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Coronavirus may already be in UK - top doctor warns
The deadly coronavirus that has killed 80 people in China is likely to already be in the UK, according to England's director for health protection.
Meghan's father Thomas Markle vows to see Duchess of Sussex in court
Thomas Markle has vowed to see his daughter Meghan in court in her legal case against the Mail on Sunday - as he claimed she and Harry had "hurt" the Queen by their decision to step back from royal duties.
Whistleblowers say public have been 'deceived' over cost of HS2
Two HS2 whistle-blowers have told Sky News they feel there should be a public inquiry into the spiralling cost of HS2 and that the taxpayer has been deceived.
Duchess of Cambridge takes moving photos of 'life-affirming' Holocaust survivors
A man who endured Nazi concentration camps as a child is among the people photographed by the Duchess of Cambridge for an exhibition marking 75 years since the World War II genocide ended.
Hundreds warned they face eviction because of Grenfell-style cladding
Hundreds of people living in tower blocks have been warned they could be evicted because of dangerous cladding, as the second phase of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster begins.
Police officer dies in single-vehicle crash on M6
A 47-year-old police officer has died following a single-vehicle crash on the M6, Cumbria Constabulary has said.
Coronavirus: Victims could pose minor risk after death, NHS staff warned
NHS staff have been warned that victims of the coronavirus could continue to pose a minor risk even after death.
Coronavirus: UK 'looking at all options' to help Britons stuck in China
The government is "looking at all options" to help Britons stranded in the Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, the home secretary has said.
Nearly 10,000 retail jobs lost this year as sector pins its hopes on 5G
Nearly 10,000 retail jobs have been lost since the start of this year, according to new research.
Brexit: For some Britons living in the EU, life is becoming increasingly uncertain
Denis Logan stirs his tea, looks round his favourite cafe and smiles.