Showing posts with label The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News. Show all posts

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Cricketer charged by ICC over 'homophobic' comment to Joe Root

West Indies cricketer Shannon Gabriel has been charged by the international cricketing body over an "inappropriate comment" to England captain Joe Root.

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HPV shame preventing women from cervical screenings

A fear of being shamed and confusion over myths surrounding the human papilloma virus (HPV) could be putting women off from going for cervical screenings, experts say.

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New York cop killed in 'friendly fire' during armed robbery

A New York City police detective has been killed in a "friendly fire" incident while responding to reports of an armed robbery at a mobile phone shop.

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Shares surge as Trump signals hope of China trade war truce

US and Asian stock markets have surged on growing hopes negotiations to end the US/China trade war will result in a truce.

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Violent video games 'not linked to teen aggression'

Playing violent video games has no link to teenage aggression, new research has found.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://bit.ly/2N2eHke

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Deal agreed to avoid another US government shutdown

Democrats and Republicans have reached a compromise deal to avoid another US government shutdown.

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There's another reason why Trump's supporters want a wall



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Sunday, 10 February 2019

Risk of no-deal 'devastation' in Northern Ireland - Blair

A no-deal Brexit would lead to "potentially devastating" consequences for the peace process in Northern Ireland, according to former prime minister Tony Blair.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://bit.ly/2RSeW2f

'Good times with dad didn't last': UK's 2.6m children of alcoholics

There are 2.6 million children in the UK living with an alcohol-dependent parent, according to new figures released by the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa).

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://bit.ly/2RUagsN

Trump mocks 'Pocahontas' Democrat's bid for presidency

Donald Trump has mocked senator Elizabeth Warren, calling her "Pocahontas" as she became the latest Democrat to formally announce she is running for the US presidency.

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Southampton fans 'mock' Sala death with 'plane taunts'

Police have spoken to two Southampton supporters after video emerged of two men appearing to mock the death of Emiliano Sala as they made aeroplane gestures at Cardiff City fans.

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CPS to review Philip crash as duke gives up driving licence

Prosecutors will take into account Prince Philip "voluntarily" surrendering his driving licence as they consider whether to bring charges over a car crash he was involved in last month.

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Trump more likely to bring Afghans peace than curb N Korea



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Tributes to 'wonderful' mother stabbed to death in street

The family of a mother who was stabbed to death in a street in Surrey have described her as "caring" with a "wonderful heart".

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BAFTA diversity drive sparks 'seismic' shift in film-making

The head of the British Film Institute (BFI) believes BAFTA's new diversity policy has been "seismic in its ability to achieve change".

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Kate's 'back to nature' Chelsea Flower Show garden revealed

The Duchess of Cambridge has unveiled plans for a "back to nature" Chelsea Flower Show garden, which she has co-designed.

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Monday, 4 February 2019

Ryanair slips into the red as fares fall bites

Ryanair slipped to a quarterly loss of €19.6m (£17.2m) after competition pushed down air fares across Europe - and the company has reiterated a warning that Brexit developments could further drag on profits.

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Rapper arrested in the US for overstaying visa

Atlanta-based rapper, 21 Savage, has been arrested by US immigration officials and is facing deportation because they say he is from the UK.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://bit.ly/2Gql2ox

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Arrest made in Zimbabwe over beatings in Sky News report

A man has been arrested after Zimbabwe's president vowed to bring those behind the beating of a civilian by security forces during protests to justice.

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Monday, 28 January 2019

Johnson predicts May fightback with Brexit 'freedom clause'

Only days after a surprise visit to Downing Street, Boris Johnson is predicting a Brexit fightback by Theresa May and a breakthrough in her battle with rebel Tory MPs in crucial Commons votes.

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