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Twitch audience soars amid child protection concerns and worries about gaming addiction
Live-streaming service Twitch has increased its UK audience by 50% in the last year, Sky News has learned.
Pep Guardiola says 'racism is everywhere' and praises Raheem Sterling for speaking out
Pep Guardiola says racism is a deep-rooted problem in society and praised Raheem Sterling for how he dealt with Saturday's incident at Stamford Bridge.
Sky to bring involvement in cycling to a close after 2019 season
After over a decade of involvement in cycling, Sky is bringing to an end its partnership with Team Sky from the end of 2019.
Hope of trade war progress help stocks bounce back but sterling hit again
The pound has hit fresh 20-month lows versus the dollar as the prime minister battles to rescue her Brexit deal with Brussels and shore up her position as Tory leader.
Political tweets, "infowars" and a Russia: how a fake news row went mainstream
A political row is brewing after Labour warned of a "Conservative Party, establishment cover-up" over an anti-disinformation think tank accused of political attacks against senior Labour figures.
Strasbourg Christmas market shooting: Thai tourist among three killed as gunman escapes
A gunman still on the run after killing three people near a Christmas market in Strasbourg has been identified by police as Strasbourg-born Cherif Chekatt, 29.
Grace Millane murder: Family of British backpacker say their 'whole world turned upside down'
The family of a murdered British backpacker have said their "whole world turned upside down" after the 22-year-old's death.
Trump threatens government shutdown if Mexico wall does not get funding
Donald Trump has threatened to shut down the US government if the Democrats refuse to vote in favour of his Mexican border wall.
Chelsea supporter denies Raheem Sterling racist abuse but apologises for behaviour
The Chelsea supporter accused of racially abusing Raheem Sterling at Stamford Bridge on Saturday has apologised for his behaviour, but denied he used racist language.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool's Alisson made save of the season in win over Napoli
Jurgen Klopp says he "would have paid double" for Alisson after he made a crucial save to secure Liverpool's place in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Is Theresa May letting the Brexit clock run out to raise the stakes on her deal?
There have been smiles, handshakes, kisses and hugs for Theresa May as she has toured European capitals in a desperate bid to save the withdrawal deal.
In full: Former Tory minister Owen Paterson's letter calling for Theresa May no confidence vote
A former cabinet minister has added to the growing pressure on Theresa May by becoming the latest Tory MP to submit a letter calling for a vote of no confidence in the prime minister.
EU risks bank crisis from 'no-deal' Brexit, say UK officials
UK officials have been warning EU27 nations that a "no-deal" Brexit places a high risk of financial disruption to their banks, Sky News understands.
Pupils' hit song for boy with cancer aims for Christmas number one
A school in Ireland could be heading for a Christmas number one after releasing a version of the song Lean On Me to support a pupil diagnosed with cancer.
Jose Mourinho calls on Paul Pogba to lead way for Man Utd at Valencia
Jose Mourinho says he wants Paul Pogba to set a good example for his less-experienced team-mates in Valencia on Wednesday.
'Babes in the wood' murderer Russell Bishop jailed for at least 36 years
A convicted paedophile who was found guilty of murdering two nine-year-old girls in 1986 has been jailed for life.