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New laws to tackle internet's 'wild west' to be drawn up, says Culture Secretary
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has pledged new laws to tackle the internet's "wild west" that will make Britain the "safest place in the world" to be online.
'Hero' pilot lands plane in China after co-pilot sucked through broken windshield
A pilot who made an emergency landing after his co-pilot was partially sucked through their broken cockpit window has been hailed a hero.
Unai Emery to be appointed Arsenal manager this week
Arsenal will appoint former Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery as manager this week, Sky Sports News understands.
Laurel or Yanny? Audio has internet in a spin
It's the biggest social media debate since "the dress": is a robot voice saying "Laurel" or "Yanny"?
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone resigns from Labour Party
Ken Livingstone has quit Labour after admitting an anti-Semitism row over his comments about Hitler is a "distraction" - but then immediately left open the prospect of reapplying to join the party in the future.
Oprah Winfrey and Meryl Streep putting world leaders 'on notice' over gender equality
Oprah Winfrey, Meryl Streep and Chadwick Boseman are among several stars putting world leaders "on notice", demanding gender equality across the globe.
US warns Iran will face 'strongest sanctions in history' if it doesn't change course
Iran will face the "strongest sanctions in history" if it doesn't change course, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned.
Alvaro Morata left out of Spain squad for World Cup
Alvaro Morata has missed out on a place in Spain's squad for the World Cup in Russia, with Cesc Fabregas, Marcos Alonso, Ander Herrera and Hector Bellerin also omitted by Julen Lopetegui.
AI to be 'new weapon' in cancer fight, Theresa May will say
Theresa May has unveiled plans to use artificial intelligence to help prevent 22,000 cancer deaths a year by 2033.
Tribute to stillborn baby as Grenfell Tower fire inquiry opens
Relatives of those who died in the Grenfell Tower blaze have described their heartbreak during the first day of the inquiry into the catastrophe.
'Shock' as Aer Lingus plane flies between police helicopter and Windsor crowds
Police scanning the crowds in a helicopter above the royal wedding got quite a fright when a plane flew directly beneath them.
WATCH: Andrea Pirlo testimonial live on Sky Sports
Watch as Andrea Pirlo takes to the field for the final time before retirement as he is joined by a host of stars for his testimonial match.
NASA's planet-hunting TESS spacecraft swings by moon, takes picture of 200,000 stars
NASA's new planet-hunting spacecraft has successfully completed a flyby around the moon - snapping a photograph revealing more than 200,000 stars along the way.
Stopping boy's treatment with medicinal cannabis 'could kill him'
A 12-year-old boy, given a UK-first prescription last year for medicinal cannabis oil which has helped with his epilepsy, may not be able to get another prescription in this country.
MPs' scathing report says UK is 'turning blind eye' to Putin's 'dirty money'
Russian leader Vladimir Putin and his allies are continuing to use London as a base for their "corrupt assets", according to a foreign affairs committee report.