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‘Long way’ to go for Oxfam to restore public trust in wake of scandal

Oxfam has a "long way" to go to restore public trust in the wake of the sex scandal engulfing the charity, Number 10 says. The comments from Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman come after the...

Theresa May to announce review into university tuition fees and education funding

The Prime Minister is set to admit students in England face one of the "most expensive systems of university tuition in the world" as she announces a wide-ranging review of funding for further and...

Mount Sinabung: Massive volcanic eruption ‘turned day into night’

A major volcanic eruption in Indonesia has propelled ash and rock more than 5,000m (16,400ft) into the sky. Hot ash clouds rushed down the sides of Mount Sinabung in the aftermath of the eruption on...

KFC closures as chain runs out of chicken

KFC has had to shut hundreds of UK restaurants across the country after "teething problems" with a new delivery contractor meant it ran out of chicken. The fast food chain said it was working flat...

Paedophile victim: How I fell into Matthew Falder’s trap

One of the 46 victims of "warped and sadistic" paedophile Matthew Falder has spoken of her "shame" at how 'Liz' - the name Falder used to masquerade on a marketplace website - snared her online. I...

Donald Trump backtracks over background checks for gun owners

Donald Trump has signalled his support for efforts to make it harder for criminals to buy firearms. In an apparent U-turn following last week's mass shooting at a school in Florida, the President has said...

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. Although security researchers have long suspected that the Russian state had the means and...

War in Afghanistan: Threat of attacks ‘worse than ever’

The commander of Kabul's elite police unit has told Sky News the threat of attacks in the Afghan capital is worse than ever, despite security of the city being a key plank of the...

May says abolishing tuition fees not the answer as review into post-18 education launched

Theresa May hit out at Labour's pledge to abolish university tuition fees as she unveiled a wide-ranging review of post-18 education. The Prime Minister said such a move would push up taxes, leave universities competing...

Woman arrested over angry note on ambulance

A woman has been arrested in connection with an angry note telling an ambulance driver to "move your van". The handwritten message was left on an ambulance in Tunstall, Staffordshire, while paramedics attended a 999...

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