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Brussels Public Prosecutor's Office say proceedings have been paused awaiting a decision on the waiver of former Catalan independence leader Carles Puigdemont's parliamentary immunity after he was arrested in Italy For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Official figures show the UK has recorded 180 COVID-19 related deaths and 35,623 positive cases in the latest 24-hour period For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Emergency services say three more towns have been evacuated on La Palma amid intensifying volcanic activity and the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute say a new vent has opened on the island's volcano For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Two 14-year-old boys have been sentenced to 13 years and 12 years respectively in a young offenders institution for murdering 13-year-old Olly Stephens who had autism For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says he will be seeking a further injunction to prevent disruption after climate protesters Insulate Britain blocked roads to the Port of Dover For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
UK Home Office say the border e-gates issue has now been resolved after I.T. issues prevented their operation at several UK airports For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Gatwick Airport say they have been affected by the UK e-gates border failure which has also been reported at Heathrow Airport as the UK Border Force say they are having I.T. issues nationwide For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
The UK Border Force has issued a statement to say they are having I.T. issues nationwide and all available staff are working on the matter For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
AA President Edmund King says "there is no shortage of fuel" and thousands of petrol stations are "operating normally with just a few suffering temporary supply chain problems" For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Kent Police have arrested 17 people in connection with climate protesters Insulate Britain blocking the entrance and exit roads to the Port of Dover For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Climate protesters from Insulate Britain have blocked the A20 road in Kent which gives access to Port of Dover after protests on other key transport routes For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Labour Party Chair Annelise Dodds said the HGV driver shortages could get more "intense" unless the Government gets "a grip" For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Transport Secretary says motorists should "carry on as normal" after BP announced it was temporarily closing some sites due to supply issues
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told Sky News "Brexit has provided part of the solution" to the supply crisis
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told Sky News "I'll move heaven and earth" and will "look at any feasible scheme" to resolve the shortage of HGV drivers For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Official figures show the UK has recorded 182 COVID-19 related deaths and 36,710 positive cases in the latest 24-hour period For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Fuel company Esso say a small number of their 200 Tesco Alliance retail sites have been impacted by the HGV driver shortage which has caused fuel delivery delays to BP petrol stations causing some to temporarily close For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
British Airways has scrapped its plans to operate short-haul flights from Gatwick Airport after failing to reach an agreement with pilots' union, Balpa For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
A parliamentary investigation has found that former Labour Minister Keith Vaz acted in breach of parliament's bullying and harassment policy For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says the government hasn't been complacent regarding the current energy crisis For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says it is not the function of energy storage to mitigate increases in gas prices For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Heidi Carter - who has Down's syndrome - has lost a High Court challenge against the Government over legislation which allows the abortion of babies with the condition up until birth For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says the government will not be bailing out failing energy companies and wants a competitive energy market For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Minister Paul Scully has told Sky News income tax will need to rise "by a penny" if the current uplift in Universal Credit is to continue For more visit news.sky.com
Business Minister Paul Scully says the energy price cap is "keeping prices down" and the Government has had conversations over how much it may have to go up
Business Minister Paul Scully has told Sky News the shortage of HGV drivers is a "global issue" and "temporary amnesty is not a panacea for international drivers" amid concerns of food shortages in the run-up to Christmas For more visit news.sky.com
U.S. President Joe Biden has announced the U.S. will provide $370 million to help administer COVID-19 vaccines globally For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
U.S. President Joe Biden has announced the launch of an EU-U.S. COVID vaccine partnership to work more closely together to stop COVID For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
U.S. President Joe Biden has announced an additional half a billion doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine are to be donated by the U.S. to low and middle income countries For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Official figures show the UK has recorded 166 COVID-19 related deaths and 34,460 positive cases in the latest 24-hour period For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Energy regulator Ofgem has announced Avro Energy has ceased trading and that customers of the company will be switched to a new supplier For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Chief Medical Officer for England Professor Chris Whitty says that without vaccination virtually any child would get infected with COVID at some point between 12 and 15-years-old For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Chief Medical Officer for England Sir Chris Whitty says the highest rate of COVID-19 transmission is currently occurring in children For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says the government "anticipated" the spike in gas prices the energy industry is currently facing For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says competition has worked in the energy market and the government doesn't want to go back to a cosy oligopoly For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Ofgem Chief Executive Jonathan Brearley says they "expect more suppliers to go out of business" due to current gas prices but it is hard to say how many For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Ofgem Chief Executive Jonathan Brearley says they are "not relying on the spike in gas prices being temporary" and many suppliers are under huge pressure For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Ofgem Chief Executive Jonathan Brearley says they "expect a large number of customers to be affected" and have not seen a rise in gas prices at this pace before For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said National Highways has been granted an injunction against protesters targeting the M25 For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Official figures show the UK has recorded 31,564 positive COVID cases and 203 further deaths in the latest 24-hour period For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Sky News confirms the family of teenager Harry Dunn who was killed when his motorbike was hit by a car in 2019 and U.S. suspect Anne Sacoolas have reached a "resolution" in a civil claim for damages filed in Virginia For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Sky News: Energy supplier Green, which serves around 250,000 customers, is facing administration and is in talks with insolvency advisers For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
The Government has reached an agreement with CF Industries to restart CO2 production at its UK sites following talks between the company and Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Police name and charge a third Russian military intelligence officer Denis Sergeev who is wanted in connection with the 2018 Salisbury poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with the nerve agent Novichok For more visit news.sky.com
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Russia was responsible for the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in the UK For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
National Express and Stagecoach have confirmed talks over a potential all-share merger to create a transport giant For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
The UK's Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has ordered an investigation into data breach involving details of dozens of Afghan interpreters For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
England and Wales Cricket Board has announced England's joint men's and women's tour of Pakistan next month has been cancelled For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Sky News understands the U.S. is set to relax travel restrictions on passengers from the UK from November For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
Buckingham Palace has announced Princess Beatrice gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday 18 September at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London For more on this and other news visit news.sky.com
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