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Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has been interviewed under caution by police over an allegation of racist abuse at Heathrow airport.
A British millionaire was "murdered" on his first wedding anniversary by a hit-and-run driver hired by his Ukrainian internet bride, a coroner was told.
The Government is planning to introduce a fast-track bill in Parliament on Thursday to begin the process of leaving the EU, according to Sky sources.
The pound has slipped back after the UK's highest court ruled on a legal challenge over the Brexit vote.
Theresa May needs the approval of Parliament to trigger the Brexit process, Britain's most senior judges have ruled.
A 35-year-old man has died after being repeatedly stabbed in the stomach and back on a bus in the West Midlands.
Drivers caught going considerably over the speed limit will face harsher punishment from April.
The Prince of Wales has given his backing to the Sky Ocean Rescue campaign, describing the build-up of plastic waste in our oceans as "one of the most troubling environmental trends".
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The Supreme Court is to deliver its long-awaited judgment on whether ministers or Parliament have the power to start the Brexit process.
Witnesses giving evidence at the inquest into the deaths of 30 murdered Britons in Tunisia have described how the first victims to be targeted didn't stand a chance.
Gorden Kaye - the star of long-running World War II sitcom Allo Allo! - has died, aged 75.
The head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, has announced he is to quit for personal reasons.
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