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Royal Navy weighing up Home Office request for support as dozens more migrants intercepted
Royal Navy chiefs are considering a formal request for support to deal with migrants attempting to cross the Channel in small boats, amid a rise in incidents.
'I was not safe in France': Asylum seeker explains perilous trip across Channel
An asylum seeker says he risked a perilous trip across the English Channel in a small, overcrowded boat because he did not feel safe in France.
Police called to stabbing on Oxford Street in central London
Police were called to Oxford Street in central London after a person was stabbed in the world famous shopping district.
Sideman quits BBC over use of racist term in news report
A BBC radio DJ has quit after the corporation used a racist slur in a news report, which he said felt like "a slap in the face to our community".
Man paralysed after being tasered by police 'traumatised' by ordeal
A 24-year-old black man who was left paralysed after being tasered by police as he jumped over a wall has told Sky News he has been left "traumatised" by the ordeal.
Coronavirus: People adapting to new restrictions in Preston
In the first 24 hours of tighter restrictions in Preston it seemed most people, but not all, were buying into the council's new public health campaign.
Belfast: Police attacked with petrol bombs during bonfire removal as 26 officers injured
At least 26 police officers have been injured after being attacked by "large groups of youths" throwing petrol bombs and other missiles in Belfast.
Coronavirus: Public urged to avoid packed beaches again as UK heatwave continues
Thousands of people have once again flocked to the UK's beaches to enjoy scorching temperatures, amid further appeals to the public to avoid some of them due to coronavirus concerns.
Coronavirus: Young people warned 'don't kill granny' as lockdown measures reimposed in Preston
Young people in Preston have been warned "don't kill granny" by the city's council as local lockdown measures were enforced following a spike in coronavirus cases.
'Major incident' declared as Surrey wildfire forces 120 people to leave homes
A "major incident" has been declared as firefighters continue to tackle a huge wildfire in Surrey, which has forced 120 people to leave their homes.