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Brexit march: '700,000' protesters walk through London

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators turned out for the People's Vote march in London, demanding a final say on any Brexit deal between the UK and the EU.

Lewis Hamilton: Spoilt brat or national treasure?

Almost a decade ago, I went to McLaren's swanky headquarters in Surrey to interview Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, newly joined together as Formula One teammates.

Farage 'happy to have another referendum in 20 years'

Brexit supporters have reiterated their "Leave Means Leave" message at a counter-rally to the "People's Vote" march in central London.

Jose Mourinho in scuffle on return to Stamford Bridge

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was involved in ugly scenes at the end of his return to Stamford Bridge.

Westminster paedophile accuser appears in court charged with lying to police

A man whose allegations sparked an investigation into an alleged Westminster paedophile ring has appeared in court charged with lying to police and fraudulently receiving £22,000 in compensation.

Remain v Leave: Scale of Facebook ad war revealed

Anti-Brexit groups are running at least twice as many adverts as major Leave campaigns on Facebook - and possibly up to 59 times more, Sky News can reveal.

Hamleys reaches endgame under ownership of China's C.banner

The Chinese owner of Hamleys, the world's most famous toy retailer,‎ has begun exploring a sale of the company just days after reporting multimillion-pound losses.

Feline daft? Big cat on the loose 'is not a panther'

A black panther on the loose in Scotland may just be a pet cat on the prowl.

As royals visit Australia, calls for a republic return

Australia's prime minister has said he has no plans to hold a referendum on the country becoming a republic, and that he still supports the country's links with the British monarchy.

Fake news inquiry MPs' targeted by 'sophisticated' campaign

Members of the parliamentary inquiry into fake news have been targeted by an anonymous group which may have spent £250,000 spreading pro-Brexit messages on Facebook.

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