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Huawei gets green light for role in UK 5G network despite security warnings

Theresa May has approved Huawei's bid to help build Britain's 5G network, despite warnings about the risk posed to national security. The Chinese telecoms giant has been granted restricted access to build non-core infrastructure such...

Mars, we hear you! NASA’s InSight detects tremor on red planet

A NASA Martian rover has recorded what is thought to be a "Marsquake" - a tremor on the mysterious red planet. The quake monitor attached to the robotic probe InSight recorded the faint rumbling sound...

Northern Ireland prepares for funeral of journalist shot in riots

A funeral will be held later for the journalist shot dead while covering riots in Northern Ireland. Lyra McKee, 29, was shot in the head on the Creggan estate in Derry on 18 April.Her funeral...

The Farage phenomenon could put Johnson into No 10

(c) Sky News 2019: The Farage phenomenon could put Johnson into No 10

Raheem Sterling: We need more than social media posts to tackle racism

Manchester City footballer Raheem Sterling has said more must be done to tackle racism in sport, adding that t-shirts and social media posts are not enough. The 24-year-old, who has been subject to racist abuse...

Hammond starts search for Mark Carney successor at Bank of England

The chancellor is starting the process to find a new governor of the Bank of England as Mark Carney's extended tenure nears its end. The Treasury said in a statement that an advert for the...

Tory grandee Ann Widdecombe to stand as Brexit Party candidate

Tory grandee Ann Widdecombe has defected to the Brexit Party to stand as a candidate in the upcoming Euro elections. The former minister, who served as a Conservative MP for 13 years, said she hoped...

Mars, we hear you! NASA’s InSight detects tremor on red planet

A NASA Martian rover has recorded what is thought to be a "Marsquake" - a tremor on the mysterious red planet. The quake monitor attached to the robotic probe InSight recorded the faint rumbling sound...

Child abuse images still online six years after victim’s rescue

Photos of a child's sexual abuse are still being shared online, six years after she was rescued from her abuser. The Internet Watch Foundation's report Once Upon A Year chronicles the experience of a child...

Sri Lanka bombings: Minister says one of the attackers studied in UK

One of the suicide bombers in Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday attacks studied in the UK. At a press conference this morning, the country's Deputy Defence Minister Ruwan Wijewardene said: We believe one of the suicide...

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