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What has been happening in the UK and beyond today? The Sky News Daily podcast will bring you up to date with the top news stories and in-depth analysis from our team of specialist reporters.

What has been happening in the UK and beyond today? The Sky News Daily podcast will bring you up to date with the top news stories and in-depth analysis from our team of specialist reporters.
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What has been happening in the UK and beyond today? The Sky News Daily podcast will bring you up to date with the top news stories and in-depth analysis from our team of specialist reporters.

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Episodes

Racist abuse and conspiracy theories: The trolling of Meghan

4/18/2019
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Our analysis reveals the extent of social media abuse directed at the Duchess of Sussex - much of it racially motivated - and the bizarre conspiracy theories being peddled online. Also, are climate change protests in London settling in for the long haul?

Duration:00:18:49

Climate protesters hold up thousands of commuters

4/17/2019
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Clime change protesters carryout third day of direct action, and hear of a new way of rehabilitating sex offenders.

Duration:00:15:08

Rebuilding after the Notre-Dame fire

4/16/2019
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More than 300 million pounds has been raised to help rebuild Notre-Dame in Paris following a huge fire and we talk to our correspondent in the city to find out how people there have been reacting.

Duration:00:20:12

How easy should it be for landlords to evict tenants?

4/15/2019
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The government is setting out plans to make it harder for landlords to turf out tenants at short notice, but there are warnings it'll lead to fewer homes available for rent. Also, does Tiger Woods' win at the Masters seal the most remarkable sporting comeback ever?

Duration:00:12:45

New technology to tackle drivers using their phones

4/12/2019
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New sensors can track when a mobile is used in a car, and Nigel Farage launches his new political party.

Duration:00:17:00

Wikileaks: What next for Julian Assange after arrest?

4/11/2019
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange found guilty of skipping bail in a dramatic day in London - following his arrest after Ecuador stripped him of citizenship. Meanwhile, the UK will is given until the 31st of October to sort out it's Brexit position and the speedboat killer Jack Shepherd faces the family of the girl he killed in court.

Duration:00:25:02

Stalking: As police failings revealed, what can be done for victims?

4/10/2019
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As a report is published into police failings following the murder of a 19-year-old in Sussex - who was stalked and killed by her ex - we look at what changes need to be made. Plus, a special report from up and down the country examining out attitudes to Brexit almost three years since the 2016 referendum.

Duration:00:21:55

LGBT row - teacher receives death threat over lessons

4/9/2019
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A school teacher has received a death threat in Birmingham over his teaching of LGBT lessons to primary school kids and what next in Brexit? We look ahead to a big day for the Prime Minister tomorrow.

Duration:00:23:39

Online harm: Are new laws needed to protect kids?

4/8/2019
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The Government promises some of the toughest laws against harmful online content in the world, and how you ask the 999 operator for help without speaking. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this episode, you can talk to the Samaritans by calling 116 123 or emailing jo@samaritians.org

Duration:00:23:00

Racism in football: What will put a stop to it?

4/5/2019
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Tottenham and England defender Danny Rose says he can't wait to hang up his boots following racist abuse - we look at what measures could put and end to it. And what is a "Flextension" as another Brexit delay is on the cards.

Duration:00:26:45

Is Joe Biden's White House dream already over?

4/4/2019
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On today's podcast we look at how allegations against Joe Biden could damage any bid for the White House. Also, why MPs are being urged to think more before they speak and we investigate a report on the pregnancy drug Primodos.

Duration:00:19:01

Hillsborough families disappointed as jury can't reach verdict

4/3/2019
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The jury in the trial of David Duckenfield, the match commander on the day of the Hillsborough disaster, has failed to reach a verdict and he now faces a retrial. Plus, does Theresa May's decision to hold talks with Jeremy Corbyn risk tearing her party to pieces?

Duration:00:17:16

Mesh surgery ban lifted - but is it safe?

4/2/2019
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On today's podcast we discuss the use of vaginal mesh operations as new guidelines are issued. Also, will Brexit happen next week? We take a look at the latest move to postpone the UK's EU departure.

Duration:00:19:33

Why teachers could be made responsible for tackling knife crime

4/1/2019
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Theresa May wants doctors and teachers to play more of a role in ending knife crime, and MPs will vote again on what they want Brexit policy to be.

Duration:00:14:31

Brunei legalises stoning and whipping gay people

3/29/2019
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Today was supposed to be Brexit day - but MPs voted against the prime minister's deal for a third time. And why George Clooney believes we should boycott Brunei.

Duration:00:16:10

Theresa May's Brexit deal hinges on the Democratic Unionists - but they're not budging

3/28/2019
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Yet more debates are planned on Brexit on the day we were supposed to be leaving the EU - and people living near Grenfell Tower fear chemicals from the fire still pose a health risk.

Duration:00:16:05

Is this the end of speeding?

3/27/2019
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New laws could automatically limit the speed of all new cars - and the huge jewellery theft which took place just yards from thousands of runners.

Duration:00:15:51

MPs seize control of Brexit - but will it make a difference?

3/26/2019
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Theresa May is facing another embarrassment as MPs take over the agenda to hold their own votes on Brexit - and we ask Americans what they make of a two-year investigation which has found no evidence Donald Trump's pre-election campaign worked with Russia.

Duration:00:17:11

Brexit: Would changing Prime Minister achieve anything?

3/25/2019
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Theresa May clings onto power -despite reports of a coup and an ultimatum. So what did happen at Chequers this weekend? Also, we find out what it's like on the ground in Mozambique, after the devastating cyclone there. :: Donations to the DEC Cyclone Idai Appeal can be made at www.dec.org.uk or by calling 0370 60 60 610

Duration:00:18:14

7 Brexit options now on the table

3/22/2019
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MPs likely to face 7 options for Brexit and the teenagers crushed to death in County Tyrone are laid to rest.

Duration:00:11:17