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Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield to face retrial over 95 deaths
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans.
Harry and Meghan's £2.4m home renovation sparks backlash
Campaigners have called for a parliamentary inquiry to be launched after it was revealed that £2.4m of taxpayers' money was spent on refurbishing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's home.
The Royal Family cost each of us £1.24 last year. This is why
The monarchy cost British taxpayers £67m during 2018-19 - a 41% increase on the previous financial year.
Boris Johnson ducks question about 'staged' photo with partner
Boris Johnson has dodged questions about a "staged" photograph with his girlfriend as he took questions during a live radio phone-in.
Southern Water face criminal probe after record £126m fine - and customers to get rebates
Southern Water is under criminal investigation by the Environment Agency after "serious failures" in its sewage treatment sites and for deliberately misreporting its performance.
Union at risk from 'us v them' nationalism - Gordon Brown
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned the future of the United Kingdom is at risk from the rise of "narrow nationalism" that makes people "hate their neighbours".
Penge road rage attack victim: 'I want to see the idiot who did this to me'
An 80-year-old man who was knocked unconscious in a road rage attack has told Sky News he wants to see the "idiot" who was responsible as they prepare to come face-to-face in court.
Heathrow's third runway may prevent other UK airports from expanding, adviser warns
None of Britain's other airports will be able to have major expansions in the coming decades if Heathrow gets its third runway, the government's adviser has warned.
RAF's new F35 jets fly operational missions for first time with sorties against Islamic State
The RAF's new F35 fighter jets have flown on operations for the first time, a significant milestone in their development.
HPV vaccinations for boys could reduce cancer rates in men, research shows
New research suggests that vaccinating boys against human papillomavirus, or HPV, could cut cancer rates related to the virus in men in the long term.