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Uber in UK safety drive as it battles to secure future
Uber has moved to bolster its image through a series of measures to "enhance" passenger safety in the UK.
Roger Federer wins Rotterdam Open two days after becoming world No 1
Roger Federer celebrated the regaining of his world No 1 ranking by winning the Rotterdam Open on Sunday.
Naming Russia as a perpetrator offers cybersecurity its #MeToo moment
Russia's alleged interference in the US presidential election and cyberattacks against Ukraine were unprecedented, but precedent is rapidly being established.
Netanyahu holds up drone piece and warns Iran: 'Do not test Israel'
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has issued a warning to Iran over the actions of its "proxies" in Syria.
Russia 'laughing their asses off' at US, Donald Trump says
Donald Trump has said Russia is "laughing their asses off" at what he claims is the "discord, disruption and chaos" gripping the US.
Katie Taylor and Daniel Jacobs on New York bill on April 28, live on Sky Sports
Katie Taylor and Daniel Jacobs will both fight on a busy New York bill on April 28, live on Sky Sports.
Internal Oxfam report found suspects threatened Haiti abuse witnesses
A newly released internal report into alleged abuse by Oxfam aid workers in Haiti has revealed that three of the suspects physically threatened or intimidated a witness.
Thirteen Russians and 'troll factory' charged with US election interference
Charges have been filed against 13 employees of a Russian troll factory which is accused of attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.
'All aspects' of university funding to be looked at in higher education review
A long-awaited review into higher education funding will look at "all aspects" of the system, the universities minister has told Sky News.
Ireland enjoying strong technology investment
Investment in Irish technology companies had its second strongest performance in more than a decade last year - as the presence of multi-national companies continues to transform the capital.
BAFTA Awards go black for Time's Up and #MeToo
On the night Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri cleaned up at the 71st British Academy Film Awards, the red carpet played host to a parade of stars wearing black.
Whither, ousted UKIP leader Henry Bolton?
Henry Bolton became leader 142 days ago. And for 142 days in the sun, he has lost, more or less everything.
Bart Whitaker: Father's plea to save son who plotted own family's murder
The father of a man who arranged the murders of his mother and younger brother is pleading with authorities in Texas not to execute him.
Don't waste your time running again, ousted UKIP leader Henry Bolton told
UKIP's interim leader has told his ousted predecessor not to "waste his time" by running for the job again, as the party prepares itself for yet another leadership contest.
Pep Guardiola reveals he almost joined Wigan as a player
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he almost joined Wigan during his playing days, only to be deemed not good enough.
England call up Craig Overton to replace Liam Plunkett in New Zealand
England have called up Craig Overton to replace the injured Liam Plunkett for the one-day international series against New Zealand.
City watchdog hands full report on RBS turnaround unit to MPs
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has handed MPs the full version of its report into the treatment of customers placed in RBS' controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG).
'Rising prices' hit January retail sales - ONS
Retail sales barely rose in January as consumers tightened their belts after Christmas - splashing out on gym wear at the expense of food.