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It's not fair, ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell complains after court hearing
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has complained that he "cannot take this pressure anymore" as he appeared in court to face action to ban him as a company director.
Human images from world's first full-body 3D scanner
Images from the world's first full-body 3D medical scanner, EXPLORER, have been released.
Wall Street in renewed sell-off as oil price slumps
Wall Street shares have fallen sharply for a second session in a row with traders worried about leading tech stocks and a plunge in oil prices.
Now or never to get rid of Theresa May, Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg claims
Conservative MPs hoping to oust Theresa May have been warned it's now or never - or else she could lead the party into the next election.
Carney remarks on draft Brexit deal offer some support to PM May
The governor of the Bank of England has offered support to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal with the EU.
Alex McLeish says Scotland's Nations League promotion is among his best achievements
Alex McLeish has ranked Scotland's UEFA Nations League promotion to League B among his greatest managerial achievements after his side beat Israel 3-2 at Hampden Park.
Yemen ceasefire hopes dashed as fighting resumes in Hodeidah
Hopes of a ceasefire in Yemen have been dashed after fighting resumed in the port city of Hodeidah between the Saudi-UAE coalition and Houthi rebels.
75,000 sign Sky News petition to make TV election debates happen
More than 75,000 people have signed a petition calling for an independent commission to ensure TV debates become a regular fixture of UK elections.
Neymar, Kylian Mbappe injury concerns for PSG ahead of Liverpool clash
Paris Saint-Germain have injury worries over Neymar and Kylian Mbappe ahead of their Champions League match against Liverpool next week.
F1 2019: Mercedes braced for tough Ferrari and Red Bull challenge
Toto Wolff says world champions Mercedes are already braced for a "very difficult and complicated" 2019 with fierce challenges expected from Ferrari and Red Bull.
MPs celebrate new women's football team with keepy-uppy challenge in Commons
The House of Commons chamber is in some ways already a lot like a football stadium.
Donald Trump gives written answers to Robert Mueller's Russia investigation
Donald Trump has provided Special Counsel Robert Mueller with written answers to questions about his knowledge of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, his lawyers have said.
Calls for new agency to rival Interpol as Russian candidate on course to become new president
Britain should set up a new organisation to rival Interpol if a senior Russian official becomes its new president, ministers are being urged.
Snoop Dogg thanks himself as he gets star on Hollywood Walk Of Fame
Snoop Dogg thanked himself for "being me at all times" as he was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
100 years of women MPs - how far have we come?
One hundred years ago today, the Qualification of Women's Act meant that women could become MPs for the first time.
Alex Thomson: British sailor crashes boat as nap 'costs him victory' in solo transatlantic race
A British sailor, who overslept and crashed into land, probably costing him victory in a marathon solo race, said he will "keep a brave face, keep smiling, come back and do it all again".
Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee: 'I see a revolution. Starting right now'
Officially, Sir Tim Berners-Lee doesn't have a favourite website. When you're the creator of the World Wide Web, he says, "You can't."
Renault boss Carlos Ghosn remains in job after arrest over £34m pay claims
Renault boss Carlos Ghosn remains in his job following his arrest in Tokyo for allegedly failing to disclose £34.5m, the car firm has announced.