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Meghan on Oprah: From Princess Diana to Tom Cruise, 11 of the biggest bombshell celebrity interviews of all time
With Harry and Meghan dominating headlines in the run-up to their much-anticipated, tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, it seems the world is waiting to hear the revelations about the Royal Family expected to be revealed when the programme airs.
Boohoo under renewed pressure as firm urged to link bonuses to progress on workers' rights
Boohoo is facing renewed pressure from MPs on workers' rights - days after Sky News revealed the online fashion retailer was facing the possibility of a US import ban over the issue.
COVID-19: Australia hits back as Italy blocks vaccine shipment - and suggests EU is 'tearing up rule book'
Australia has hit back at the EU's move to block a shipment of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine - suggesting the bloc was trying to "tear up the rule book".
US jobs surge beats forecasts in signs of labour market recovery
US jobs grew more than expected last month amid falling COVID-19 cases, rising vaccination rates and extra government support putting the labour market recovery back on firmer footing.
COVID-19: Mike Ashley's Frasers Group warns business rates relief cap threatens stores
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group has branded the chancellor's new business rates holiday "near worthless" for larger firms and is an obstacle to it taking on old Debenhams shops.
Meghan bullying claims: Royal Family 'bankrupt of decency' says duchess's former Suits co-star
The Royal Family's handling of bullying claims against the Duchess of Sussex shows it is "bankrupt of decency", one of Meghan's former Suits co-stars has said.
COVID-19: Jair Bolsonaro tells Brazil to 'stop whining' about virus despite world's second highest death toll
President Jair Bolsonaro has told Brazil to stop "whining" about coronavirus and move on from the disease.
Brexit: European Parliament declines to fix date of EU-UK trade deal vote amid new row over Northern Ireland Protocol
The European Parliament has declined to set a date to ratify the Brexit trade deal following a row over the UK's action in relation to arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Pope arrives in Iraq for historic first-ever papal trip to nation despite fears over security and coronavirus
The Pope has arrived in Iraq for an historic weekend visit which carries both symbolism and risk.
COVID-19: Public urged to join slow handclap protest as nursing unions being strike discussions over pay row
The public are being urged to join a mass slow handclap in protest at a government recommendation for a 1% pay rise for NHS workers - as unions warn of possible strike action.
Third time is not a charm: SpaceX's rocket lands but then explodes
SpaceX's rocket has exploded just minutes after the Starship's first successful landing.
BT chief Jansen gave board ultimatum over chairman's future
Philip Jansen, the chief executive of BT Group, gave boardroom colleagues an ultimatum over his own future that led to the departure this week of the company's chairman, Jan du Plessis.
COVID-19: Mystery sixth person in UK with Brazilian COVID-19 'variant of concern' is found
A sixth person in the UK who tested positive for a Brazilian coronavirus "variant of concern" has been found in Croydon, south London.
AstraZeneca's jab has had a bumpy rollout in the EU - but how did it play out?
The EU's vaccination drive has been a bumpy ride - but its rollout of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab has been especially so.
Domestic abuse is the world's hidden pandemic - but victims are being left with nowhere to go
As COVID-19 spread throughout the world, another pandemic was growing - hidden in the homes where we have been ordered to stay.
COVID-19: Staycation surge hikes up cost of seaside holiday lets
Holidaymakers face paying more for a UK seaside break this summer, with demand for staycations driving up the cost of accommodation by an average of 35% compared to last year.
COVID-19: 'Unbreakable link between cases, hospitalisations and deaths is now breaking' - health sec
The "unbreakable link" between COVID-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths is being broken by the vaccination programme, the health secretary has said.
Nursing pay rise row: Are other public sector workers in line for an increase?
A proposed pay rise of 1% for nurses and other health workers who have been on the coronavirus frontline has triggered an angry backlash.
Brexit: UK 'absolutely not' trying to provoke row over Northern Ireland - but EU hints legal action 'very soon'
The UK is "absolutely not" trying to provoke a row with the EU over post-Brexit border arrangements, after the government's intervention saw the bloc threaten legal action, a cabinet minister has told Sky News.
Newly found 'super-Earth' could hold key to finding alien life
A "super-Earth" located just 26 light years away could hold the key to finding extraterrestrial life.
International Women's Day 2021
We're re-enforcing our commitment to equality for all by going all-female for International Women's Day 2021.