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Royal race row 'smear' sparks 'nuclear option' bid to strip Harry and Meghan of titles
A law change is being sought by a Tory MP to strip the Duke and Duchess of Sussex of their titles over the royal racism row.
Fury as COP28 head questions 'science' of cutting fossil fuels
Climate leaders have reacted with fury after the controversial head of COP28 claimed there was "no science" to suggest phasing out fossil fuels will help limit global warming to 1.5C.
Knifeman kills four members of his extended family, including two children, say New York police
Four people, including two children, have been killed by a relative in New York, according to police.
Decomposing bodies of babies 'seen in footage' from abandoned Gaza hospital
A video taken in an abandoned Gaza hospital appears to show the decomposing bodies of babies who were left behind during evacuations.
Glenys Kinnock, former MEP, minister and wife of ex-Labour leader, dies
Former MEP Glenys Kinnock, the wife of ex-Labour leader Neil Kinnock, has died aged 79.
German tourist killed and British man among two injured in 'terror attack' near Eiffel Tower
A German man has died and a British man was among two people injured in a knife attack in central Paris.
How the Kremlin creates a nation of patriots - and makes Russians ignore uncomfortable truths
If invading Ukraine was the greatest political mistake of President Vladimir Putin's 24 years in power, then partial mobilisation that September - at least domestically - was perhaps the second.
Still no medical cannabis trials for NHS - five years on from legalisation
Five years after medical cannabis was legalised, the government still hasn't funded clinical trials that could see it being used on the NHS, Sky News has been told.
PM braced for Commons defeat over compensation for infected blood victims
The government is braced for a defeat in the Commons after Labour and Tory MPs supported calls for a new body to be set up to compensate victims of the infected blood scandal.
CBI faces autumn deadline to refinance rescue funding
The CBI faces a deadline next September to refinance millions of pounds of funding put in place to avert its collapse during the autumn.