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Coronavirus: Chancellor to launch 'Winter Economy Plan' to prevent a 'tsunami' of job losses
Rishi Sunak is unveiling an emergency COVID rescue plan to protect jobs that is expected to include wage subsidies, VAT cuts and more cheap loans for struggling businesses.
Coronavirus: Download NHS contact tracing app to 'make country a safer place', health secretary urges
Every person who downloads the NHS coronavirus contact tracing app will be helping "make the country a safer place", the health secretary has told Sky News.
Breonna Taylor: Louisville police officers shot during nationwide protests
Two police officers have been shot in Kentucky in the US after no officers were charged with offences directly linked to the killing of Breonna Taylor in March.
Breonna Taylor: Protesters vow to continue 'until we get change'
As news broke that three officers were not going to be charged with killing Breonna Taylor, Jefferson Square Park in Louisville briefly fell silent.
Inside the control room that sends drones to catch people smugglers on the English Channel
A people smuggler has been jailed after being captured on camera by a drone - as Sky News was given exclusive access to the base where the aircraft is sent out to catch traffickers.
Trump takes a swipe at Meghan Markle after she urged Americans to vote: 'I'm not a fan of hers'
Donald Trump has taken a swipe at Meghan Markle after she and Prince Harry urged Americans to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Coronavirus: Boots suspends flu jabs after 'unprecedented demand'
Boots has said it is no longer taking bookings for the flu jab "due to unprecedented demand".
Coronavirus curfew could kill the heart of London as revellers melt into the night
A throng of clubbers stumbling out onto the streets of Soho is a common sight.
Claremont killings: Alleged serial killer Bradley Edwards found guilty of two of three murders from 1990s
A man accused of being Australia's Claremont serial killer has been found guilty of murdering two young women in the 1990s.
Coronavirus: UK volunteers to be deliberately infected with COVID-19 to test vaccine
British volunteers are to be deliberately infected with COVID-19 to test whether a vaccine offers any protection.
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