Sky News UK

November 15, 2017
Desperate to stay dry, hundreds live in cars in UK

Desperate to stay dry, hundreds live in cars in UK

Hundreds of people in the UK are being forced to live in cars and caravans because their salaries do not cover the rising cost of rent.

Rent payments to be added to credit reports

Rent payments to be added to credit reports

Records of rental payments are now being included in credit reports, meaning tenants could find it easier to access mortgages and other loans.

May to face Tory critics at showdown meeting

May to face Tory critics at showdown meeting

Theresa May is going to face Conservative MPs who are increasingly concerned about her Brexit plans at a potentially crucial meeting on Wednesday.

Police suspect who looks like Ross Geller goes viral

Police suspect who looks like Ross Geller goes viral

A police appeal for information about a suspected thief has received hundreds of comments from people convinced he looks like Ross Geller from Friends.

Murdered girl remembered on day she would turn 14

Murdered girl remembered on day she would turn 14

The mother of murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh has paid tribute to her "lip gloss angel" on what would have been her 14th birthday.

Tommy Robinson's contempt case referred to Attorney General

Tommy Robinson's contempt case referred to Attorney General

The contempt of court case against former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson has been referred to the Attorney General.

'Natasha's Law' to target food packaging after Pret death

'Natasha's Law' to target food packaging after Pret death

The parents of a teenage girl who died after suffering an allergic reaction to a baguette from Pret A Manger have said tougher laws on food packaging could be in place as early as next summer.

Toddler died in Frozen bed turned into 'monstrous cage'

Toddler died in Frozen bed turned into 'monstrous cage'

A toddler died after being kept in a Frozen-themed bed that had been transformed into a "monstrous cage" a court has heard.

Pressure grows on Bercow over bullying claims

Pressure grows on Bercow over bullying claims

Pressure is growing on John Bercow over bullying claims, after three MPs quit a committee the Speaker established to improve "inclusion" at Westminster.

Revealed: Cost of trip which saw Johnson miss Heathrow vote

Revealed: Cost of trip which saw Johnson miss Heathrow vote

Boris Johnson's trip to Afghanistan - which meant he missed the vote on expanding Heathrow - cost more than £26,000.