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Andy Murray knocked out of Australian Open by Mischa Zverev

Andy Murray's dreams of his first Australian Open win have been crushed in stunning fashion by Germany's 50th-ranked Mischa Zverev.

Wayne Rooney beats Bobby Charlton's Manchester United goal record

Wayne Rooney has surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time Manchester United scoring record after notching his 250th goal during a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Stoke deep in stoppage time.

From youth to middle age: Trainspotting sequel pulls into Edinburgh

Trainspotting was a seminal film of the Nineties. 

Prince Charles hopes Ladybird book will win over sceptics

The Prince of Wales has spoken exclusively to Sky News about his new book on climate change, warning that too many people are still unsure about "how urgently we need to take action" and "what might be the consequences if we don't act right away".

PM's industrial plan includes £170m for technical training

A training revolution to boost the skills of 16 to 24-year-olds is to be launched by Theresa May as part of a new Modern Industrial Strategy.

Labour rebels defy Corbyn and threaten PM with 'hard Brexit' revolt

Jeremy Corbyn's awkward squad of pro-EU rebels have written to Theresa May opposing a "hard Brexit" and threatening to vote against her final deal.

No 10 'covered up' botched missile test weeks before Trident vote

Downing Street is being accused of a cover-up after a malfunction in Britain's Trident nuclear weapons deterrent in a test just weeks before a crucial House of Commons vote.

Theresa May to meet Donald Trump at White House next week

Theresa May is expected to visit Donald Trump in the White House next week - either Thursday or Friday.

Millions of women protest against Donald Trump worldwide

Up to half a million women are thought to have joined a protest march in Washington DC against Donald Trump's presidency - more than the number that attended his inauguration.

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No 10 'covered up' botched missile test weeks before Trident vote

No 10 'covered up' botched missile test weeks before Trident vote

Downing Street is being accused of a cover-up after a malfunction in Britain's Trident nuclear weapons deterrent in a test just weeks before a crucial House of Commons vote.

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