Refugees hoping to top Christmas singles chart

Refugees who have come to the UK from all over the world have teamed up with music students to compose what they hope will be the Christmas number one. The festive charity single, which is called Whatever You Believe, is sang, performed and recorded by a mix of...

Grieving mum urges parents to discuss organ donation

The mother of a teenage boy who died after colliding with another player during a football match has told Sky News that parents must talk to their children about organ donation. Luca Campanaro, 14, from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, was airlifted to Royal London...

Rescued yachtswoman would do it again 'in a heartbeat'

The British yachtswoman who was stranded after her boat capsized in the Antarctic Ocean has said would do it again “in a heartbeat”. Susie Goodall, 29, made the comment after arriving back on dry land in the southern Chilean city of Punta Arenas on Friday....

Building evacuated after boulder smashes into bedroom

Residents have been forced to leave a historic seafront property after a “significant rockfall”, firefighters have said. Two boulders were sent rolling down the cliff before hitting a shop and a flat in the coastal town of Hastings on Thursday afternoon....

Grime rapper J Hus jailed for carrying knife

Award-winning grime rapper J Hus has been jailed for eight months after carrying a 10cm knife outside a major London shopping centre. The musician, who appeared in court under his real name Momodou Jallow, apologised and said he regretted his “utterly...

'Robust' May-Juncker dispute dominates EU summit

Theresa May’s dispute with the European Commission president has dominated a summit in Brussels, as she promised to keep on seeking “legal reassurances” about her Brexit deal. The prime minister admitted she had a “robust” discussion with...