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'Dodgy' Brexit deal will annex Northern Ireland from UK, Arlene Foster warns PM
Arlene Foster has warned Theresa May not to cut Northern Ireland adrift with a "dodgy" Brexit deal amid reports the prime minister is considering breaking the Tories' pact with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
Universal credit: Theresa May 'should back £2bn extra funding for welfare', says Iain Duncan Smith
Iain Duncan Smith has called on Theresa May to back £2bn extra funding for welfare in the upcoming budget.
Meghan and Harry 'very pleased' to be expecting first child
The Duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child in spring next year, Kensington Palace has said.
Jamal Khashoggi: Missing journalist 'recorded audio of his killing on Apple watch'
Missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi recorded audio on his Apple watch of the moments he was allegedly interrogated, tortured and then killed, according to reports.
'Key issues' remain on Brexit despite Dominic Raab's dash to Brussels
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab flew to Brussels on Sunday for unscheduled talks with EU negotiator Michel Barnier - but "key issues" remain despite speculation a deal had been reached.
Boris Johnson urges Theresa May to 'stand up to EU bullies'
Boris Johnson is demanding a show of defiance from Theresa May after Brexit talks collapsed amid further clashes over the future of the Irish border.
Romelu Lukaku open to leaving Manchester United for Serie A
Romelu Lukaku has admitted he would be open to leaving Manchester United to play in Italy, and claimed current Serie A champions Juventus have a "great project" in place.
Gareth Southgate sticks with Marcus Rashford for England's match in Spain
Gareth Southgate has kept faith with Marcus Rashford for England's UEFA Nations League clash against Spain on Monday, Sky Sports News understands.
Robbie Williams entertains royal wedding guests with surprise performance
Robbie Williams hopped on stage to entertain guests with a surprise performance at the royal wedding, it has been revealed.
Children among 22 dead as truck crashes in Turkey
At least 22 migrants, including children, have died after the truck they were travelling in drove off a bridge in Turkey.
Nissan delays pay talks amid uncertainty
Nissan, which operates Britain's biggest car plant, has delayed the start of pay talks for UK workers until there is "better clarity" on future business.
Eddie Pepperell grinds out victory at Sky Sports British Masters
Eddie Pepperell held off Alexander Bjork in an enthralling final-round duel to clinch his second win of the season at the Sky Sports British Masters.
Who is Olly Robbins, the civil servant on whose shoulders Brexit deal rests?
Throughout the protracted, complex Brexit process, ministers have come and then gone, political infighting has threatened to collapse the whole process and loyalties have been tested to the limit.
England test in Spain one of the toughest in the world, says Gareth Southgate
Gareth Southgate has described England's Nations League assignment in Spain as one of the toughest in world football.
Banksy painting Girl With Red Balloon 'self-destructs' after £1m sale at Sotheby's
A Banksy painting has "self-destructed" just moments after selling for more than £1m.
Usain Bolt baffled by drug test request from Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority
Usain Bolt was left stunned after being handed a drug testing notice despite retiring from athletics and having no professional contract as he bids to launch a football career in Australia.
Harry and Meghan arrive in Sydney for first royal tour
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived in Australia for their first royal tour as a married couple.
Turkish investigators to search Saudi consulate as concerns grow for missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Turkish officials investigating the disappearance and suspected murder of a journalist are set to search the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul.
Chinese kit 'putting all of us at risk' if used in 5G
Security threats from Chinese companies building 5G networks could end up "putting all of us at risk" if they are not tackled quickly, according to a former security minister.
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