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Rangers star Graham Dorrans 'bottled' while on holiday in Ibiza as video footage emerges of midfielder on the floor holding his head after 'vicious assault' on night out

Friday  13:12,   24 may 2019

Rangers star Graham Dorrans was allegedly 'bottled' during a night out while on holiday in Ibiza. A video has emerged on social media appearing to show the... >>>

£10m UK scheme to help stop Russia attacking democracies

Friday  08:30,   24 may 2019

Britain is leading a fightback in Europe against efforts by Russia to attack democracies with fake news and disinformation, Sky News has learnt. A £10m programme seeks to help a network of groups to combat what sources say is a long-term Kremlin... >>>

Revealed: why Leonardo da Vinci thought he was a failure

Friday  05:25,   24 may 2019

Revealed: why Leonardo da Vinci thought he was a... >>>

OAP veteran pelted with milkshake as he campaigned for Brexit Party

Friday  00:20,   24 may 2019

An elderly veteran was pelted with milkshake as he campaigned for the Brexit Party. Don McNaughton, 81, who served in the British Army for 22 years, was campaigning for the party in North Lane, Aldershot when he was attacked. Brexit Party member... >>>

Hampstead Heath pond enshrines trans women’s right of access

Thursday  23:20,   23 may 2019

The right of transgender women to access a single-sex swimming pond in Hampstead Heath, north London, has been formally acknowledged under a new policy. Swimmers have been encouraged to use ponds “aligning with their gender identity” by the City of... >>>

Man jailed for blowing up home while wife was inside

Thursday  05:25,   23 may 2019

A 68-year-old man has been jailed for five years and four months for blowing up his home while his wife was inside. Elaine Clowes was downstairs when the "almighty explosion" happened but managed to escape without injury as the property "collapsed... >>>

Ex-PM Major 'must answer infected blood inquiry'

Wednesday  09:50,   22 may 2019

Former prime minister Sir John Major should be called to give evidence to the infected blood inquiry about what he knew of the scandal, victims and families of those affected have told Sky News. Up to 5,000 people were infected with HIV or Hepatitis >>>

The Chelsea Flower Show winner with no flowers: Garden with not a single bloom in sight is the first entirely green plot ever to win a prize

Wednesday  09:40,   22 may 2019

The M&G Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon, was crowned as the Best in Show by the Royal Horticulture Society's judges in Chelsea... >>>

Chelsea Flower Show reveals its plant of the year

Tuesday  08:26,   21 may 2019

It beat 19 others plants to the coveted... >>>

Navy warship tests firepower during missile exercise

Tuesday  08:25,   21 may 2019

HMS Defender put the system through its paces on... >>>

Theresa May is branded a 'coward' by ex-Army Tory MP Johnny Mercer for allowing 'witch hunt' against Northern Ireland veterans

Tuesday  07:40,   21 may 2019

Tory backbenchers who served as soldiers rounded on Prime Minister Theresa May in the House of Commons, accusing her of being 'complicit' in a witch-hunt. Former Army captain Johnny Mercer said it was 'genuinely shocking' that Mrs May had said... >>>

Oxford University To Launch Schemes To Widen Access To Disadvantaged Students

Tuesday  06:50,   21 may 2019

Oxford University is set to launch two new schemes aimed at widening access to disadvantaged... >>>

Kate and William give Queen guided tour of Chelsea Flower Show garden

Tuesday  05:40,   21 may 2019

The Queen attends the event in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea every year. This year, she was joined by the Duke of York and Princess Beatrice of York, the Countess of Wessex, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Prince and Princess Michael >>>

Oil leaking from British WWII tanker torpedoed by U-boat

Tuesday  04:10,   21 may 2019

A team has been working to stop oil leaking from a British tanker sunk off the US coast during World War Two. The Coimbra was carrying more than two million gallons of oil when she was torpedoed in January 1942 by a German U-boat. She sank about 30... >>>

WATCH: 'It's horrible to be trapped in a situation like that' - what people think about the Divorce Referendum

Monday  19:05,   20 may 2019

With the local and European elections coming up this Friday, it is almost easy to forget that there is another matter to vote on. There will be also a referendum about a proposed change to the constitution in relation to divorce. The main change... >>>