- Google In Social Media Battle With Facebook Sky News - 1 hour 26 minutes ago
Google has launched a new attempt at social networking as it again tries to challenge Facebook in the wildly popular and lucrative internet market. More »Google In Social Media Battle With Facebook
- Probe Launched After Banned Sheikh Enters UK Sky News - 13 minutes ago
An investigation has been launched into how a leading Palestinian activist managed to get into the UK despite being banned, the Home Secretary has said. More »Probe Launched After Banned Sheikh Enters UK
- Brit Woman 'Drowns In Remote Indian River' Sky News - 52 minutes ago
Police have recovered a body in their search for missing Briton Christina Reed, who was swept away by strong currents while swimming in a remote river in India. More »Brit Woman 'Drowns In Remote Indian River'
- Lady Gaga's Team: Lawsuit 'Without Merit' Sky News - 13 hours ago
Lady Gaga's spokesperson says a lawsuit accusing the singer of pocketing cash from the sale of charity wristbands is "misguided" and "without merit". More »Lady Gaga's Team: Lawsuit 'Without Merit'
- UK 'Failing To Combat' Child Sex Grooming Sky News - 6 hours ago
Police, social services and charities are failing to properly investigate the "hidden issue" of child sex grooming, a report is expected to say. More »UK 'Failing To Combat' Child Sex Grooming
- Clegg Pledges To Localise Business Rates Sky News - 2 hours 55 minutes ago
Local councils in England are to be given more control over their finances - including keeping the business rates they collect rather than hand them over to the Trea … More »Clegg Pledges To Localise Business Rates
- Strikes: Which Unions Will Walk Out And When? Sky News - Mon, Jun 27, 2011
Talks aimed at averting autumn strikes by millions of public sector workers are to be held but a walkout later this week is still taking place. More »Strikes: Which Unions Will Walk Out And When?
- Increase In Parental Child Abduction From UK Sky News - 3 hours ago
The numer of abductions of British children by parents who then take them abroad has risen by 10% in the past year - prompting a campaign to combat the problem. More »Increase In Parental Child Abduction From UK
- Palin Film Launch Amid White House Conjecture Sky News - 3 hours ago
Sarah Palin has further fuelled the guessing game about whether she plans to run for the White House next year. More »Palin Film Launch Amid White House Conjecture
- IMF First Lady: Lagarde Is World's Top Banker Sky News - 15 hours ago
French finance minister Christine Lagarde has been confirmed as the new head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). More »IMF First Lady: Lagarde Is World's Top Banker
- Travel Firms Ordered To Scrap Card Charges Sky News - 17 hours ago
Airlines and travel companies face the threat of legal action if they continue to spring hidden charges on customers who pay by debit and credit cards. More »Travel Firms Ordered To Scrap Card Charges
- PM Tells Workers: 'These Strikes Are Wrong' Sky News - 18 hours ago
David Cameron has urged hundreds of thousands of public sector workers to call off a 24-hour strike planned for Thursday in a row over pay and pensions. More »PM Tells Workers: 'These Strikes Are Wrong'
Travellers have been warned to prepare for long delays at passport control as UK Border Agency staff join up to 750,000 striking public sector workers tomorrow. More »Pensions Strikes: Holiday Misery Expected