Sky News UK

November 15, 2017
'Psycho' uncle 'inspired by serial killer'

'Psycho' uncle 'inspired by serial killer'

A builder accused of raping and murdering his niece before hiding her body in a freezer was inspired by a serial killer who dissolved his victims in acid baths, a court has heard.

No review of black cab rapist's prison release

No review of black cab rapist's prison release

Black cab rapist John Worboys could be freed within weeks after the Government decided not to challenge his release.

Sky sources: Carillion had £2.6bn pension hole

Sky sources: Carillion had £2.6bn pension hole

Carillion, the bankrupt construction group, had financial liabilities worth about £5bn when it went bust this week, according to the most extreme calculation of its obligations to tens of thousands of pension scheme members.

Farage 'slipped Assange a data stick in secret'

Farage 'slipped Assange a data stick in secret'

Brexiteer Nigel Farage is alleged to have slipped a USB stick containing data to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during a secret trip to the Ecuadorian embassy.

Jeremy Hunt urged to 'delay' NHS shake-up

Jeremy Hunt urged to 'delay' NHS shake-up

An influential Conservative MP has asked Jeremy Hunt to delay controversial reforms designed to change the way NHS funds are overseen.

Rats and cockroaches in 'UK's worst prison'

Rats and cockroaches in 'UK's worst prison'

"Squalid" Liverpool prison is the worst inspectors have ever seen, with inmates living among rats and cockroaches and drugs and other illicit items rife.

Teen denies Parsons Green terror attack charges

Teen denies Parsons Green terror attack charges

A teenager accused of a bomb attack which injured 30 commuters at Parsons Green tube station has denied responsibility.

Zombie cover to support Cranberries singer's children

Zombie cover to support Cranberries singer's children

Hard rock band Bad Wolves have released their cover of The Cranberries' hit Zombie, in memory of frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan.

Student rape case dropped as police admit mistakes

Student rape case dropped as police admit mistakes

A judge has criticised police and prosecutors after a rape case against a student was dropped days before his trial.

Boris Johnson floats idea of UK-France 'bridge'

Boris Johnson floats idea of UK-France 'bridge'

Boris Johnson floated the idea of building another transport link across the Channel during a UK-France summit, it has emerged.