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Pep Guardiola 'happy' after Manchester City reach Carabao Cup final
Pep Guardiola declared himself happy after Manchester City saw off Bristol City to reach the Carabao Cup final.
CMA: Fox's Sky bid raises plurality concerns but does not impact broadcast standards
The biggest takeover in the UK media industry was called into question today when the Competition and Markets Authority said 21st Century Fox's £18.5bn takeover of Sky plc, the owner of Sky News, "may be expected" to act against the public interest.
Theresa May to launch 'fake news' rapid response team
The Prime Minister is to launch a "fake news" rapid response unit to monitor social media and challenge false stories.
Warning in Philippines to 'evacuate or face death penalty' as Mayon volcano threatens deadly eruption
More than 56,000 villagers are now camped in emergency shelters as the Philippines' most active volcano continues to threaten a potentially deadly eruption.
Facebook: Russia used us as 'information weapon' for US election
Facebook has admitted that social media can have a damaging impact on democracy.
Fresh sex assault claim against black cab rapist John Worboys
A fresh allegation of historical sexual assault has been made against black cab rapist John Worboys, it is understood.
Fund boss Martin Gilbert: Brexit won't be as bad as feared
One of Britain's most important investors has told Sky News that "Brexit won't be as bad" as predicted,  but says the global economic system "needs to change" because people are losing faith in capitalism.
Nigel Farage claims UKIP could be 'worthless' in 18 months
Nigel Farage has suggested the future of UKIP rests on a crunch vote next month, telling the party: "Simply, it's reform or die".
Man City in talks to sign Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao
Manchester City are in talks to sign Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte, Sky Sports News understands.
Police staking out 'cannabis farm' drop gun while being charged at by elephants
Police officers were charged by elephants while staking out a suspected cannabis farm, dropping an automatic rifle amid the chaos.
Momentum denies Labour MP 'deselection hit list'
The leader of Momentum, the left-wing Labour activist group, has denied claims that it is planning a nationwide deselection purge of MPs opposed to Jeremy Corbyn.
Esther McVey 'dismayed' at 'personal attacks' by Labour's John McDonnell
Tory Cabinet minister Esther McVey has spoken of her "dismay" at a call for her to be "lynched" and John McDonnell's refusal to apologise for repeating it.