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Baroness Michelle Mone admits mistake in denying links to PPE firm awarded huge COVID pandemic contracts
Baroness Michelle Mone says she regrets denying her connection to a PPE firm awarded huge contracts during the pandemic - and which is now being investigated by the National Crime Agency (NCA).
'Just give up and surrender': Hamas outgunned and outnumbered - and some in Gaza blame leader
The gulf between Israel and the US on one hand - and Arab states and much of the rest of the world on the other - couldn't really be greater.
Rishi Sunak to face COVID inquiry - amid claims govt scientists called him 'Dr Death'
Rishi Sunak will be challenged at the COVID inquiry on claims that government scientists branded him "Dr Death" - and called his scheme to kickstart the economy "Eat Out to Help Out the Virus".
Growing evidence of sexual abuse by Hamas fighters in Israel - but investigators are facing problems
Authorities in Israel don't know, and may never know, how many people were sexually abused by Hamas on 7 October, but evidence that many women were subjected to rape and assault has grown over recent weeks.
Israeli hostages released from Gaza describe 'hell' of Hamas captivity as 'unbearable'
"Every day there is like hell. Abnormal fear, zero sleep."
Tory right to hold summit on star chamber's verdict of Rwanda plan before crunch vote
Conservatives on the right of the party are to meet to discuss a legal verdict on Rishi Sunak's Rwanda legislation.
Talk of Johnson-Farage plot and a snap election may be wide of the mark - but PM is still facing a crisis sooner or later
After seven years of political permacrisis, the assumption that every rumble in Westminster inevitably leads to big bang can be too tempting for many to resist.
Rishi Sunak facing crunch week on flagship Rwanda legislation
Rishi Sunak is waiting to see the size of revolt over his immigration plans from both wings of his party as he enters a crunch week for his premiership.
Inside 'tinseltown' - where it's Christmas all year round
With the Christmas season in full swing, the country is lit up by decorations and illuminations.
Donald Trump pulls out of giving evidence at New York fraud trial at 11th hour
Donald Trump has pulled out of giving evidence at his New York civil fraud trial.
Misuse of copyrighted music by AI companies 'could exploit artists'
The misuse of copyrighted music by artificial intelligence companies could exploit musicians, a former executive at a leading tech startup has warned.
Universities warn new immigration rules show Britain is 'closing ranks'
New immigration rules could prevent universities from hiring the best international talent and send a message that the UK is "closing ranks", higher education leaders have warned.
Order in Gaza appears to be breaking down - and people are angry at 'disgraceful' US move
From Gaza to the West Bank and far beyond, there is a collective anger at the US veto of a UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Storm Fergus: Police tell public to 'avoid area' after reports tornado struck Irish village
Homes and cars have been seriously damaged and police have told the public to "avoid the area" after a possible tornado hit an Irish village.
Venice: Tourists flip gondola after refusing to stop taking selfies
A group of tourists fell in a Venice canal when their gondola capsized after they reportedly ignored orders to stop taking selfies.
'Bang out of order': Anger as security guard mops floor where homeless man is sitting
Footage posted on social media appears to show a security guard mopping the floor where a homeless man was sitting.
Fire at Bristol Airport car park destroys vehicles
A fire at Bristol Airport's car park has destroyed vehicles and caused delays to flights.
Average two-year mortgage rate drops below 6% for first time in six months
The UK’s average two-year mortgage rate has dipped below 6% for the first time in nearly six months.
BBC ordered to release emails related to Martin Bashir's Princess Diana interview
A judge has ordered the BBC to release a large number of emails in relation to Martin Bashir's now infamous 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
COP28: OPEC oil states 'panicking' as row over plan to end fossil fuel era intensifies
Oil states are pressing the panic button after a proposal to end the fossil fuel era gathered unprecedented support at the current United Nations climate talks, according to veteran observers of the talks.
Teenage children of jailed Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept her Nobel Peace Prize
The children of jailed Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi have accepted this year's Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf at a ceremony in Oslo.
EU reaches deal on how to regulate artificial intelligence
European Union negotiators have agreed a deal on the world's first comprehensive artificial intelligence rules.
UK pumping more than 70,000 tonnes of extra carbon emissions into atmosphere, Sky News finds
Britain is sending tens of thousands of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere because its electricity grid operator is prioritising gas-fired power stations over battery storage, Sky News has found.
UK's first air capture plant is turned on to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and turn it into jet fuel
The UK's first-ever direct air capture plant has been turned on to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and turn it into jet fuel.
UK's largest mobile firms sued for £3bn - amid claims they overcharged loyal customers
Vodafone, EE, Three and O2 are facing a "£3bn-plus" class action claim that alleges they used their market dominance to overcharge on up to 28.2 million UK mobile phone contracts.
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