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Prince Andrew steps back from public duties over Jeffrey Epstein scandal
Prince Andrew is stepping back from public duties for the "foreseeable future" over his links to billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
America gripped as Andrew's offer shifts focus to Epstein's victims
Prince Andrew’s offer to talk to “any appropriate law enforcement agency” in their investigations into his friend and convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has added a new impetus to a story that has gripped America.
Ten arrested in London after '£15m smuggled from UK to Dubai hidden in suitcases'
Ten people suspected of smuggling more than £15m of dirty money from the UK to Dubai in suitcases have been arrested in a series of raids.
Extinction Rebellion co-founder calls Holocaust 'just another f***ery in human history'
Extinction Rebellion's co-founder, Roger Hallam, has caused outrage after telling a German publication that the Holocaust was "just another f***ery in human history".
Trump impeachment inquiry: President denies ambassador's evidence of 'quid pro quo' with Ukraine
Donald Trump has disputed evidence from the US ambassador to the EU that he wanted a "quid pro quo" with Ukraine that would see him offer a White House meeting in return for an investigation into Joe Biden.
General election: Jo Swinson brands Boris Johnson serial liar at Liberal Democrat manifesto launch
Jo Swinson has accused Boris Johnson of being a serial liar, as she unveiled the Liberal Democrats' general election manifesto.
Facebook posts with the word 'vote' blocked after leaders' TV election debate
Posts containing the word "vote" have been blocked from appearing on Facebook, raising fears about censorship, Sky News can exclusively reveal.
General election: Jeremy Corbyn to pledge housebuilding ‘revolution’ in manifesto
Jeremy Corbyn is launching Labour's election manifesto with a scorching attack on the "establishment" and the rich and powerful.
Joseph McCann trial: Mother was 'tied up while rapist molested her children'
A mother was tied up with electrical cable by a knife-wielding sex attacker who molested her 17-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son, a court heard.
Durham neo-Nazi, 16, found guilty of planning terrorist attacks
A 16-year-old neo-Nazi from Durham, who admired Hitler and wrote about an "inevitable race war", has been convicted of preparing to commit terrorist acts.