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Roy Keane 'shocked and saddened' by Manchester United after defeat
Roy Keane delivered a damning assessment of Manchester United after their defeat to West Ham, describing himself as "shocked and saddened".
Hong Kong protests: Crowds 'baying for blood' as mobs attack civilians
Protests in Hong Kong have descended into violence once again - with demonstrators trampling on a Chinese flag, vandalising a train station and setting a fire across a street on Sunday.
Labour supports abolishing private schools in conference vote
Labour will campaign at the next general election with a promise to effectively abolish private schools and "redistribute" their properties to the state sector.
Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness to 'take a break' after revealing HIV diagnosis
Jonathan Van Ness - one of the stars of hit US TV show Queer Eye - has told fans he is taking a short break from the spotlight, after revealing in his book he is HIV positive.
Thomas Cook collapse: Repatriation to take two weeks
Thomas Cook has collapsed, prompting the UK's biggest ever peacetime repatriation to bring 150,000 stranded customers home.
Thomas Cook: What happens for over 150,000 holidaymakers as travel firm collapses
Concerned Thomas Cook customers have been bombarding the troubled tour operator with queries about the fate of their holiday plans.
As snake intrusions soar in Bangkok, it's this man's job to catch them
Pinyo Pukpinyo's job is not for the faint-hearted - he's Bangkok's number one snake catcher.
Spence Jr vs Porter: World title unification at stake plus bragging rights in a division full of big names and big reputations
Either Errol Spence Jr or Shawn Porter will be dealt a sharp dose of reality on Saturday night in a fascinating fight that will take a major stride towards crowning the best fighter in one of boxing’s most interesting divisions.
Labour members to vote on pro-Remain stance in challenge to Jeremy Corbyn
Labour members will get the chance to vote on the party adopting a pro-Remain position, despite Jeremy Corbyn pushing for Labour to delay a decision on its Brexit stance.
Ferrari explain Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc calls in Singapore
Ferrari have explained why they pitted Sebastian Vettel first and not Charles Leclerc in the strategy that changed the destination of the Singapore GP victory.
Current Paris accord climate targets 'no longer enough', UN envoy tells Sky
Commitments made under the Paris climate agreement are now no longer enough to limit global warming to acceptable levels, the United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change has told Sky News.
Hard border on island of Ireland will return under no-deal Brexit, says EU's Juncker
A hard border will return on the island of Ireland if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, Jean-Claude Juncker has told Sky News.
BMW PGA: Danny Willett holds off Jon Rahm to win big at Wentworth
Danny Willett produced an outstanding final-round performance in the Wentworth rain as he outduelled Jon Rahm to capture a three-shot victory at the BMW PGA Championship.
No-deal Brexit vital freight carriers shortlisted
Eight sea, rail and air freight companies have been shortlisted for government contracts to transport critical goods, including vital medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson: 'Don't expect a New York breakthrough on Brexit'
Boris Johnson has warned not to expect a "New York breakthrough" on Brexit as he landed in the United States ahead of two days of discussions with world leaders.
Uighurs detained in China: Australia attacks 'shackled prisoners' video
Australia's foreign minister has called footage purporting to show hundreds of shackled and blindfolded Chinese Muslim prisoners by a train at a station "deeply disturbing".
England's Eddie Jones grateful for 'Fergie Time' after bonus-point win over Tonga
Eddie Jones admitted England needed "Fergie time" to ensure their World Cup title campaign began with a bonus-point victory over Tonga.
Slowthai on severed head stunt: 'No Boris Johnsons were harmed'
The rapper Slowthai has insisted he doesn't condone violence in any form after pulling out a fake severed head of Boris Johnson during his performance at the Mercury Prize.
Huawei Mate 30: New Huawei phone to launch without Google apps
The latest flagship smartphone from Huawei will launch without crucial Google apps and services due a US trade ban on the company.
Iran's president tells Western nations to 'stay away' from Gulf region
Iran's president has warned Western nations to stay away, claiming their presence has brought "calamity" to the Gulf region.
Artificial intelligence being used in schools to detect self-harm and bullying
One of England's biggest academy chains is testing pupils' mental health using an AI (artificial intelligence) tool which can predict self-harm, drug abuse and eating disorders, Sky News can reveal.
The Crown: New trailer shows Olivia Colman as 'old bat' Queen
A new trailer for The Crown shows the Queen's transition from Claire Foy to Olivia Colman.
Emmys 2019: Fleabag and Game Of Thrones big winners at awards
British actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge was the star of the Emmys, taking home three prizes for comedy Fleabag, with Game Of Thrones also a big winner.
Turkey's steel imports into Europe a 'problem' for the industry, says Liberty House boss
Turkey's steel imports into Europe are a "greater problem" for the industry than the slowdown in demand from car makers, the boss of Europe's third largest steelmaker has told Sky News.
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