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Arrest after bowling alley staff taken hostage in Nuneaton
A man has been arrested after two members of staff were held hostage at gunpoint at a bowling alley in Warwickshire.
Gunman at bowling alley told 'screaming' customers 'game over'
A man who entered a bowling alley armed with a shotgun held the weapon above his head and shouted "game over" before taking two male staff members hostage.
Bermuda Park incident: Mum tells how she 'popped daughters under table'
A mother has told Sky News how she tried to keep her two young daughters safe by "popping them under the table".
Residents speak of horror after baby falls from sixth floor of Bradford flats
Residents have spoken of their horror after a baby fell from the sixth floor of their block of flats.
Minister calls for 'almost every' British Islamic State fighter to be killed
The only way to deal with British Islamic State fighters is to kill them in almost every case, a minister has said.
Passenger's letter from doomed Titanic sells for record £126,000
One of the last-known letters written on board the Titanic has sold at auction for a record-breaking £126,000.
Housing crisis shake-up could be planned for Autumn Budget, Javid hints
A minister has called for more borrowing to solve the UK's housing crisis, in a hint at measures in next month's Budget.
Gazumping could be banned by Govt to cut 'stress' of buying a house
Gazumping could be banned as part of Government plans to make buying and selling a home "cheaper, faster and less stressful".
Prison officers say £3m investment in security 'no replacement for staff'
The Prison Officers Association has told Sky News equipment is "no replacement for staff," as the Government unveils a £3m investment in new technology to protect prison guards.
Liam Fox: Emmanuel Macron 'completely wrong' to call 'no deal' a bluff
A senior government minister has slammed the French President for suggesting Britain is "bluffing" about a "no deal" Brexit.