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Prince Andrew asks for jury trial as he formally denies Virginia Giuffre's sex assault claims
Prince Andrew has asked for a jury trial and denied the allegations against him as he officially responded to Virginia Giuffre's sexual assault lawsuit.
Afghanistan: Parents sell children and kidneys to feed starving families
Warning: This article contains distressing content.
Boris Johnson's parliamentary assistant 'contacted charter firm to secure plane to evacuate animals from Afghanistan' telling them 'boss was keen'
Boris Johnson's parliamentary assistant contacted a private charter company in the hope of securing a plane to transport animals and staff during the evacuation of Afghanistan, telling them that her boss was keen, Sky News understands.
COVID-19: Restrictions eased today as England moves out of Plan B and back to Plan A
England is set to move from the government’s COVID Plan B to Plan A on Thursday.
Ukraine-Russia crisis: Britain could send hundreds more troops to eastern Europe amid invasion fears, Sky News understands
The UK is considering sending hundreds more troops to bolster NATO's flank in eastern Europe ahead of any potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, Sky News understands.
Ukraine-Russia tensions: US responds to set of Kremlin demands and says it is now up to Moscow as 'we're ready either way'
The US has given Russia its written responses to a set of security demands by Moscow over Ukraine and NATO amid fears President Putin's troops could invade the country.
Free bacon butties on offer as rail companies try to get commuters back on trains
Lucky commuters will have the chance to win a free bacon sandwich - as train operators and cafes team up to try to welcome people back after work-from-home orders ended last week.
Downing Street parties: Wait for Sue Gray's No 10 parties report to be published continues into another day
The wait for Sue Gray's report into lockdown parties in Downing Street and Whitehall to be published has rolled into another day - with Boris Johnson still yet to receive the findings.
Boris Johnson knows he's in the 'kill zone' - he's fighting back hard, but it may be too late
"Unrelenting" and "awful", that's how a couple of senior MPs put it to me today as they hunkered down in Westminster to wait for the Sue Gray report.
Texas synagogue siege: Man charged with selling gun to British hostage-taker Malik Faisal Akram
A Texas man has been charged with selling a gun to a Briton who held four hostages inside a synagogue earlier this month before he was shot dead.
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