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New data reveals 'social apartheid' at Oxford and Cambridge universities
Britain's elite universities represent a "social apartheid" as new figures reveal a privileged background is "still the key" to earning a place at Oxford or Cambridge, a former Labour minister has claimed.
'Loyalty penalty' of over £1 a day for top smartphones - report
Mobile phone firms are denying they hide charges of more than £1 per day for handsets after fixed-term contracts expire.
Celebrities share poignant messages to loved ones who have died
Mary Berry and Rio Ferdinand are among the famous faces speaking out about their grief in a new campaign to raise awareness about family bereavement.
Everton may be punished over pitch brawl with Lyon players
Everton captain Ashley Williams and his club could be punished by UEFA after a melee erupted following the skipper's push on Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes.
Illegal migrants hope Brexit provides opportunity
Brexit may mean instability for businesses and EU citizens living here but an unlikely group of people are eagerly awaiting Britain's divorce from Europe.
Fight to save dozens of seabirds trapped in plastic
Conservationists have mounted a rescue mission to save dozens of seabirds trapped in plastic and Sky News was given exclusive access to the operation.
Michael Cole: Concern for 'long-term welfare' of missing boys from Berkshire
Concerns for the "long-term welfare" of two boys have been raised after they and their father went missing.
'Sherlock Holmes' conman makes elementary mistake
A conman who stole thousands of pounds while using a name from the Sherlock Holmes stories has been jailed for five years.
'Urgent' investigation after slab falls off Parliament roof and smashes car
An urgent investigation is underway after a large chunk of stone fell off one of the Parliament buildings and smashed into a car below.
Ex-MI6 chief: Brexit means more spending to retain UK influence
The UK's former spy chief has suggested Britain might not actually quit the EU - and warned greater spending on diplomacy, defence and intelligence will be needed if Brexit does go ahead.