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Meghan makes first public appearance since revealing struggle
The Duchess of Sussex has been seen for the first time in public since revealing she and Prince Harry are struggling with media attention.
Almost half of UK musicians have faced sexual harassment in the industry, says union
Just under half of musicians in the UK have faced sexual harassment in the industry, according to new research.
In one BGT episode kids force-fed over four minutes of junk food adverts
Children watching just one episode of Britain's Got Talent saw more than four and a half minutes of adverts for unhealthy food and drinks, a study has found.
'My two beautiful sons died from ecstasy overdoses - we need to regulate drugs'
The UK's position on drugs is "clearly failing", according to a committee of MPs who have called for some drug offences to be decriminalised.
I met anorexia when I was 12 and she became my everything
The number of new anorexia cases among those aged between eight and 12 is twice the number of previous estimates, a new study has found.
Cyberattacks from 'hostile nation states' foiled by UK Cyber Centre
Cyber attacks from Russia, China, Iran and North Korea pose "strategic national security threats to the UK", according to the CEO of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Harry Dunn: British police to interview suspect Anne Sacoolas under caution in US
British police officers investigating the death of Harry Dunn will interview the suspect under caution in the US.
Wednesday's national newspaper front pages
Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Wednesday's national newspapers.
Woman's life-changing tourist visit as thermal camera picks up cancer
A woman discovered she had breast cancer after a thermal imaging camera in a tourist attraction picked up an unusual patch of heat.
Sex, drugs and politics: How Britain became more socially liberal
Britons have become more socially liberal in the last 30 years, but don't believe that politicians are good people, according to a new study.