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Barbecues this summer should include one-way systems around the grill and guests bringing their own condiments, according to an expert.
A Nobel Prize-winning economist will be among the distinguished guests taking part in a special series on Sky News next week, looking at how the…
A whale has washed up on a beach in Essex after reports of a "large object" near the water on Friday.
On a Lisbon street we watch as a queue forms in the early morning. People are holding bottles of water and waiting for a delivery…
Sky News has carried out the first ever scientific research into plastic pollution in the River Nile - and discovered that a staggering three-quarters of…
People in parts of the UK are being asked to help "make sure there is enough water for everyone", as companies see huge demand during…
Millions of vulnerable people shielding during the coronavirus outbreak must get more clarity about when their lives can start to return to normal as lockdown…
Contact tracers say they are still encountering technical difficulties and other problems, including delayed pay, on the second day of the track and trace scheme.
Fraud victims have lost more than £4.6m to coronavirus-related scams during the lockdown.
With Britain firmly in hay fever season, some people may be worried about confusing its symptoms with those of coronavirus.

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