A two-week-old baby killed after his pram was hit by a car has been named as Ciaran Leigh Morris.
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A two-week-old baby killed after his pram was hit by a car has been named as Ciaran Leigh Morris.
Former prime minister David Cameron has accepted he should have acted differently over his role in the Greensill lobbying controversy.
Boris Johnson has urged the nation to "behave responsibly" when pub gardens reopen and restaurants resume outdoor dining in England on Monday.
The Queen described her husband the Duke of Edinburgh's death as leaving a "huge void in her life", Prince Andrew has said.
MPs and politicians across the UK are returning early from the Easter break today to pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.
It was yet another awards ceremony featuring winners accepting from their sofas - yet despite the lack of a full red carpet of celebs, this year's…
Prince Harry has reportedly arrived in the UK and is in quarantine ahead of Prince Philip's funeral on Saturday.
The Countess of Wessex has shared details of Prince Philip's final moments, describing his death as "very peaceful".
Police have launched a murder investigation after the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered at a house in Suffolk.
Adults coercing children to take part in violent clashes in Northern Ireland could be committing child abuse, a child protection expert has suggested.
The mother of a newborn baby found dead in a supermarket car park has been traced by police, after a public appeal for help finding her.
Police called to break up a COVID regulations-busting party were threatened and hit with bottles.
Reality TV star and former footballer Ashley Cain has said his young daughter has returned home after giving him "the best eight months of my life".
The UK has recorded another seven COVID-related deaths, as shops, gyms, beer gardens and hairdressers in England prepare to reopen.
Shared grief over the death of the Duke of Edinburgh is an "ideal opportunity" to mend rifts within the Royal Family, former prime minister Sir John…
A 34-year-old man has been charged with the murder of one of Britain's wealthiest men, police have said.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh's "righteous impatience" and "gift of moral imagination".
Dr Claude Martin was the director of the WWF in Switzerland from 1980 to 1990 and then Director General of the WWF internationally from 1993 to 2005.
Royal artist Ralph Heimans recounts meeting the Duke of Edinburgh, a man of "incredible presence and charisma" - and most of all "fun".
Prince Charles has paid tribute to his "dear Papa" the Duke of Edinburgh for the first time since his death on Friday.
The Duke of Edinburgh completed more than 22,000 solo engagements during his long life of service - with the last at aged 96.
Prince Philip's funeral will take place next Saturday and will be televised to mark the duke's "vast contribution and lasting legacy".
Fourteen officers were injured after petrol bombs and roof tiles were thrown at police during another night of disorder in Belfast.
Prince Edward's wife Sophie had tears in her eyes as she told Sky News that "the Queen has been amazing" following the death of her husband, as she…
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found in water at a country park in Suffolk.
The Royal Family has shared the Queen's moving golden wedding anniversary tribute to Prince Philip a day after his death.
Gun salutes have been taking place across the nation to mark the passing of Prince Philip.
Sky News readers have been recalling their personal encounters with Prince Philip following the Duke of Edinburgh's death at the age of 99.
The Duke of Edinburgh was a motivator, an impatient moderniser, but he could be abrupt.
Gun salutes marking the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will take place in London, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh as well as aboard…
A man arrested on suspicion murdering one of Britain's wealthiest men has been released from hospital.
Philip Mountbatten's first encounter with the Royal Navy was as an 18-month-old prince.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have paid tribute to Prince Philip with a short statement on the website of their Archewell organisation.
Prince Philip - the Duke of Edinburgh - has died at the age of 99, Buckingham Palace has said.
A record number of people in the UK had their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, government figures show.
Theirs was undoubtedly a great love story.
Buckingham Palace is asking people not to break COVID-19 restrictions when paying tribute to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
A steady stream of people has been arriving at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace to lay flowers in tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Philip was a constant by the Queen's side and for decades an integral and much-loved member of the Royal Family.
One of the Duke of Edinburgh's most enduring achievements is his worldwide award programme for young people.
Sky News looks at key facts about the life of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Armed officers "forcibly stopped" the car of a man suspected of killing one of Britain's richest men, an eyewitness has told Sky News.
Coronavirus vaccines have prevented 10,400 deaths in people aged 60 and over, according to analysis by Public Health England (PHE).
It's the 174th Grand National - but the first for two years and maybe the strangest, with no spectators.
The government's approach towards tackling eating disorders and negative body image issues has been branded "dangerous" by MPs.
Everyone in England can now get twice-weekly COVID tests for free under a new effort to keep the journey out of lockdown on track.
Rioters have been blasted with water cannon in fresh unrest on the streets of west Belfast.
A murder investigation is under way after one of Britain's richest men was stabbed to death at his home in Dorset.
The areas of England estimated to have the highest and lowest COVID vaccination rates for over-50s have been revealed.
More than a week of unrest has rocked Northern Ireland in what police have described as the worst violence seen in the country in years.
On a wall which was a blank canvas less than two weeks ago, thousands upon thousands of simple hand drawn hearts now fill the space.
Myanmar's ambassador in London has suggested to Sky News that he could be killed if he returns to his home country.
The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has appeared in court accused of assaulting a prison officer and told the magistrate: "I did assault that…
More than six million people in the UK are now fully vaccinated against COVID, while nearly 32 million have had their first dose.
Swansea City are boycotting all social media as a protest against online abuse and discrimination after three of their players suffered "abhorrent"…
The sister of a man who died from a blood clot after receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has said she is "very angry" but still "strongly" believes…
Hong Kong citizens arriving in the UK under the British National Overseas (BNO) Passport scheme will receive a £43m support package to help them…
Five mothers have relived the hardest phone calls they had to make after their sons were stabbed to death.
The mother of Richard Okorogheye, whose body was found in a lake in Epping Forest, has told Sky News her heart "feels as if it has been ripped apart".
COVID-19 cases in England fell by about 60% from February to March - but the latest data suggests that this decline is now "levelling off".
Violence has again resumed on the streets of Belfast ahead of an emergency meeting of the Northern Ireland Assembly, with a bus hijacked and set on…
People wanting to legally change their gender will be able to do so for about £5 from next month instead of £140, government sources said.
The body found by police in a lake in Epping Forest has been confirmed as missing student Richard Okorogheye.
Britons aged 18-29 will be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine after 79 people developed blood clots within days of getting the…
The family of a missing mother of five have pleaded to her murderer to reveal her whereabouts so they can lay her to rest.
A rare albino wallaby baby has put a spring in the step of zookeepers ahead of the park’s reopening on Monday.
More than 5.6 million people in the UK have now been fully vaccinated against coronavirus.
Wildlife campaigners have warned the public that as COVID restrictions lift, marine mammals are at an increased risk of disturbance which can have…
A lorry has smashed through the barrier of a bridge in Kent, causing long delays around the M25 near Dartford.
A 24-year-old carer has become the first person in the UK to receive the Moderna vaccine as it becomes the latest jab used in the country's vaccination…
The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber, who is serving life in jail for helping make the explosive, has refused to appear in court after he allegedly…
Visitors to Buckingham Palace will have the unique opportunity to picnic in its garden for the first time this summer.
The greater the risk of a disease, the greater the risk doctors would be prepared to take to prevent it.
Blood clot concerns linked to the Oxford vaccine will be addressed by the UK's drugs watchdog at a news conference this afternoon.
A kayaker had to be rescued after becoming stranded without a paddle on an island in Scotland.
Former chancellor George Osborne has announced his engagement to Thea Rogers who worked as his adviser when he was in 11 Downing Street.
Almost 25% of Britons are unwilling to change key habits that would help tackle climate change, an exclusive poll for Sky News suggests.
COVID-19 survivors have an increased risk of developing mental health and neurological conditions in the six months after a diagnosis, scientists have…
A comedy club in Liverpool has withdrawn from a trial that would test how venues could open safely without social distancing, citing "confusing messaging"…
Tens of thousands of pounds have been raised to pay for the funeral of a two-week-old baby who died after his pram was hit by a car.
Prince William has described the NHS as "probably the most admired organisation around" as he paid tribute to its handling of the pandemic.
A trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine on children in the UK has been paused while the medicines regulator investigates a possible link between…
England's vaccine rollout will be "considerably slower" until the end of July and could drop to 2.5 million doses a week, the government's scientific…
Students in secondary schools and colleges will have to continue to wear face masks in classrooms into the summer term, the government has said.
All pupils across Scotland will be back in the classroom full-time following the Easter holidays, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Fears are growing that "disaffected criminal elements" are encouraging young people to orchestrate violence in Northern Ireland.
The first female referee to be appointed to take charge of an English Football League game has been praised for her performance by the managers of…
When Boris Johnson unveiled his four-month roadmap out of lockdown in February, he said the vaccination programme was "creating a shield around the…
Police searching for missing student Richard Okorogheye, who went missing two weeks ago, say they have found a man's body in a pond in Epping Forest,…
New, expectant and bereaved mothers will soon have the help of dozens of new mental health hubs across the country, the NHS has announced.
Captain Sir Tom Moore believed he would survive his hospital stay and live to see his 101st birthday, his daughter has revealed.
The UK has reported 2,762 new cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths in figures released on Easter Monday.
A man has been charged after a two-week-old baby boy was killed when his pram was hit by a car, West Midlands Police have said.
In a swift turnaround after a warm and sunny Easter Sunday, Britons have braced for near-freezing temperatures as snow falls in some parts of the country.
Boris Johnson is set to announce plans for COVID passports, overseas travel and whether the next step out of lockdown will happen next week.
Britain is not yet a model for other white-majority countries in terms of racial equality, according to the Church of England's first black female…
A two-week-old baby boy has died after his pram was hit by a car.
Police in Northern Ireland came under attack for a third night in a row as tensions spiralled into violence across the region.
"Hundreds" of people have attended illegal lockdown raves across the UK so far this Bank Holiday weekend, police have said.
Rebecca Welch has made history by becoming the first woman appointed to referee a game in the English Football League.
"It's a bit like when that volcano erupted in Iceland and suddenly there were no planes in the sky. When they came back, the meerkats were a bit jumpy!…