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Senior News Editor — Sky News
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Senior News Editor, Sky News & Trustee, John Schofield Trust

Mats Hummels v Harry Kane: The key battle in Germany v England

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut Review — Welcome to a dystopian future where bandits and worse plague the desolated remnants of a devastated civilization. From the Producer of the original Fallout, World of Wasteland 2: The Director's Cut has been carefully crafted by the Desert Rangers at inXile Entertainment. The Director's cut offers visual improvements, upgrading from the Unity 4.5 to the Unity 5 engine.

'I've been turned into a hardened gambler' — The UK government recently rejected a plea to reduce the maximum bet on some fixed-odds betting terminals FOBTs on High Street bookmakers. The move was criticised by some, while the government said stronger controls - which give local authorities more power to stop betting shops opening and mean gamblers betting more than £50 per spin have to interact with staff or have an account - were sufficient.

Now hiring: 'Director of Fun' for Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre but only apply if you're under 10 — Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre is on the lookout for a young Director of Fun. Managers at the mall are looking for a boy or girl aged between six and ten to take on the honorary year-long role. The successful candidate will work with centre manager Lorenzo O'Reilly at family events.

Chocolate eggs are no yolk for Osborne

Royal Home Movies Reveal Happy Childhood — Rare footage of the Queen and other members of the royal family growing up has been released to mark the start of a new exhibition at Buckingham Palace. The home videos show the earliest footage of a young Princess Elizabeth with her mother as well as footage a few years later of a teenage Princess and her sister, Margaret, dancing on board a ship alongside the Queen Mother and governess Marion Crawford.

One Is One: Prince George's First Birthday — William and Kate have released two new family photographs to mark Prince George's first birthday and have thanked everyone in the past year for their "warm and generous wishes". Taken in recent weeks at the Natural History Museum's Sensational Butterflies exhibition, the photos show the one-year-old reaching out, seemingly mesmerised by the butterflies around him.

William Spills The Beans On George's Bath Time — Bath time with Prince George is "quite painful", Prince William has admitted in a speech to the British Sub Aqua Club. The Duke of Cambridge made the comments in a speech to BSAC members as he assumed its presidency from his father, Prince Charles.

Kate To Explore Family's Codebreaking Past — The Royal will visit the site where her grandparent, Valerie Glassborow, worked as a civilian duty officer in Bletchley Park.

We are all sheep: what Uniqlo and H&M tell us about Australian retail — What do H&M, Uniqlo, Krispy Kreme, New Year's Eve, and the AFL Grand Final have in common? Scarcity. Well, at least for a short time. And a little bit of hype, plus some tribal instincts and social modelling thrown in for good measure.
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Jul 29, 2016

RT @FelicityBarrTV: Adore Gladstone, UK's new Treasury cat. How will he get on with Larry at No 10 and Palmerston at the Foreign Office?

Jul 28, 2016

Thanks @RealGreekTweet & @ToniaBuxton for fabulous pre theatre dinner - lamb cutlets to die for. Efcharistó! #Retsina #BackToMyCypriotRoots

Jul 28, 2016

RT @SkyNews: Sky Sources: Britain's first nuclear power plant for a generation has been given the go ahead

Jul 28, 2016

RT @skymartinbrunt: #chrisevans Chris Evans to face no action over recent old sex allegations, say police

Jul 28, 2016

RT @SkyNews: Sky's Group Chief Executive Jeremy Darroch: Investing in content that customers want ensures continuing success 

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