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Theresa May makes compromise plea and says she is 'worried about state of politics'
Theresa May has declared she is "worried about the state of politics" in Britain, Europe and the rest of the world, as she used her final major speech as prime minister to encourage politicians to compromise more.
Deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'now a global emergency'
An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo now constitutes a global public health emergency, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.
El Chapo: Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman sentenced to life in prison
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is likely to die in jail after being sentenced to life plus 30 years for smuggling drugs into the US over a violent, decades-long career.
Hashem Abedi: Brother of Manchester Arena bomber extradited to UK
The brother of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi has been arrested at a London airport after being extradited from Libya over his alleged involvement in the terror attack.
Whyte vs Rivas: Dillian Whyte victory will make him mandatory challenger to Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury winner
Dillian Whyte will earn the right to challenge the winner of Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury if he can defeat Oscar Rivas on Saturday night.
Theresa May 'extremely concerned' for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe as she is moved to mental health ward
Theresa May has said she is "extremely concerned" about the welfare of a British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran after she was moved to a mental health ward.
Labour peers release newspaper advert slamming Jeremy Corbyn over antisemitism
Labour peers have taken out a newspaper advert accusing Jeremy Corbyn of "failing the test of leadership" by allowing antisemitism to "grow in our party".
Jason Roy wins England Test call-up but Jofra Archer is injured
Opener Jason Roy will make his England Test debut against Ireland at Lord's next week after starring in England's World Cup triumph, but paceman Jofra Archer is injured with a side strain.
Rate of inflation remains at Bank of England's 2% target
A measure of the cost of living remained static last month as rising food and alcohol prices were offset by cheaper petrol and diesel.
Westminster crash: Salih Khater guilty of attempted murder
A 30-year-old man has been found guilty of trying to kill people outside the Houses of Parliament.
The Open: Rory McIlroy denies being under added pressure at Portrush
Rory McIlroy has played down the pressure on him to perform on home soil and insisted he is preparing for The Open in the same way as normal.
UK carbon emissions target 'doing more harm than good', teen climate activist Greta Thunberg tells Sky News
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has told Sky News that the UK's pledge to produce net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is "actually doing more harm than good".
Wales takes world's steepest street title from New Zealand
Just days after they lost the Cricket World Cup, New Zealand has suffered a second major blow - this time at the hands of Wales.
Aron Kato: Search for missing father turns into murder inquiry
The disappearance of a father-of-one from east London in April is now a murder inquiry, police have confirmed.
BBC boss Lord Hall on free TV licence axe: 'We're following government deal'
BBC director general Lord Hall has dismissed the idea the corporation is not honouring its agreement with the government over free TV licences for over-75s.
Theresa May set to lament 'rise of populism' in valedictory speech
Theresa May is to make an emotional valedictory speech, on "the state of politics", just days before she leaves Downing Street next week.
2019 Netball World Cup: England reach semi-final after 72-46 win over Trinidad & Tobago
England maintained their perfect record in Liverpool to all but confirm their place in the Netball World Cup semi-final with an emphatic 72-46 win over Trinidad & Tobago.
Florida beachgoers form human chain in heroic bid to save stranded swimmers
Dozens of people held hands and formed a human chain in a bid to save two swimmers left stranded in strong waves off the coast of Florida.
New PM urged to lower migrant worker salary threshold after Brexit
The Tory leadership hopefuls are facing pressure to lower the salary threshold for migrant workers from £30,000 to £20,000 to avoid skills shortages across the economy after Brexit.