April 12, 2022

Real wages fall by 1% as pay fails to keep up with inflation

Wage growth in the UK struggled to keep up with increasing inflation between December 2021 and February 2022, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
April 11, 2022

Should you keep tomatoes in the fridge or the cupboard? Fact-checked

TOMATOES may be kept in the fridge in some homes, while others prefer to store them in the cupboard. But where exactly should tomatoes be stored?
April 11, 2022

Labour demands injunction against protestors threatening fuel supplies

The government is facing a call for "nationwide injunctions" to stop Just Stop Oil (JSO) protestors disrupting the delivery of fuel to forecourts.
April 11, 2022

New ‘killer’ cancer treatment stops one third of tumours growing

ALMOST everyone knows someone who has got or has had cancer. It's prevalent throughout society and every year thousands will die from it. Amidst this sea of bad news, there is more good coming through as new treatments are developed that can beat cancer.
April 11, 2022

British visual FX giant Cinesite plots blockbuster £300m sale

A British visual effects producer whose recent credits include Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond is being groomed for a sale that could value it at more than £300m.
April 11, 2022

‘They should pay’: Ukraine’s finance minister to demand reparations from Russia

Ukraine's finance minister has told Sky News that Russia should be made to pay post-war reparations to his country once the conflict between the two has ended.
April 11, 2022

Ineos challenges government to allow it to try fracking in England

Ineos, one of the world's largest energy and chemical companies, has challenged the UK government to allow it to develop a fully functioning shale drilling test site, in a bid to prove that the controversial technology is safe and secure.
April 11, 2022

Warehouse numbers booming as COVID and Brexit transform industry

The number of warehouse and transport hubs across Britain has nearly doubled over the last decade as online shopping has boomed and Brexit transforms supply chains, new analysis shows.
April 11, 2022

Rural speed limits may be changed as new proposals suggest replacing 60mph roads

URGENT changes are needed to address how road speed is managed, especially in rural areas, according to new research.
April 11, 2022

Banks to tighten lending to homebuyers as cost of living crisis bites

UK banks are tightening their belts when lending to homebuyers, as they begin to incorporate the cost of living crisis into their mortgage models.
April 11, 2022

‘Deeply hypocritical’: 20 oil and gas firms who support Paris Agreement projected to spend $932bn on new sites by 2030

Just 20 fossil fuel firms including Shell and BP are projected to spend $932 billion (£715 bn) on new oil and gas fields by 2030, according to new research shared exclusively with Sky News.
April 11, 2022

Truckers block Dublin streets in protest over high fuel prices

Streets in Dublin have been blocked by a group of truckers and hauliers protesting against high fuel prices.