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UK EuroMillions ticket holder wins nearly £78m

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A UK ticket holder has won £77,798,898.10 following Friday's EuroMillions draw,


Briton wins bronze in big air snowboarding

Sky News / UK

British snowboarder Billy Morgan has won a bronze medal in the big air event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

School shut over ex-NFL player's Instagram post


A former NFL player has been held by police in the US after a threatening picture posted to his Instagram account forced a school to close.


Brokenshire calls for end to lung cancer stigma

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James Brokenshire, the former Northern Ireland secretary who left the Cabinet after being diagnosed with lung cancer, has called for an end to the stigma surrounding the disease.

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N Korea warned of 'phase two' amid new sanctions

Sky News / World

Donald Trump has said he is hitting North Korea with its "heaviest sanctions ever" and could move to "phase two" if they do not work.


Stormzy ups pressure on May over Grenfell tragedy

Sky News / UK

Rapper Stormzy has continued his battle with the Prime Minister over the Grenfell Tower fire by urging support for a bid to overhaul an inquiry into the tragedy.


Trump thanks Secret Service after White House alert

Sky News / World

Donald Trump has thanked the US Secret Service after the White House was put on lockdown when a vehicle struck a security barrier.

Church of England has 'dealt with' Meghan's divorce

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The Archbishop of Canterbury says Meghan Markle's divorce is something the Church of England has "dealt with" in the same way it would with any other couple.

Trump campaign deputy admits conspiracy against US

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Donald Trump's former campaign deputy has pleaded guilty to conspiring against the United States government.


Stolen Degas painting found on bus

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A missing painting by famed Impressionist Edgar Degas has been found on a bus near Paris nine years after it was stolen.


Labour general secretary McNicol resigns

Sky News / Politics

The Labour Party's general secretary Iain McNicol has resigned from his role in order to "pursue new challenges".

Blair: Labour should support Tory Brexit rebels

Sky News / UK

Tony Blair has urged Labour to team up with Tory rebels and force the Government to stay in a customs union with the EU.

Man charged with manslaughter of Holby star's daughter

Sky News / UK

A 28-year-old man has been charged with the manslaughter of Holby City star John Michie's daughter at a festival.

School shooting survivor 'unimpressed' by Trump

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A survivor of the Florida school shooting who spoke to Donald Trump while recovering in hospital has said she has "never been so unimpressed by a person in my life".


Moments before fatal hit-and-run caught on CCTV

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A car that crashed into and killed two young brothers in Coventry has been caught on camera moments before the collision.

3,200 jobs at risk as Toys R Us UK nears collapse

Sky News / UK

The directors of Toys R Us's British chain are preparing to appoint administrators early next week in a move that will threaten more than 3,000 jobs on an already-troubled high street.


Armed teacher 'would have shot hell out' of gunman

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Donald Trump has insisted that arming teachers would make schools safer, saying they would have "shot the hell out" of the Parkland gunman.

'Self-serving' ex-BHS owner Chappell fined £87k

Sky News / US News

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay £87,170 for failing to provide pensions information to an investigation into the collapse of the retailer.

UK violating human rights with NI abortion law - UN

Sky News / UK

The United Nations has accused the UK of violating women's human rights by restricting access to abortions in Northern Ireland.

Steve Jobs' error-filled pre-Apple CV on sale

Sky News / Technology

An error-filled job application written by Steve Jobs before he co-founded Apple could fetch more than $50,000 (£35,700) at an auction next month.


Jury out in case of 'Big Ben terror teacher'

Sky News / US News

A jury is deciding verdicts in the trial of a teacher who allegedly tried to groom youngsters into terrorism as he plotted attacks on landmarks including Big Ben.

EU boss brands UK's Brexit plan 'pure illusion'

Sky News / Politics

The president of the European Council has delivered a scathing assessment of the UK's Brexit position less than 24 hours after Theresa May appeared to have secured an agreement among her divided Cabinet.


Ejector seat maker fined £1.1m for Red Arrows death

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An ejector seat maker has been fined £1.1m for a health and safety breach which resulted in the death of a Red Arrows pilot.


Myanmar 'bulldozing scores of Rohingya villages'


Myanmar's government is bulldozing Rohingya villages and destroying precious evidence, according to a rights groups.

Law to make attacking police dogs a crime fails

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Campaigners trying to make it an offence to attack service animals, including police dogs and horses, have suffered a setback in the Commons.

Stephen Fry recovering from prostate cancer

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Stephen Fry has announced he is receiving treatment for prostate cancer.


Imminent cold snap will be 'shock to the system'

Sky News / US News

Meteorologically speaking we are less than one week away from the start of spring, but despite recent mild conditions the weather is set to turn cold again and it could last into next month.

Gangs abused girls with 'arrogant persistence'

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Grooming gangs that preyed on 700 girls and vulnerable young women carried out their abuse with "arrogant persistence", a review has found.

Dad's visiting ban lifted before baby's life support withdrawn

Sky News / US News

The father of brain-damaged baby Isaiah Haastrup has had a visiting ban lifted after judges decided to allow the child's life support to be withdrawn.


Hit-and-run victims were 'cheeky and amazing'

Sky News / US News

The mother of two young brothers who died after a hit-and-run crash in Coventry says they will be "deeply missed" by everyone who knew them.