• Saturday's national newspaper front pages

    Saturday's national newspaper front pages.

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  • Trump made Person of the Year by Time magazine

    The magazine says Mr Trump redrew the rules of political culture and had the most influence "for better or worse".

    Sky video
  • Barrister in legal bid to derail Brexit

    Jolyon Maugham QC aims to bring an action in the Irish High Court in which he hopes to establish whether an Article 50 notification sent by the UK to Brussels could be overturned at a future date

    Sky video
  • Brexit Challenge: Week's round-up

    One of the most important constitutional legal cases ever seen has drawn to a close. The legal battle over Brexit Britain has seen the government make its case in the highest court in the land. Sky's Sophy Ridge looks back at the week's evidence in this special programme.

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  • 20th Century Fox in Sky takeover bid

    21st Century Fox, the international film and television giant behind hit shows like The Simpsons and Modern Family, has tabled a takeover bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News.

    Sky video
  • Trump's TV Career Continues

    Media Watch takes a look at reactions to Donald Trump's continuing TV career. The President-elect will remain in his role as Executive Producer on Celebrity Apprentice, while Arnold Schwarzenegger will host the show. That's the same Arnie who denounced Trump's presidential bid and called

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  • Russia doping cover-up 'helped 1,000 cheaters'

    More than 1,000 Russian athletes in 30 summer and winter Olympic and Paralympic sports benefited from a systematic doping cover-up, including many medalists from London 2012.

    Sky video
  • Nicola Sturgeon: 'I was horrified by Trump's comments'

    Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gives her reaction to Donald's Trump's recent comments on women.

    Sky video
  • President Park Impeached, Ghana's High Stakes Election (part 1)

    Today on The World This Week, our panel discusses the impeachment of President Park in South Korea and the vote counting in Ghana’s high stakes election. In Syria rebels in Aleppo seem all but beaten by government forces, Italy’s Matteo Renzi hands in his resignation while the UK parliament and High

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  • Aleppo Offensive, Renzi Resigns, Trump's Cards (part 2)

    Today on The World This Week, our panel discusses the impeachment of President Park in South Korea and the vote counting in Ghana’s high stakes election. In Syria rebels in Aleppo seem all but beaten by government forces, Italy’s Matteo Renzi hands in his resignation while the UK parliament and High

    France 24 Videos
  • Tributes paid to Louis Tomlinson's mother Johannah Deakin who has died aged 42

    The mother of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has died at the age of 43 after suffering from leukaemia.The mother-of-seven had been cared for at University College London hospital. Numerous celebrities have paid tributes to the mother-of-seven.

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  • Olympics 2014: IOC to reanalyse all 254 Russian urine samples

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced Friday that it will reanalyse all 254 urine samples taken from Russian athletes who took part in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

    AFP UK
  • Michelle Thomson: 'I was just speaking and telling my story'

    The MP who told Parliament she had been raped as a teenager tells Sky News how she felt before and after her landmark speech.

    Sky video
  • Ghana opposition celebrates as media projects vote win

    Opposition challenger Nana Akufo-Addo has a clear lead in Ghana's hotly contested presidential election according to local media, sparking celebrations among his supporters.

    AFP UK
  • India's colonial-era opera house restored to former glory

    India's only surviving opera house has been restored to its colonial-era glory, reopening to the public more than two decades after it closed in disrepair.

    AFP UK
  • Over 1,000 Russian athletes in institutionalised doping: McLaren

    More than 1,000 Russian athletes were used in an "institutional conspiracy" with banned drugs at the Sochi and London Olympics and other global events, investigator Richard McLaren says.

    AFP UK
  • Chaotic post-hurricane relief efforts in Haiti

    Haiti is still waiting for the final results of the November 20 presidential election, but time is running out. For more than a year, an electoral crisis has paralyzed the economic development of the country, which was hit by a devastating hurricane in early October. Haitians are still waiting for humanitarian

    France 24 Videos
  • Musical 'La La Land' opens in US theatres

    "La La Land", a love letter to Los Angeles and the Golden Age of French and Hollywood musicals, opens in US theatres.

    AFP UK
  • Dutch firebrand MP found guilty of discrimination

    Populist anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders was found guilty of discrimination against Moroccans, but acquitted of hate speech in a closely-watched trial ahead of next year's key elections.

    AFP UK
  • Theresa May's Plans For New Grammar Schools

    Theresa May's Plans For New Grammar Schools

    Sky video
  • Ivory Coast faces uphill battle against counterfeit medicine

    In Ivory Coast, the trafficking of fake and contraband medicine is a serious public health problem. Up to 40% of medical products bought in the country are picked up on the streets. They are imported from as far away as India and China. The drugs are cheap, easy to find and don't require a prescription

    France 24 Videos
  • Aleppo: Killing Hope - A Sky News special report

    A special report shows the desperate situation in East Aleppo caused by Russian intervention and the latest regime onslaught.

    Sky video
  • Former PM compares Brexit to the US election

    David Cameron has delivered his first major speech since leaving government at DePauw University in Terre Haute, Indiana. The former Prime Minister has spoken about globalisation and has compared the Brexit vote to the US Presidential election.

    Press Association video
  • Nobel prize was 'tremendous push' in Colombia peace: Santos

    On the eve of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says the award is a "gift from heaven" that gave a "tremendous push" to reach a new agreement with FARC rebels.

    AFP UK
  • The fight for transparency: Democracy put to the test

    The Open Government Partnership Global Summit is being held in Paris this week. Membership of the partnership has increased to over 70 since its creation five years ago, but the challenge to democracy across the globe has rarely seemed so strong or so varied. Our guests, all in Paris to attend the summit

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