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Russia slams Britain's 'island mentality' in Salisbury spy poisoning rant
Moscow has accused Britain of "Russophobia" and having an "island mentality" in a remarkable escalation of the war of words over the Salisbury spy poisoning.
Dec to host Saturday Night Takeaway without Ant after drink-drive arrest
Saturday Night Takeaway will continue with Dec presenting the show alone, after co-host Ant McPartlin's arrest for suspected drink-driving.
Texas serial bombing suspect dead after blowing himself up inside car - police
The man suspected of carrying out a series of bombings in Texas has died after blowing himself up in his car as police closed in on him.
Justine Damond murder: US policeman Mohamed Noor charged
A police officer has been charged with murder and manslaughter after the fatal shooting of an unarmed Australian woman outside her home.
Facebook chief under pressure as Cambridge Analytica scandal grows
Pressure is building on Facebook's founder and chief executive over the alleged misuse of user data on the network.
Computer imaging recreates Grenfell Tower fire
Sky News has been given exclusive access to an interactive 3D model of the Grenfell Tower which aims to provide an unrivalled understanding of the fire that killed 71 people.
Kiara Moore: Police issue warning over malicious posts after death of toddler in river
Detectives say they are investigating a series of remarks made on social media about the death of toddler Kiara Moore, as they warned people not to post malicious comments.
Nigel Farage dumps dead fish in Thames in protest over Brexit transition deal
Nigel Farage dumped dead fish into the Thames as he led a protest against the Government's Brexit transition deal.
Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon blasts New York governor
Former Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon has criticised New York's current administration in her first ever campaign event.
Unions to recommend 6.5% NHS pay rise
Health workers are being urged to accept a pay deal for NHS staff worth up to 6.5% over three years after unions reached agreement with the Government.