More than 24,000 people in Britain will be sleeping rough or in cars, trains or tents over Christmas, according to new figures.
Theresa May has appealed for EU leaders' help to get her Brexit deal through parliament, and pitched a plan to make it happen.
Police are investigating a break-in at the London home of Sir Paul McCartney.
When Theresa May stood in Downing Street after surviving her no-confidence ballot, she spoke of bringing the country back together "rather than entrenching division".
Theresa May's hopes of getting EU leaders to help her push her Brexit deal through parliament have been dealt a severe blow as she prepares to return home and face her party.
Virgin Galactic has successfully launched a tourism rocket ship into space for the first time - with Sir Richard Branson hoping a commercial flight will take place by March 2019.
Bomb threats sent to hundreds of schools, universities and government buildings across the US all appear to have been a hoax, authorities have said.
The US Senate has passed a resolution stating Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The man suspected of opening fire at a Christmas market has been shot dead, the French interior minister has said.
A director of one of England's best-performing hospitals has said he is "nervous" about winter, despite planning more extensively than ever.
A policeman has been jailed for 25 years for a series of sexual offences against young girls, including the rape of a 13-year-old.
Two technicians have been found dead at a US research station in Antarctica after a helicopter pilot spotted smoke coming from a building.
Some of the "sexting" messages from a Conservative MP have been read out in the House of Commons after he controversially had the party whip restored.
A US woman has been jailed for 28 years after starving her stepson so badly that he looked like a Holocaust survivor, doctors said.
A woman accused of being a spy for Russia has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in the US.
There are warnings of heavy snow and blizzards this weekend with a risk of freezing rain causing travel chaos, the Met Office says.
A motorist has survived by breathing through a pocket of air for five hours after crashing his car into an icy river.
The UK’s big four auditors will next week face an unprecedented move to limit their market share and allow smaller rivals to gatecrash their self-confessed oligopoly as regulators shake up a sector rattled by a string of corporate collapses.
Current and former chief executives of mining giant BHP, Dulux paints maker Akzo Nobel, electronics group Samsung and the consumer goods group Nestlé will know exactly how Alexandre Ricard feels today.
Two suspected migrants are in a critical condition after their boat got into difficulty trying to cross the Channel.
Retailer Bonmarche has said current trading conditions are worse than during the recession as it warned that extended Brexit uncertainty is dragging on sales.
Mike Ashley has been rebuffed by Debenhams after he offered a £40m loan to bail out the struggling department store amid speculation it had "zero chance of survival".
A Santa Claus has been criticised by parents after he allegedly swore at children.
Keira Knightley and Ms Dynamite have been honoured at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
French authorities say they are prepared to take the Strasbourg terror attacker dead or alive.
Rival sides in Yemen's civil war have agreed a province-wide ceasefire in Hodeida, the United Nations says.
Gambling companies have agreed to what is effectively a ban on betting advertisements during live sport.
A project to rebuild the EastEnders set is expected to go £27m over budget, raising concerns over whether licence fee payers' money is being spent wisely.
Footage of an artificial intelligence robot that Russian state television used as an example of the country's technological prowess has been exposed as a man wearing a robot suit.
Dominic Raab has become the first of Theresa May's ex-cabinet ministers to confirm he tried to oust her from Downing Street, as Brexiteers kept up their pressure on the prime minister.
The buyout giant TPG is in talks about a sale or merger of Victoria Plum, the online bathroom retailer, in a deal that would crystallise another poorly performing UK investment for one of the world's most prolific private equity investors.
Travellers are facing New Year's Eve chaos after South Western Railway workers called two new 24-hour strikes over the holiday period.
NHS hospitals in England were close to capacity in the first week of December, with 94.2% of beds across the country occupied, close to last winter's peak of more than 95%.
Sir Peter Jackson has received Blue Peter's highest accolade - a gold badge.
A body has been found in the search for a British tourist who went missing in Spain two days after he was mugged.
A Buddhist monk was killed by a leopard as he was meditating in a protected forest for the big cats.
Nearly half of children's slime toys failed the EU safety limit for the presence of a potentially harmful chemical, research found.
During last year's general election campaign, Theresa May was ridiculed and called "the Maybot" for repeatedly declaring: "Nothing has changed."
Nine people have been killed and 47 injured after a Turkish high-speed train crashed into an overpass in the country's capital.
The number of people referred to the government's Prevent anti-extremism programme because of links to right-wing extremism has shown a sharp rise.
Sports Direct has reported a 27% fall in half-year profits as it counted the cost of swallowing up failed department store chain House of Fraser.
A man has been rescued after being stuck in an abandoned restaurant's grease vent for two days.
China has confirmed that it has detained two Canadian men in what appears to be retaliation for the arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer.
Miley Cyrus appears to have confirmed rumours that she is guest starring in the next season of Black Mirror.
A footballer has been disciplined after he painted his face black for a fancy dress party earlier this month.
Like a zombie, Theresa May staggers on. Whatever is thrown at her, nothing can bring her down.
"Nothing has changed, has it?," one critic of the PM asked another MP; echoing Theresa May's unwanted slogan from her failed snap election campaign.
Fast food often has fewer calories than restaurant meals, according to the new research.
Sesame Street has introduced a homeless character named Lily to mitigate the impact of the trauma for young children without a permanent place to live.
Brexit uncertainty has pushed a key measure of the housing market to a six-year low, according to surveyors.
Two hefty hounds have shared a pet slimmer of the year award after shedding a quarter of their body weight.
A self-proclaimed faith healer is being investigated by police after more than 200 women accused him of sexual abuse.
Rail passengers are not claiming compensation they are owed because chaos caused by changes to the timetable in May because they don't think they are eligible.
The number of homicides in London this year is the highest since 2009, with the Mayor Sadiq Khan being warned he needs to take "drastic action" to cut violent crime in the capital.
When P L Travers first wrote Mary Poppins in 1935, little did she know she'd be creating a role that would go down in cinema history.
Those dreaming of a white Christmas could be in for an early treat as snow is likely to fall across parts of the UK this weekend.
Theresa May is heading to Brussels for the second time this week in another frantic bid to win Brexit concessions after surviving a vote of confidence by Conservative MPs.
A stuntwoman who lost her arm and spent 17 days in a coma after a horror motorbike crash on a film set is suing for £2.2m.
The family of a murdered British backpacker have said their "whole world turned upside down" after the 22-year-old's death.
The result of this secret ballot may well sway the course of history. By backing Theresa May her MPs are probably defining Brexit.
Theresa May has secured her immediate future as prime minister after winning a vote of confidence among Tory MPs.
The pound has reacted positively after Theresa May saw off a Tory vote of confidence in her leadership - but wobbled when the size of her majority became clear.
A new mother reportedly bled to death after getting lost in hospital after she had just seen her premature son.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and a host of Bollywood's biggest names were among guests as the daughter of India's richest man got married.
The British fintech start-up Revolut has secured a European banking licence that will pave the way for it to launch a comprehensive current account and consumer lending operation across the continent from next year.
Donald Trump's ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, has been jailed for three years over hush money payments to two women.
Leading Conservative donors have thrown their weight behind Theresa May’s leadership by warning the party’s MPs that ousting her would pave the way for a Jeremy Corbyn-led government.
Prince Charles and his son Harry have joined forces to try and "make a dent" in the "unacceptable" levels of knife crime killing young people in the UK.
Sainsbury's and Asda are seeking to take the competition watchdog to a judicial review - saying they have not been given enough time to argue the case for their merger.
The worst street for broadband in the UK is almost 2,000 times slower than the fastest, an annual survey has found.
Dixons Carphone has reported a half-year loss of £440m, with the electricals giant counting the cost of a tough mobile phone market.
Theresa May has vowed to fight on "with everything I've got" after 48 MPs submitted letters calling for a vote of confidence in her leadership of the Conservative Party.
Business groups have voiced their dismay after Tory MPs triggered a confidence vote in Theresa May, with one saying bosses were "tearing their hair out" at the latest developments.
After one failed coup, Tory Brexiteers weren't going to miss again.
The next phase of hearings into the Grenfell Tower fire is set to be delayed until 2020.
Theresa May has enough support from Conservative MPs to win a vote of confidence in her leadership tonight, a Sky News tally suggests.
French police have released a photo of the man suspected of killing two people and leaving another brain dead at a Christmas market in Strasbourg.
Theresa May is going to face a leadership challenge after 48 Conservative MPs sent letters to the 1922 Committee - triggering a vote of confidence.
Comedian Michael Barrymore has lost his bid to receive substantial damages over his wrongful arrest in 2007.
Shares in Superdry have plunged by more than a third after it issued its second profit warning in less than two months - blaming mild weather for a potential £22m hit to its bottom line.
A comedian says he pulled out of a gig after being asked to sign a contract setting out a "no-tolerance policy" on subjects including sexism, religion and xenophobia.
Legal & General is plotting the sale of its general insurance operations in a move that could spur further consolidation in the UK market for home and contents cover.
The family of a teenager whose body was found in Edinburgh on Saturday have paid tribute to the "much loved" girl as they appealed for information.
This Friday, almost un-noticed, one of the biggest events in financial history is set to come to an end.
An airline has banned "emotional support" animals from flights longer than eight hours.
A mishap at a German chocolate factory "repaved" a road with a thick, brown pathway after a ton of the sticky stuff escaped and flowed on to the street.
An 82-year-old peer has resigned from the House of Lords following accusations of sexual harassment.
A man has been charged with murdering one of his relatives at a nursing home in Essex.
Sky has announced it is ending its long-standing involvement in professional cycling and Team Sky at the end of 2019, a move which could see the troubled team cease to exist after next season.
A former cabinet minister has added to the growing pressure on Theresa May by becoming the latest Tory MP to submit a letter calling for a vote of no confidence in the prime minister.
A multi-millionaire businessman has admitted killing his girlfriend during "rough sex" at their home.
President Trump has said he would intervene in the case of Huawei's chief financial officer, who is wanted by the US Justice Department, if it could help close a trade deal with China.
Indian weddings are renowned for their extravagance and grandeur - but one billionaire has pushed the boat out even further for his daughter's pre-wedding party, hiring Beyonce to sing at it.
The fastest-moving animal in the world has been revealed - and scientists say speed isn't always influenced by size.
Theresa May is on the brink of a leadership challenge after Tory MPs claimed the 48 no-confidence letters required for a contest have been submitted.
Wrappers and packaging can make up almost half the weight of Christmas chocolates, a study has found.
Four people have been killed after a man opened fire in a cathedral in southern Brazil following midday mass.
A new study has found gay, lesbian, bisexual and questioning young people are four times more likely to self-harm with suicidal intent compared to heterosexuals.
EU leaders have ruled out making any changes to the Brexit deal, as Theresa May fights to salvage it from a likely defeat in parliament.
At least 29 MPs say they have submitted letters of no confidence in the prime minister, as the backlash against her Brexit deal grows.
The pound has hit fresh 20-month lows versus the dollar as the prime minister battles to rescue her Brexit deal with Brussels and shore up her position as Tory leader.
Donald Trump has threatened to shut down the US government if the Democrats refuse to vote in favour of his Mexican border wall.
A North Yorkshire railway station has been named Britain's least used after it fell victim to the closure of a steel works.
NASA has offered a top US basketball player a tour of its lunar lab after he claimed the moon landings were faked.
UK officials have been warning EU27 nations that a "no-deal" Brexit places a high risk of financial disruption to their banks, Sky News understands.
There have been smiles, handshakes, kisses and hugs for Theresa May as she has toured European capitals in a desperate bid to save the withdrawal deal.
A convicted paedophile who was found guilty of murdering two nine-year-old girls in 1986 has been jailed for life.
Two FTSE-100 companies with a combined market value of almost £11bn are kicking off the search for new chairs as John McAdam, the veteran industrialist, prepares to step down after more than a decade at the helm.
The smell of burning rubbish and a thick cloud of smoke has wafted over Rome after a large fire broke out at a rubbish dump.
Ever since Keir Starmer said it was "inevitable" that Labour would table a no -confidence vote in Theresa May if she failed to win support for her Brexit deal, the chatter in the corridors of power has been when, not if.
An "extremely popular" teenage boy has died after colliding with another footballer during a youth match in a "freak accident".
Just under half of voters think politics would be even more chaotic under a Labour government, according to a Sky Data poll.
Shares in an online retailer backed by Sir Philip Green and Mike Ashley have fallen by 50% after it issued a profits warning.
Advertising giant WPP has announced a major restructuring which will see thousands of jobs cut worldwide, months after ousting long-serving boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
South Koreans are buying tens of thousands of Kim Jong Un moisturising face masks ahead of a promised visit to Seoul by the North Korean dictator.
Annual wage growth rose to 3.3% in the three months to October but unemployment also climbed, official figures show.
The largest-recorded earth tremor at Cuadrilla's fracking site near Blackpool has been recorded, forcing the company to pause operations.
Detectives are searching for two young boys on bikes who they say are potential witnesses following the death of a pensioner whose flat was burgled.
Murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been named Time magazine's person of the year - alongside several other reporters, including the entire staff of an American newspaper.
A school in Ireland could be heading for a Christmas number one after releasing a version of the song Lean On Me to support a pupil diagnosed with cancer.
Paul Gascoigne has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault by touching following an alleged incident on a train.
Lots of us will eat about 6,000 calories on Christmas Day, with scientists warning that any pounds we gain over the festive season could still be weighing us down next December.
The private equity tycoon Guy Hands has lined up the erstwhile boss of Associated British Ports to help him sail into a £300m bidding war for Wightlink, the British ferry operator.
Live-streaming service Twitch has increased its UK audience by 50% in the last year, Sky News has learned.
A political row is brewing after Labour warned of a "Conservative Party, establishment cover-up" over an anti-disinformation think tank accused of political attacks against senior Labour figures.
Armed police have arrested a man near an entrance to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.
Egyptian authorities have introduced restrictions on the sale of hi-vis vests in fear the clothing could inspire imitations of French protesters.
An Irish sports star has been linked to an alleged sexual assault in Dublin.
Six migrants have been rescued from a dinghy off the coast of Dover.
Former Sainsbury's boss Justin King is to join the board of Marks & Spencer to help "navigate the challenges ahead" as it battles to turn around its fortunes.
The UK is the largest arms producer in Europe and third-biggest in the world, according to a new report on global arms sales.
A High Court judge has dismissed a judicial review brought by Paul Worthington over the death of his 13-month-old daughter Poppi.
Easter Island's mayor has said the British Museum might be a better home for a massive native Polynesian statue taken by British sailors 150 years ago.
Police investigating the murder of Grace Millane are looking for a shovel believed to be linked to her death.
Two nuns have admitted embezzling about $500,000 (£396,000) from the school where they worked and spending it at casinos in Las Vegas.
Modern Family star Sarah Hyland has revealed she had to have a second kidney transplant, and that she thought about suicide after the failure of the first.
A British couple have been detained after a "large amount of cocaine" was found on a cruise ship returning from the Caribbean.
Struggling retailer Carpetright has slipped to a half-year loss of £11.7m after it closed dozens of stores and said "negative headlines" had hit sales.
Thailand will hold its long delayed general election early next year, as it was confirmed the military-imposed ban on political activities in the country is to be lifted.
Theresa May has headed back to Europe in a desperate bid to win concessions from EU leaders after her Commons retreat over her big Brexit vote.
Emmanuel Macron has promised to raise the minimum wage as he acknowledged he was partially responsible for weeks of nationwide protests.
A former sex slave and a doctor have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to stop rape and sexual violence being used as weapons of war.
Mobile banking users can now block certain types of spending in a move which could help people gain control of their finances.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane, as New Zealand's prime minister spoke of an "overwhelming sense of hurt and shame" over her death.
The son of a Welsh assembly member found dead after being sacked has said it would be "a real slap in the face" if the Welsh first minister was given a peerage.
Theresa May has dramatically postponed a House of Commons vote on her Brexit deal, admitting she would have suffered a "significant" defeat.
Convicted paedophile Russell Bishop has been found guilty of murdering two nine-year-old girls in 1986.
Antarctica has seen a "significant" change in ice mass following increased snowfall during the 20th century which has mitigated rising sea levels, researchers say.
Police have charged a man with attempting to abduct a six-year-old girl at a Christmas market.
The clocks are ticking across Europe towards Brexit day with 109 days left to 29 March - the date we leave the EU, with or without a deal.
Mozambique says it has identified 30,000 "ghost employees" in its civil service who cost $250m (£196m) between 2015 and 2017.
London transport chiefs have announced up to £2bn in new financing to complete the delayed Crossrail project.
The pound has hit a fresh 20-month low against the US dollar and stock markets are falling globally after Theresa May decided to delay the Commons vote on her Brexit deal.
The Voyager 2 probe has left the protective bubble around the sun and is flying through interstellar space, NASA says.
Chelsea have banned four people from attending games while they investigate alleged racist abuse directed at Raheem Sterling.
Royal London, one of Britain's biggest financial services mutuals, will this week name a board member of the asset management giant Standard Life Aberdeen as its next chairman.
The first 17 runners to finish the Singapore Marathon were all Kenyan - with the winner completing it 30 minutes faster than the quickest non-Kenyan.
After 32 years, paedophile Russell Bishop has finally been convicted of the "babes in the wood" murders after advanced forensic techniques revealed his DNA linked him to his young victims through a discarded sweatshirt.
Up until this morning, Downing Street had insisted the vote was going ahead - but come midday, something changed.
Shares in troubled outsourcing firm Interserve have fallen by up to 73% after it revealed details of a recovery plan which will result in a "material" hit to current stock holders.
Billionaire "playboy" Vijay Mallya should be extradited from the UK to India to face fraud charges over the collapse of Kingfisher Airlines, a court in London has ruled.
The "shortcomings" of the London Fire Brigade "undeniably contributed to people dying" in Grenfell Tower, the inquiry into the disaster has heard.
"We're not the next Carillion".
Fifteen protesters who cut through Stansted Airport's perimeter fence to block a government deportation flight have been found guilty of an aviation security offence.
Emmerdale actor Mark Jordon has pleaded not guilty to attacking a pensioner.
Roger the muscle-bound kangaroo, who crushed a metal bin like it was a paper cup, has died at the age of 12.
RAF Typhoons have been scrambled in response to "unidentified aircraft" approaching UK airspace.
A teenager has admitted causing the deaths by dangerous driving of four people, including a 16-month-old boy.
Comfortably ahead and about to finish a cross-country race in first place, Jimmy Gressier wanted to celebrate in style.
A Russian serial killer nicknamed the "werewolf" who is serving a life sentence for killing 22 women has been convicted of 56 more murders.
The EU’s top court has ruled the UK can revoke Article 50 and halt Brexit without the permission of other member states.
More than 160 countries have signed a historic agreement to cooperate on managing migration following months of international controversy.
Spice Girl Melanie Brown has cancelled a book signing after suffering two broken ribs and severing her hand.
A crisp packet recycling scheme has been launched after a public campaign against plastic waste.
Lenders to the troubled outsourcing group Interserve have drafted in bankers to stitch together a make-or-break restructuring that is likely to see them take control of the company.
A teenage boy will go on trial next year for the rape and murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail, who was killed on the Scottish island of Bute.
Alleged racist abuse directed at Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling on Saturday was "not acceptable", the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) has said.
Britain's economy dropped down a gear as it entered the autumn as weakening demand for cars put the brakes on sales and manufacturing in the motor industry, official figures show.
Theresa May faces opposition from all quarters as she has less than 48 hours to save her Brexit deal and her job.
Shopping visits fell last month at their sharpest rate since the recession as stores face Brexit uncertainty and sustained pressure from online competition in the run-up to Christmas.
A gamer who was allegedly heard hitting his partner during a live stream of Fortnite has been charged with assault.
It is meant to be a watershed week; the moment when Theresa May - after two years of negotiating in Brussels, Westminster and within her own cabinet - asks parliament to back her Brexit deal.
Four British schoolgirls and their teacher have been sexually assaulted at gunpoint in Ghana.
Emmanuel Macron will meet trade unionists and business leaders today as he attempts to end the country's violent protests.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has formally been charged with financial misconduct for under-reporting his income.
Peter Wilding, the chairman of British Influence, invented the word Brexit.
Actor Rupert Grint has said he has no idea how much money he has earned and is not really motivated by money - despite being said to be worth £28m.
Jess Varnish is suing UK Sport and British Cycling for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination in a case which could transform the entire funding landscape of Olympic and Paralympic sport.
Former football manager Harry Redknapp has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Heathrow is to offer thousands of its European workers financial help to try to secure their place in the UK after Brexit, telling Sky News that its workers are having to deal with an "extraordinarily stressful" situation.
Huawei's chief financial officer has denied she covered up her company's alleged links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran in violation of sanctions.
Doctor Who fans will have to wait until 2020 for the next series, although there will be a special episode on New Year's Day to keep them happy.
A boxer has made history after becoming the first transgender male to fight professionally in the US.
The brother of British backpacker Grace Millane has posted an emotional tribute to his sister after police revealed they had found a body.
A 94-year-old woman has died after being hit by a police van in Cardiff.
China has summoned the US ambassador in Beijing as it lodged "strong protests" over the detention of a Chinese technology executive in Canada.
Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite two suspects in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, after Turkey's chief prosecutor filed warrants for their arrest.
There is something rather orderly and calming about Dr Denis Mukwege's hospital.
It is one of the most coveted prizes in music, but how do you make sure you bag the Christmas number one spot?
The world's oldest known bird is set to become a mother again - after raising at least 30 other youngsters.
A soap star has been questioned by police while a former ministerial aide and a policeman have been arrested over the alleged murder of a diamond trader.
Former Labour MP Nick Raynsford is being parachuted into an increasingly frantic effort to salvage Crossrail, the £15bn London rail project that could see its budget soar this week by another 10%.
Jeremy Corbyn is ready to take over as prime minister of a minority government on Wednesday morning if MPs reject Theresa May's Brexit deal, Labour has told Sky News.
Police in Maryland have warned residents to be on alert for parcel thieves after a young girl was seen on CCTV being directed to steal packages from a porch.
A teacher is facing six charges after forcibly cutting a pupil's hair in lessons and brandishing scissors at another while singing the Star Spangled Banner.
A man has been arrested for allegedly trying to kidnap a six-year-old girl at a Christmas fair.
Two men have died after a fire in a caravan on Saturday night, emergency services have said.
Detectives investigating the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane in New Zealand have found a body.
England footballer Raheem Sterling has responded on social media after an alleged racist attack on him at Chelsea on Saturday.
A surfer suffered "a lot of blood loss" after being mauled by a shark off the east coast of Australia, officials have said.
A dog that survived the California wildfire waited at the burnt down remains of his home for a month until its owner returned.
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Then keep your fingers crossed as "unsettled" weather sweeps across the UK this week.
More than 1,700 people were arrested across France during the latest "yellow vest" protests, which left 135 people injured and caused widespread damage.
Theresa May has warned Conservative MPs they risk handing Jeremy Corbyn the keys to Number 10 unless they back her Brexit deal.
A British man who was exposed to novichok in Wiltshire fears the poison will kill him within a decade.
The family of a former soldier who took his own life have won a six-figure payout after NHS chiefs admitted a catalogue of failings in his care.
A teenager has been stabbed to death in southeast London.
Yaroslavl Pretrial Detention Centre No.1 is a bleak brick building crowned with barbed wire on the banks of Russia's River Volga.
Almost £20,000 worth of designer trainers seized from a gangster are to be auctioned.
Three teenage burglars have been jailed after they were caught undressed and pretending to be asleep when officers caught up with them.
Authorities in Egypt are investigating after a Danish photographer climbed the Great Pyramid and took explicit pictures at the top.
A competition with a mission to inspire the next generation of cyber security experts will open on Monday... and it's just for girls.
More than 10,000 people have staged the "world's biggest sleep-out" in a fundraiser to tackle homelessness.
Tear gas and water cannon have been used on thousands of people across France as protests continued against taxes and President Emmanuel Macron.
David Davis says Theresa May will lose Tuesday’s vote on her Brexit deal and be forced to return to Brussels for further talks until she gets an acceptable agreement.
US President Donald Trump has said his chief of staff John Kelly will leave his post at the end of the year.
Three of the biggest donors to the Leave campaign have told Sky News that they are dismayed by the progress of Brexit and that it would be better for Britain to remain in the European Union than sign up to Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.
Five teenagers and a woman were killed in a stampede at a packed rap concert in an Italian nightclub, police have said.
Police have confirmed that a human leg found in a river last week belonged to a woman who went missing in 2017.
Donald Trump has nominated a former Fox News presenter to be his ambassador at the United Nations.
US prosecutors have charged Huawei's chief financial officer with fraud, saying she had used at least seven passports in 11 years.
A 26-year-old man is to be charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane in New Zealand.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign was contacted by Russians seeking a meeting as far back as 2015, special counsel Robert Mueller has said.
Shades on, the recognisable quiff a little less coiffed than usual but still present, Mark Ronson is sitting in the library room of a central London hotel, speaking to Sky News amid a whirlwind of promotion for his latest single.
Jeremy Corbyn has reached out to the DUP and said that Labour is "ready to step in and negotiate seriously" to find an alternative Brexit deal with the EU.
It's become one of the great modern caricatures – the Daily Mail reader.
Officials in Salisbury hope a major advertising push of the city in early 2019 will boost visitor numbers following the novichok nerve agent attack in March.
China says it has opened a "new chapter in lunar exploration" after sending a rover towards the far side of the moon.
A man who drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has been convicted of first-degree murder.
Two teenagers have been charged with terrorism offences by police thought to be investigating a neo-Nazi group that threatened Prince Harry.
Donald Trump has called Rex Tillerson "dumb as a rock" after the former US secretary of state criticised him in an interview.
Donald Trump has nominated William Barr as the new US attorney general, a position he previously held under President George HW Bush.
A sheriff's deputy killed in a shooting at a California bar was struck fatally by a bullet from a highway patrolman, it has emerged.
Angela Merkel loyalist Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has been elected as the new leader of the German chancellor's party.
England cricketers Ben Stokes and Alex Hales have been fined but will not miss any more matches following their involvement in a fight outside a Bristol nightclub.
Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin is taking a temporary leave of absence after being accused of giving unwanted hugs to staff.
A cyclist who behaved in a "menacing" manner as he slapped and groped women in Brighton has escaped jail because of his "severe intellectual impairment".
Five Filipinos who said they were sexually abused by a convicted British paedophile have been awarded more than £100,000.
The Emmy Award-winning post-production agency which works on The X Factor and The Grand Tour has been put up for sale by WPP Group as the marketing services giant prepares to flesh out its strategy for the era after former boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
The first picture of British round-the-world yachtswoman Susie Goodall being rescued has been released.
The FTSE 100 has been recovering some ground, 24 hours after its biggest percentage fall since the Brexit referendum result.
The owner of Primark - one of the high street's best performers since the financial crisis - has warned of "challenging" sales at the discount fashion chain in the run-up to Christmas.
Twelve people, including a number of hostages, have been killed after attempted robberies at two banks in Brazil.
O2 customers will get up to two days' credit in compensation after a data outage affected millions of people.
Kevin Hart has stepped down as host of the Oscars next year after tweets emerged in which he used homophobic slurs.
Scenes of schoolchildren kneeling with their hands behind their heads has triggered outrage as France braces itself for more violent protests this weekend.
A mother has been jailed for 10 years for allowing her baby to die when he was three weeks old.
Global oil prices have surged after a tentative deal was reportedly cut to ease production and tackle a fresh supply glut.
Medical suppliers have been warned of border disruption for up to six months in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit.
A teenager has been jailed for three years for making hoax bomb threats to hundreds of schools and a transatlantic flight.
Burger chain Five Guys has issued an apology after staff allegedly mocked two of the seven dwarves in a Snow White pantomime while they took a break from rehearsals.
A man who was suspected in the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence has been jailed for nine years for conspiracy to supply drugs.
Sir Steve Webb, the former pensions minister, is in talks to become the new boss of The Pensions Regulator (TPR) as it come under pressure from the government to take tougher action against companies which fail to address funding gaps in their retirement schemes.
Ex-UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has become the latest senior figure to quit the party over Tommy Robinson's appointment as an adviser.
The head of a taxpayer-backed business that supplies cars and scooters to disabled people is to step down after it was revealed he is in line for a £2.2m bonus.
Project Bloodhound, the British-led attempt to create the world's first land vehicle capable of breaking the 1,000mph barrier, has been scrapped.
Imran Khan has accused the US of "pushing Pakistan away" despite the country's help to bring the Afghan Taliban to peace talks.
The body of a second British woman to go missing in Jamaica has been found as police investigate three murders in two weeks.
Paris police have urged shops and restaurants on the Champs-Elysees to close ahead of new protests against embattled president Emmanuel Macron.
Former prisoners of rebels in Yemen have revealed the torture they suffered at the hands of their captors, including being burned with acid, beaten and hung by their wrists for weeks on end.
Police are calling for help to find a group of thieves who went on a spree in London, including at the home of a "wonderful" pensioner who collapsed and died.
The prime minister has been warned "tinkering" with her Brexit deal "won't cut it" as she was advised to delay a looming vote on her agreement.
Medicins San Frontiers has been forced to terminate search and rescue operations on the deadly central Mediterranean migration route .
A man who deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers on a city street in Australia has pleaded guilty to murder.
A boy who saved his mother from a man trying to rape her has died - 19 months after the attacker broke his skull.
Pete Shelley, lead singer of punk band Buzzcocks, has died at the age of 63.
New Zealand police say they "hold grave fears" for the safety of a British backpacker who is missing in the country.
Sam Fender has been named the winner of the Brits Critics' Choice award for 2019 - an achievement which comes after a phenomenal year of sold-out shows, a major label signing, and a little support from Elton John.
O2 has said its 4G network has been restored after a massive data outage which affected millions of people.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are unlikely to face each other in a televised Brexit debate after a second broadcaster scrapped plans to broadcast it.
An Afghan boy who went viral over his love of the Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi has had to flee his home after being hunted by the Taliban.
Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have split up after six months together.
Blood donors are being asked to make sure they keep their appointments next week amid fears of a festive shortage.
A Tennessee inmate in the US has become the second person to be executed in the electric chair in a month after arguing that lethal injections are not humane.