Hertha Berlin's under-16 team has walked off the pitch during a game after its players were allegedly racially abused by opposition players.
Jeremy Corbyn has apologised to Labour supporters and acknowledged the party "came up short" in Thursday's general election.
Sir Rod Stewart has become the oldest male solo artist to have a number one UK album, as he was criticised for congratulating Boris Johnson on winning the election.
Snow blizzards have hit parts of the UK as heavy showers and blustery gales are forecast for most areas of the UK.
A British father has been killed and his step-son seriously injured after they were shot in a suspected robbery in Argentina, according to local media.
Fans hopelessly devoted to Grease got the chance to re-live the classic musical when stars of the box office hit donned their costumes for the first time in 41 years.
A 15-year-old boy believed to have been murdered has been described as "very loving, caring, kind, loyal and trusting".
The UK's biggest water supplier has called in bankers to advise on its £12bn debt mountain, amid concern about the impact of a looming regulatory crackdown on its finances.
A caddie for one of the world's top golfers has been banned for the rest of the Presidents Cup after pushing a spectator in Melbourne.
A reported 10,000 supporters of a Thai opposition party which could be banned by authorities have taken to the streets in the country's biggest protest since a 2014 military coup.
The boyfriend of Caroline Flack has shared a loved-up picture of the pair on social media after the TV presenter was arrested for reportedly assaulting him.
Jeremy Corbyn will remain as Labour leader for a "couple of months" into the New Year before handing over to his successor with "dignity", his close ally John McDonnell has said.
Nepal wants to review a military deal allowing the British army to enlist its citizens - before the UK is able to recruit Gurkha women for the first time.
A woman is in hospital with serious injuries and another was slightly hurt after a stabbing incident.
Boris Johnson has told incoming Conservative MPs that "we are the servants now" as he celebrated in one of the Tories' biggest election night scalps.
Navy and police divers are scouring waters around New Zealand's White Island in search of the remaining two victims of Monday's volcanic eruption.
Fifteen people are now known to have died following a volcanic eruption on White Island in New Zealand.
Jeremy Corbyn has announced that he will call it a day as leader after failing to win a majority for Labour in the general election.
Pet owners are being warned to keep chocolate "safe from curious paws" this Christmas after a terrier had to be rushed to the vet for life-saving treatment.
Lord Heseltine has admitted he and fellow Remain supporters have "lost" following Boris Johnson's general election victory and dismissed the prospect of "fighting on".
Boris Johnson has thanked voters in Labour heartlands who voted Tory for the first time to give him his general election victory.
Omar al Bashir, the former president of Sudan, has been convicted of corruption and money laundering.
Arsenal has distanced itself from comments made by its star midfielder Mesut Ozil about the plight of Uighur Muslims.
North Korea says it has carried out another "crucial test" at its long-range rocket launch site.
Australia is sweltering through an unprecedented heatwave - with forecasters warning temperatures could exceed an all-time high of 50.7C (123.3F).
England's Miss World hopeful has said the competition is evolving, hitting back at claims it is outdated.
Caroline Flack has been charged with assault by beating after reports of a man being attacked, the Metropolitan Police say.
Former Emmerdale star Sheila Mercier - who appeared in the soap's first ever show - has died at the age of 100.
Boris Johnson's gamble of calling an early election has paid off.
The US and China have outlined a cooling in their 17-month long trade war, helping push US stock markets to record highs.
Donald Trump has congratulated Boris Johnson on his huge election win and is promising a "massive" post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and US.
The impeachment of Donald Trump has moved a step closer after a committee voted to press formal charges against the US president.
Brexit has dominated the British political landscape for more than three years - and while it may still be many months before Boris Johnson "gets it done" there are other pressing domestic issues for him to look at.
A 13-year-old boy has been arrested after a New York college student was stabbed to death just a day before her final exams.
Jeremy Corbyn is to stand down as Labour leader following a "period of reflection".
A major change to timetables across Britain will take effect on Sunday, adding 1,000 new weekly services as well as the first non-stop journey between London and Bristol in decades.
The days of breaking a sweat scrubbing worktops until they are germ-free could soon be over.
Boris Johnson's election victory is as seismic as Margaret Thatcher's election in 1979.
A man has been jailed for trying to smuggle 450,000 fake £1 coins into the UK.
Boris Johnson has spurned Nicola Sturgeon's renewed call for a second referendum on Scottish independence in his first act as prime minister with a commanding commons majority.
It has been a productive 24 hours for Ian Blackford, the SNP's leader at Westminster.
Uber has appealed against Transport for London's (TfL) decision to strip its operating license to work in the UK's capital.
Thousands of 10-inch "penis fish" have mysteriously washed up on a beach in California following winter storms.
Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to after a teenage girl was raped in south London.
A US Olympic gold medallist was among several people hurt when a double-decker bus crashed into a railway bridge in Swansea.
The pound and the FTSE 100 have surged higher as the Conservatives secured a majority in the general election.
Jo Swinson has admitted her strategy "hasn't worked" after being ousted as an MP and Liberal Democrat leader.
The election message was a pledge to "get Brexit done". Repeated on posters, adverts, aprons, T-shirts. Printed wherever there was a space.
Nicola Sturgeon has told Sky News that she "got overexcited" after she was caught on camera celebrating Jo Swinson losing her seat to the SNP.
A teenager has pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of PC Andrew Harper, as a 21-year-old man admitted plotting to steal a quad bike before the officer's death.
A leading business group has urged Boris Johnson to resist "arbitrary negotiating deadlines" after winning the general election on a promise to "Get Brexit Done".
Boris Johnson says he's "ended the gridlock" in British politics by delivering the Conservatives' best general election result since 1987 - achieved by tearing seats from Labour in its heartlands.
NHS hospitals in England are performing worse than ever as latest statistics show record delays in A&E and for cancer treatment.
There will have been a huge sigh of relief across Britain's boardrooms following Boris Johnson's election victory.
The TopShop tycoon Sir Philip Green has struck a £310m deal to remortgage the Oxford Street flagship of his struggling retail empire.
Unprecedented Conservative gains across England made it an incredible election night for Boris Johnson - and a nightmare for Jeremy Corbyn and Labour.
New Zealand authorities have recovered six more bodies after a team landed on White Island to begin a high-risk operation to bring back victims of Monday's volcanic eruption.
Asian markets have followed Wall Street higher on reports that a trade deal has been agreed in principle between the US and China.
Even for a man who has defied political gravity many times, calling an election three months into his premiership was an enormous risk.
The pound has surged after a closely-watched exit poll predicted the Conservatives had secured a commanding majority in the general election.
As the general election results flood in, Sky News' political experts provide their analysis of the night.
Jeremy Corbyn's actions on antisemitism have turned Labour into the "racist party", one of its former MPs has said.
A Conservative majority of 86 is a "phenomenal" result for Boris Johnson, says former House of Commons Speaker John Bercow.
The Conservatives have won the general election and Boris Johnson will enjoy a commanding House of Commons majority, the broadcasters' exit poll suggests.
The former Speaker of the House of Commons has denied bullying allegations made against him in an interview with Sky News.
Boris Johnson's big gamble of a Christmas election has paid off handsomely.
After a month of battling through the cold, wet and dark, politicians will finally see if their efforts have paid off. But making it through election night is still quite the slog.
The role of Staffordshire Police in the management of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan following his release from prison is being investigated.
A man who held a syringe to a 91-year-old woman's neck during a "despicable" robbery has been jailed.
Murder squad detectives have spent more than a week digging in woods in their search for missing 27-year-old Mohammed Shah Subhani.
A former beauty contestant and ex-girlfriend of a Liverpool footballer has been convicted of funding terrorism.
A first edition of Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets, signed by JK Rowling and bought for a penny, has sold at auction for £2,300.
At least seven people have been hurt, including one seriously, after a double-decker university bus crashed into a railway bridge in Swansea.
Rupert Soames was paid the greatest tribute any business person can hope to receive from investors when, in February 2014, it was announced that he was to become the new chief executive of the outsourcing group Serco.
Phone and electronics retailer Dixons Carphone has significantly narrowed its losses in the first half of the financial year.
New Zealand police say they are finalising a plan to recover the bodies still on White Island on Friday, following Monday's volcanic eruption.
Former intelligence officer Christopher Steele has warned about the danger of discussing sources.
Pub group Fuller's is raising a glass to a hike in profits after scooping a £164.5m boost from the sale of its brewing business to Asahi.
The Premier League's stand-in chief for the last 18 months is close to being handed the job on a permanent basis, amid growing pressure from a number of clubs to end its leadership impasse.
The RAF is helping search for a missing Chilean air force plane that had 38 people on board, the Ministry of Defence has said.
Five intense weeks of campaigning around the country has come to a close, and now people the length and breadth of Britain are heading to the polls.
Scientists have debunked the idea that parakeets were introduced to the UK by legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix.
A teenager whose car was sinking into freezing water was saved when he asked Siri to call 911.
The NHS is "over-diagnosing" children having medical treatment for gender dysphoria, with psychologists unable to properly assess patients over fears they will be branded "transphobic", former staff have warned.
With no suicide note and a growing collection of troubling discoveries, the grieving family of Annie Borjesson have long doubted the official verdict on how she died just a day before flying home for Christmas.
The supermarket chain J Sainsbury is fielding takeover interest in its £1.9bn mortgage book after following larger rival Tesco in exiting the British home-loans market.
A cave painting discovered in Indonesia on the island of Sulawesi could be the oldest known artwork in the world, according to new research.
A 48-year-old man has been arrested after a suspicious device was found near a polling station in Scotland.
A child who was seriously burned during a nativity event at a church in south London is in a critical but stable condition.
Voters are going to the polls in the third general election in the UK in under five years - and the fourth in under a decade.
Voters are going to the polls in the third general election in the UK in under five years - and the fourth in under a decade.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are ending five weeks of frenetic general election campaigning in a fierce battle on Brexit and the NHS.
The UK's major political parties have been on the campaign trail for the past five weeks - so what have been each party's highs and lows?
More than 100 towns and cities have received a visit from a party leader during the general election campaign, Sky News analysis shows.
Around 400 million people will be exposed to coastal flooding each year by the end of the century if Greenland continues losing ice at its current rate, scientists have warned.
Superdry slumped to a loss of £4.2m in the first half of its financial year as its founder seeks to "reset" the struggling fashion chain after retaking control.
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has defended her country from charges of genocide, saying there is "no tolerance" for human rights violations against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
A Jewish supermarket was deliberately targeted in a shootout which left six people dead, the mayor of Jersey City has confirmed.
Naturalist and broadcaster David Bellamy has died aged 86.
English Heritage says it has unearthed what is believed to be the earliest family photo ever taken at Stonehenge.
People who sleep more than nine hours a night, or have long daytime naps have an increased risk of stroke, according to new research.
Five men have been arrested on suspicion of stabbing a man in his twenties to death in Milton Keynes.
Gemma Telford's child was just 11 years old when he told her he believed he had gender dysphoria.
Debris believed to be from a missing Chilean air force plane that had 38 people on board has been found, officials have said.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have concluded their general election campaigning less than four miles away from each other on the eve of polls opening.
A teenager has been found guilty of murder after a 14-year-old boy was knocked off his moped by a car before being stabbed to death in the road.
A man who spent 18 years on the run after committing what he claimed was an "honour killing" has been sentenced to life in prison.
Two more people have died following the volcano eruption in New Zealand, raising the number of people killed to eight.
A policeman had a lucky escape when a lorry toppled on to his car in high winds.
Boris Johnson will find out in the early hours of Friday morning whether his big Brexit election gamble has paid off.
Boris Johnson's pledge to strike a trade deal with the EU by the end of next year has been branded "unrealistic" by Brussels' chief Brexit negotiator.
A Senegalese migrant living in Spain has rescued a disabled man from a burning building.
The family of London Bridge terror attack victim Saskia Jones have said they are devastated by the death of their "brilliant, caring daughter".
Hundreds of birds have been found dead in a road in Anglesey.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre has said she is "not suicidal" in case something happens to her because "many evil people" want her silenced.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was said to be disappointed that Saudi Aramco, the kingdom's state oil and gas company, was not valued at $2trn (£1.52trn) in its initial public offering (IPO).
Police in Denmark say they have arrested more than a dozen people during raids over a suspected Islamist terror plot.
The billionaire brothers who have amassed one of Central London's most valuable property portfolios are on the brink of a deal to fund the redevelopment of Admiralty Arch, one of the capital's most iconic sites.
Climate change activist Greta Thunberg, who has led worldwide protests demanding global action on the issue, is Time magazine's Person Of The Year.
The future of the Supercuts and Regis hair salon brands has been secured after a rescue deal was struck with administrators.
The Post Office will pay almost £58m to former subpostmasters over an IT system which allegedly led to some going bankrupt and others being prosecuted for offences like fraud.
Former Superdry boss Euan Sutherland is to take the helm at the over-50s tourism and insurance specialist Saga.
Eleven women have been rescued from several brothels that were raided by police in Luton.
A man and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of murdering an elderly man in his home in Sutton Coldfield.
The editor of a newspaper accused of fake news over the image of a boy lying on a hospital floor during treatment has stepped in to calm his readers' fears.
All 27,000 chickens at a farm in Suffolk will be culled after a strain of bird flu was detected.
Around 600 wrapped children's Christmas presents have been stolen from a community Santa's grotto in Bristol.
Shares in Saudi Aramco surged to their maximum 10% daily limit as the state-owned oil giant made its record-breaking stock market debut.
Liverpool co-owner Mike Gordon was on board a private jet that skidded off the runway at John Lennon Airport on Wednesday.
Amazon's hefty investment in the online food courier Deliveroo raises serious competition concerns that may need an in-depth investigation, a competition watchdog has said.
Boris Johnson is on course for a Commons majority of 28, according to a massive new poll projection for Sky News that suggests the race has tightened significantly in the last fortnight.
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg has accused world leaders and business chiefs of using "clever accounting and creative PR" to make it look like they are taking firm action in the fight against climate change.
They aren't billed as the capital's most wanted, but Metropolitan Police detectives are on the trail of 19 suspects in a pre-Christmas blitz on violent crime.
New Zealand has ordered 1.2 million sq cm of skin from America to treat patients suffering burns of up to 95% after Monday's volcano eruption.
From a Premier League footballer's mansion to a Game of Thrones-esque castle - this year's top five most-viewed properties have been revealed.
Approximately 1,000 jobs are being salvaged at one of Britain's largest chains of hair salons after a rescue deal was struck with administrators.
Political ads are "disappearing" from Facebook's advertising monitoring system, leaving stunned researchers fearing a "catastrophic" loss of transparency and accountability.
Police have issued new pictures of a schoolgirl taken on the morning she went missing as fears grow for the 13-year-old.
Food labels telling people how much exercise is needed to burn off what they eat could be more effective at helping weight loss than just listing the amount of calories., a new study has claimed.
Ed Sheeran is going to need a bigger mantelpiece.
The Rugby World Cup - in which England lost the final - was the UK's most googled search term of 2019.
Eight people are still missing and presumed dead following Monday's volcanic eruption in New Zealand, police have said.
It was a little before the 10 O'clock bulletins on the evening of the London Bridge terror attack that claimed the lives of 25-year old Jack Merritt and 23-year-old Saskia Jones, when the prime minister delivered a statement to camera - the second of the evening.
The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has accused Boris Johnson of exploiting the tragedy to "score some points in the election".
Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth says he was just "joking around" after a leaked recording emerged in which he criticised Jeremy Corbyn and said Labour wouldn't get a majority in the election.
Lord Maurice Saatchi is among four directors to quit the board of troubled advertising agency M&C Saatchi.
Former Derby and Portsmouth manager Jim Smith has died aged 79.
Six stolen puppies have been found and returned to their mother, with police now focused on searching for the thieves who took them.
The father of London Bridge terror attack victim Jack Merritt has spoken of the pain of losing his son, telling Sky News that breaking the news to Jack's brother was the "hardest part" of the day.
A GP who used celebrity cancer stories to get patients to have unnecessary checks has been found guilty of 25 sex offences against six patients.
Brazil's president has called climate campaigner Greta Thunberg "a brat" after she tweeted about the murder of two indigenous people in the Amazon.
Roxette lead singer Marie Fredriksson, a musician who "painted songs in the most beautiful colours", has died 17 years after first being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
A nine-year-old boy who was set to become the world's youngest ever graduate has quit his university following a row over his graduation date.
The boss of Lloyds Banking Group says he is "very sorry" after a review slammed the claims process for customers hit by the £1bn HBOS Reading branch fraud scandal.
The Original Factory Shop (TOFS), one of Britain's biggest discount retailers, is being groomed for a sale 18 months after striking a deal with creditors to close dozens of stores.
A review has been ordered into the decision to approve the release of a murderer who has never revealed the whereabouts of his victim's body.
Aung San Suu Kyi has appeared at The Hague where she is expected to defend Myanmar against genocide charges.
The chief executive of Ryanair says the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX fleet is costing the airline at least €100m (£84m) a year.
The chief executive of struggling retailer Ted Baker has resigned as the firm again warned over profits, sending its shares plunging.
A man is reportedly set to plead guilty to killing 19 disabled people at a care home in Japan, having allegedly told a local newspaper he stabbed them to death "for the sake of society".
The boss of troubled Topshop and Topman is to leave his post at the end of the year for "personal reasons", it has been announced.
Six people have been killed and three more were wounded in a shooting in a hospital in the Czech Republic.
Andy Roe, who revoked London Fire Brigade's "stay put" advice to residents during the Grenfell Tower blaze, has been named its new commissioner.
Sales of Christmas puddings and seasonal biscuits are down as shoppers delay stocking up on festive supplies ahead of the general election.
One of the founders of Second Home, the co-working start-up launched by a former aide to David Cameron, is stepping down after a huge cost overrun at its maiden US venue.
Boris Johnson has been criticised for taking the phone of a journalist who tried to show him a picture of a boy sleeping on a hospital floor.
A Falklands veteran who said he was forced out of the Royal Navy after revealing his bisexuality has got his medal back.
Brexit uncertainty and the global slowdown are being blamed for blighting growth, as the UK economy was stagnating in the last official check before the election.
Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer despised by Donald Trump, was a personal friend of the president's daughter, Ivanka, Sky News understands.
Police investigating the fatal stabbing of a mother of two following an "altercation" involving two vehicles have charged a man with attempted murder.
A search and rescue operation is under way after a Chilean air force transport plane with 38 people on board lost radio contact on a flight to the country's Antarctic base.
JD Wetherspoon is to go on a £200m spending spree on pubs and hotels over the next four years - creating around 10,000 new jobs, the company has announced.
Boris Johnson will warn of the "danger" of a hung parliament on the penultimate day of general election campaigning - but Labour have stepped up their attack on the Conservatives over the NHS.
With just two days to go until the election, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have tried to sway voters by starring in pop culture-inspired videos.
Children are at risk of being contacted by strangers and seeing offensive images through their must-have smart toys, an investigation has found.
Pete Frates, whose battle with motor neurone disease inspired the ice bucket challenge, has died aged 34.
Eight people are missing and "presumed" dead after the volcanic eruption on New Zealand's White Island, police have said.
Older female killer whales pass on their wisdom to their grandchildren once they are too old to have any more calves of their own.
A third of hospitals in England put up car park charges last year, with trusts raking in more than £254 million from parking in 2018/19.
A man in his 40s has been stabbed to death in north London, the Metropolitan Police said.
A call handler working for the NHS non-emergency 111 service admitted he made mistakes in the way he dealt with the case of a teenager suffering a fatal suspected allergic reaction.
Winds of up to 100mph are set to batter parts of the UK on Tuesday, forecasters have warned.
Two British women are in hospital after being injured in the volcanic eruption in New Zealand, the UK high commissioner to the country has said.
Sir Martin Sorrell’s digital marketing venture will announce the arrival of two female directors on Tuesday as he seeks to internationalise its boardroom.
One of the last surviving pilots who took to the skies to fight the Nazi air force during the Battle Of Britain has died aged 101.
The weekend's storms helped Britain set a new renewable power record on Sunday evening, according to National Grid.
Walmart has apologised for selling a pullover on its website that appears to show Father Christmas doing lines of cocaine.
Tributes have been paid to a 25-year-old mother who was stabbed to death after an "altercation" involving two vehicles.
It's the final push before polling day, the time where the parties want to remind voters of their key promises and reinforce their core pitch.
Things just go from bad to worse at Tullow Oil.
Paul Volcker, who has died aged 92, was one of the most important figures of modern economics.
Astronomers have discovered a unique way to weigh supermassive black holes - and found the holes might not be as massive as previously thought.
The fastest results service, the sharpest analysis and a very special guest - Sky News is the place to watch all the drama of election night unfold.
Boris Johnson has raised the possibility of scrapping the TV licence fee by admitting he is "certainly looking at" the issue.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been criticised after refusing to reveal details of a contract between the Department of Health and Amazon to provide NHS health advice via the voice assistant Alexa.
Tesco could net a windfall of up to £7.2bn by selling its Asia business, according to a City analyst and former supermarket executive.
At least five people have died after a volcano erupted in New Zealand.
A teenage Burnley FC fan was ejected from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after allegedly making a racist gesture towards one of the home team's players.
A company has developed avocados with edible coating to cut down on plastic packaging and help them stay ripe for longer.
A 34-year-old woman is set to become Finland's prime minister on Tuesday - making her the youngest world leader.
New Zealand's White Island volcano has erupted, leaving at least five people dead and many more unaccounted for.
North Korea has insulted Donald Trump again, calling the US president a "heedless and erratic old man".
When Netflix came on the scene a few years ago it opened up a world of TV choice, from Breaking Bad and Narcos to Stranger Things and Making A Murderer.
A hacker from Essex who was jailed after making millions of pounds blackmailing people who visited pornography websites has been forced to pay back over £270,000 - and sell his Rolex to cover the costs.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has imposed a four-year ban on Russia from all global sport, including the 2020 Olympics and the 2022 World Cup finals.
A new law in India will seek to block Muslim illegal immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan from gaining citizenship.
Storm Atiyah has hit Wales, southwest England and Ireland - sparking flight cancellations and diversions, and causing power outages in several areas.
The private equity tycoon Guy Hands has waded into the auction of the housebuilding division of Kier, the listed construction group which faces a battle for survival.
Women will no longer have to be segregated from men in restaurants in Saudi Arabia, according to the country's government.
A battle to snap up the takeaway delivery firm Just Eat has hotted up with a would-be buyer hiking its takeover offer for the UK business by £200m.
A 51-year-old man will face trial next year over the murder of a boy outside a school in Essex in a hit-and-run attack.
The largest private collection of whisky ever to go to auction has been unveiled with an estimated value of up to £8m.
Three days to go and this election race is Boris Johnson's to lose.
Beijing has ordered every public institution in the country to remove foreign computer equipment and software within three years, according to the Financial Times.
Many voters used to affiliate themselves with a political party - but these days they are more likely to identify as Leave or Remain, according to new research.
Anthony Joshua has beaten Andy Ruiz Jr on a unanimous points decision in their world heavyweight title rematch in Saudi Arabia.
The Conservative Party has quadrupled its spending on Facebook advertisements as the election campaign enters its final days.
Boris Johnson has given a cast-iron guarantee that immigration levels will come down if he remains prime minister, despite his commitment to an Australian-style points-based system that experts say would actually see numbers increase.
Boris Johnson has claimed a leaked Treasury document about checks on the Northern Ireland border is "wrong".
President Donald Trump says North Korea's leader "has too much to lose" to act in a hostile way, after the secretive state's latest military test.
More than two-thirds of the public do not think cancer sufferers can live with the disease for years, a survey has found.
Labour will start nationalising water and energy companies within 100 days of taking office, John McDonnell will announce as the election campaign enters its final 72 hours.
A tougher drink-drive limit in Scotland has had little long-term financial impact on pub trade profits, according to new research.
A large landslip has left up to 1,000 people stranded at a popular tourist site in New Zealand, according to the country's civil defence.
There is no runway on the Isle of Barra, the southernmost inhabited island in the Outer Hebrides.
It sold for $120,000 (£91,300) just last week - but the artwork of a banana duct-taped to a wall has now been scoffed.
Virgin Trains has waved goodbye to its passengers, making its last trip after 22 years and almost 500 million journeys.
Alone and frightened by an electricity blackout, a shoeless five-year-old child carried her younger sibling half a mile to a neighbour's house in -35C (-31F).
Saga, the FTSE-250 travel and insurance provider, is seeking a buyer for its domiciliary care business as it faces the threat of a break-up engineered by one of the world's most feared activist investors.
A "horrific" factory fire in India is believed to have been caused by an electrical short circuit - as relatives of workers trapped inside identified victims from photos on police officers' phones.
Election nights are full of drama. After a long campaign, the exhausted candidates and their parties pause for breath and await the verdict of the nation.
A 13-year-old boy is among three people who have been arrested after a woman was fatally stabbed in Rushden, Northamptonshire.
The Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has hinted she might be more willing to do a deal with Labour if Jeremy Corbyn was not at the helm.
Thousands of Santa Clauses have put on their running shoes to take part in annual charity dashes across the UK.
At least 43 people have died in India's capital New Delhi after a fire swept through a factory where workers were sleeping, police have said.
Liam Payne has said he believes a One Direction reunion will happen "for sure".
A man has been arrested over allegations of racist abuse during the Manchester derby.
A man and a woman have been arrested in Dover on suspicion of terror offences relating to Syria, police have said.
A nest of muscle-bound mice, a sensitive robot and 120,000 "beneficial" roundworms have arrived at the International Space Station.
Anthony Joshua pledged to learn from his brutal defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr in New York in June.
A Saudi student who gunned down three sailors at a Florida navy base had hosted a dinner earlier in the week to watch videos of mass shootings, a US official has said.
In 2017 there was a place I realised I knew something about the election that others didn't.
Fundraisers camping in London's Trafalgar Square overnight have been treated to a bedtime story by Dame Helen Mirren in a global bid to tackle homelessness.
Manchester City have said any fans found guilty of racist abuse will be banned from the club for life after a supporter appeared to make a monkey gesture towards a United player during Saturday's derby match.