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PM's Rwanda policy has already cost £240m - despite never being used
Rishi Sunak is facing fresh pressure over his Rwanda policy after it emerged the scheme has already cost £240m, despite never being used.
Revealed: How rising temperatures will affect our airports, rail network and power stations
Britain's critical infrastructure will be more at risk from extreme weather if the world wavers on its commitment to net zero targets, according to exclusive analysis for Sky News.
UK's largest mobile firms sued for £3bn - amid claims they overcharged loyal customers
Vodafone, EE, Three and O2 are facing a "£3bn-plus" class action claim that alleges they used their market dominance to overcharge on up to 28.2 million UK mobile phone contracts.
London Paddington: James Blunt among thousands of commuters stuck on cold, dark trains for over four hours
Thousands of commuters were stuck on cold, dark trains for hours on Thursday night - including the singer James Blunt.
UK and US sanction Russian hackers who used 'spear-phishing' to 'meddle in British politics'
The UK and US governments have imposed sanctions on two Russian hackers after the private conversations of high-profile politicians and civil servants were compromised.
Princess of Wales to host Christmas carol service from Westminster Abbey
The Princess of Wales will host a Christmas carol service from Westminster Abbey this year.
William Brown: Police make arrest after boy, 7, killed in crash in Folkestone
A man has been arrested after a seven-year-old boy died in a crash involving two vehicles in Kent.
Writer, poet and Peaky Blinders star Benjamin Zephaniah dies
Benjamin Zephaniah, the British poet and writer, has died aged 65.
Ruth Perry: Ofsted head 'sorry' after coroner finds inspection 'likely contributed' to headteacher's suicide
The head of the schools' watchdog has apologised and promised to "do more" to address concerns after a coroner said an Ofsted inspection likely played a part in the suicide of a headteacher.
ULEZ camera blast in Sidcup 'caused by IED' as anti-terrorism officers lead investigation
A blast that damaged an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) camera and nearby vehicles in southeast London was caused by an improvised explosive device, the Metropolitan Police believes.
- Ryan Houghton reflects on time as Aberdeen City Council Conservative leader after announcing step back
- Petition launched to stop language course cuts at Aberdeen University
- Woman found dead in Aberdeen was involved in crash week before she died
- Flood alert issued for the north east amid yellow rain warning