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Nestle fined after tests show high ash and lead content in...

The firm was ordered to pay 4.5 million rupees (£52,000) after samples were tested in a 2015 case. The Indian court also fined the company's distributors 2.6 million rupees (£30,000)

Australia bans use of vaginal mesh implants

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has decided to remove the use of mesh products in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and single incision mini-slings which is used to treat urinary incontinence

Alan Pardew to West Brom: Five issues for the new man...

The former Newcastle and Crystal Palace boss replaces Tony Pulis who was sacked by the Baggies on November 20

Daniel Day-Lewis: I didn’t know Phantom Thread would be my last...

In an interview with W Magazine, the acclaimed English actor confirmed rumours that his role as dress maker Reynolds Woodcock in Paul Thomas Anderson's Oscar-bound Phantom Thread was a career-changer

Ex-JPMorgan fund HPS swoops on owner of Money Shop payday lender

Sky News has learnt that HPS Investment Partners, which was spun out of the Wall Street behemoth last year, is in advanced discussions with the American private equity firm Lone Star about a deal

Scientists redraw ‘fluffy’ four-winged dinosaur

Scientists said the creature - Anchiornis - had feathers that fluffed up instead of lying flat like those of today's birds

Donald Trump retweets anti-Muslim videos posted by Britain First deputy leader

The group's deputy leader Jayda Fransen, who posted the unverified clips, claims one of them shows a Muslim destroying a statue of the Virgin Mary

Why UK is being ‘cagey’ about Brexit divorce bill

The British Government is being far more cagey - a source telling Sky News: "There is no agreement on what the financial settlement looks like."

Angela Lansbury on sexual harassment: ‘Women sometimes to blame’

In an interview with the Radio Times, the Murder She Wrote star said "women must sometimes take blame" for sexual harassment

‘ATM desert’ fears over plans to cut fees

LINK, the company that operates Britain's ATM network, has said it plans to cut the fees charged to card issuers by the machines' owners from 25p to 20p per withdrawal, over the next four years