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COVID-19: Getting vaccinated is 'your civic duty' says Tony Blair
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says people who haven't had a COVID vaccine are affecting others and that it's 'part of your civic duty' to have it.
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Household banks invest billions in firms involved in deforestation, report claims
Household banks and asset managers have invested tens of billions of pounds financing businesses involved with deforestation, according to a new report.
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Sky News Breakfast: Minister says the NHS is 'coping'
On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley: - Health Minister Edward Argar tells Kay that the health service is under pressure, but is handling it; - COVID cases surge in schools and - new hope for a
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UK-New Zealand trade deal agreed, slashing tariffs on a range of goods
A trade deal has been agreed 'in principle' between the UK and New Zealand with tariffs on many items slashed.
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Press Preview: A first look at Thursday morning's front pages
Anna Botting takes a first look at Thursday's newspapers - with the Associate Editor of the Daily Mirror and the Daily Telegraph, Kevin Maguire and Camilla Tominey.
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13 hours 2:30
Queen takes medical advice and pulls out of Northern Ireland trip
The Queen has cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland in order to rest on medical advice, Buckingham Palace has said.
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13 hours 4:15
Ethiopia conflict: UN 'deeply concerned' about raging war
The Ethiopian government has launched airstrikes on residential areas in Tigray for the second time this week, as the war against the Tigray People's Liberation Front continues to rage in the north
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13 hours 2:51
Students 'spiked by injection' at night clubs
More than 20 young women have told Sky News about their experiences of being 'spiked by injection' on a night out.
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15 hours 2:51
How can cities be part of the climate solution?
London's Mayor Sadiq Khan wants the city to be net zero by 2030.
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15 hours 4:57
Is the UK a role model on net zero?
The government has set out its net zero strategy, which includes a move towards ending the sale of new petrol and diesel cars. So, is the strategy a good example to the world?
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15 hours 2:16
Terror risk to MPs now deemed 'substantial', says Home Secretary
Home Secretary Priti Patel has told MPs that the threat level for members of Parliament has been raised to substantial, following the killing of Sir David Amess.
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16 hours 3:44
Shadow Minister says the government is being 'complacent'
Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth says that the government's approach to vaccination is 'stalling' from where it needs to be.
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16 hours 26:24
Russia's Putin will not attend COP26
On the Daily Climate Show, Russia's President Vladimir Putin joins a list of world leaders not going to COP26 in November.
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16 hours 7:05
COVID-19: The UK could have the first coronavirus antivirals
Health Secretary Sajid Javid says the UK could be the first country to have access to coronavirus antivirals if they pass trials and are approved.
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16 hours 3:10
Professor Stephen Powis: 'COVID-19 is still here'
The National Medical Director for NHS England, Professor Stephen Powis says the NHS is under considerable pressure because 'COVID-19 is still here' and the public need to act cautiously if we want
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Watch live: Sajid Javid holds a news conference
Watch live: Health Secretary Sajid Javid holds a news conference as the government faces pressure to enact its COVID "Plan B" Follow live here: trib.al/R40qFhC SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube
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17 hours 2:42
COVID-19: Health Secretary Sajid Javid outlines the country's next steps
Health Secretary Sajid Javid outlines the path that the government has planned for vaccination and protection against variants.
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18 hours 2:25
COVID-19: Health Secretary says 'Plan B' of restrictions won't be introduced
The Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said that the government will not implement 'Plan B' measures despite rising cases of COVID-19.
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22 hours 56:59
Watch PMQs live
Watch live: Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces PMQs as chief executive of the NHS Confederation Matthew Taylor warns that the UK's coronavirus epidemic is "inevitably going to get worse".
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22 hours 12:09
PMQs: PM to bring forward second reading of Online Safety Bill
During Prime Minster's Questions, Boris Johnson said the Government will bring forward the second reading of the Online Safety Bill by the end of this year.
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1 day 6:16
Queen cancels trip to Northern Ireland 'on medical advice'
Buckingham Palace has announced that the Queen has "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days" and will not be travelling on a planned trip to Northern Ireland.
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1 day 1:02
Newcastle United sack Steve Bruce
Newcastle United's new Saudi owners have sacked head coach Steve Bruce, 13 days after the club's £305m takeover.
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1 day 3:04
Does the government's net zero strategy go far enough?
As the government unveils its new climate strategy, there are questions over how it will be funded and whether it goes far enough.
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1 day 4:05
Nobel Peace Prize: Journalist becomes first Filipino to win award
Journalist Maria Ressa talks to Sky News about winning the Nobel Peace Prize and the challenges of trying to report in the Philippines, with constant threats of imprisonment from the Government.
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'The health service is facing a perfect storm', says NHS chief
Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation Matthew Taylor says that if the government doesn't act now, the country faces another winter COVID crisis.
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Minister rules out another COVID lockdown
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has told Sky News the prospect of another lockdown this winter is not on the table.
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Sky News Breakfast: NHS leaders call for COVID restrictions
On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley: - NHS leaders call for the reintroduction of some COVID restrictions, but - Minister Kwasi Kwarteng says there's no move to 'Plan B' and there won't be a
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Press Preview: A first look at Wednesday's morning headlines
Anna Botting reviews Wednesday's front pages, with the editor of the Sheffield Star, Nancy Fielder and the author and historian Peter Frankopan.
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1 day 1:42
Emotional scenes as Myanmar releases political prisoners
Myanmar has released hundreds of prisoners who took part in anti-junta protests this year against the country's military coup.
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COVID-19: Why are cases rising in the UK?
Sky's Thomas Moore looks at why COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the UK and among which age groups.
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