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Finsbury Park attack anniversary: Sadiq Khan says terrorists 'will never succeed'
London Mayor Saidq Khan has told terrorists "you will never succeed" on the one year anniversary of the Finsbury Park attack.
Exclusive ride on first self-driving motorbike
Sky News has been given an exclusive ride on the first self-driving motorbike.
Theresa May confirms tax will rise to fund NHS - but delays detail until autumn
Taxpayers will have to pay more to help fund a £20bn boost to the NHS, Theresa May has confirmed.
Concerns about potentially 'monopolistic' Google access to NHS patient data
DeepMind's collection of NHS patients' data has prompted an independent panel to call for the company to address concerns about how it might monetise this access in the future.
Devastated children's cries recorded at US migrant border camp
The desperation and suffering of young migrant children separated from their parents at the US border appear to have been captured in an audio recording.
Heavy Lords defeat for government sets up Brexit showdown
The government has again been defeated in the Lords over giving MPs a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal.
Virgin Money agrees £1.7bn takeover by CYBG
Virgin Money has agreed to be taken over by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group (CYBG) in a deal worth £1.7bn that could result in 1,500 job losses.
Kim Jong Un begins two-day visit to China following denuclearisation summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is beginning a two-day visit to China, following his summit with Donald Trump in Singapore last week.
Will Trump push on despite the backlash to family separations?
Donald Trump has had it in mind for some time.
The big test facing the enlarged Virgin Money
The chief executives of three of Britain's leading challenger banks - Paul Pester of TSB, Craig Donaldson of Metro Bank and David Duffy of CYBG - like to get together over dinner every so often to compare notes on what it is like locking horns in competition with the big five lenders.
World Cup 2018: Mexico fans may have caused earthquake celebrating win over Germany
Mexico football fans are believed to have caused a minor earthquake as they celebrated their team's shock win over Germany at the World Cup.
Water firms 'let people down' during Beast from the East
Water companies are in the dock over their handling of supply disruptions during the so-called "Beast from the East" cold snaps in February and March.