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November 15, 2017
Dad's attempt to overrule Poppi death verdict dismissed

Dad's attempt to overrule Poppi death verdict dismissed

A High Court judge has dismissed a judicial review brought by Paul Worthington over the death of his 13-month-old daughter Poppi.

Brit pensioners arrested for drug trafficking on cruise

Brit pensioners arrested for drug trafficking on cruise

A British couple have been detained after a "large amount of cocaine" was found on a cruise ship returning from the Caribbean.

Search for shovel linked to British woman's murder in New Zealand

Search for shovel linked to British woman's murder in New Zealand

Police investigating the murder of Grace Millane are looking for a shovel believed to be linked to her death.

Ad giant WPP plans to axe thousands of jobs

Ad giant WPP plans to axe thousands of jobs

Advertising giant WPP has announced a major restructuring which will see thousands of jobs cut worldwide, months after ousting long-serving boss Sir Martin Sorrell.

Carpetright blames 'negative headlines' as losses widen

Carpetright blames 'negative headlines' as losses widen

Struggling retailer Carpetright has slipped to a half-year loss of £11.7m after it closed dozens of stores and said "negative headlines" had hit sales.

Mobile banking app that stops 'addictive' spending

Mobile banking app that stops 'addictive' spending

Mobile banking users can now block certain types of spending in a move which could help people gain control of their finances.

Easter Island mayor: Statue should stay in the UK

Easter Island mayor: Statue should stay in the UK

Easter Island's mayor has said the British Museum might be a better home for a massive native Polynesian statue taken by British sailors 150 years ago.

'Babes in the wood' murderer found guilty 31 years after acquittal

'Babes in the wood' murderer found guilty 31 years after acquittal

Convicted paedophile Russell Bishop has been found guilty of murdering two nine-year-old girls in 1986.

How billion-to-one DNA match led to Bishop's murder conviction

How billion-to-one DNA match led to Bishop's murder conviction

After 32 years, paedophile Russell Bishop has finally been convicted of the "babes in the wood" murders after advanced forensic techniques revealed his DNA linked him to his young victims through a discarded sweatshirt.

Advent calendar: The defining images of 2018

Advent calendar: The defining images of 2018

Each day in December, Sky News will be remembering moments that made their mark on 2018.