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Boris Johnson ducks question about 'staged' photo with partner
Boris Johnson has dodged questions about a "staged" photograph with his girlfriend as he took questions during a live radio phone-in.
Harry and Meghan's £2.4m home renovation sparks backlash
Campaigners have called for a parliamentary inquiry to be launched after it was revealed that £2.4m of taxpayers' money was spent on refurbishing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's home.
The Royal Family cost each of us £1.24 last year. This is why
The monarchy cost British taxpayers £67m during 2018-19 - a 41% increase on the previous financial year.
Europe heatwave: Temperatures of 40C 'potentially dangerous', forecasters warn
France is taking extra precautions ahead of a "potentially dangerous" heatwave that is set to hit much of Europe this week.
Trump says rape accuser 'totally lying' and 'not my type'
US President Donald Trump has said a writer who has accused him of raping her is "totally lying" and is "not my type".
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield to face retrial over 95 deaths
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans.
Israel Folau: Sacked Australian rugby star's new fundraiser earning $1,000 a minute
Israel Folau has found another way to raise funds for his legal battle against Rugby Australia after his GoFundMe page was shut down.
Aubrey Trail: Murder suspect slashes own throat during trial
A man accused of killing and dismembering a 24-year-old woman slashed his neck and fell from his wheelchair during his murder trial.
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket carrying the ashes of 152 people
SpaceX has launched its Falcon Heavy rocket in one of its most challenging missions, and is carrying a variety of cargo from 24 satellites to human remains.
Penge road rage attack victim: 'I want to see the idiot who did this to me'
An 80-year-old man who was knocked unconscious in a road rage attack has told Sky News he wants to see the "idiot" who was responsible as they prepare to come face-to-face in court.