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Bill Clinton meets Theresa May for Northern Ireland crisis talks

He smiled and waved at photographers before the nearly hour-long meeting, pausing to shake hands with a policeman outside Number 10

Barclay twins to land £200m windfall from Shop Direct deal

Sky News has learnt that Sir David Barclay and his twin brother Sir Frederick will receive the payout from the launch of a £700m bond issue at Shop Direct - owner of the Littlewoods and Very.co.uk brands

Risk of ‘ecological Armageddon’ as number of flying insects plunges

Research stretching over 63 protected areas in Germany and dating back to 1989 provides a frightening view of ecological change - with implications across the globe

Ex-England footballer Lianne Sanderson: FA bosses ‘not sorry enough’ over race...

Lianne Sanderson, who won 50 caps for England between 2006 and 2015, told Sky News she thought Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn and chairman Greg Clarke "lacked empathy"

Does Jose Mourinho have a point on injuries? Manchester United top...

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has already hit back, saying: "A lot of time Mourinho has to see what happens at Chelsea." But would Mourinho be justified if he was to bleat on about injury problems?

UK retail sales slip in September as prices rise

Official figures showed sales volumes dropped by a worse than expected 0.8% in September, meaning year-on-year growth for the third quarter was the weakest since 2013

Melania Trump body double conspiracy theory spreads on social media

Twitter users say the woman standing next to President Donald Trump as he spoke on the White House lawn on Friday did not look like his wife

Theresa May challenged to give EU citizens certainty by Christmas

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer challenged the PM to turn her "warm words into action", legislate to secure the expats' status and fast-track a bill through Parliament

Jacinda Ardern is New Zealand’s new – and youngest – Prime...

The deadlock was broken when Ms Ardern's Labour Party got the support from a small nationalist party called New Zealand First

Interserve shares slump nearly 40% on fresh profit alert

The group - which employs 80,000 people around the world and has a raft of key contracts from cleaning to school meals - said trading had seen a slowdown in the third quarter