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Drink-drugs clampdown to stop rising violence at Ascot

Just last month, a group of men were filmed fighting at Ascot. Women watched on in shock as the group of racegoers threw punches and verbal abuse at each other

Thousands of public buildings sold off annually by cash-strapped councils

It says parks, libraries, town halls and swimming pools are among properties being sold, often to private developers to build luxury flats

MPs facing increased abuse from online trolls

Sky News has been shown the results of a survey of parliamentary candidates from the 2017 general election, which reveal that 74% of those targeted during the campaign were most frequently harassed via platforms like Twitter

World Cup: Volgograd will offer warm welcome to England fans

Volgograd is packed with history, much of it heartbreaking, but its difficult past has earned it a special place in Russian hearts

How Grenfell victims still being let down one year on

There were a total of 138 households in the tower and walkway, but homes were needed for 203 as some decided to split up

Mothers who choose to bottle feed babies must be respected, says...

In its new position statement it says: "If, after being given appropriate information, advice and support on breastfeeding, a woman chooses not to do so, or to give formula as well as breastfeeding, her choice must be respected."

Grenfell Tower: Hundreds of children struggling with mental health issues after...

They show that in the past year a total of 521 children and 2,006 adults have been seen by health teams in the are

Sharp increase in autistic children expelled in England, charity says

The rise has been most sharp in the northwest of England, where the number of exclusions has doubled since 2011

Farmers worried over ‘lack of detail’ in post-Brexit plans

MPs on the environment, food and rural affairs committee have called for "more clarity on funding, delivery and timing" in its report entitled The Future Of Food, Farming And The Environment

‘Day will come’ for answers on Skripal poisoning, police chief says

Wiltshire chief constable Kier Pritchard told Sky News that counter-terrorism officers led by the Metropolitan Police are making progress in an investigation he described as "off the scale"