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Trident missile misfired and crashed into ocean during rare test launch
A Trident missile has misfired and crashed into the ocean off the coast of Florida during a rare test launch by a British nuclear submarine in an embarrassing blow for the Royal Navy.
Clapham chemical attack: 'Panic on police faces' as 'body of suspect' found in River Thames
Footage has emerged of the moment police discovered what they believe to be the body of Clapham chemical attack suspect Abdul Ezedi in the River Thames.
The Office star Ewen MacIntosh has died
Actor and comedian Ewen MacIntosh, best known for playing Keith in The Office, has died at the age of 50.
BT Tower sold to MCR Hotels in £275m deal
The iconic BT Tower in London is set to become a hotel, if its new owner gets its way.
Young girl dies after being buried by sand while digging hole on beach
A young girl has died after being buried in sand on a beach in Florida.
NHS psychiatric care 'collapsing' amid 'unsafe' mixed wards, bed shortages and poor safeguarding
The NHS England psychiatric care system is "collapsing" under the weight of "unsafe" mixed gender care spaces, inadequate safeguarding protections and bed shortages, according to former and current staff members who have spoken exclusively to Sky News.
Martha's Rule to give NHS patients and families right to urgent second opinion
Patients and their families can request a rapid second opinion from April if they are worried about a condition getting worse, as the NHS rolls out Martha's Rule in England.
Russia detains Los Angeles ballerina Kseniya Karelina 'on suspicion of treason'
Russian authorities have detained a ballerina from Los Angeles who they say is suspected of treason, over claims she took part in fundraising for Ukraine.
Woman's trauma after 72 members of her family killed in Turkey-Syria earthquake - and why she is in 'fear'
"I will never be able to forget what happened - I can still feel the earth shaking," says Rana Bitar, her voice catching in her throat.
Ousted Post Office boss says he was told to 'hobble' into election and not to 'rip off band-aid' on finances
The former boss of the Post Office was told by a senior civil servant to "hobble into the election" and not to "rip the band-aid off" in terms of finances, according to an unearthed memo.