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Motorists told to 'carry on as normal' when buying fuel after BP shut some petrol stations
The transport secretary has said motorists should "carry on as normal" when it comes to buying fuel, after BP closed some of its petrol stations due to supply issues.
Sabina Nessa murder: Hunt for man caught on CCTV as police arrest suspect
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering teacher Sabina Nessa - as police issue CCTV images of another man they wish to speak to over her death.
Climate change: phase out gas power by 2035, say businesses including Nestle, Thames Water, Co-op
Big businesses including BT, Thames Water and the Co-op have called on the government to phase out gas power by 2035, in a week when spiralling gas import prices have left the UK grappling with enormous price hikes.
La Palma volcano eruption: Thousands of people evacuated with many homes lost underground
The rumbling of Cumbre Vieja is deceptive.
England 'on target' to eliminate HIV transmission by 2030, study says
England is "on target" to eliminate HIV transmission by 2030, according to a new study.
Derek Chauvin: Former police officer who murdered George Floyd appeals conviction
The former Minneapolis police officer jailed for the murder of George Floyd has appealed against his conviction.
COVID-19: Around 100 military medics to be sent to Northern Ireland to support hospital staff treating coronavirus patients
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has granted a request to send around 100 military medics to Northern Ireland to support hospitals in need of help to deal with the number of coronavirus patients, Sky News has learnt.
R Kelly's lawyer compares him to Martin Luther King in closing arguments of sex abuse trial
Women accusing R Kelly of sexual abuse were motivated to lie by money and were little more than star-struck fans, a lawyer for the R&B star argued during the closing argument of his trial in New York.
Carles Puigdemont: Former Catalan independence leader arrested in Italy
Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who is accused of helping to organise an illegal independence referendum in Spain, has been detained in Italy.
New laws to make sure hospitality workers can keep their tips
Employers who withhold tips from workers will be breaking the law under government plans to help around two million workers in the hospitality, leisure, and services sectors.