UK News

British Airways hoping to operate 'near-normal' schedule

British Airways says it is "aiming to operate a near-normal schedule" after an IT systems failure hit thousands of passengers.


CCTV images show Manchester bomber Salman Abedi on night of attack

Police have released CCTV images of the Manchester bomber on the night he carried out his attack.


Manchester bomber was radicalised in the city, rapper claims

A childhood friend of the Manchester bomber has told Sky News that he believes Salman Abedi was radicalised in Manchester and had help in carrying out the attack.


Major events go ahead across UK amid heightened security measures

Sporting events and concerts have taken place across the UK amid heightened security following the suicide bomb attack in Manchester.


Showbiz News

Social media would have 'put a stop' to Sex Pistols

It is four decades since the Sex Pistols brought out their anti-establishment anthem God Save The Queen - the ultimate publicity stunt and an unforgettable moment in music history.


Hollywood stars at funeral for Audioslave singer Chris Cornell

Stars including Brad Pitt, Christian Bale and Courtney Love are among those who have attended the funeral for Chris Cornell.


Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for benefit gig

Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester to hold a benefit gig for victims of the suicide bombing at her concert.


Alien Covenant: See how visual effects team created monsters

Alien: Covenant's VFX team worked alongside director Ridley Scott to create over 700 stunning shots.


Sports News

Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to win FA Cup

Arsenal scored 12 minutes from time to win the FA Cup final in a pulsating 2-1 victory over Chelsea.


WWE cancels Manchester event after arena bombing

WWE has cancelled a tour event at the Manchester Arena next month following Monday's terror attack.


Wayne Rooney 'likely to leave Manchester United'

Wayne Rooney is likely to leave Manchester United this summer, Sky sources understand.


Manchester United and Manchester City pledge £1m to terror victims

Footballing rivals Manchester City and Manchester United have joined forces to pledge £1m towards a fund for victims of the terror attack that killed 22 people.


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