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Police name gunman suspected of killing six from rooftop at Fourth of July parade in Chicago suburb of Highland Park
Police have named the man suspected of killing at least six people and seriously injuring dozens more at a Fourth of July parade in a Chicago suburb.
Carrie Johnson openly questioned ChrisPincher's suitability as whip in 2017, Sky News understands
Carrie Johnson openly questioned Chris Pincher's suitability as a government whip as far back as 2017, Sky News understands.
French-made howitzers are being used in Ukraine to hold back Russians in the Donbas - but it might not be enough
Russian troops are ratcheting up their efforts to secure full control of the entire Donbas area in eastern Ukraine - and from what we have witnessed, there's very little which is going to stop them right now.
'Inferno' at block of flats in Bedford kills one - with more feared dead
One person has died after an "inferno" at a block of flats in Bedford, which is thought to have been caused by a gas explosion.
Personalised cancer vaccine trials produce 'really hopeful' results
A personalised cancer vaccine made from individual patients' own DNA has produced "really hopeful" early results.
'Make Brexit work': Sir Keir Starmer rules out rejoining EU as he lays out Labour's plan to tackle problems
Sir Keir Starmer has ruled out rejoining the European Union as he laid out Labour's plan to tackle issues caused by Brexit.
Labour shortages leave tonnes of food unpicked on British farms
Labour shortages on British farms have left tonnes of food unpicked, costing millions of pounds and pushing food inflation as high as 20% at the farm gate, the agriculture industry has told Sky News.
Premier League seeks clubs' backing for gambling sponsor ban
The Premier League is asking clubs to support phasing out shirt sponsorship by gambling companies in a last-ditch effort to avert a government-imposed ban.
New public buildings must have separate male and female toilets, government says
All new public buildings should have separate male and female toilets, the government has announced.
Matt Hancock demands Commons vote on legalising assisted dying - as MP breaks down in tears during debate
Former health secretary Matt Hancock MPs has demanded a Commons vote on whether assisted dying should be legalised in the UK.
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