The Government's "minimum income" immigration requirement does not breach human rights legislation, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Coca-Cola has reversed its opposition to a deposit return scheme for drinks bottles following a Sky News investigation.
It will take "years and years" before British workers are ready to fill the low-skilled jobs left by EU migrants, Brexit Secretary David Davis has conceded.
Women are losing out on tens of thousands of pounds in employer pension contributions as a result of the gender pay gap, new research suggests.
The Government is being urged to agree a five-year transition to Brexit in its looming EU divorce talks to help business acclimatise.
Craig David says his return to the Brits has been a "rollercoaster ride".
One of Princess Diana's favourite designers has spoken to Sky News about her unique star quality ahead of the launch of a new exhibition charting her rise as a style icon.
Theresa May will be urged today to help get justice for a British man murdered in Ukraine.
The RSPCA is trying to identify a man filmed tying a dog to a fence before he ran off, abandoning it.
Killer Shaun Walmsley sprung from custody in Liverpool
A convicted murderer is at large after an armed attack on prison officers that saw him sprung from custody in Liverpool.
Hammer killer 'slept next to girlfriend after brutal attack'
A man bludgeoned his girlfriend to death with a lump hammer before spending the night sleeping next to her body in bed, a court has heard.