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French trawler deliberately RAMS Brit boat as ‘invasion’ turns nasty off Jersey
A 35ft French trawler deliberately rams into a British boat as the fishing "war" turns nasty in Jersey.
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Heavy snow blankets parts of UK in -6C freeze before heatwave sweeps country in severe weather
HEAVY snow is set to blanket parts of the UK on Thursday in a -6C freeze while southern Brits bask in sunshine.
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Why the Jersey fishing row with France suits Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron and the EU | Analysis
Tensions have quickly escalated in a row over post-Brexit fishing rights but the situation could actually be doing Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron a favour.
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Keir Starmer casts his vote with his wife Victoria in Kentish Town | Local Elections 2021
Sir Keir Starmer has voted at a polling station inside a community support centre in north London.
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Bank of England forecasts biggest economic bounce-back since World War II
The Governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, has told Sky News the UK economy will experience its strongest growth since World War II, as COVID lockdown restrictions are lifted.
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The UK Reacts To 'Unacceptable' French Threats To Cut Off Jersey's Power Supply | GMB
The UK and Jersey have hit out at France for making "disproportionate" threats after Paris warned it could cut off electricity to the island in a row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
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Science Museum faces a boycott over Shell sponsorship
London's Science Museum is being criticised after it was revealed that the sponsor for their new climate exhibition is oil giant Shell.
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Analysis: Origins of the Jersey fishing dispute
Sky's Alistair Bunkall takes a closer look at why the Jersey fishing dispute flared up in the first place and how it relates to the new trade agreement between the UK and the EU for fishing right
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Crowds flock to Indian vaccination centre as coronavirus infections break new record
A large group of people gathered outside a vaccination centre in the Indian village of Palakoderu as Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc across the country.
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Donald Trump & GOP allies SLAM Facebook ban oversight decision
Facebook Inc's independent oversight board on Wednesday upheld the company's suspension of former US President Donald Trump, drawing criticism from Trump himself and his political allies.
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Royal Navy gunships lurk off Jersey as over 100 French ships protest fishing rights
Angry French fishermen set off flares as dozens of boats began steaming in just after 6am as the huge row over post-Brexit fishing rights intensifies.
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Watch the British & Irish Lions squad announcement for 2021 South Africa tour
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has named the 37-man squad for the 2021 tour to South Africa. The squad was revealed by Lions chairman Jason Leonard.
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LIVE | Arsenal fans protest outside Emirates demanding Kroenke resign
LIVE | Arsenal fans protest outside the Emirates Stadium demanding the resignation of club owner Stan Kroenke.
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Jersey Dispute: Royal Navy ships arrive to counter French fishing blockade
France has threatened to cut off Jersey's electricity, as it says fishing licences are being granted with conditions not agreed.
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Vote 2021: Which parts of UK are taking part in 'Super Thursday'?
The polls have opened for the biggest set of votes outside a general election in almost 50 years.
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Boris Johnson casts vote alongside fiancée Carrie Symonds | Local Elections 2021
Boris Johnson has cast his vote at Methodist Central Hall in London. The Prime Minister arrived at the polling station at just before 8am, arm-in-arm with fiancée Carrie Symonds.
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Campaigners calling for loosening of medical cannabis restrictions
Campaigners are calling for a loosening of medical cannabis restrictions! But will their plans go up in smoke? RT UK's Martyn Andrews explores the medical cannabis industry.
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Teflon Boris? | Moats Ep 98
The successful roll out of the vaccine gave Johnson a boost in the polls but there’s evidence in the latest ones that the allegations of corruption over the Downing Street refurb are having an
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Prince William reveals Kate Middleton is encouraging him to do more gardening | 5 News
► Have you subscribed to 5 News?: bit.ly/5NewsSub ► The Duke of Cambridge has revealed his wife is encouraging his interest in gardening – so he can share the Prince of Wales’s passion for
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Jersey Dispute: French electricity threat a 'last resort'
EU Fisheries Committee member Stephanie Yon-Courtin MEP tells Sky News that 'unilateral conditions' caught French fishermen by surprise.
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Hospitality hit with bad weather, no-shows, cancellations since reopening
Hospitality, still reeling from the pandemic has had SOME respite with this round of reopenings... But bad weather, no-shows and cancellations are making an already tough situation tougher.
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'We're not happy': On board a French fishing boat off Jersey coast amid row over fishing rights
As tensions off the Jersey coast intensify, The Telegraph's France Correspondent, Henry Samuel, went on board one of the French boats taking part in the protests.
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Jersey blockade: Navy ships sent out as French fishing boats protest off St Helier
Dozens of French boats are blockading Jersey's capital of St Helier, while Royal Navy gunboats arrived this morning, as a row over post-Brexit fishing rights escalates.
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'Gov't must admit kids get sick from Covid' | Mother of child with long Covid on son's suffering
"The government have got to admit that children do get sick from this virus." Heidi Bohrn explains how her child is sick with long Covid and how the government need to take notice of this otherwise
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Duchess of Cambridge speaks to 4-year-old leukaemia patient who featured in photography project
The Duchess of Cambridge has chatted with a youngster whose heart-breaking separation from her father during lockdown became a symbol of the importance of isolation during the pandemic.
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Nuns stop for picture as they cast election vote
Sisters from Carmelite Monastery stopped for a photograph before casting their vote. bit.ly/33l1VGv
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COVID-19: Putting pandemic precautions to the test
How much cleaning, wiping and disinfecting is necessary to stop the transfer of COVID-19 and how much is so-called 'hygiene theatre'? Sky's Adam Boulton has been finding out.
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Jordan Peterson: Democratic Socialism HAS Brought Benefits, Inequality NOT Caused by Capitalism!
FULL INTERVIEW WITH JORDAN PETERSON: youtu.be/jffDMtIEhPo In this clip, Jordan Peterson discusses why he disagrees with the class warfare approach of communists, the important role the left
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Monetary Policy Report Press Conference, May 2021
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‘Autism diagnosis let me remove the mask and be myself’
For years Francesca Baird felt different from everyone else, but couldn’t understand why. When she was finally diagnosed with autism at the age of 32, it felt like a weight had lifted.
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