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Channel deaths: What the marine tracking data tells us about the rescue
Survivors of the Channel tragedy have claimed French and British authorities didn't respond to calls for help and disagreed about who was responsible  - Sky News has been analysing marine data to see how the emergency response unfolded.
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The cost of Christmas is going up as retailers pass on price pressures to shoppers
British households are facing a more expensive Christmas shop after labour shortages and surging costs pushed retail prices higher for the first time since May 2019, according to industry figures.
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Upbeat Johnson brings Christmas market to Downing Street as booster programme ramps up
Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to have begun his Christmas celebrations early as he put his faith in a ramped-up booster programme to save the festive season for everyone.
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Eight further cases of new Omicron COVID variant identified in England
A further eight cases of the new Omicron COVID-19 variant have been identified in England, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has reported.
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Memorial woodland unveiled in honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore
A swathe of ancient woodland and open ground will be renamed in honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
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Prejudice around HIV remains high as the government pledges millions to end infections in England by 2030
The government has pledged more than £23 million to end HIV infections in England by 2030, as the armed forces begin removing long-standing barriers to people living with HIV from serving in the military.
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