
"13.02.2017 18:00:07" news.sky.com At least 32 dead after tour bus flips in Taiwan Many others were injured when the vehicle turned over on a ramp near Taipei, reportedly trapping numerous passengers inside. At least 32 people have died after a tour bus crashed in Taiwan
"13.02.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Fashion statement: Sam Cam launches own label The 36 pieces in the collection created by the stylish wife of former prime minister David Cameron include a £110 T-shirt. Sam Cam is making clothes for "busy women"
"13.02.2017 17:01:31" Sky Ocean Rescue Man-made cancer-causing chemicals have been found in the depths of the Pacific Ocean #OceanRescue
"13.02.2017 16:30:00" Ex-prisoner reveals Syria jail torture This woman says she witnessed torture in a Syrian government jail
"13.02.2017 16:02:38" news.sky.com Tory MP lashes out at Ken Loach's 'drivel' Tim Loughton's tweet that his night at the BAFTA was marred by the director's attack on the Government sparks a Twitter row. A Tory MP has lashed out at film director for "the usual predictable drivel"
"13.02.2017 15:30:42" news.sky.com Video captures mass brawl at Wetherspoon pub A witness tells Sky News the pub fight involving around 50 men was "like watching football hooligans going at each other". Around 50 people have been filmed fighting in a Wetherspoon's
"13.02.2017 15:01:02" news.sky.com Moonlighting singer Al Jarreau dies aged 76 The acclaimed artist, who won seven Grammys in a 50-year career, is surrounded by family as he dies after a short illness. Acclaimed jazz and soul singer Al Jarreau has died, aged 76
"13.02.2017 14:31:00" news.sky.com Fund for orphaned children raises £120k Luke, Hannah and Oliver Bennet have described the support from friends, family and members of the public as "overwhelming". Fund for children of couple who died of cancer in same week raises £120k
"13.02.2017 14:01:01" news.sky.com Huge bushfire destroys tiny Australian community The bushfire was described as so "extraordinarily destructive" it created its own thunderstorm with lightning. A bushfire that created its own thunderstorm destroys tiny Australian community
"13.02.2017 13:31:00" news.sky.com Union calls off Tube strike threat after deal Union officials said they now expected to see "rapid improvement" in safety standards on the Underground. Union officials have called off the threat of further industrial action on the London Underground
"13.02.2017 13:01:01" news.sky.com Joe Root named new England Test captain Joe Root has been named as England's new Test cricket captain, succeeding Alastair Cook, who stepped down last week after four years in the job. Joe Root has been named as England's new Test cricket captain
"13.02.2017 12:40:05" news.sky.com Four dead in avalanche near French ski resort At least four people have been killed and nine others swept away in an avalanche near a major ski resort in the French Alps. Two people have been pulled out alive from beneath the snowslide which hit an off-piste area near the ski resort of Tignes
"13.02.2017 12:31:01" news.sky.com Historic church destroyed by fire Flames ravaged the roof of the Church of the Ascension in Salford, which was built in 1869 and still used as a place of worship. A 19th century Grade II-listed church has been destroyed by fire in Salford
"13.02.2017 11:57:39" news.sky.com Adele sweeps Grammys as Bowie also honoured The British singer paid tribute to the late George Michael and competitor Beyonce as she accepted the night's biggest awards. Adele took home five gongs including best album, record and song
"13.02.2017 10:03:18" Sky Ocean Rescue Out of 200 councils that responded to a Freedom of Information Act request, just 12 confirmed that they considered it mandatory for households
"13.02.2017 08:31:01" news.sky.com Pensioner, 81, raped after getting off bus A man is due to appear before magistrates accused of raping the 81-year-old after she got off the bus in south London. An 81-year-old woman was raped by a man who followed her after she got off a bus on a busy road in south London
"13.02.2017 08:01:00" news.sky.com Co-op Bank lists itself for sale The bank, which is in the middle of a turnaround plan, says it needs to raise funds in order to meet its 'capital requirements'. The The Co-operative Bank has put itself up for sale
"13.02.2017 07:31:00" news.sky.com OAP incomes overtake those of working age Typical pensioner households are now £20 a week better off than their working age counterparts, a report finds. Pensioner households are now earning more than their working age equivalents
"13.02.2017 07:01:00" news.sky.com Met Police 'want more firearms specialists' The rank-and-file of Britain's largest police force take part in a survey to gauge attitudes towards the use of firearms. However, there is little support across the force's ranks for routinely carrying guns while on duty
"13.02.2017 06:38:13" Ken Loach at the BAFTAs Ken Loach used his BAFTA acceptance speech to attack the "disgraceful" and "callous brutality" of Theresa May's government
"13.02.2017 06:31:01" news.sky.com La La Land waltzes off with five BAFTAs British talent beat tough US competition in some categories, with Dev Patel winning best supporting actor for his role in Lion. The escapist musical La La Land has continued its runaway success of the season at the BAFTAs
"13.02.2017 06:04:01" news.sky.com Urgent evacuation at America's tallest dam At least 130,000 people in California are told to evacuate over concerns "a failure of the structure" could be imminent. Water has started flowing over the sides of an emergency spillway at the 230m-high Lake Oroville Dam
"13.02.2017 05:43:44" news.sky.com Five for 25: Adele wins big at the Grammys Adele has won best album, record and song of the year at the star-studded Grammy music awards show in Los Angeles. Adele has won best album, record and song of the year at the star-studded Grammy music awards show in Los Angeles
"12.02.2017 20:45:02" news.sky.com Man tweets Potter book line-by-line to Morgan Simon Key's messages came after the journalist got into a Twitter spat with JK Rowling over his comments on the Trump travel ban. A bookshop owner has been tweeting every line of the first Harry Potter book to Piers Morgan, following a Twitter spat with JK Rowling
"12.02.2017 20:15:00" news.sky.com Man caught by bell rope winched to safety The fire service rescues a visitor to Worcester Cathedral who was hurt after being pulled into the air in the bell tower. A man whose foot was caught in a rope in a cathedral's bell tower and pulled into the air has been winched to safety
"12.02.2017 19:35:24" Rare books stolen in 'Mission: Impossible heist' Around 160 rare books worth more than £2m have been stolen in a Mission: Impossible-style heist
"12.02.2017 18:47:51" news.sky.com US band's tour bus rammed by lorry in Poland The band, who have released six studio albums, are best known for their intense and often controversial live performances. Thirteen people have been injured in a road crash involving the US band The Dillinger Escape Plan
"12.02.2017 17:49:25" The BAFTAs 2017 - on the red carpet Nicole Kidman, Emma Stone and Dev Patel spoke to us on the red carpet for tonight's BAFTAs.
Entertainment Correspondent Katie Spencer spoke to the actors, actresses and directors, and also answered your questions about the awards ceremony.
"12.02.2017 17:00:07" news.sky.com LIVE: Film stars arrive for BAFTA awards Follow the fortunes of the stars and the year's biggest movies at the British film industry's most important awards night. For the latest on tonight's BAFTA awards, follow our live blog
"12.02.2017 16:31:30" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Our highlights from today's Sophy #Ridge on Sunday, including Labour's Chuka Umunna, Brexit and our first MPTV feature with Jacob Rees-Mogg and Jess Phillips Highlights from today's Sophy Ridge on Sunday #Ridge
"12.02.2017 16:30:01" news.sky.com Bercow 'no longer impartial', Tory MP insists A Tory MP says he thinks John Bercow will lose a no confidence vote, but Labour backs the beleaguered Speaker. A Tory backbench MP has said it is not possible for Commons Speaker John Bercow to act impartially during Brexit debates
"12.02.2017 15:59:52" news.sky.com La La Land hopes to waltz away with 11 BAFTAs The musical leads the nominations, but grittier films such as I, Daniel Blake have a good chance of winning big awards tonight. Here's a look at the films that are set to win awards at tonight's BAFTAs
"12.02.2017 15:00:12" news.sky.com Rolls-Royce plans crewless ships by 2020 Tugboats and ferries are being developed first, with international cargo ships expected to follow later. Rolls-Royce's first fleet of crewless ships will set sail by 2020
"12.02.2017 14:19:50" news.sky.com Rare books taken in 'Mission: Impossible heist' Raiders are believed to have escaped with over 160 publications after breaking into a warehouse from the roof and abseiling down. More than £2m worth of antique books were stolen from a warehouse in a heist likened to the Mission: Impossible movies
"12.02.2017 13:42:41" Hamburg Airport evacuated after unknown toxin spreads The latest pictures from Hamburg Airport where people have been evacuated after an unknown toxin spread through its air conditioning system.
Emergency services have said it is not a terrorist incident and 68 people have been treated.
"12.02.2017 13:39:22" news.sky.com Airport evacuated after toxins cause injuries Hamburg Airport has been evacuated after 33 people were hurt by an unknown toxin which spread through its air conditioning system. More than 30 people have been hurt by an unknown toxin at Hamburg Airport
"12.02.2017 13:18:46" Sky Ocean Rescue Plastic-free aisles in supermarkets and biodegradeable food packaging - could they help combat plastic pollution? One charity believes so #OceanRescue How supermarkets could tackle plastic pollution #OceanRescue
"12.02.2017 12:41:42" Sophy Ridge on Sunday One of our favourite parts from new #Ridge feature - #MPTV - was Jess Phillips and Jacob Rees-Mogg discussing which of them is part of the liberal elite Westminster's unlikely political coalition watch and discuss the latest headlines in #MPTV, a new Sophy Ridge on Sunday feature
"12.02.2017 11:29:14" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Sophy Ridge was live talking about today's show, including reaction on Chuka Umunna's interview, the latest in the Brexit debate and our new feature - MPTV.
"12.02.2017 10:45:01" news.sky.com Homophobia 'should merit stadium ban' Football clubs are singled out in a scathing report, including one where homophobic leaflets were reportedly handed out. Fans who hurl homophobic abuse should be handed immediate and "lengthy" stadium bans, a group of MPs have said
"12.02.2017 10:01:05" news.sky.com Hunt for Hitler impersonator in Austria The man, who has been spotted in Braunau am Inn, faces arrest because glorifying Hitler is a criminal offence in Austria. Austrian authorities are investigating reports of a man appearing in public as Adolf Hitler
"12.02.2017 09:00:10" news.sky.com Woman weighing 500kg flown to India for surgery A crane was used to lift Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty into hospital after she was flown from Egypt to Mumbai to start her treatment. An Egyptian woman weighing 78st has been flown to India in a cargo plane to begin a series of weight reduction surgeries
"12.02.2017 08:26:40" news.sky.com US '100%' behind Japan after N Korea fires missile Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe are united in their condemnation of the "provocation to test the response" from the new US President. President Trump has said the US stands fully behind Japan in the aftermath of North Korea's latest missile launch
"11.02.2017 20:00:01" news.sky.com Falconio murder: girlfriend hunts for body Joanne Lees says she had to run to escape from killer Bradley Murdoch or she would have been raped or killed. The girlfriend of murdered British backpacker has returned to Australia for the first time in 15 years to try to find his body
"11.02.2017 19:00:03" news.sky.com Juncker doubts EU unity in Brexit talks The European Commission president says Britain can not negotiate its own trade deals as long as it remains an EU member. The European Commission president has doubts that EU countries will be able to maintain a united front during Brexit negotiations
"11.02.2017 18:00:12" news.sky.com Another 240 whales stranded in New Zealand The news is a setback for volunteers trying to save whales from a group of more than 400 that got into difficulty on Friday. More whales have stranded themselves off New Zealand's South Island
"11.02.2017 17:00:08" news.sky.com Thousands demand PM rethinks child refugee plan Lord Dubs, who led the campaign to help child refugees, has described the Government's move as "a very shabby cop-out". A petition more than 44,000 signatures, calling for Britain to continue to provide a safe place for lone child refugees, has been handed in to Number 10
"11.02.2017 16:32:46" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Watch back: Sophy Ridge previews tomorrow's show, which is on Sky News every Sunday at 10am.
She'll be discussing Labour's Brexit crisis and the battle in the House of Lords over Article 50, as well as a new feature on the show called MP TV. Here's what's coming up on tomorrow's Sophy Ridge on Sunday - send Sophy your questions.
"11.02.2017 16:01:57" news.sky.com Price of fish and chips may rise amid dispute Icelandic fishermen want a larger share of their catch value, as cod and haddock stocks drop at Grimsby fish market by 50%. The cost of fish and chips could go up over a dispute with Icelandic fishermen
"11.02.2017 15:15:01" news.sky.com UKIP leader moves house over safety fears UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has been forced to move house over fears for his personal safety ahead of a by-election, his party has said. UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has moved out of his house in Stoke because of hate mail, trespassing and people trying to get into the house
"11.02.2017 14:27:11" Viola Davis on diversity in Hollywood "People of colour are refusing to put Hollywood in the driver's seat," BAFTA-nominated actress Viola Davis has told Sky News Presenter Gillian Joseph
"11.02.2017 13:45:01" news.sky.com Supermarkets urged to reduce 'toxic' packaging Only 12% of the 300 million tons of plastic produced globally each year can be recycled, says a marine conservation charity. Supermarkets are being urged to make one aisle in each store plastic-free to reduce the amount of packaging that ends up in the sea
"11.02.2017 13:00:07" news.sky.com UK braced for snow and freezing temperatures Up to 10cm of snow is forecast on higher ground as temperatures hover just above freezing for much of the weekend. Up to 15cm of snow is possible in some parts of the country today
"11.02.2017 12:15:12" President Trump: We will win travel ban battle "We will win that battle," says President Donald J. Trump over his suspended travel ban. But even if he doesn't, he explained he may sign a new order on Monday to revive it.
"11.02.2017 11:25:34" Parks under threat over budget cuts Some of Britain's public parks have suffered a cut of up to 97% in management budgets and are now at a tipping point.
Sky News Correspondent Becky Johnson answered your questions from Lickey Hills Country Park in Birmingham.
"11.02.2017 10:58:58" news.sky.com Apple boss: Fake news 'killing people's minds' Tim Cook calls for a "massive campaign" to fight fake news as rapper Drake reveals he has been a victim of the scourge. Fake news is "killing people's minds," Apple boss Tim Cook has said
"11.02.2017 08:45:00" news.sky.com Trump: 'A lot of options' to revive travel ban The President says he is considering a "brand new" executive order to ensure his controversial travel ban is back in force soon. President Donald J. Trump may sign a "brand new" executive order to revive his travel ban
"11.02.2017 07:57:10" news.sky.com Woman's lost wedding dress appeal goes viral A dry cleaners in Edinburgh lost Tess Newall's beloved wedding gown, which was made by her great-great-grandmother back in 1870. A Facebook appeal to reunite a newly married woman with her lost wedding dress has gone viral
"10.02.2017 22:45:01" news.sky.com 122 die as police in Brazil strike over pay Public services are shut down and scores are dying in the street as police strike for a seventh day over pay. Some 122 people have been killed in the Brazilian state of Espirito Santo as police strikes enter their seventh day
"10.02.2017 22:35:00" news.sky.com Liverpool bans Sun journalists over Hillsborough The tabloid says the ban, which follows talks between the club's owners and campaigners, is "bad for fans". Liverpool FC have banned The Sun from their stadium and training ground over the newspaper's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster
"10.02.2017 22:23:00" news.sky.com Many dead in football stadium stampede A medical official says the fans were crushed as crowds tried to get into a stadium to watch two local teams in Angola. At least 17 people have died and dozens have been injured in a stampede at an Angolan football stadium
"10.02.2017 22:10:46" news.sky.com Under Armour slammed by star over Trump support 'The Rock' lays into one of his sponsors after its CEO calls Donald Trump a "real asset for the country". Dwayne The Rock Johnson is the latest star to criticise Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank over his support for Donald J. Trump
"10.02.2017 21:00:00" news.sky.com Trump on travel ban: 'I'll win in court' The US president says his administration will be announcing additional security measures next week. Donald J. Trump says he has "no doubt" he will win in court over his travel ban and promises extra security steps coming "rapidly"
"10.02.2017 20:29:00" news.sky.com Entire fleet of UK attack subs out of action An MOD source says the subs are "operationally capable", but none of the seven-ship fleet is currently out on duty. The Royal Navy's entire fleet of hunter-killer submarines is out of action
"10.02.2017 19:59:12" news.sky.com Poland's PM injured after 'car hits her convoy' The Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo has been hurt in a car accident near the city of Krakow. The Polish prime minister has been hurt in a car accident near the city of Krakow
"10.02.2017 18:45:00" news.sky.com Sportswear firm trolls racists with refund offer Nebbia says customers who criticised an advert with a black model can have their money back - but the offer comes with a catch. A sportswear company has told customers who complained about an advert featuring a black bodybuilder they can have a refund – if they email an address which reads: "I am racist"
"10.02.2017 18:15:01" news.sky.com Corden 'shaking' ahead of big Grammys gig The British star takes another big step in his US career but says hosting the show is the most nerve-wracking thing he has done. James Corden has said he is "shaking" ahead of hosting America's prestigious Grammy music awards for the first time
"10.02.2017 17:50:27" news.sky.com Clinton and Conway in travel ban Twitter spat Ms Conway responds to the former Democratic candidate's post by reminding her of three key states that lost her the election. Hillary Clinton and Kellyanne Conway have become embroiled in a Twitter spat over Donald J. Trump's travel ban
"10.02.2017 16:57:05" What makes women good dancers? Is there a secret to the dance floor? Researchers may have discovered the way to turn heads as a woman on the dance floor - and it turns out it is all in the hips. Sky's Rebecca Williams is live - post your questions in the comments.
"10.02.2017 15:59:39" 'First' British woman to fight Islamic State Meet the 'first' British woman to fight Islamic State on the frontline
"10.02.2017 15:10:01" news.sky.com Cocaine worth £50m washes up on UK beaches Cocaine worth an estimated street value of £50m has washed up on two Norfolk beaches, the National Crime Agency has revealed. Cocaine worth an estimated street value of £50m has washed up on two Norfolk beaches
"10.02.2017 14:35:13" news.sky.com Palmer-Tomkinson 'died peacefully in sleep' The famous socialite's sister has also shared a message - paying tribute to her "darling sister". Tara Palmer-Tomkinson died peacefully in her sleep, her family has revealed
"10.02.2017 14:00:53" news.sky.com Corrie McKeague: Police to search landfill site in Cambridgeshire The 23-year-old gunner, who was stationed at RAF Honington in Suffolk, vanished on a night out with friends more than four months ago. Detectives looking for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague are planning to search a landfill site in Cambridgeshire
"10.02.2017 13:30:00" news.sky.com Scientists say it's all in the hips Hip swinging, asymmetric leg movements and a bit of arm action are the key moves for any woman wanting to wow on the dance floor. What makes women good dancers?
"10.02.2017 12:52:00" news.sky.com British Gas extends energy bill price freeze as rivals put up tariffs The UK's biggest energy supplier said it would leave standard tariffs on hold until August - despite rivals announcing increases. British Gas puts energy prices on hold until August -- as Scottish Power announces increases
"10.02.2017 11:51:49" Rescuers race to save stranded whales Rescuers race to save whales which have been stranded on a beach in New Zealand
"10.02.2017 11:09:56" news.sky.com Prince's high-security vault of unreleased tracks bought by Universal Songs locked up at the musician's home could be a treasure trove for fans of the Purple Rain star, who died last year. Prince's fans may soon be able to hear his unreleased demos and live recordings
"10.02.2017 10:39:16" news.sky.com Missing Canadian man 'walked' to Brazil Anton Pilipa is thought to have made much of the 10,000-mile journey on foot
"10.02.2017 10:00:44" Philippines Drug War President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war in the Philippines has seen more than 7,000 people killed in the seven months since he came to power.
A man who survived a police drug operation, in which four of his friends were shot dead, will soon testify against
"10.02.2017 09:37:47" news.sky.com Failing to indicate clearly tops list of worst UK driver habits Middle lane hoggers, inconsiderate parking and drivers who use their horn too much are named in a poll of irritating behaviour. What drives you mad about driving?
"10.02.2017 09:03:17" news.sky.com Four children and a man in hospital after Withington fire Four children and a man have been taken to hospital after a fire at a house in Withington, Greater Manchester. The cause of the fire is being investigated
"10.02.2017 08:36:58" The Pledge The stigma about mental health is "literally killing people," says Michelle Dewberry as she opens up about her battle with depression #ThePledge Michelle Dewberry says she is speaking out because of the "stigma" attached to mental health issues
"10.02.2017 08:00:10" news.sky.com George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins, Matt Damon confirms Hollywood's golden couple, who married in Venice back in 2014, will be "awesome parents", says friend Matt Damon. The rumours are apparently true
"10.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com One in five buy wrong rail ticket at machines: regulator The Office of Rail and Road found a lack of information at ticket machines and said those who overpay should be refunded. Train ticket machines are baffling some passengers
"10.02.2017 07:02:51" news.sky.com Ingredients to make one billion ecstasy pills found in lorry Police found thousands of litres of chemicals in a lorry parked in The Netherlands, which is a major source of the Class A drug. Was this lorry being used as a storage facility for an ecstasy laboratory?
"10.02.2017 06:33:02" news.sky.com Brave mascot Bradley Lowery falls asleep cuddling his hero Jermain Defoe The five-year-old, who has terminal cancer, is cheered up when players from his team Sunderland visit him in hospital. This brave little boy who has terminal cancer was "cheered up after having some very special visitors"
"10.02.2017 06:00:01" Filipino prisons at breaking point President Duterte's war on drugs has been raging for seven months, and has resulted in the deaths of more than 7,000 people
"09.02.2017 23:51:24" news.sky.com See you in court: Trump loses travel ban appeal A US appeals court has upheld the suspension of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban. Three judges have refused to reinstate Donald J. Trump's travel ban, with the President tweeting: "SEE YOU IN COURT, THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT STAKE!"
"09.02.2017 22:20:01" news.sky.com Policing Trump state visit 'challenging' - Met The UK's top police officer tells Sky News it is his force's job to keep the US President safe during the expected demonstrations. Britain's top cop says policing the expected protests during Donald J. Trump's UK visit will be a challenge
"09.02.2017 21:49:20" news.sky.com Bullet-proof barrier to encircle Eiffel Tower The new anti-terror measure is scheduled for the autumn and comes with a €20m (£17m) price tag. A two-and-a-half metre high glass security barrier is to be constructed around Paris' most recognisable landmark
"09.02.2017 21:18:00" Crisis in the NHS: Social media reaction We spent the day examining the state of the NHS.
Here's what people made of our #CrisisInTheNHS coverage.
"09.02.2017 20:57:04" The Pledge "People coming from other countries aren't the reason why people are stacked up in hospital corridors," says Graeme Le Saux in a debate on health tourism #ThePledge The Pledge panel debate whether it's time to charge tourists to use the NHS
"09.02.2017 20:35:30" The Pledge The stigma about mental health is "literally killing people," says Michelle Dewberry as she opens up about her battle with depression #ThePledge Is there still a stigma attached to mental health issues? The Pledge panel discuss the topic on tonight's show.
"09.02.2017 20:25:05" The Pledge "Stop trying to interfere," says Michelle Dewberry in light of the #FreeMelania movement about the First Lady and her relationship with President Trump #ThePledge Is the #FreeMelania movement a load of nonsense? Up next on The Pledge.
"09.02.2017 20:09:12" The Pledge "John Bercow has to do something outside the box," says Rachel Johnson on the Commons Speaker 'strongly' vetoing President Trump's address to Parliament #ThePledge Was Commons Speaker John Bercow right to criticise President Trump? The Pledge panel debate the issue on tonight's show.
"09.02.2017 19:23:46" Crisis in the NHS There's a #CrisisInTheNHS.
Here's a round-up of all our coverage from today.
"09.02.2017 18:30:15" Speaker vetoes Trump addressing Parliament A no confidence motion has been filed against Commons Speaker John Bercow after saying that he would oppose Donald J. Trump addressing parliament
This is what he said
"09.02.2017 18:10:23" The Pledge Rachel Johnson agrees with 69% of people in a Sky Data poll that thought people often use NHS services unnecessarily #CrisisInTheNHS Are people unnecessarily using NHS services? The Pledge panellist Rachel Johnson discusses the #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 17:53:25" NHS Crisis Are doctors under too much pressure in the NHS? Sky's Rebecca Williams is live at a hospital in Bournemouth - post your questions in the comments. #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 17:12:54" A patient's journey through an NHS in crisis What is it like to be a patient when there is #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 16:32:35" Pressure on NHS call centres The NHS has suffered its worst month on record, but what affect is this having on emergency call centres? Sky's Laura Bundock is live from a call centre in Norwich speaking to staff to find out what they do and the pressure they're under.
"09.02.2017 16:30:00" Sake chokes on ball This snake had its life saved after choking on a ball
"09.02.2017 16:01:35" Trapped lion rescue Crowds cheered after this lion was eventually rescued
"09.02.2017 15:40:32" The Pledge Carole Malone speaks out about the #CrisisInTheNHS, and thinks our health service needs to be "totally overhauled" #ThePledge The Pledge panellist Carole Malone has her say on the #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 15:03:24" Political update Brexit negotiations, possible Labour resignations and #CrisisInTheNHS. Sky's Political Editor Faisal Islam is live in Downing Street with the latest. Post your questions in the comments below.
"09.02.2017 14:59:05" news.sky.com Rochdale child sex groomers facing deportation Four men jailed for grooming girls with drink and drugs have lost an appeal against being stripped of their British citizenship. Four members of the Rochdale child sex abuse gang are facing deportation after losing an appeal to remain in the UK
"09.02.2017 14:24:34" news.sky.com Abandoned Rio Olympic pool turns murky orange The buzz and excitement of the games is long gone as some of the venues are pictured abandoned and neglected. From green to orange: What the Rio Olympics pool looks like now
"09.02.2017 14:13:11" Worst figures on record for the NHS The NHS in England is failing to hit its targets in A&E, cancer departments and for trolley waits. Sky's Health Correspondent Thomas Moore is at Milton Keynes University Hospital answering your questions. Please post them in the comments below.
"09.02.2017 13:43:30" news.sky.com What Jane Austen's Mr Darcy would have really looked like Academics have come up with a historically accurate portrait of Jane Austen's romantic hero - and he was not dark and handsome. Forget Colin Firth ...
"09.02.2017 13:13:33" news.sky.com Jeremy Corbyn dismisses quit date claims as Facebook nonsense Jeremy Corbyn makes accusations of "fake news" after he is asked about his leadership and divisions in Labour. Jeremy Corbyn rejects claims that The Labour Party is "hopelessly divided" and denies rumours he's planning to step down
"09.02.2017 12:42:50" news.sky.com Blast at French nuclear plant on Channel coast Several people have suffered "intoxication" after an explosion at a French nuclear power plant on the English Channel coast. "It is a significant technical event but it is not a nuclear accident"
"09.02.2017 11:41:11" Worst figures on record for NHS England Figures show that December was the worst month on record for NHS England #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 10:41:40" news.sky.com Bus carrying pupils overturns near school A bus carrying pupils has overturned near a school, according to police. Two pupils have been taken to hospital after a bus overturned with around 50 children on board
"09.02.2017 10:11:18" Comparing an Urgent Care Centre to A&E We've been to Rochdale Infirmary's Urgent Care Centre to find out how it works differently to an A&E department. Sky's Tom Parmenter has been speaking to patients and staff and answering your questions.
"09.02.2017 09:27:13" news.sky.com LIVE: A day in the life of crisis-hit NHS UPDATE: December's A&E waiting figures are the worst on record
Keep up to date with the latest from Sky's correspondents in hospitals across the country as wards struggle with the latest winter crisis #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 08:39:57" news.sky.com Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick hits out at President Neil Gorsuch describes the President's comments against travel ban judge James Robarts as "demoralising". A judge President Donald J. Trump wants to appoint to America's top court has criticised his attacks on the judiciary
"09.02.2017 08:01:00" The true cost of your operation Even for relatively simple procedures, the bills for the NHS can really pile up quick #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 07:44:46" news.sky.com 'Millennial' men falling behind on pay as they shift to lower paid work The pay gap between younger men and women is narrowing but only because men are earning less, according to a think-tank study. Men aged between 22 and 30 are earning thousands less than the previous generation - study
"09.02.2017 07:01:00" Nuisance 999 calls Scary hedgehogs, slippery shampoo bottles and lifts to Wolverhampton town centre - the emergency services get a lot of nuisance calls #CrisisInTheNHS
"09.02.2017 06:30:51" news.sky.com Met Office warns of temperatures 5C colder than normal Older people have been urged to take precautions against sleet, snow and an unseasonable cold spell. The cold spell returns - with warnings of snow, sleet and ice across the UK
"09.02.2017 05:59:34" news.sky.com NHS crisis: Public back tax rises to boost care A poll for Sky News shows people believe the National Health Service is getting worse and will continue to deteriorate. More than two-thirds of the public would back an increase in income tax if the money was spent on the NHS - Sky News poll
"08.02.2017 21:55:14" news.sky.com Corbyn loses another frontbencher to Brexit The shadow business secretary defies the party whip to vote against the bill triggering the process of leaving the European Union. Shadow business secretary Clive Lewis has resigned from Labour's shadow cabinet
"08.02.2017 21:32:07" news.sky.com US state considers firing squad for excecutions Electrocution and gas chamber are also being considered as additional methods, should new lethal injection drugs become illegal. Death by firing squad, electrocution and gas chamber are being considered as new execution methods in Mississippi
"08.02.2017 20:43:09" news.sky.com MPs approve triggering of Article 50 MPs have approved the bill giving Theresa May permission to trigger Brexit – on another night of Labour resignations. MPs have approved the bill giving Theresa May permission to trigger Brexit
"08.02.2017 19:55:51" news.sky.com Bomb squad search garden of massacre plotter Officers are investigating whether potentially dangerous items were buried at the former home of Liam Lyburd. Bomb disposal experts are searching the garden of a man who planned a massacre at his former college in Newcastle
"08.02.2017 19:11:04" news.sky.com Girl rescued after eight hours stuck in well After several failed rescue attempts, emergency services have to resort to dismantling the well. A 12-year-old girl who fell down a well in China was finally rescued after eight hours and several failed attempts
"08.02.2017 18:26:19" Tara Palmer-Tomkinson: Through the years Tara Palmer-Tomkinson has died aged 45.
Here's a look back at the TV personality's life in pictures.
"08.02.2017 18:05:14" news.sky.com Russia detains 'hackers' after bank accounts hit Russian hackers are accused of targeting the US election, but experts say most of their crimes are financial. Nine people have been detained in Russia accused of stealing about one billion rubles from bank accounts since 2013
"08.02.2017 16:43:13" news.sky.com Six Red Cross workers killed by 'IS gunmen' Two other staff members go missing as they carry supplies to the part of the country hit by deadly snow storms and avalanches. At least six Red Cross workers have been killed by suspected Islamic State gunmen in northern Afghanistan
"08.02.2017 16:10:17" Sky Ocean Rescue The plastics we throw away are hurting hurting sea life
To help protect our oceans, head to www.skyoceanrescue.com #OceanRescue The plastics we throw away are a direct threat to innocent sea life
To help protect our oceans head to www.skyoceanrescue.com #OceanRescue
"08.02.2017 16:07:47" news.sky.com Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson found dead Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, who had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, has been found dead at her home, sources say. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, who had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, has died aged 45
"08.02.2017 16:00:00" Police body cameras Sky News gained exclusive access to frontline police using body cameras as the devices are rolled out around the UK
"08.02.2017 14:46:14" PM accused of cutting Surrey social care deal Jeremy Corbyn accuses the Government of doing a deal with Surrey County Council to drop its plans to hold a referendum to raise council tax by 15% to pay for social care.
The PM failed to answer the question - despite being asked a number of times.
"08.02.2017 14:29:32" NHS day Tomorrow we will providing a full day of special coverage on the NHS
"08.02.2017 13:39:03" Rape case reform in the UK A rape victim says being asked about her sexual history in court was 'as traumatic as being raped' – as an MP calls for the practice to stop
"08.02.2017 11:59:57" PMQs : Weds 8th February Watch back: Theresa May takes questions from MPs in the House of Commons for Prime Minister's Questions
"08.02.2017 11:37:07" news.sky.com Hollywood legend Mel Brooks is to receive BAFTA's highest honour The legendary director of The Producers and Young Frankenstein jokes that BAFTA made an "ultimately wise decision". He's won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony and now...
"08.02.2017 11:04:49" news.sky.com Unmarried woman entitled to late-partner's pension, court rules The Supreme Court ruling extends the rights of unmarried cohabitees and could have implications for all pension schemes. This case could have implications for the pension rights of many unmarried couples
"08.02.2017 10:39:25" news.sky.com Christie Brinkley poses for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue aged 63 The model thanks the magazine for sending a "powerful message" that women "do not come with an expiration date". "Age is nothing more than a number" says 63-year-old model Christie Brinkley
"08.02.2017 10:08:29" news.sky.com Battlestar Galactica actor Richard Hatch dies at 71 Richard Hatch played Captain Apollo in the original series and also appeared in hit TV series in the 1970s and 1980s. TV star Richard Hatch has died of pancreatic cancer. He was 71.
"08.02.2017 09:36:38" Russia decriminalises domestic violence President Putin has signed a controversial new law to decriminalise domestic violence. Sky's Russia Correspondent John Sparks tell us what the changes mean and has been answering your questions.
"08.02.2017 08:53:02" news.sky.com Shift work and physically demanding jobs linked to lower fertility in women - study Researchers found women whose work involved heavy lifting, and those working evening or night shifts, had a lower reserve of eggs. A warning to working women who're looking to start a family or have more children
"08.02.2017 08:05:49" Syrian family's second chance at a US future Meet the Syrian family looking forward to a new life in the US after beating President Donald J. Trump's travel ban
"08.02.2017 07:40:40" news.sky.com Overdraft charges by banks higher than those from payday lenders: report Which? calls for action to tackle "punitive" charges that can be levied by banks for customers who unexpectedly go into the red. How an unauthorised bank overdraft could cost up to seven times more than a payday loan
"08.02.2017 07:02:10" news.sky.com Pressure on Corbyn as Brexit Bill set to pass Jeremy Corbyn faces a possible rebellion which could see the resignations or sackings of Diane Abbott and Clive Lewis. Jeremy Corbyn faces a revolt from Labour MPs as they prepare to vote on the Brexit bill
"08.02.2017 06:30:17" news.sky.com US considers asking visa applicants for social media passwords People from some Muslim-majority countries may have to give details of accounts like Facebook to get into the US
"08.02.2017 06:06:51" news.sky.com Trump lawyers in travel ban court battle A decision is expected later this week after lawyers for and against the President's controversial restrictions make their case. Judges are now deciding whether to reinstate Donald J. Trump's travel ban
"07.02.2017 21:43:25" news.sky.com MPs will get deal-or-no-deal vote on Brexit Seven Conservative MPs defy the Government and support a Labour backbench amendment to the bill. The Government comfortably defeated attempts to give MPs a decisive say over the final terms of Brexit
"07.02.2017 21:04:49" Dealing with domestic violence in Russia 14,000 women are killed by abusive partners every year in Russia.
An increasing number of survivors are using tattoos to hide their scars.
"07.02.2017 20:38:22" news.sky.com Man dies after train hits car at level crossing Police say the victim, who was in a car struck by a train at a "user-worked" level crossing, was pronounced dead at the scene. A man has died after a car was struck by a train at a level crossing in Gloucestershire
"07.02.2017 19:52:49" news.sky.com Wanted man held after jet escorted to Stansted Pakistan International Airlines says the fighter planes were launched after a "vague security threat" made in a phone call. A passenger wanted by the Metropolitan Police was arrested after RAF fighter jets intercepted a Pakistani passenger plane
"07.02.2017 18:56:42" news.sky.com MP with cancer leaves hospital for Brexit vote Nick Boles will be in Parliament to back the Government's bill, despite having recently received his third round of chemotherapy. A former minister who is battling cancer came out of hospital to vote in favour of the Government's Brexit bill
"07.02.2017 18:15:00" news.sky.com Trump told Briton's death not 'terror attack' Rosie Ayliffe says she won't allow Mr Trump to use her daughter's killing to further his "insane persecution of innocent people". The mother of a murdered British backpacker has hit out at Donald J. Trump for labelling her death a "terror attack"
"07.02.2017 17:42:08" Syria: How we got here It's almost six years since the crisis erupted in Syria.
Here's a timeline of how it all unfolded.
"07.02.2017 16:46:45" news.sky.com Cannabis farm found at Legoland cottage Police found cannabis plants and equipment after being called to the property following a routine check by theme park staff. A cannabis farm has been found inside a derelict cottage on land owned by the Legoland theme park
"07.02.2017 16:02:22" Lonely widower finds a fisherman's friend Catch of the day: How a 75-year-old widower made an unlikely new fishing friend
"07.02.2017 15:35:00" 'Mass hangings' at Assad's 'slaughterhouse' Amnesty International claims that up to 13,000 have been hanged since 2011 at a prison near Damascus
"07.02.2017 14:58:58" news.sky.com Climbdown: MPs get vote on final Brexit deal Parliament will get to vote on the final Brexit deal before it goes before the European Parliament, the Government has conceded. Government climbs down on Brexit deal
"07.02.2017 14:40:59" Government housing pledge A £3 billion fund is to be created to help small firms build more houses, as the Government pledges to fix Britain's "broken housing market." Sky's Becky Johnson was live taking your questions.
"07.02.2017 14:10:06" news.sky.com Aldi becomes UK's fifth biggest supermarket The discount chain has confounded recent criticism over its queues and car parks to take another big step in its expansion. Aldi overtakes the Co-op
"07.02.2017 12:27:19" Keeping kids safe online Many children admit seeing unsuitable images and videos online, according to a report for Safer Internet Day. So can parents do more to protect their kids? Sky's Technology correspondent, Tom Cheshire, has been speaking to experts at Bletchley Park in
"07.02.2017 11:43:16" news.sky.com Speaker John Bercow criticised over 'wholly inappropriate' Donald Trump rebuke John Bercow is under fire after telling MPs the US President should not be allowed to address Parliament during his state visit. Not everyone is happy about John Bercow's comments about Donald J. Trump's state visit
"07.02.2017 10:47:31" news.sky.com Kanye West deletes Trump meeting tweets The rapper is said to be unhappy with the US President's actions, including a ban on travellers from predominantly Muslim nations. Is the Kanye-Trump bromance over already?
"07.02.2017 10:30:00" news.sky.com 'Gel vasectomy' tested successfully on monkeys Human trials of the male birth control, also designed to provide a reversible alternative to vasectomy, are to begin next year. Clinical trials on humans for a male contraceptive gel could start next year
"07.02.2017 09:59:44" news.sky.com 'World's oldest' aquarium fish dies A lungfish named Granddad was the oldest fish in an aquarium, having lived well into its mid-90s. Granddad's exact age isn't known, but it's thought he made it to his mid-90s
"07.02.2017 09:16:15" news.sky.com US court to hear arguments on restoring Donald Trump's travel ban The US Justice Department files a new defence of the controversial executive order, which currently remains suspended. Will Donald J. Trump get his travel ban reinstated?
"07.02.2017 07:39:45" news.sky.com Ofgem cap to save energy pre-payment customers £80 a year The energy regulator says its new price cap will help four million households save money on gas and electricity
"07.02.2017 06:59:27" news.sky.com Government plans thousands more homes to be built by small firms Minister hopes more than 25,000 new homes will be built by 2020 but Labour says the plans are "feeble beyond belief". A £3bn fund is to be created to help small firms build more houses
"07.02.2017 06:30:01" news.sky.com Syrian officials guilty of 'mass hangings' at jail, report claims A human rights group describes the killings as a "monstrous campaign authorised at the highest levels of the Syrian government". Up to 13,000 people have been hanged at a prison near Damascus since 2011 - Amnesty International says
"07.02.2017 06:03:11" news.sky.com MPS to debate vote on final terms of Brexit Theresa May will be hoping to avoid a Tory rebellion over how Parliament will be involved in approving a final deal. The PM hopes she can avoid a Tory rebellion over how Parliament will be involved in approving a final Brexit deal
"06.02.2017 22:16:12" Speaker vetoes Trump addressing Parliament The Speaker was cheered loudly and applauded by MPs after he denounced Donald J. Trump and said he would refuse to invite him to Westminster
"06.02.2017 22:15:00" news.sky.com Is NHS health tourism a big distraction? The idea of charging foreign patients may be popular, but will it bring in the millions promised, asks Sky's Tamara Cohen. Is NHS health tourism just a big distraction?
"06.02.2017 21:45:00" news.sky.com Chas & Dave singer has cancer of oesophagus The duo cancel a number of concert dates, but say "luckily" the 73-year-old's cancer has been spotted at an early stage. Chas Hodges, lead singer of the duo Chas & Dave, has been diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus
"06.02.2017 21:15:00" news.sky.com Vote extends Russia suspension from athletics Russia's suspension from all international athletics competitions has been extended by the IAAF. Russia's suspension from all international athletics competitions has been extended
"06.02.2017 20:48:15" news.sky.com Terror attack survivor 'told Tunisia 100% safe' Paul Thompson said he was "pushed" to choose Tunisia for their holiday and was told by a travel agent that it was "100% safe". He says his travel agent "pushed" him into visiting Tunisia
"06.02.2017 20:15:01" news.sky.com Francois Fillon apologises for 'mistake' The beleagured conservative refuses to withdraw from the presidential race as he denies acting illegally in employing his wife. French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has denied that he acted illegally over allegations he paid his wife for a "fake job"
"06.02.2017 19:45:01" news.sky.com Huge haul of guns seized in police crackdown The crackdown is aimed at helping police be better prepared to stop potential terror attacks such as those in Paris and Brussels. Police have seized more than 800 guns in an operation to stop criminals and terrorists getting hold of illegal weapons
"06.02.2017 19:15:00" news.sky.com Boxing body backs scanners to spot brain bleeds The British and Irish Boxing Authority is acting following a Sky News report on infrared devices used by paramedics. A British boxing body is to introduce handheld scanners that can detect brain bleeds
"06.02.2017 18:45:00" news.sky.com UK troops may need to protect South Sudan aid More British troops are being sent to South Sudan, where they may face the task of ensuring humanitarian aid is not stolen. Britain's aid minister has refused to rule out the use of UK troops to secure aid deliveries in South Sudan
"06.02.2017 18:15:19" news.sky.com Speaker 'strongly opposes' Trump address House of Commons speaker John Bercow has said he is "strongly opposed" to Donald Trump being invited to address Parliament. Commons Speaker John Bercow has dramatically vetoed Donald J. Trump addressing Parliament
"06.02.2017 17:30:00" news.sky.com Hockney show is Tate's fastest-selling exhibition Some 250 works are on display as the museum hosts the biggest ever retrospective dedicated to the the Pop Art maestro. Tate Britain is hosting the biggest ever retrospective of the work of David Hockney
"06.02.2017 17:00:07" news.sky.com Body found near M6 in hunt for missing driver Police discovered the human remains after returning to an abandoned car three weeks after it was found smashed at the roadside. Police have discovered the body of a man next to the M6 motorway
"06.02.2017 16:35:01" news.sky.com Springboks great Joost van der Westhuizen dies A World Cup winner in 1995, the 45-year-old former scrum-half had been battling motor neurone disease since 2011. Former South Africa rugby union captain Joost van der Westhuizen has died at the age of 45 after a battle with motor neurone disease
"06.02.2017 16:19:29" news.sky.com Trump: Americans are in favour of travel ban As he attempts to overturn the suspension of his order, the President claims negative polling over the ban is "fake news". Donald J. Trump insists that polls which suggest otherwise "are fake news"
"06.02.2017 14:54:15" 'Health tourists' to be charged for some NHS treatment Patients from abroad are to be charged upfront for any non-urgent treatment on the NHS. The new rules will apply from April this year. Sky's Tamara Cohen is here to answer your questions. Post them in the comments below.
"06.02.2017 14:34:58" news.sky.com 'Killer' Putin: Kremlin wants Fox News apology The Russian government says the comment in an interview with Donald Trump was "unacceptable and insulting". Fox News presenter Bill O'Reilly had described Vladimir Putin as a "killer" when asking Donald J. Trump if he thought he would get on with the Russian leader
"06.02.2017 13:45:33" news.sky.com Cannibal who dismembered PC found dead in jail An independent investigation is underway after the 50-year-old is found dead at HMP Belmarsh in south-east London. Stefano Brizzi, who was jailed for murdering PC Gordon Semple and dissolving his body in acid, has been found dead in jail
"06.02.2017 12:59:49" news.sky.com Nigel Farage's wife says they split years ago Nigel Farage's wife has said she and the ex-UKIP leader have been living "separate lives for some years". Nigel Farage's wife Kirsten reveals they've been living "separate lives for some years"
"06.02.2017 12:31:30" news.sky.com Budweiser's Super Bowl immigration ad sparks boycott calls As the beer brand's immigration-themed spot brews up a row, another ad takes aim at Mr Trump's plan for a US-Mexican border wall. Will Budweiser face a backlash over its controversial Super Bowl ad?
"06.02.2017 11:59:48" news.sky.com Alastair Cook steps down as England Test cricket captain "It's a sad day," says the 32-year-old, after a record 59 Tests in charge - including Ashes victories at home in 2013 and 2015. After four years in the role which included leading his country to two Ashes victories...
"06.02.2017 11:29:36" news.sky.com Man admits stabbing US tourist to death in London A man has pleaded guilty to killing a US tourist and injuring five other people during a knife attack in London's Russell Square. 19-year-old Zakaria Bulhan denied murder but admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility
"06.02.2017 10:40:35" news.sky.com Video shows fare dodger attacking train ticket inspector over £2 fare Elliot Nash swore at train staff and launched a running kick at one worker after he was caught travelling without a ticket. "No member of rail staff should be spoken to in this way or attacked simply for doing their job."
"06.02.2017 10:06:07" Queen's Sapphire Jubilee Queen Elizabeth has become Britain's first ever monarch to mark her Sapphire Jubilee. It's 65 years since she became Queen following the death of her father King George VI. Sky's royal commentator Alastair Bruce has been answering your questions.
"06.02.2017 08:55:18" news.sky.com Childline receives 50,000 calls about serious mental health issues One of the young callers who turned to Childline for help described how they felt like they had "turned into a monster". So many "desperately unhappy children" are "turning to Childline because no other support is available" says founder Dame Esther Rantzen
"06.02.2017 08:01:59" Highlights from Lady Gaga's Super Bowl halftime show Lady Gaga swings into action for her Super Bowl halftime show
"06.02.2017 07:41:04" news.sky.com Robots 'could replace 250,000 public sector workers' Artificially intelligent "chat bots" could replace some Whitehall and NHS administrators as well as GP receptionists a thinktank says
"06.02.2017 07:00:16" Sky Ocean Rescue What can be done to stop these plastic pellets called nurdles getting into the ocean and being eaten by wildlife such as sea birds and fish?
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"06.02.2017 06:30:57" news.sky.com Queen becomes first monarch to celebrate Sapphire Jubilee Britain's longest-serving monarch plans to mark today's historic milestone at her Sandringham estate - far from the spotlight. It's 65 years since Princess Elizabeth became Queen following the death of her father King George VI
"06.02.2017 06:00:06" news.sky.com Foreign patients to be charged upfront Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is aiming to recover £500m a year, which he says will be "reinvested in patient care" in the NHS. The Government hopes to plough cash back from so-called 'health tourism' into the NHS
"05.02.2017 21:02:20" news.sky.com Trump on 'killer' Putin: 'US not so innocent' Mr Trump's comments excusing the Kremlin chief's reputation for removing opponents is labelled "disgusting" by an ex-ambassador. Donald J. Trump has defended Vladimir Putin's ruthless reputation by suggesting the United States and Russia are as bad as each other
"05.02.2017 20:09:51" news.sky.com Netanyahu says May govt offers 'opportunities' Labour calls for Mrs May to challenge Israel's PM as he says he hopes to tighten relations with the UK ahead of a visit to London. Israel's Prime Minister has said he hopes the UK will line up against Iran alongside his country and the US
"05.02.2017 19:20:00" news.sky.com Human remains found near motorway slip road Specialist teams have sealed off the area as the investigation continues into the death that is being treated as unexplained. Human remains have been found close to a busy motorway slip road near the A404 at High Wycombe
"05.02.2017 18:37:49" news.sky.com Louvre machete attack suspect refuses to talk The 29-year-old Egyptian being held in hospital is interviewed for the first time but stays tight-lipped, say sources. A terror suspect accused of carrying out a machete attack on troops outside the Louvre in Paris has refused to speak to investigators
"05.02.2017 17:43:50" news.sky.com Afghanistan and Pakistan avalanches: Dozens dead Rescuers battle the ongoing bad weather to reach those trapped in snowslides, as dozens are reported dead, including children. Heavy snow in parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan has triggered avalanches, killing at least 67 people
"05.02.2017 17:03:22" Sophy Ridge on Sunday On this week's Sophy Ridge on Sunday - Sophy Ridge was joined by The Labour Party's Harriet Harman and there was lively debate between Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith and Labour's Stella Creasy #Ridge Miss this weeks Sophy Ridge on Sunday? Catch the highlights here. #Ridge
"05.02.2017 16:04:46" Royals run 100m dash Who's the fastest royal?
Prince William, Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge ran a 50m dash to help fight stigma associated with mental health.
"05.02.2017 15:13:43" news.sky.com Rage of Trump critics 'astonishing', says Carey The ex-church leader says there is a list of tyrants who would beat the US President to "the world's worst politician" title. The former Church of England leader says there is a list of tyrants who would beat Donald J. Trump to "the world's worst politician" title
"05.02.2017 13:57:45" news.sky.com Super Bowl: Expect protests, fireworks and Gaga Lady Gaga's half-time show is rumoured to feature hundreds of drones - with speculation she could also hit out at President Trump. Gaga, drones and possible Trump protests at the Super Bowl
"05.02.2017 12:00:06" news.sky.com Patients 'waited a year' for hospital discharge Critics warn about the impact of the delays, but the Scottish Government insists the situation is improving. A wait of more than a year to be discharged from hospital
"05.02.2017 11:35:15" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Harriet Harman spoke on Labour as a credible opposition party, Jeremy Corbyn and women in politics. Plus Iain Duncan Smith and Stella Creasy had a heated debate about Brexit. Sophy Ridge is discussing the latest episode of #Ridge. Post your questions for
"05.02.2017 10:21:49" news.sky.com La La Land director triumphs at DGA Awards The musical wins another big award on the road to the Oscars, as Damien Chazelle becomes the youngest winner of the main prize. The director of La La Land has won a top film award
"05.02.2017 09:52:04" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Theresa May's housing focus is now on renters, not buyers. Housing minister Gavin Barwell will be on #Ridge from 10am on Sky News with Sophy Ridge
"05.02.2017 09:26:53" news.sky.com Judges reject President Trump's travel ban appeal Judges have rejected Donald Trump's appeal to have his travel ban immediately reinstated. Donald J. Trump's appeal to have his #travelban immediately reinstated has been rejected
"05.02.2017 08:48:19" news.sky.com Theresa May's plans to build more rental homes The Government wants to "fix the broken housing market" by dealing with the high cost of renting and relaxing planning rules. Theresa May's housing focus has switched from buyers to renters
"05.02.2017 08:00:59" Sophy Ridge on Sunday Labour MP and former Deputy Leader of the party Harriet Harman will join Sophy Ridge on the show this week. Watch on Sky News from 10am
"05.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Football abuse victim: 'Police let me down' A victim of a paedophile football coach tells Sky News police failed to respond effectively even though he reported the assaults. Football abuse victim: The police "just let me down"
"05.02.2017 06:45:00" news.sky.com Laser pen pointers face arrest under new law People shining laser pens at pilots and drivers could face hefty fines or a jail sentence under new rules "to protect the public". Laser pointers: The laws are changing
"05.02.2017 06:01:14" news.sky.com Trump: We'll win appeal on travel ban ruling A day after a judge orders Mr Trump's travel restrictions to be halted, federal lawyers are asking for the ruling to be reversed. "We'll win" Donald J. Trump says on his travel ban
"04.02.2017 20:31:02" news.sky.com Romania scraps controversial corruption law Violent protests have been taking place against the decriminalisation of numerous abuse-of-power offences. Romania's government is ditching a controversial decree that would have protected corrupt politicians from prosecution
"04.02.2017 19:42:43" Sky Ocean Rescue Three ways you can help our oceans?
1. Stop using plastic bags
2. Stop using plastic bottles
3. Stop using disposable cups Here are three easy ways you can help clean our oceans
"04.02.2017 18:40:56" news.sky.com Thousands march against Trump state visit Demonstrators set off from the US embassy and walk towards Downing Street chanting "Theresa May shame on you". Thousands have marched through London calling on Theresa May to cancel Donald J. Trump's state visit later this year
"04.02.2017 17:56:53" news.sky.com 'A fifth of month's rainfall' to hit on Monday The north can expect heavy rain, hill snow and strong winds while the south will be hit by showers. Brollies at the ready! ☔️
"04.02.2017 17:04:31" news.sky.com Lychees suspected over India child deaths Outbreaks of the fatal condition coincide with the harvest of the tropical fruit, with most of the victims being poor children. A mystery illness that kills more than a hundred children in eastern India each year may be caused by eating lychees
"04.02.2017 15:51:55" news.sky.com Louvre machete attacker: First picture Police say the suspect is no longer in a life-threatening condition as his father claims the scenario was "made up". The man shot by soldiers at the Louvre has been named as Abdullah Reda al-Hamamy, a 29-year-old Egyptian man
"04.02.2017 14:58:34" news.sky.com Tehran to fire missiles in US sanctions snub Iran is to launch missiles later as part of a military exercise despite US sanctions over a test firing last weekend. Tensions run high as Iran ignores Donald J. Trump's warnings and plans new rocket launches
"04.02.2017 14:15:00" Social media echo chambers Social media echo chambers: Are you living in "a very limited tunnel vision of reality"?
"04.02.2017 13:21:55" London protests against Donald Trump People are protesting in London against Donald J. Trump's travel ban. Sky's Willem Marx is live - post your questions in the comments.
"04.02.2017 12:30:00" news.sky.com The End for Black Sabbath with final gig As the prince of darkness Ozzy Osbourne prepares for the band's last ever concert, the singer admits he is "all over the place". It's The End for Black Sabbath
"04.02.2017 11:45:01" news.sky.com RBS to pay £340m bonus pot as it posts ninth successive loss RBS will say later this month that bonuses have fallen from £1.4bn after its bailout to £340m in 2016, Sky News learns. State-backed bank RBS is going to pay about £340m in bonuses
"04.02.2017 11:00:00" news.sky.com Iranian baby can enter US for life-saving op The infant suffering from heart defects is to be allowed into America after initially being barred by Donald Trump's travel ban. She's four months old, needs life-saving surgery and was banned from entering the US
"04.02.2017 10:19:01" news.sky.com EU trade deal 'possible' by Brexit deadline Latvia's PM tells Sky News the EU is looking for the best possible trade deal with the UK, and differences could be overcome. This EU leader says a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK is possible
"04.02.2017 09:30:00" news.sky.com London pair held over US police camera hacking A British man and a Swedish woman were detained over claims devices which record data from police cameras were compromised. Two people have been arrested over the suspected hacking of a camera system in Washington DC
"04.02.2017 08:42:06" news.sky.com NFL star Quinton Spain drugged and robbed by woman The footballer met the woman in a bar and returned to his hotel with her - before being fleeced of expensive jewellery. NFL star Quinton Spain has been drugged and robbed by a woman
"04.02.2017 08:00:00" news.sky.com Sky Views: Do we actually care about Parliament? Adam Boulton, Editor At Large "How little any of us now seem to care about Parliament" writes our Editor At Large in Sky Views
"04.02.2017 07:30:00" news.sky.com Teenage hitman accused of more than 30 murders The juvenile nicknamed 'Frijolito' or 'Little Bean' is accused of carrying out his first killing when he was just 12-years-old. A teenager accused of carrying out more than 30 murders has been arrested by police in Colombia
"04.02.2017 07:00:01" news.sky.com Criminals 'paid £400' for loose electronic tags Dozens of offenders reportedly paid security workers for help in defying court-ordered curfews, and police have made 14 arrests. There are claims that security workers were paid by criminals to deliberately fit electronic tags loosely
"04.02.2017 06:33:30" news.sky.com Police raids after Louvre 'terrorist' shot Suspect Abdullah Reda Refaei al-Hamamy is Egyptian and had only been in France for a matter of days before the attack. Police raids in Paris after a suspected terrorist tried to enter the Louvre museum carrying machetes
"04.02.2017 06:07:46" news.sky.com Trump hits back as judge blocks travel ban The President's plan was blocked by a judge in Washington state in a case which was supported by Microsoft, Amazon and Expedia. Blocking Trump's travel ban is "outrageous", the White House says
"03.02.2017 23:00:00" news.sky.com Rapper 50 Cent pays $22m to end bankruptcy The Get Rich or Die Tryin' rapper paid off debts nearly five years early, helped by a legal malpractice suit going in his favour. Rapper 50 Cent has been discharged from bankruptcy early by a US federal judge after paying more than $22m
"03.02.2017 22:30:01" news.sky.com Buble: Son's cancer treatment 'promising' The singer says three-year-old Noah is making progress in his cancer fight and doctors are "very optimistic" about his future. Michael Bublé has released a statement on social media saying doctors are "very optimistic" about his three-year-old son's future
"03.02.2017 21:59:19" news.sky.com Man loses legal fight over mummified parents A judge said Melvyn Marcel's desire to build a refrigerated unit to store his parents' bodies in did not seem "realistic". A man who stored the mummified remains of his parents in a basement has lost a legal battle over their burial
"03.02.2017 21:24:01" news.sky.com Tens of thousands of US visas revoked The visas have been cancelled after Donald Trump banned citizens of seven mainly Muslim countries from entering the US. Tens of thousands of visas have been revoked in the wake of Donald Trump's recent travel ban
"03.02.2017 20:49:01" news.sky.com 'I'll be back' declares Cameron in Arnie video The ex-prime minister says the former governor did 'a great job' in the face of criticism by US President Donald Trump. Will he though?
"03.02.2017 20:13:52" news.sky.com Slaughter of Yellowstone bison gets green light Campaigners argue the imposing animals should be left to roam, but officials warn there is a chance they could infect cattle. Hundreds of bison migrating from Yellowstone National Park are set to be killed because of fears they could spread disease