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Labour MP Stella Creasy: Parliament 'living in 1919, not 2019' on maternity leave
A Labour MP has called for changes to parliament's rules around maternity leave for MPs, accusing the authorities of "living in 1919, not 2019".
Boy, 4, secretly drives great-grandpa's car on mission for sweets
Children will often do anything for sweets, but one American boy has taken his desire for confectionery to the extreme.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam 'sorry' and 'should have done better' after mass protests
Hong Kong's leader has appeared in public to offer her "sincere apology" following mass protests against a proposed extradition law, but has not said she will abandon the bill.
London's knife crime 'epidemic': Experts tell Sky News where they think the blame lies
US President Donald Trump hit out at London mayor Sadiq Khan at the weekend, calling him a "disaster" and a "national disgrace" over knife crime in the capital.
Stars struck by final dramatic moment of Toy Story 4
Tom Hanks has said he had to take a "moment to collect himself" after reading the final lines of Toy Story 4.
Gareth Bale not leaving Real Madrid on loan, says agent Jonathan Barnett
Gareth Bale will not leave Real Madrid on loan this summer, the Welshman’s agent has told Sky Sports News.
OJ Simpson denies being father of Khloe Kardashian in Father's Day message
OJ Simpson has denied being the father of Khloe Kardashian as he rubbished rumours of a past romance with her mother Kris Jenner.
Conservative leadership: Boris Johnson will never be more powerful than he is now
As it stands, Boris Johnson is set to become prime minister in a little over a month with nothing other than a catastrophic gaffe likely to stand in his way.
Paul Pogba expected to stay at Manchester United
Manchester United expect Paul Pogba to stay at the club this summer, but accept a situation may arise where they choose to sell their record signing, Sky Sports News understands.
James Maddison: England's European U21 Championships star?
James Maddison spearheads England's challenge at this summer's European U21 Championships. Jack Wilkinson caught up with the academy coach who oversaw his early development and believes the challenge in Italy and San Marino is fit for the Premier League's most-prolific playmaker.
Man ordered to pay Nigel Farage £350 in compensation for throwing milkshake at him
A man who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage has been ordered to pay the Brexit Party leader £350 in compensation following the "politically motivated attack".
Trump cries foul as Draghi stimulus pledge knocks euro
The head of the European Central Bank (ECB) has come under attack from Donald Trump after he pledged "additional stimulus" if the eurozone economy continues to flag.
Heathrow brushes off fears Boris Johnson could block expansion
Heathrow has brushed off the potential threat of a Boris Johnson premiership to its expansion plans as it kicked off a consultation over the £14bn scheme.
Govt 'out of step' after rejecting proposals to tackle throwaway fashion industry
Calls for a levy on clothing sales to tackle labour abuses and environmental damage caused by "throwaway fashion" have been rejected by the government.