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Coronavirus: Race to trace 2,000 people who flew to UK from Wuhan
Medics are trying to trace 2,000 people who have flown from Wuhan to the UK in the weeks since the coronavirus outbreak.
Hundreds of patients recalled over unnecessary operation fears
More than 200 patients have been recalled amid concerns a consultant surgeon has been carrying out unnecessary operations at a private hospital in the West Midlands.
Ben Stokes apologises for shouting abuse at spectator in Johannesburg
England cricketer Ben Stokes has apologised for shouting abuse at a fan on the first day of the fourth Test against South Africa.
Climate change: Citizens assembly to discuss Britain's 2050 emissions target
More than 100 specially selected members of the public will meet an expert panel in Birmingham on Saturday to discuss how Britain can reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
X Factor's Danny Tetley jailed for nine years over child sex offences
A former X Factor star has been jailed for nine years after being found guilty of grooming teenage boys and inducing them to send him indecent pictures.
Former Speaker John Bercow 'brutalised Commons staff', says ex-Black Rod
Two former parliamentary staff are considering making formal complaints against John Bercow, Sky News has learnt, amid claims the former Speaker "brutalised" staff.
Arrest over 'satanic killings' of Hampshire sheep
A 41-year-old man has been arrested after several sheep were killed and injured in "occult" attacks in Hampshire.
Seamus Mallon: Tributes paid to 'force of nature' Stormont peacemaker
Former US president Bill Clinton has led tributes to Seamus Mallon, an architect of the Northern Ireland peace process who has died aged 83.
Wetherspoons urges parents to stick to two alcoholic drinks
Wetherspoons has insisted children are welcome at its pubs after it emerged the chain has a guideline limiting parents to two alcoholic drinks each if they have youngsters with them.
Man faces jail for using fake membership card at Lord's cricket ground
A man who faked a membership card to get access to an exclusive area of Lord's cricket ground has been told he could go to jail.