Tag Archive for current affairs

The people behind the Samaritans calls

 

"You can get people who can't get through the night and just need some help." Samaritans volunteers Ursula and Claire on why people don't have to feel like their on their own at Christmas.

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Year in review 2016

 

Anna Botting reviews the biggest stories of 2016 with Kevin Maguire and Andrew Pierce.

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Week in review | 16th December 2016

 

Anna Botting reviews the biggest stories of the past seven days with Kevin Maguire and Andrew Pierce.

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2016: The year the world went crazy

 

The last 12 months have been pretty crazy, and 2016 isn't over yet.

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Is the UK guilty of war crimes in Yemen?

 

The new Prime Minister of the controversial rebel Houthi government – Abdulaziz bin Habtour – which has just been set-up in Yemen has accused Britain of war crimes, in his first interview since taking power.

Reporting from Houthi-rebel controlled Yemen, Sky News' Special Correspondent Alex Crawford looks at the price of the conflict to those in the area, especially children who are so malnurished, and whether the UK is guilty of war crimes in Yemen.

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How Southern strike action is affecting the nation

 

Strike action by Southern rail staff over the role of guards and driver-only trains – which they argue are a safety risk – has meant that the rail operator's 2,242 services have come to a grinding halt.

Senior Correspondent David Bowden spoke to one commuter, who quit her job because of Southern's "appalling service".

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Aleppo: killing hope

 

In this Sky News special report, correspondent Ashish Joshi looks at the desperate situation in East Aleppo caused by Russian intervention and the latest regime onslaught.

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Murnaghan: Labour MP Angela Eagle

 

UKIP's new leader Paul Nuttall says he can win Labour voters over to his Party. Labour MP Angela Eagle spoke on Sky News' Murnaghan programme, explaining no MP should take their seat for granted.

Eagle was also asked whether her view had changed about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

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Murnaghan: Former Deputy PM Nick Clegg

 

Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg spoke on Sky News' Murnaghan programme about whether the Liberal Democrats' success in the Richmond Park by-election be the first of many election upsets for the Labour Party.

Clegg was also asked about whether he could form an unusual alliance with former Prime Minister Tony Blair over Brexit.

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