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The Group had already reduced its stake in the bank but it has now completely divested itself from the business. [Read More]
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The 21-year-old vowed to tear down the British flag at the Queen's home and replace it with the banner of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi. [Read More]
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The President mispronounced the name of the country at a lunch for African leaders - but which nation was he referring to? [Read More]
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The move comes just hours after existing pilots refused to give up their days off to help avoid further flight cancellations. [Read More]
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The storm brought life-threatening winds which lashed the US territory, bringing down trees and phone masts and tearing off roofs. [Read More]
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Theresa May is seeking to restore unity as she briefs ministers on her plans to break the stalemate in Brexit negotiations. [Read More]
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The refusal means more flights could be cancelled as pilots say they won't be working overtime or arriving early for shifts. [Read More]
First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. [Read More]
Exclusive: Universities are told to provide "value for money", as the Government is urged to review tuition fees. [Read More]
Almost two thirds of the public also believe tuition fees should be lowered or scrapped, a Sky News Data poll finds. [Read More]
While experts welcome no tuition fees, they say more cash is needed if Scotland is to retain its world-class academic reputation. [Read More]
First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. [Read More]
Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Thursday's national newspapers. [Read More]
Ministers are to conduct an urgent review of legislation following the high-profile death of mother-of-two Kim Briggs. [Read More]
Coach was dropped over evidence of unacceptable behaviour at Bristol Academy - but should there have been tougher action sooner? [Read More]
The Prime Minister still signalled allegiance with the US, slamming North Korea, Syria and Iran in her General Assembly speech. [Read More]
Thousands are thought to have been left homeless after the 7.1 tremor struck Mexico City, reducing entire buildings to rubble. [Read More]
The Prime Minister is warning the UK will make up to 30% of its £90m annual funding conditional on efficiency and transparency. [Read More]
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