A 29-year-old journalist has been shot dead as she covered riots in Londonderry, with police treating it as a "terrorist incident".
Police have been given the green light by the home secretary to use the "full force of the law" against climate change protesters who are planning to disrupt Heathrow Airport.
Severe traffic delays are expected on some popular routes today as an estimated 4.4 million people take to Britain's roads.
Donald Trump has declared "Game Over" for his "haters" - but a long-awaited report revealed how the US president sought the firing of the man investigating his team's alleged links to Russia.
Skygazers could get an Easter treat this Good Friday as spring's annual pink moon graces the night sky.
Top Premier League footballers are backing a 24-hour boycott of social media as they demand platforms do more to stop racist abuse.
Carly Barton had a stroke in her early twenties.
Imagine if the star of a political comedy like The Thick Of It, or a prime-time show host like Ant McPartlin became prime minister.
Police have told climate change protesters who plan to "shut down" Heathrow Airport tomorrow they will face a "robust response".
It is blisteringly hot in Khartoum, a minimum of 40 degrees in the day time.
Social media website Pinterest ended its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange with shares up by almost a third , as it returned some much-needed faith in technology initial public offerings (IPOs) to Wall Street.
A pro-Brexit online troll who told Labour MP David Lammy to "go back to the jungle" has been jailed for nearly 10 months.
A woman and three men have been arrested over the murder of a man who was stabbed to death in northeast London on Wednesday.
Protesters in Bangladesh and human rights groups are calling for justice for a teenage girl burned alive after refusing to withdraw sexual harassment and assault claims against a headteacher.
A cat has been branded a "miracle" after he jumped out of a sofa that was about to be crushed at a waste plant in Slough.
Police have begun a murder investigation after Trainspotting 2 star Bradley Welsh was shot dead on the doorstep of his home in Edinburgh while his family were inside.
The commercial property group which owns London's Brent Cross shopping centre is facing a bruising shareholder revolt this month over multi-million pound share awards to top executives.
Paula Radcliffe believes the verdict of a landmark legal case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya could open the door for transgender athletes to compete in women's categories without lowering their testosterone levels.
Investigators believe an electrical short circuit was the most likely cause of the Notre-Dame fire, it has been revealed.
UKIP's leader has dismissed Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, telling Sky News it is "not a proper political party".
Kim Jong Un is to have talks with Vladimir Putin in what will be the first meeting between the two leaders.
A British couple killed after their buggy reportedly fell 200m (656ft) into a ravine on the Greek island of Santorini were "utterly devoted to one another".
A record-breaking "concreteberg" the size of a blue whale is blocking three Victorian sewers in central London.
Love Island star Sophie Gradon hanged herself after drinking alcohol and taking cocaine, a coroner has found.
A US man and his Thai partner could face the death penalty after a home they lived on in the Andaman Sea was raided by Thailand's navy.
A fossil hunter in the US has caused outrage after trying to sell the remains of a baby Tyrannosaurus Rex on eBay for £2.3m.
The British National Party (BNP) and the English Defence League (EDL) are among a number of far-right groups that have been banned by Facebook.
Debenhams has confirmed that its chief executive Sergio Bucher will step down this week, days after the troubled retailer entered into administration and was taken over by its lenders.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a man was shot dead in the street in Birmingham.
A man in South Korea has been accused of setting his apartment on fire and stabbing his neighbours as they tried to escape the burning building.
Katie Allan's experience of prison was short and brutal.
Hopes for Jet Airways are fading as its shares plunge and rivals rush to fill the supply gap.
The US president, American politicians and most of the world are waiting for the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election.
"Frankenstein" scientists in the US have managed to partially revive pig brains four hours after the animals were slaughtered.
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton has denied allegations he assaulted Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel after a match.
Liverpool star Mo Salah has been named among Time's 100 most influential people of 2019.
Examples of Samsung's new foldable smartphone have broken after just two days, according to reviewers.
The Kentish seaport of Ramsgate played an unwanted cameo role in the unfolding saga of Brexit.
British shops have benefited from a milder March in comparison with last year's "Beast from the East", according to new figures.
A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs by police investigating the death of a boy found unconscious in a park.
Three people have appeared in court over this week's climate change protests in London, as demonstrators target a new bridge in the city.
Talks between North Korea and the US have ground to a halt of late.
Police are investigating the shooting of a buzzard in Northamptonshire.
Amazon has announced that it is closing its online store in China after struggling to gain a foothold in the world's most populous nation.
A British diver who helped save 12 schoolboys trapped in a cave in Thailand has himself been rescued from a flooded tunnel in the US after more than a day underground.
Jet Airways has cancelled all flights after talks to rescue the struggling carrier failed.
A man has been fatally stabbed in Stoke Newington, northeast London.
London faces a fourth day of disruption as environmental protesters vow to maintain roadblocks across the capital despite nearly 400 arrests.
A survey of 1,995 teachers has found that 80% had been the victim of bullying in the last year.
At least 29 people were killed after a tour bus carrying German tourists crashed on the Portuguese island of Madeira.
Actress Mya-Lecia Naylor, who starred in CBBC's Millie Inbetween and Almost Never, has died aged 16.
North Korea has test-fired a new tactical guided weapon - the first launch since a summit with the US ended without an agreement in Vietnam in February.
The environment secretary told activists "we've got the message" as police officers moved into Parliament Square to remove protesters on the third day of climate action.
Rabbits arrived in Britain 1,000 years earlier than previously thought, carbon dating of a bone discovered in West Sussex has revealed.
Teachers have considered self-harming or quit the profession because of bullying by colleagues, new research suggests.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has called for a major shake-up at the UK's big four auditing firms, but stopped short of recommending they be broken up.
Bells have been ringing out at cathedrals across France in honour of Notre-Dame following Monday's devastating fire.
A school in West Yorkshire has been turning off the lights one day a week and calling it a "dark day" to try and balance the school books.
Some dressed as a "chaos clown" or "Sustaina-Claus", others walked for four weeks to get there, and some were concerned mothers worried about their children's future.
More than half of people believe Labour has a "serious antisemitism problem", a new poll has revealed.
The sight of heavily-armed military on the streets of Khartoum, their trucks bristling with machine guns and rocket propelled grenades strapped to the sides, always gets your pulse racing.
A former Financial Ombudsman who brought a £14bn class action against Mastercard has told Sky News it is "time the company admitted it was wrong" in forcing consumers to pay higher retail prices.
The anxious mothers of 24 Ukrainian sailors lined the corridors of Moscow's Lefortovo District Court on Wednesday, desperate for a glimpse of their sons.
A man has been jailed after he bit a hole in a police officer's ear as he tried to resist arrest.
A teenager "infatuated" with the 1999 Columbine massacre who forced the closure of schools in Denver has been found dead.
The Royal Opera House has lost its appeal against a landmark ruling over the damage caused to a viola player's hearing due to loud music during a rehearsal.
Peru's former president has died after shooting himself in the head to avoid arrest over corruption allegations, said officials.
The possibility of a technological solution to the Brexit Northern Ireland border issue could be more than a decade away, according to a Home Office document seen by Sky News.
It is a company almost unknown outside the City - but Bunzl is a company that touches the lives of millions of people every day.
The body of a man who went missing in Russia two years ago has been found chained to a tree with a video camera nearby.
Britons might be looking forward to a hot and sunny Easter weekend, but they could also have to contend with a so-called "deadly pollen bomb".
Carlsberg has admitted its lager is "probably not the best in the world" after an increasingly negative reaction to its product and falling sales.
A woman who criticised the Duke of Edinburgh after she suffered a broken wrist following his Sandringham car crash is facing several motoring offences over unrelated incidents.
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party are set to win next month's European Parliament elections, according to a new poll.
An oval-shaped gemstone weighing more than 20 carats has been unveiled as the largest blue diamond to be discovered in Botswana.
The European Commission has published a list of $20bn (£15bn) worth of US imports it could hit with tariffs, in an aircraft subsidy dispute that has dragged on for nearly 15 years.
A "Miss Hitler" contest entrant accused of being a neo-Nazi terrorist discussed becoming a "martyr" with her boyfriend, a court has heard.
A rare "miniature kangaroo" has just started to peek out from its mother's pouch after being born at Chester Zoo.
The final cost of fixing errors caused by reforms to sickness and disability benefits could be as high as £1bn, MPs have warned.
Mental healthcare group The Priory has been fined £300,000 for breaching health and safety laws over the death of a 14-year-old girl.
An Australian man has been killed and his wife critically injured after their pet deer attacked them at their home.
Age verification checks for online pornography will come into force on 15 July, the government has announced.
Annual house price growth is at its lowest level in almost seven years, with London house prices suffering most.
Uganda will consider an offer of asylum for ousted Sudan leader Omar al Bashir despite an indictment for his arrest by the International Criminal Court.
Around 150 people are missing after a boat sank in an eastern lake in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Manchester United coach Nicky Butt has been bailed after being arrested on suspicion of assaulting a woman, police have said.
The UK is set for a hot and sunny Easter weekend as a surge of warm weather replaces the recent chilly conditions.
One of Britain's most valuable online retail businesses has struck a deal to buy Christophe Robin, a luxury Parisian haircare brand which counts Kylie Minogue among its prominent clients.
Polls have closed in Indonesia with the world's largest Muslim democracy electing a president, a parliament and local authorities.
Inflation has remained below the Bank of England's 2% target in March, giving consumers some unexpected relief.
Anthony Joshua's next fight has been thrown into serious doubt after an "adverse finding" was found in a drug test on his opponent, Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller.
A woman who pledged to give away her Scottish castle in a raffle has been rapped by the advertising watchdog for switching the prize to a cash alternative.
The RSPCA performed the purr-fect rescue by helping a heavily pregnant cat stuck on a metal fence just in time for her to give birth to five kittens.
Two Saudi sisters are pleading for help from Georgia after fleeing their family and country in the latest case of runaways from the ultra-conservative kingdom.
The British work the longest hours in the EU, but are less productive than those in some other countries.
Notre-Dame will be rebuilt within five years and be "even more beautiful" than before, the French president vowed, as about €700m (£605m) of donations poured in for the fire-ravaged cathedral.
Campaigners are to target the London Underground system as demonstrations continue in the capital aimed at forcing action on climate change.
A review of the automatic disclosure of the criminal records of some job applicants has been ordered by the home secretary.
Netflix has reported the biggest increase in subscribers since it launched 12 years ago, adding 9.6 million in the first quarter.
Donald Trump has vetoed a motion that would have stopped the US providing military aid to Saudi Arabia for their ongoing war in Yemen.
China's economy showed unexpected growth in the first quarter but it is still too early to announce a recovery, analysts say.
A volley of rocket attacks on the Libyan capital of Tripoli caused havoc overnight with people scrambling to safety and crowds answering a call to donate blood for the wounded.
Sticking to NHS guidelines on how much red or processed meat people should eat still increases the risk of bowel cancer by 20%, according to new research.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man who was hit by a car during a fight outside a London underground station died in hospital.
Venezuela has accepted its first shipment of humanitarian aid from the Red Cross, after the government spent months refusing to allow it into the country.
Satellite images appear to show movement at North Korea's main nuclear site, which could be associated with the reprocessing of radioactive material into bomb fuel.
More than half of people across England struggle to see a starry view of the night sky due to light pollution, a study has found.
I want to make it crystal clear that I do not sympathise with - and cannot and never will make excuses for - sex offenders.
Rachel was only a teenager when she was raped, and has now lived half of her life as a survivor.
A French priest who helped comfort the wounded after the worst terrorist attack on Paris this century has emerged as the hero of the Notre-Dame fire.
A man who lured four police officers to an address after making a hoax 999 call has been convicted after stabbing them in an unprovoked attack caught on CCTV.
A top EU figure has said he fears Britain will waste its latest Brexit reprieve and "run down the clock" once again.
Sony have released some of the early details about the eagerly anticipated Playstation 5 console, which is set to include "backwards compatibility" and "8K graphics".
A listing on eBay offering "a section of timber", claimed to be from Notre-Dame cathedral after Monday's devastating fire, has been removed from the auction website.
Two police officers who met for sexual liaisons while on duty have been found guilty of gross misconduct and dismissed from the force.
Before and after pictures show the devastation of Paris' Notre-Dame that has come as a huge blow to France and the rest of Europe.
Hidden away up a steep narrow staircase at York Minster is the evidence that proves you can restore historic cathedrals to their former glory.
290 people have been arrested for taking part in ongoing climate change protests in London as police say the demonstrations are causing "serious disruption".
Improved investor sentiment across Europe and relative short-term stability from a delayed Brexit helped push London stocks to a six-month high on Tuesday.
The Independent Group of pro-Remain MPs has been given a boost in its mission to fight the European Parliament elections by being granted official political party status.
A consumer goods veteran shortlisted to become the boss of Mr Kipling's maker has pulled out of its selection process to run the world's largest grower of roses.
JD Sports has defied high street gloom, reporting a 15% rise in pre-tax profit for the year.
A dog had lucky escape in the Gulf of Thailand after being spotted swimming more than 135 miles (220km) from the shore.
If you wanted proof that these are tough times in the aviation sector, two pieces of news today have provided ample evidence.
In the aftermath of a French tragedy, historian of modern France Dr Andrew WM Smith believes the nation's broken heart will repair itself in time after a huge blaze significantly damaged the Notre-Dame.
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been cleared of making a Nazi salute after an FA panel believed his argument he did not know what one was.
Sats tests would be abolished under a future Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn has announced.
Former England midfielder Paul Scholes has been charged with betting misconduct by the Football Association.
A senior Labour frontbencher has been caught on film claiming Zionists are "the enemy of peace", after previously denying making the comment.
A police officer has been seriously injured after being sprayed with ammonia when he was called to a report of a domestic incident.
Tom Jones has led tributes to songwriter Les Reed OBE, who has died at the age of 83.
The number of large plastic items such as bags, rope and netting that are polluting the world's oceans is increasing, scientists have found.
Amber Rudd has said she is keeping the "door slightly ajar" when it comes to the prospect of running to succeed Theresa May.
It is as British as fish and chips and one of the country's most famous sites, but new evidence suggests the roots of Stonehenge lie in the Mediterranean.
Police are hunting a dealer who they believe supplied illegal drugs to a 13-year-old boy who died after being found unconscious in a park.
Game Of Thrones fans in China have hit out after six minutes of the final season premiere was "censored".
More French billionaires have stepped up with donations for repairs to Notre-Dame, taking the total to €600m.
An American tourist who captured a heart-warming photo in front of the Notre-Dame less than an hour before it caught on fire is searching for the man and child in her picture.
There is a "huge" risk the Palace of Westminster could fall victim to a devastating fire like the one at France's Notre-Dame cathedral, Jeremy Corbyn has warned.
Britain faces a teaching crisis as four in 10 teachers expect to leave their jobs and move out of education by 2024, a survey has found.
Jet Airways' share price closed down by 7.7% on Tuesday following a report that it could be about to temporarily end its operations.
A US-UK trade deal will be dead in the water if there is any weakening of the Good Friday Agreement, a top American politician has warned.
Microplastics have been discovered in a remote area of the French Pyrenees mountains, according to a new study.
An England rugby player has been formally warned about his future in club side Saracens after defending an anti-gay social media post.
Unemployment has fallen by 27,000 in the three months to February, with the jobs market remaining "robust", according to official figures.
Firefighters risked their lives to save Notre-Dame's priceless historical artefacts of religious and cultural significance from the raging inferno that engulfed the 12th century cathedral.
A former state governor has become the first person to say he will challenge Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president.
A US newspaper has won a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on a mass shooting in its own newsroom that left five journalists dead.
A childhood note written by rapper and singer Drake is on sale for $7,500 (£5,725).
Sajid Javid has admitted that the violence on Britain's streets has left him scared for his children's safety.
A senior minister has called for an end to the Brexit deadlock, warning the delay is damaging Britain at home and abroad.
The government has announced an extra £1bn of funding to support UK exports to Iraq and British firms investing in the country.
Primary school children will receive free sanitary products from early next year, after government plans to provide the products in secondary schools were criticised for not going far enough.
A new motoring survey has suggested that more than one-and-a-half million drivers over the age of 55 have driven while over the alcohol limit.
Notre Dame has been saved from total destruction after a blaze ripped through the cathedral, French fire services have said.
Georgina Elliot, 21, is living with Crohn's disease and posts videos to YouTube documenting her experiences.
Potentially fake reviews are flooding listings of tech products from "unknown" brands on Amazon, according to a Which? investigation.
Libya's United Nations-backed prime minister has told Sky News that there could be an influx of more than 800,000 migrants from his country into Europe if the instability in his country continues.
World leaders have expressed their sadness after a devastating fire at the iconic Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, one of the world's most famous and popular tourist attractions.
A former soldier is to be prosecuted for the murder of a teenage boy almost 50 years ago.
Notre-Dame de Paris - or "Our Lady of Paris" - is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral and the largest in the French capital.
Thirty years on from the Hillsborough disaster, Liverpool has fallen silent to remember the 96 people who died.
A father-of-four injured in the Christchurch shootings has posted pictures of his five year-old daughter who was left brain damaged after she was also shot.
Dozens of human skeletons from around 3,000 years ago have been found during water pipe excavation work in Oxfordshire.
The UK has sent five Apache attack helicopters to Estonia as a deterrent to "a very credible threat" from Russia.
The Greek government says is negotiating to repay its debts to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) early, as market borrowing rates have fallen to their lowest level since 2005.
Basil Brush, the beloved TV puppet, is to make his debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a "no holds barred" adult-only show.
The former head of the Parole Board has called for a change in the law to end the injustice of thousands of prisoners trapped on indeterminate sentences, some for more than decade after they were eligible for release.
The Greek president has escalated a campaign for the return of the Elgin Marbles, attacking their home in the British Museum as a "murky prison".
Labour MP Chris Bryant believes everyone in parliament needs a "cwtch" - or hug - after being left "battered and bruised" during the battles over Brexit.
When Donald Trump faces American voters again in just over 18 months from now, he will be seeking to provide evidence of how his policies have benefited them.
A woman has been sentenced after police found 64 dead cats, 43 live cats and a 400lb (181kg) pig at a home that she rented.
Three female MEPs have quit UKIP after the party's leader Gerard Batten defended a candidate's comments about rape as "satire".
Ninety-six bells rang out through the centre of Liverpool as people came together to remember the victims of the Hillsborough disaster, killed 30 years ago.
Arrests have been made after environmental activists vandalised the London headquarters of oil giant Shell - in protests aimed at grinding the capital to a halt.
IS bride Shamima Begum is appealing for legal aid to fight for her British citizenship - but Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says he would be "very uncomfortable" if she got the support.
Sajid Javid has unveiled a radical blueprint for protecting communities from crime, in a high profile move widely seen as paving the way for a Tory leadership bid.
Volkswagen's former boss and four others have been indicted on charges of fraud and unfair competition over the firm's efforts to cheat diesel emission tests.
Goldman Sachs has reported a mixed bag of first quarter results after a "muted" start to the year.
Protesters in Sudan have accused the military of going against their word by trying to break up an anti-government demonstration.
The Easter weekend will not only bring with it chocolate eggs and simnel cake, but also a timely reprieve from the recent chilly weather.
Monsoon Accessorize, one of the UK's biggest privately owned fashion retailers, is plotting the use of a controversial insolvency mechanism to close stores and slash rents amid ongoing high street turmoil.
The father of a nine-year-old boy killed by a dog while alone in a caravan has said his "whole world has shattered into a million pieces".
Gordon Ramsay has hit back at a food critic for accusing his new pan-Asian restaurant of cultural appropriation and tokenism.
Facebook "likes" may be turned off for UK children to ensure their safety under proposed guidelines for social media companies.
An extremely rare species of turtle is facing extinction after the last-known female of its kind died at a zoo in southern China.
The European Union has given final clearance for trade talks to begin with the US, despite differences on climate and agriculture policies.
Monday marks the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, the worst tragedy in British sporting history.
The surprise victor in the first round of Ukraine's presidential elections is expected to attend a future TV debate, officials have said.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told Japan's prime minister that the UK is determined to avoid exiting the European Union without a deal.
A US man is suing his parents after they destroyed his massive pornography collection, which he claims was worth $29,000 (£22,139).
The maker of Guinness has announced it is ditching plastic beer packaging in favour of recyclable and biodegradable cardboard.
The UK's second-biggest steel producer is seeking an urgent £100m government loan after Theresa May's failure to pass a Brexit deal left it frozen out of an EU-wide carbon trading scheme.
In a secret recording obtained by the Sunday Times, Jeremy Corbyn reportedly said that he believes that evidence of antisemitism in his party has been "mislaid or ignored".
Senior Conservatives hope Brexit compromise talks will conclude with enough time for the UK to avoid fighting European Parliament elections.
The government has announced proposals to stop tenants from being "uprooted by their landlord with little notice".
Tiger Woods has competed one of sport's greatest ever comebacks after winning his first major title in 11 years at The Masters.
A man has been charged after a video was posted online of a burning cardboard model of Grenfell Tower.
The Red Cross believes one of its nurses held captive by Islamic State in Syria for almost six years may still be alive.
Police are searching for a wanted man who evaded capture at his home by dropping into an escape route under the floor.
Steps have been taken to ensure the security of Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar after President Donald Trump tweeted a video that purported to show her being dismissive of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Fierce fighting has broken out in Libya's capital as military groups try to defend the city against a warlord formerly allied to ex-dictator Colonel Gaddafi.
A nine-year-old boy killed by a family friend's dog has been named - as police revealed the youngster was alone in a caravan when he was attacked by the animal.
An Australian rugby star who said "hell awaits" gay people will have his contract terminated, officials have said.
Jet Airways is flying just seven planes as bosses and lenders try to work out a solution to its growing debt problem.
Police could target areas of London which data has predicted as future hotspots of fatal stabbings, a study suggests.
TSB has vowed to protect its 5.2 million customers if they are innocent victims of a scam.
North Korea is increasingly using cryptocurrency to bypass international sanctions and could use it to help fund programmes to build weapons of mass destruction, a report says today.
A tomb belonging to a senior official in Egypt's Fifth Dynasty has been unveiled around 20 miles south of Cairo.
A new ride at Legoland was forced to close on its opening day due to technical issues, leaving queues of upset children.
Julian Assange is seen skateboarding in the Ecuadorian embassy in newly-released footage which reveals his deteriorating relations with staff in the building.
Millennial mayor Pete Buttigieg has formally launched a bid to become the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, after a rapid rise from obscure Midwestern politician to top-tier contender.
Social media sites including Facebook may be forced to turn off the "like" function for British children, thanks to proposed guidelines for online safety.
At least one person has died and 19 people are injured following a bus crash on the Isle of Wight.
Britain's competition watchdog is drawing up plans to exclude some major companies from a controversial new rule that would require many businesses to appoint joint auditors.
A man arrested after a car was driven at police outside the Ukrainian embassy in west London has been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
The leader of UKIP has defended an election candidate who said they "wouldn't even rape" Labour MP Jess Phillips.
Dame Joan Collins has thanked emergency services after a "terrifying" fire broke out in her London flat.
Twenty-six human skeletons dating back almost 3,000 years ago have been discovered in Oxfordshire.
Police have charged four men with modern slavery offences after 29 people were found in the back of a van.
A 13-year-old who died after being found unconscious in a park has been described as a "cheeky little boy" who was "bright and caring".
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp all experienced significant outages, with users worldwide reporting issues for at least about two hours.
Three people have died after a driver arrested on suspicion of drink driving collided with their vehicle while going the wrong way down a slip road in Peterborough.
Julian Assange's lawyer has accused Ecuador of making "outrageous" claims about his actions in their London embassy.
The Seychelles president has told Sky News "the time has come to save the oceans" as he called on world leaders to take "decisive action" to increase marine protection.
When Peckham BMX club first started, the youngsters who came to use it had to navigate around pools of stagnant water, filled with fridges and bed frames.
Britain's Lewis Hamilton has won the Chinese Grand Prix for a record sixth time.
Salisbury has been named the best place to live in the UK, just a year after a novichok poisoning attack hit the city.
Motorists are being warned they could get stuck in severe queues in the coming days as families hit the road ahead of the long Easter weekend.
She's known by her initials AOC and is one of the rising stars of the Democratic Party in the United States.
"Dear Sir" has been dropped by the Ministry of Justice's automated response to legal aid claimants following a complaint.
At least four people have reportedly been killed, including three children, in powerful storms that hit the southern United States, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall.
One man was killed and another one critically wounded in a drive-by shooting outside a Melbourne nightclub in Australia, police have said.
A large flightless bird has attacked and killed its owner in Florida after he fell over, according to local authorities.
Two horses and their riders were rescued by the Coastguard after getting stuck in mud on a Wirral beach.
West Ham are "disgusted" after a video of their fans chanting an antisemitic song on a Manchester tram was circulated online.
Teachers have reported some of their pupils "have not eaten for two days" as concerns over child poverty continue to rise, a survey has revealed.
A giant six-engine aircraft with the world's longest wingspan has carried out its first flight in California.
Labour says Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face rape and sexual assault allegations if requested by the country's authorities, but he should not be sent to the US.
The mother of a 13-year-old boy who died after being found unconscious in a park has begged police to find who sold her son drugs.
Protesters in Sudan have been promised the country will soon be led by a civilian government after the ousting of Omar al-Bashir.
Jill Dando's Crimewatch co-host says police had a "scattergun approach" and a "foolish view" that her murder was linked to the show.
Police opened fire on a vehicle outside the Ukrainian embassy in west London after the driver deliberately and repeatedly rammed into the official car of the country's UK ambassador.
Police stopped Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton from leaving Barnsley's stadium as they investigated an alleged assault.
Police have arrested a woman in connection with a fatal dog attack on a 10-year-old boy at a caravan park in Cornwall.
A Bosnian Serb leader has called the Srebrenica massacre - in which more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys were murdered - "a fabricated myth".
Former England international footballer and RAF navigator Ivor Broadis has died aged 96.
Free sanitary products will be given to girls in both primary and secondary education in Wales in a bid to tackle "period poverty".
The face of a dog that lived around 4,500 years ago has been reconstructed after a skull was found in an ancient burial mound.
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of belonging to a banned extremist organisation after arriving in the UK from Sri Lanka, police have said.
A Dutch fertility doctor used his own sperm to illegally father 49 children, DNA tests have shown.
Three men had to be rescued from a Scottish hillside after getting stranded at a popular hiking spot following a "night out on the town".
The British High Commissioner to India has said the UK regrets the massacre of hundreds of Indians by British troops in Amritsar 100 years ago.
A historian has worked out where William Shakespeare lived when he was working on some of his best loved plays.
A 15-year-old boy charged with stabbing his mother to death has been recaptured after escaping from a youth jail in California.
The leader of Sudan's transitional government is stepping down just a day after the country's military seized power.
The Met Office have said Britain can expect mild weather this weekend with temperatures reaching up to 13C (55F).
Facebook spent more than $22m (£19.4m) on Mark Zuckerberg's personal security in 2018 - more than double the amount spent the previous year, records have shown.
England rugby bosses have said they will talk to Billy Vunipola after the player defended a social media post by Australian star Israel Folau in which he said "hell awaits" gay people.
A gang who kidnapped and tortured a 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to more than 23 years in prison.
A British man who had been in Australia for less than 24 hours has been charged over an alleged violent assault near Sydney's Bondi Beach.
Former chancellor George Osborne has told Sky News that he is delighted that tax reliefs that he introduced led to Game of Thrones being produced in the UK.
Game Of Thrones stars have started to say their final goodbyes at the epic show’s season eight premiere – with a family reunion for the Starks on the red carpet.
Former Worcestershire cricketer Alex Hepburn has been found guilty of rape after attacking a sleeping woman.
Liverpool legend Tommy Smith has died aged 74 after a long battle with dementia.
The mastermind behind a £73m dark web site has been jailed for selling drugs online and hoarding hundreds of child sex abuse images that he wanted to sell for profit.
Thousands of motorcyclists have held a protest in London against the prosecution of a soldier who served in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
Stand-up comedian Ian Cognito has died after reportedly suffering a heart attack while performing on stage in Oxfordshire.
Halifax has been criticised for a rebrand concept that has more than a passing resemblance to its rivals.
Indian airline Jet Airways has cancelled all its international flights stranding thousands of passengers around the world.
A pregnancy club has been fined £400,000 for illegally sharing the personal information of more than 14 million people.
Nigel Farage has said he wants to shake up the British political system as he launched his Brexit Party in time to stand in the European elections.
Astronomers have invited the public to help decide the name of a planet in our solar system.
The former chancellor of the exchequer has criticised the Brexit negotiations saying Theresa May wasn't even in the room for the biggest decision of the week.
Kim Jong Un has been re-elected as North Korea's leader in a shakeup of the country's ruling personnel.
The ex-boyfriend of a "prodigiously talented" maths graduate has been jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years after admitting her murder.
Sir Philip Green's high street empire paid just $1 (76p) to buy back his private equity partner's 25% stake in Top Shop and Top Man, underlining the challenges facing the billionaire tycoon.
Theresa May has confirmed she plans to call another vote on her Brexit deal "soon" - but MPs have been granted an Easter recess so they can take time to "reflect on the issues".
Operational planning for a no-deal Brexit is being wound down by the government "with immediate effect", according to Sky sources.
The chancellor has defended spending billions of pounds preparing for a no-deal Brexit.
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake has struck near Indonesia's Sulawesi island, which was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami in September.
The Sudanese army that removed the country's president from power says it has no intention of staying in control.
Activists for political parties are hardy souls.
A mother who was held in Dubai over Facebook posts calling her ex-husband's wife a "horse" is back in Britain after being freed from "the most horrendous" ordeal.
Julian Assange's mother has demanded her son's release, condemning his "thuggish, brutal, unlawful" arrest.
Around 110 jobs will be lost as LK Bennett closes more than a third of its stores in the UK.
British citizens who go to live in terror hotspots could face up to 10 years in prison under a new law which comes into force today.
Thousands of EU children living in foster care in the UK should be given automatic British citizenship to avoid becoming the new Windrush generation, say a leading children's charity.
It had been hailed as the growth area for supermarkets but a survey has shown that online grocery shopping is losing its shine.
Sir Mick Jagger has shared the first picture of himself since undergoing heart surgery.
It's been a half decade of politics that no one could have predicted. I have had a front row seat, sometimes a backstage access all areas pass too.
A new study shows that a growing opioid crisis is being driven partly by the amount of strong painkillers being given, wrongly, to surgery patients.
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has had his detention extended as he awaits trial on financial misconduct charges.
The swinging 60s and laws that protected priests are to blame for the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandals, retired pope Benedict XVI has said.
Bonmarche has refused an offer from Philip Day's Spectre Holdings, saying it undervalues the business.
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet has crash-landed on the moon.
Three Chelsea fans have been turned away from a Europa League quarter-final after they allegedly sang a racist song about Mohamed Salah.
Uber has lost nearly $8bn (£6.1bn) during its 10 years of existence, according to documents released ahead of its debut on the stock market.
Police have unveiled a new device which can detect when motorists are using their mobile phones while driving.
Disney has revealed its new streaming service will feature 8,000 film and TV episodes as it unveiled details of the much-anticipated product at its California headquarters.
Rapper Stormzy has pulled out of his appearance at an Austrian music festival, after accusing organisers of racial profiling - just hours before he was due to step on stage.
Schoolchildren as young as seven were among the growing number of upskirting victims last year, police figures have shown.
UK travel stocks greeted the delay to Brexit positively on Thursday, as the deadline to leave the European Union was pushed back until after the crucial summer period.
A judge branded Julian Assange a "narcissist" as he was found guilty of breaching his bail conditions - hours after he was forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian embassy in London following seven years of refuge.
A baby boy is in a critical condition in hospital after he was attacked by a dog.
Thousands of children are attending suspected illegal schools in "appalling" conditions with exposed wiring, rat traps and open sewers, according to the inspections body.
One person has been killed after a microlight aircraft crashed at the Royal Birkdale Golf Course in Merseyside, police say.