Sky News UK

November 15, 2017
Two men arrested following NI disco deaths

Two men arrested following NI disco deaths

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after the deaths of three teenagers in a crush outside a hotel.

Instagram failing to remove graphic self-harm images

Instagram failing to remove graphic self-harm images

A month after Instagram promised to remove graphic images of self-harm from its platform, Sky News has found numerous disturbing videos and pictures on the social media website.

Tourists killed in Vietnam waterfall 'not warned of dangers'

Tourists killed in Vietnam waterfall 'not warned of dangers'

A coroner has ruled that three British tourists who plunged to their deaths in a Vietnam waterfall were not properly warned of the dangers they faced.

Boy, 14, 'tries to slash fellow pupil with meat cleaver'

Boy, 14, 'tries to slash fellow pupil with meat cleaver'

A teenage boy has been arrested after police said he tried to slash another pupil's face with a meat cleaver.

Man "drunkenly" spends over £600 on no-deal Brexit stockpile

Man "drunkenly" spends over £600 on no-deal Brexit stockpile

A woman has mocked her husband on Twitter after he "drunkenly" ordered £600 worth of items in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.

Snapchat admits age verification failures to MPs

Snapchat admits age verification failures to MPs

Executives at Snapchat have been grilled by MPs over the company's system to verify the age of its users and ensure they're over 13.

Boyfriend took his own life weeks after death of Love Island star

Boyfriend took his own life weeks after death of Love Island star

The boyfriend of Love Island contestant Sophie Gradon took his own life just weeks after she killed herself, a coroner has ruled.

Court case suspended as 'yellow vest' protester denies harassing MP

Court case suspended as 'yellow vest' protester denies harassing MP

A court hearing into allegations that self-styled "yellow vest" protester James Goddard harassed an MP had to be suspended after it descended into chaos.

Brexit 'information vacuum' fuelling NHS drug shortages

Brexit 'information vacuum' fuelling NHS drug shortages

Hospitals are already facing drugs shortages as a consequence of Brexit, with an "information vacuum" hampering their ability to plan for no deal, NHS trust leaders have warned.

Security fund for religious buildings doubled after NZ attack

Security fund for religious buildings doubled after NZ attack

The government has doubled the amount of money available to provide security infrastructure at places of worship following the Christchurch mosque attack.