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Boris Johnson 'lied to parliament' about Downing Street party, Dominic Cummings says
Boris Johnson's former chief adviser has said the prime minister knew in advance about a Downing Street drinks party during the first coronavirus lockdown and agreed that it could go ahead, claims that have been confirmed to Sky News by a second source.
Tonga eruption: Satellite images show island covered in ash from Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcano
Dramatic satellite pictures have emerged showing Tonga covered in ash after a huge undersea volcanic eruption.
Peers vote down government's attempt to control protests
The government's attempt to introduce laws to contain protests has been dealt a major blow after the House of Lords voted down a number of the controversial proposals.
Marnie Clayton: Missing teen found 'safe and well' in Hampshire as Reading man arrested
Missing teenager Marnie Clayton, last seen leaving a Windsor nightclub in the early hours of Sunday, has been found "safe and well", police said.
Texas synagogue siege: British man who took four hostage in Texas was on call with his children when he was shot dead
The British man who took four hostage in Texas was on a call with his children when he was shot dead, his brother has told Sky News.
COVID-19: Children 'becoming fussy eaters' after getting coronavirus, experts suggest
More children are becoming fussy eaters after getting COVID-19, experts have suggested.
Cost of living: Poorest families will be hit hardest by energy bills surge, charity warns
The poorest families will be hit disproportionately hard when the Energy Price Cap rises in April - according to analysis by the charity The Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
US airlines warn 5G could ground planes and cause 'chaos'
The chief executives of several major American passenger and cargo airlines have warned of an impending "catastrophic" crisis that could come in less than two days when telecommunications companies deploy a new 5G service.
Hazel O'Connor: Punk singer placed in induced coma after bleed on the brain
Actress and musician Hazel O'Connor, who rose to fame in the 1980s with hits such as Eighth Day and Will You? is recovering in hospital after suffering from a bleed on the brain.
Downing Street parties: New partygate allegations could determine Boris Johnson's future
When MPs are restive and the political temperature is rising in Westminster, there is nothing that No 10 and the whips office look forward to more than when the weekend comes around and their rebellious backbenchers disperse to their constituencies to cool down.