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Teenager stabbed to death in Slough skate park after argument
A 15-year-old boy has been fatally stabbed in a skate park, police have said.
Thomas Cook to meet creditors in final bid for £1bn rescue
Thomas Cook Group will meet its biggest shareholder and creditors this morning in a final attempt to piece together a rescue deal before the 178-year-old company collapses into insolvency.
Thomas Cook: Stranger pays for sick customer to fly home amid operator crisis
A stranger has paid for a British woman on holiday in Majorca to fly home after hearing she would run out of heart medication if her return flight with Thomas Cook was cancelled amid the operator's financial strife.
Corbyn wants deputy role split after failed bid to oust Watson
Jeremy Corbyn has said he would like to divide the role of Labour deputy leader in two and remove some of the power his number two yields.
Extinction Rebellion: 91-year-old climate protester arrested near port of Dover
A 91-year-old man is among 10 people who have been arrested while taking part in a protest with climate activists Extinction Rebellion.
Labour announces plan to scrap prescription charges in England
Labour has promised to scrap prescription charges in England if it wins power.
Arnhem: Veteran, 97, completes parachute jump to mark 75th anniversary memorial
A 97-year-old Second World War veteran who parachuted over the Dutch city where he was captured 75 years ago has been congratulated by Prince Charles.
Wales sees 25C temperatures as UK enjoys late summer sunshine
People in Wales enjoyed the best temperatures in the UK on Saturday, in what is likely to be the last dash of sunshine of the season.
Slowthai on severed head stunt: 'No Boris Johnsons were harmed'
The rapper Slowthai has insisted he doesn't condone violence in any form after pulling out a fake severed head of Boris Johnson during his performance at the Mercury Prize.
Artificial intelligence being used in schools to detect self-harm and bullying
One of England's biggest academy chains is testing pupils' mental health using an AI (artificial intelligence) tool which can predict self-harm, drug abuse and eating disorders, Sky News can reveal.
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