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IVF treatment being rationed as providers struggle to fund it
This week marks 40 years this week since the birth of the first test tube baby, Louise Brown, but if rules then had been what they are today, she may not have been born.
Boy, 3, seriously hurt in 'evil acid attack' in Worcester as three men hunted
A three-year-old boy has been seriously injured in a suspected acid attack in a busy shop in Worcester, police say.
Metropolitan Police corruption unit probed over alleged corruption
The UK's largest police force is at the centre of an investigation into allegations of "serious corruption and malpractice".
UK weather forecast: Britain set for hottest day of 2018 so far
Britain could have the hottest day of the year mid-week as the country continues to bask in the ongoing heatwave.
Johnson on knife crime: Khan must 'take responsibility'
Former London mayor Boris Johnson has said his successor needs to take responsibility for knife crime in London.
Virgin Media customers lose Dave and Gold channels amid UKTV row
Virgin customers have lost access to 10 UKTV channels following a row over fees.
'Complacent' retailers failing over fur, say MPs
A parliamentary inquiry sparked by a Sky News investigation on the fur industry has found "complacent" retailers and poor labelling legislation are failing consumers.
Pink-themed funeral for Alesha MacPhail killed on Isle of Bute
Family and friends of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail, who was killed on the Isle of Bute, have said a tearful farewell to their "little angel" at her funeral.
Man held on terror charge: Ravi Mendis to appear in court
A man from south London has been charged with a terror offence, the Metropolitan Police has said.
George turns five: Prince beams in official royal photo to mark birthday
An official photograph of Prince George, taken in the garden at Clarence House, has been released to mark his fifth birthday.