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Child abusers who prey on vulnerable youngsters desperate to achieve sporting success are "evil in plain sight", former England player Paul Stewart has told Sky News. The 52-year-old said years of abuse at the hands of youth team coach Frank...
Counting is taking place in the Richmond Park by-election, triggered after Zac Goldsmith resigned as a Conservative MP in protest at the Heathrow expansion go-ahead. He chose to run as an independent in this race and is trying to see...
Sky News understands the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has privately told at least four EU ambassadors that he supports freedom of movement - despite the Government's hard stance on Brexit. The high-ranking diplomats were speaking under the Chatham House rule,...
Calls to a hotline on sexual abuse in football have more than tripled the amount made in the first days of the Savile scandal. The NSPCC said the service, established in co-operation with the Football Association on 23 November, has...
The pilot of a plane carrying a Brazilian football team said he had run out of fuel moments before crashing in Colombia, according to a recording. Seventy-one people died when the aircraft came down in a mountainous area, including most...
Oil prices have soared after OPEC countries agreed their first cut in production since 2008. The deal will see the group's member countries reduce production by 1.2 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels, effective from January.The 14-member Organisation...
A British couple caught up in deadly wildfires in Tennessee have told Sky News how they woke up in an empty hotel with fires burning around them after staff allegedly forgot to let them know they were evacuating. Adrian and...
Aleppo is at risk of becoming "one giant graveyard" and its people exterminated, a top UN envoy has warned. Stephen O'Brien was speaking to a special UN Security Council meeting as hundreds of civilians fleeing the city were reportedly detained...
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES :: MetroForeign Secretary Boris Johnson told EU ambassadors he supports freedom of movement despite the Government's tough Brexit stance.:: The GuardianEU citizens worried about their right to remain in the UK have inundated the Home Office...
Controversial treatments to create so-called "three-parent babies" could be introduced in the UK in just a few months. It comes after a panel of experts recommended cautious adoption of mitochondrial replacement therapy for devastating inherited diseases.The technique could allow women...