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'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell jailed for abuse

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Former football coach Barry Bennell was branded "the devil incarnate" as he was jailed for 30 years for sexually abusing young boys.

'Warped and sadistic' paedophile jailed

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A gifted young academic who became a "warped and sadistic" paedophile has been jailed for 32 years.

Paedophile victim: How I fell into Falder's trap

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One of the 46 victims of "warped and sadistic" paedophile Matthew Falder has spoken of her "shame" at how 'Liz' - the name Falder used to masquerade on a marketplace website - snared her online.

Trump U-turn over gun owner background checks

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US President Donald Trump appears to have changed his position on gun control in the wake of the Florida school mass shooting and now supports efforts to make it harder for criminals to buy firearms.

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Fresh turmoil as UKIP lose control of only council

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UKIP are set to lose the only major council they have ever controlled as the party's fortunes worsen further.

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Abolishing tuition fees not the answer - May

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Theresa May hit out at Labour's pledge to abolish university tuition fees as she unveiled a wide-ranging review of post-18 education.

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Search continues for crashed Iranian plane

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The search for a plane which crashed in Iran's Zagros mountains with 65 people on board will continue on Tuesday.

Adults 'eating 50% more calories than they realise'...

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Adults in the UK are underestimating the calories they consume by 50%, according to new statistics.

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Great Ormond Street may keep Presidents Club cash

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Britain's best-known children's hospital charity is debating whether to retain hundreds of thousands of pounds raised at a scandal-hit event, weeks after insisting that it would hand the money back.

May slams 'horrific' behaviour of Oxfam staff

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Theresa May has hit out at the "horrific" behaviour of staff at Oxfam and called on charities to reveal their safeguarding arrangements to the Government.

Massive volcanic eruption 'turned day into night'

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A major volcanic eruption in Indonesia has propelled ash and rock more than 5,000m (16,400ft) into the sky.

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Finger lickin' crisis: KFC runs out of chicken

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KFC has had to shut most of its restaurants across the UK and Ireland after "teething problems" with a new delivery contractor meant it ran out of chicken.

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Trump dares Oprah to run in 2020 to 'expose' her

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Donald Trump has dared Oprah Winfrey to enter the White House race in 2020, saying he wants her to be "exposed and defeated".

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Woman charged over angry note on ambulance

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A woman has been charged in connection with an angry note telling an ambulance driver to "move your van".

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War in Afghanistan: Threat of attacks 'worse than ever'

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The commander of Kabul's elite police unit has told Sky News the threat of attacks in the Afghan capital is worse than ever, despite security of the city being a key plank of the US-led forces' strategy for the country.

Oxfam: Haiti abuse witnesses were threatened

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A newly released internal report into alleged abuse by Oxfam aid workers in Haiti has revealed that three of the suspects physically threatened or intimidated a witness.

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Afghan security: Britain 'should commit more troops'

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Britain should commit more troops to help stabilise Afghanistan and be prepared to remain in the country for many more years, a former Head of the British Armed Forces has said.

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BAFTA Awards go black for Time's Up and #MeToo

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On the night Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri cleaned up at the 71st British Academy Film Awards, the red carpet played host to a parade of stars wearing black.

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Three Billboards wins big at the BAFTA Awards

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Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri picked up the coveted best film award as it claimed five gongs at the 71st BAFTA Awards.

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May: Student fees among world's most expensive

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The Prime Minister is set to admit students in England face one of the "most expensive systems of university tuition in the world" as she announces a wide-ranging review of funding for further and higher education.

Sunday, Feb 18

Trump: Russia 'laughing their asses off' at US

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Donald Trump has said Russia is "laughing their asses off" at what he claims is the "discord, disruption and chaos" gripping the US.

Jo Cox's sister: 'Difficult day' amid harassment claims

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The sister of murdered MP Jo Cox has said the family will support her widower over accusations of sexual harassment.

Watson gives £1m to harassment fund ahead of BAFTAs

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Emma Watson has donated £1m to a new fund aiming to tackle a "culture of harassment, abuse and impunity".

Dozens presumed dead as plane crashes in Iran

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Dozens of people are presumed dead after a plane crashed in a foggy, mountainous region in southern Iran.

Saturday, Feb 17

Jo Cox husband quits charities amid harassment claims

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The husband of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox has quit two charities set up in her name following accusations of sexual harassment.

UKIP members vote to sack leader Henry Bolton

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton has been sacked after losing a no confidence motion at an extraordinary general meeting of party members.

UK hit by biggest earthquake for decade

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Parts of Britain have been struck by the country's biggest earthquake for 10 years.

May to EU: 'Doctrine' should not risk security

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Theresa May has called for a new security treaty with the EU after Brexit, warning against "deep-seated ideology" from Brussels scuppering a deal.

Friday, Feb 16

May to call for new security treaty with EU

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Theresa May will tell world leaders and politicians at the annual global security conference in Munich that Britain will continue to contribute to the security of Europe but a new security treaty needs to be reached.

Thirteen charged with US election interference

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Charges have been filed against 13 employees of a Russian troll factory which is accused of attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.

Why are white men more likely to carry out mass shootings?

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After another mass shooting in a school, Americans are seeking to solve the problem of gun violence.

Gunman 'visited 39 times by police in seven years'

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The teenager accused of killing 17 students and teachers in a Florida school was visited by police 39 times in seven years.

Thursday, Feb 15

Trump branded 'piece of s***' by Florida student

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Donald Trump has been branded a "piece of s***" by a girl believed to be a student at the Florida school where 17 people were killed in a mass shooting.

Pictured: 17 victims gunned down in school massacre

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Tributes have been paid to several of the students and teachers killed in a mass shooting at a Florida school.

What we know about 'troubled' shooting suspect

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Nikolas Cruz, 19, is in custody accused of massacring 17 people, including students and teachers, at a high school in Florida.

'Outcast' ex-pupil held after 17 killed in Florida school 'carnage'

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Investigators are trying to find out what made a 19-year-old student open fire at his former school in Florida, killing 17 people.

Wednesday, Feb 14

Seventeen dead in Florida high school shooting

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Seventeen people have been killed, police have said, and an unknown number injured in a Florida high school shooting.

Body in freezer: Builder guilty of murdering niece

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A man has been jailed for at least 40 years for murdering his niece and the attempted murder of another woman.

Man dies after 'serious accident' at Heathrow

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A man has died after two airport vehicles were involved in a "serious accident" on the airfield at Heathrow.

Sky meets the men behind Mexico's new murder epidemic

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A huge increase in the production and supply of drugs to the United States from Mexico is the cause of an explosion of violence in the Central American country that has seen record levels of murders in the past year, according to both…