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Alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim calls on Prince Andrew to speak to US law officials
A woman who claims to have been trafficked and abused by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has called on Prince Andrew to speak to US law officials.
Prince Andrew: KPMG not renewing sponsorship of Duke of York's scheme
Accountancy firm KPMG is not renewing its sponsorship of Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace initiative, Sky News understands.
General election: Boris Johnson challenges Jeremy Corbyn ahead of first TV debate
Boris Johnson has issued a Brexit challenge to Jeremy Corbyn ahead of their first head-to-head TV debate of the election campaign.
Jodie Chesney murder: Drug dealer jailed for 26 years for killing schoolgirl
A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to life with a minimum jail term of 26 years for the murder of Jodie Chesney.
Jodie Chesney murder: Video of the moment the girl scout's killers are arrested
Footage of the moment Jodie Chesney's killers were arrested on suspicion of her murder has been released by the Metropolitan Police.
UK weather: Temperatures could fall as low as -9C in parts of UK
Britons are being warned to brace themselves for what could be the coldest night of the year so far on Monday, with temperatures forecast to plummet to as low as -9C (15.8F) in places.
Taylor Swift to get back together with her old songs at American Music Awards
Just when Taylor Swift thought she would never ever, ever get back together with her beloved back catalogue, her former record label has struck a deal allowing her to perform her old songs at the American Music Awards (AMAs).
Woman, 26, dies after brain injury in martial arts fight
An amateur martial arts fighter has died after suffering a brain injury during a match.
General election: John Bercow to join Sky News for election night coverage
John Bercow will be the special guest on Sky News' election night programme.
Villagers in County Durham keep handing in 'mystery' bundles of cash found in streets
Honest people in a village in County Durham keep handing police large bundles of cash which are being mysteriously left in the streets.