NEWS FOR 16/11/2018 (Friday the 16th of November, 2018 - 3:00:35am gmt)
Defiant May clings on as cabinet ministers resign
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 9:50:00pm gmt
Theresa May has put on another show of defiance on a turbulent day that saw two cabinet ministers quit and numerous MPs declare they have lost confidence in her leadership over Brexit.
No 10 battens down hatches as Brexit tornado hits Tories
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 9:53:00pm gmt
It was a brutal Commons session for the prime minister that left loyal members of the government in no doubt she does not have the numbers to pass the "meaningful vote" on the Brexit deal next month.
Police: No-deal Brexit could bring unrest and rationing
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 5:09:00pm gmt
Police fear the fallout from a "no-deal" Brexit could lead to "widescale disruption and dangers for the general public" and have warned they may not have the resources to cope.
Most Brits now against Brexit - Sky Data poll
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 4:03:00pm gmt
More than half of Britons are now against Brexit and support a second EU referendum, a Sky Data poll has found.
Trump to visit wildfire victims as 600 listed missing
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 8:34:00pm gmt
Donald Trump is to visit California on Saturday where he will meet people caught up in this month's devastating wildfires, the White House has said.
<a href='https://news.sky.com/story/fridays-national-newspapers-11555320'>Friday's national newspaper front pages</a>
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 10:21:00pm gmt
John Lennon's killer 'feels more and more shame' each year
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 6:40:00pm gmt
The man who gunned down John Lennon in New York said he feels "more and more shame" every year for the murder.
Amy Schumer in hospital for severe morning sickness
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 10:32:00pm gmt
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer has been taken to hospital suffering from severe morning sickness.
Charles Bronson dances after being cleared of prison attack
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 3:04:00pm gmt
Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson danced a celebratory jig after being cleared of trying to seriously harm a prison governor.
The Welsh town hoping to avoid a 'no-deal' Brexit
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 5:13:00pm gmt
For decades the people of Port Talbot have lived day to day with uncertainty hanging over them.
Theresa May under pressure after Gove rejects Brexit secretary job
Posted on Thursday, 15/11/2018, 11:20:00pm gmt
The PM defends her Brexit deal, as Michael Gove is understood to be considering resigning.