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IS bride Shamima Begum set to begin her fight to return to UK
A lawyer representing Shamima Begum's family has told Sky News he hopes to help the IS bride appeal against the decision to strip her of British citizenship "as soon as possible".
Labour MP Ian Austin quits party: I can't ask people to make Corbyn PM
MP Ian Austin has quit the Labour Party, claiming it is "broken" under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Chelsea given two transfer-window ban after breaching FIFA rules
Chelsea have been banned from signing players for two transfer windows after being found guilty of breaching rules about signing minors by FIFA.
Time's Up for the Oscars over gender imbalance, campaigners warn
The Oscars will have to answer to the Time's Up campaign if Sunday’s ceremony does not redress an historic gender imbalance, leaders of the movement have told Sky News.
Jeremy Corbyn: Removing IS teen Shamima Begum's UK citizenship 'not right'
Jeremy Corbyn has told Sky News stripping Islamic State recruit Shamima Begum of her British citizenship is "not the right thing to do".
Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial could return vs Liverpool, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial could be fit to return for Manchester United against Liverpool on Renault Super Sunday, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Jamie Carragher meets Mo Salah ahead of Manchester United vs Liverpool
In a Sky Sports exclusive, Jamie Carragher met Mohamed Salah to discuss Manchester United, his best position, criticism and a big week for Liverpool.
Paul Pogba is a leader at Manchester United, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba is in a class of his own in world football when it comes to attacking midfielders.
IS brides' utopian fantasy has ended in de facto imprisonment
It was quickly clear to me that time spent in a special camp reserved for the family members of Islamic State is a form of punishment – and their sentence has already begun.
Trade pact with Japan ruled out by Brexit deadline
The government has admitted it has run out of time to roll over existing trade pacts with Japan and Turkey in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Mohamed Salah says Liverpool's league position means title pressure always there
Mohamed Salah believes that with Liverpool in the position they are in, they cannot just enjoy their season, with a "dream" Premier League title so close.
El Chapo trial: Jurors accused of 'massive misconduct'
Jurors in the trial of drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have been accused of "massive misconduct" by the convict's lawyer.
Theresa May meets Conservative waverers as she rejects defectors' complaints
Theresa May has met two further possible Tory defectors as she rejected the complaints of a trio of MPs who have already quit the Conservative Party.
Empire actor Jussie Smollett freed on bail after 'staging racist attack over salary'
Empire actor Jussie Smollett has been released on bail after being accused by police of staging his own racist and homophobic attack.
Spacecraft successfully lands on small asteroid 186 million miles from Earth
A Japanese spacecraft has landed on an asteroid more than 186 million miles from Earth on a mission to uncover clues about the origins of life.
Nurses 'released cockroaches to get transfer from ward'
Nurses at a hospital in Naples may have released cockroaches into a ward in order to get it closed, police have said.
PM facing fresh rebellion by Conservative MPs opposed to no-deal Brexit
Theresa May is facing the threat of a new rebellion by Conservative MPs intent on avoiding a no-deal Brexit.