Tag Archive for UK

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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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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Supreme Court will rule on Brexit challenge in January

 

Labour MP Geraint Davies and Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng discuss the Supreme Court hearing on whether the Government needs Parliament's approval to trigger Article 50 and the will of the people.

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Yemen’s Houthi rebel Prime Minister accuses UK of war crimes

 

Yemen's Houthi rebel Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtour tells Sky's Special Correspondent Alex Crawford that the UK is participating in 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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Premier League boss Richard Scudamore on stopping child sex abuse

 

The executive chairman of the Premier League says all football clubs connected with allegations of historical child sexual abuse will be asked to account for their actions.

Richard Scudamore spoke to our Sports Correspondent Paul Kelso.

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Andy Burnham on Murnaghan

 

Does leaving the EU mean leaving the single market? Former shadow home secretary and Manchester mayoral hopeful Andy Burnham has been telling Dermot Murnaghan why he thinks it should.

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Dominic Grieve on Murnaghan

 

A fresh legal challenge has been launched today, by anti-Brexit campaigners seeking to ensure the UK remains in the European Economic Area.

Dominic Grieve MP, the former attorney general and supporter of the Open Britain campaign, has been speaking to Sky’s Dermot Murnaghan.

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Fuel poverty in the UK

 

The "Big Six" energy companies are meeting at Westminster to discuss what they can do to help people struggling to pay their bills.

The meeting comes as a charity warns more than half of people on fuel poverty are unaware of financial support that may be available to them. Harriet Hadfield reports.

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