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Brandon Lewis: May is the "perfect" person to lead Brexit talks
Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis says Theresa May has shown that she can get the "right" Brexit deal for the UK and argues she is the "perfect" person to lead the exit negotiations. SUBSCRIBE...
Watchdog warning over 4G blackspots
The communications watchdog is warning that rural populations are being left behind because vast swathes of the countryside are 4G blackspots.
Swipe | Hotels of the future & Mumsnet's founder
Hotels are getting smarter. Reporter Kit Bradshaw checks into one where the concierge is a chatbot and the staff use earbuds to translate your requests into 27 languages. Meanwhile, as Mumsnet...
The Take: Why does Iran hate the UK?
Sky Dominic Waghorn has a look at the treacherous relationship between Iran and the UK. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter:...
The Chair of the N. Ireland Affairs Select Committee on Bombardier
MPs on the Northern Ireland Affairs Select Committee have accused Boeing of acting 'spitefully' and seeking to 'punish' Bombardier in a trade dispute, which threatens hundreds of jobs in Belfast....
MS-13: Violent gang targeting US suburbia
Long Island is home to some of the most expensive real estate in America. It is also a stronghold for one of the world's most dangerous gangs. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos:...
Hotspots: episode one - Raqqa, Atlanta, Bangladesh and Caracas
Our correspondents risk it all so that no story goes unseen Our new series #Hotspots shows you what it takes to cover the world's most important stories SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for...
Grenfell Tower public inquiry - procedural hearing - day two
Day two of a procedural hearing, as part of the first stage of the Grenfell Tower public inquiry. It will provide information about its intended time-frame and structure. Many of the bereaved...
Sky News Library Sales - A Year In Pictures 2017
A compilation of 2017's top news stories. For more details contact email@example.com SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter:...
Syria's forgotten children: Two in a million
Our senior correspondent Lisa Holland has met two child refugees in Greece in need of specialist medical help. She's followed their families attempts to get them the treatment they need -...
One of the 'Chennai Six' on his time in prison
Nick Dunn, a former British soldier held in an Indian jail for four years, speaks to Kay Burley about his time in prison and what it's like to be free SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for...
Grenfell Tower public inquiry - procedural hearing - day one
The first stage of the Grenfell Tower public inquiry begins today with a Procedural Hearing. It will provide information about its intended time-frame and structure. Many of the bereaved families...
Trump "lit the matches in a tinderbox" over Jerusalem
President Trump has "lit the matches in a tinderbox" with his Jerusalem decision, says Shami Chakrabarti.
Peter Bone: Britain shouldn't pay £39bn Brexit bill
Tory Brexiteer Peter Bone says he expects there will be no proper trade deal and the UK should be ready to say "we're going to come out... we're not going to give you that £39bn and we're...
James Brokenshire: Two proposals to secure a frictionless border
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire says he "doesn't accept" that the Good Friday Agreement is preventing the UK from getting the Brexit it voted for.
May and Juncker on Brexit negotiations
The UK and the EU have reached a draft agreement on the first phase of Brexit talks after a long night of talks. Prime Minister Theresa May and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude...
Economist Linda Yueh says IMF's warning on China's level of debt "should be heeded"
As the International Monetary Fund issues a warning about China's level of debt, Economist Linda Yueh explains to Sky's Ian King why this particular warning "should be heeded" SUBSCRIBE to...
Swipe | Fnatic eSports & pelvic floor training
We meet Sam Mathews, the entrepreneur behind one of the most recognised eSports teams in the world - Fnatic. Reporter Chris Creegan picks his brains about everything from putting the team...
Sky's Ian King explores what companies do with surplus stock
What do companies do with the stock they can't sell? It can sit in an unwanted warehouse if it's not perishable, or it can be sold to a discount retailer. In the worst case scenario it ends...
Liberty House Exec Chairman says firm "sees plenty of opportunities" ahead of Brexit
Executive Chairman and Founder of Liberty House group Sanjeev Gupta tells Sky's Ian King he sees "plenty of opportunities" ahead of Brexit but Britain's skills base needs to be invested in....
Analyst says GVC's potential takeover of Ladbrokes would help firm diversify
Senior market analyst at ETX capital tells Sky's Ian King GVC's potential takeover of Ladbrokes Coral would help the firm diversify its products. High street bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral reopened...
Special report: The Jihadis of Manchester
An Islamic State sniper, who spent two years fighting in the Middle East, has been found guilty of terror charges. Mohammed Abdallah was arrested at Heathrow airport in September 2016 after...
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR BRITAIN'S SHOPPING CENTRES
Hammerson own some of the UK's best-known shopping malls, including London's Brent Cross and the Birmingham Bullring. And they have been doing some shopping of their own -- they've just launched...
CBI WARN BREXIT UNCERTAINTY WILL COST JOBS
President of the CBI Paul Drechsler warns that "Brexit uncertainty looms over almost every aspect of doing business in the UK. Every day, companies are having to plan for worst while hoping...
Lamborghini speaks to Sky News about 'world's first super SUV'
Sky News Economics Editor Ed Conway speaks to Lamborghini's Chief Executive Stefano Domenicali about the launch of what the company says is the world's first 'super SUV.' SUBSCRIBE to our...
Former trade negotiator says EU jargon is diplomatic "dancing on the point of a pin"
Former UK government trade negotiator tells Sky's Economics Editor Ed Conway that terms applied by EU negotiators to the Irish border problem such as "regulatory alignment and divergence,"...
Interview: The man behind Obama's iconic photographs
Pete Souza was the Chief Official White House photographer during the Obama administration, and his new book is a very intimate portrait of life behind the scenes during the Obama presidency....
British and Irish business communities stay optimistic on Brexit deal
Edwin Morgan, Director of Policy at the Institute of Directors, the Director General of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, John McGrane, speak to Ian King. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel...
Brexit deal 'at any cost' isn't worth it, says Tim Martin
Tim Martin, the founder & chairman of the JD Wetherspoon pub chain and prominent Brexiteer, speaks to Ian King. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews...
What more should the government be doing to boost STEM subjects?
Edwina Dunn, co-founder of the business that created the Tesco Clubcard, is Chair of the Your Life campaign. She's set to publish a new report this week on closing the STEM skills gap. SUBSCRIBE...
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