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Thomas Markle says he is being ghosted by 'controlling' daughter Meghan
Thomas Markle has said he is being "shunned and ghosted" by his daughter Meghan during a TV interview.
Russia's state-of-the-art robot exposed as man in costume
Footage of an artificial intelligence robot that Russian state television used as an example of the country's technological prowess has been exposed as a man wearing a robot suit.
Janbaz Tarin jailed for life for murdering ex-wife and her mother after secret life exposed
A 21-year-old man has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 32 years for murdering his wife and her mother after she discovered his secret second family in Afghanistan.
'Record levels' of pre-Christmas discounting to attract shoppers
A catalogue of pressures for retailers mean shoppers are benefiting from record levels of pre-Christmas discounting, according to a report.
Man Utd draw PSG in Champions League, Liverpool to face Bayern Munich
Manchester United have drawn Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Liverpool will face Bayern Munich and Tottenham will take on Borussia Dortmund.
Sky Data poll: 53% of British public want second EU referendum
Most of the British public want a second EU referendum, according to a Sky Data poll.
Jacob Rees-Mogg says Theresa May has his 'confidence' after winning vote of Tory MPs
Jacob Rees-Mogg has told Theresa May that she has regained his backing after winning the confidence of Conservative MPs last week.
Russia using 'hardcore propaganda' against UK, warns top diplomat
Latvia has raised concerns with Britain over what one diplomat described as "hardcore propaganda" against the UK and its allies aired by two Russian-language television channels that are registered in London.
ASOS becomes latest retailer to warn on Christmas sales
Retail shares are taking a pounding after ASOS issued a profit warning on the back of a "significant deterioration" in sales growth.
FA chooses not to appeal Jose Mourinho swearing charge verdict after Man Utd vs Newcastle
The Football Association has confirmed it will not further appeal the Independent Regulatory Commission's decision to dismiss the swearing charge against Jose Mourinho following Manchester United's win over Newcastle.
Whyte vs Chisora 2: Anthony Joshua backs Derek Chisora to 'whup' Dillian Whyte
Anthony Joshua believes his "enemy" Dillian Whyte will lose to Derek Chisora in this weekend's heavyweight rematch.
Germany to pay Kindertransport refugees £2,245 compensation
Germany has agreed to pay survivors who fled Nazi Germany as children €2,500 (£2,245) each, negotiators fighting for compensation have said.
New government flexible worker safeguards mean little will change, unions claim
Unions and Labour have rounded on government plans to establish a right to clarity on workers' rights in the so-called gig economy, saying they do not go far enough.
Is the public falling out of love with Meghan over rumours of tantrums?
It's all anyone wants to talk to me about, Meghan and those rumours.
Vladimir Putin says Russia must control 'degrading' rap music
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he wants to control the popularity of rap music so that it does not lead to "the degradation of the nation".
Saudi Arabia condemns US 'interference' over Khashoggi death
Saudi Arabia has rejected the US Senate's conclusion that its crown prince was responsible for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
'Big Six' energy merger called off ahead of price cap
A planned merger between two of Britain's "big six" energy firms has been called off because of "challenging market conditions".