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PM calls on EU to 'evolve' its Brexit position as she warns MPs will block Irish border backstop plan
Theresa May will throw down the gauntlet to Brussels by demanding the EU "evolve their position" on Brexit, while declaring MPs will veto the bloc's proposed Irish border solution.
Donald Trump to invite Vladimir Putin to White House in autumn
Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser to invite Vladimir Putin to the White House in the autumn.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab calls for 'renewed vigour' in Brussels negotiations
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has called for "renewed energy, vigour and vim" in negotiations with the EU, as he made his first trip to Brussels since taking on the role.
Liam Gallagher tells Noel: It's time to get 'the Big O back together'
Liam Gallagher has offered the olive branch to his brother Noel, saying the pair should finally get "the Big O back together" and stop "f****** about".
Sir Cliff Richard wins £210,000 damages from BBC
Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.
A win for Sir Cliff, but is media freedom the ultimate loser?
This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Is there a sexual assault epidemic at US universities?
There is an epidemic of sexual violence on America's college campuses, according to some researchers. Sky News travelled to Ohio, home to several large universities and a huge student population, to find out more.
Now That's what I Call Music is the soundtrack to my life
The 100th Now That's What I Call Music compilation is released on Friday.
Liverpool sign Alisson from Roma in record deal for a goalkeeper
Alisson Becker has officially joined Liverpool from Roma in a deal that makes him the world's most expensive goalkeeper.
Whyte vs Parker: Dillian Whyte scathing of Joseph Parker's bravery
Dillian Whyte has lambasted Joseph Parker’s performance against Anthony Joshua as “cowardly”.
British 'hitman' hunted after man shot in head in Amsterdam
A suspected British hitman is being hunted by police over a gangland shooting in Amsterdam.
CPS boss Saunders criticised over rape case evidence failings
MPs have criticised the director of public prosecutions after a series of rape and sexual assault cases cases collapsed because key evidence was withheld.
Jonny Bairstow thinks England's ODI and Test form comparisons are 'unfair'
Jonny Bairstow says it is "unfair" to compare the form of England's one-day and Test teams but feels the ODI series win over India can help the red-ball side.
List of parliament's sleaze probes deleted after House of Commons 'cover up' vote
A webpage listing which MPs are being probed by parliament's sleaze watchdog has been deleted within hours of the House of Commons voting to back anonymity for those under investigation.
Man with world's longest fingernails gets them cut after 66 years
The Guinness World Record holder for the longest fingernails ever on a single hand has had his claws cut after 66 years.
'Human shield' baby rescued from bank robber by police
Footage has emerged of the moment police rescue a young child from a bank robber who was using the baby as a human shield.
Nation state bill moves Israel towards 'apartheid state'
It was like a whirlwind had blown through the Knesset - a stormy session with ripped copies of the nation state bill thrown in the air by disgusted Arab MPs.
Trump's Oxfordshire dinner: The inside story on Blenheim Palace function
A member of the UK business community invited to join President Trump at a dinner during his UK visit last week says she attended because it was the 'constructive thing to do'.
German soldiers return to Guernsey for first time since WWII occupation
In 1940 their countrymen invaded and occupied but almost 80 years later, German soldiers have returned to Guernsey as friends.