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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

Google cuts off Huawei - is your phone affected?

5/20/2019
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We discuss the implications facing Huawei phone users after Google cuts its Android licence. We also hear a mother's story after a critical report on children in mental health hospitals. And how LGBT lessons in schools has prompted protests in Birmingham.

Duration:00:18:46

Who will join Boris Johnson in the race for No 10?

5/17/2019
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Who will join Boris Johnson in the race for No 10? Also today: - Brexit talks have collapsed - A Neo-Nazi has been jailed for plotting to murder Labour MP Rosie Cooper with a huge knife. - Amazon's investing invest millions of pounds in Deliveroo.

Duration:00:16:35

Foreign Office 'in crisis mode' over US-Iran tensions

5/16/2019
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Britain has raised the threat level for UK forces and diplomats in Iraq as tensions rise between the United States and Iran. Also on today's podcast: - Parents object to same-sex relationship classes, which are being rolled out in England. - And why female athletes are being "punished" for having children.

Duration:00:13:35

Jeremy Kyle Show axed after death of guest

5/15/2019
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MPs are launching an inquiry into reality TV programmes, after the Jeremy Kyle Show was taken off air following the death of a guest. Also on today's Daily podcast; tensions grow between the United States and Iran over Tehran's nuclear ambitions; Facebook is making changes to its live-streaming after the Christchurch terrorist attack in New Zealand; it's claimed some of the most vulnerable young people are being failed by private mental health units funded by NHS England; and new rules for...

Duration:00:18:02

What’s up with WhatsApp, and should we be worried?

5/14/2019
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We discuss the impact of the WhatsApp cyber surveillance attack, why the National Crime Agency is asking for hundreds of millions of pounds of extra funding, the future of British Steel, and so-called 'deaths of despair' are on the rise. Anyone feeling emotionally distressed or suicidal can call Samaritans for help on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org in the UK.

Duration:00:19:58

The Jeremy Kyle Show is taken off air

5/13/2019
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ITV drops The Jeremy Kyle Show indefinitely and Julian Assange is facing another extradition battle.

Duration:00:12:56

What could the US-China trade war mean for the UK?

5/10/2019
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We discuss the escalating US-China trade war and what it could mean for the UK. Also today, how booze is leading to harm for others and travelling to the Champions League or Europa League finals? We have tips on getting there.

Duration:00:12:57

Danny Baker sacked over Tweet row

5/9/2019
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We discuss how a tweet about the Royal baby has cost the presenter Danny Baker his job. Also on today's podcast we take a look at a government fund to replace cladding on private tower blocks in England and the footballing achievements of Liverpool and Tottenham.

Duration:00:17:46

Tensions rise as Iran issues 60-day ultimatum to world powers

5/8/2019
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Iran threatens action if there’s no agreement over nuclear deal; The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appear with their baby son in public for the first time; Uber drivers on strike; and the Green Party launch their European election campaign.

Duration:00:22:49

Royal baby - what will the name be?

5/7/2019
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After the birth of the latest royal baby, we're in Windsor to discuss possible names for Harry and Meghan's new 'Baby Sussex'. While in politics, it's another big week for Theresa May - our political correspondent Lewis Goodall joins us to discuss the latest movements in Westminster.

Duration:00:24:57

PM heckled after 'very difficult' local election results for Tories

5/3/2019
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Theresa May's been heckled as she admitted the local election results were "very difficult" for the Conservatives

Duration:00:12:48

Will there be a police inquiry into the sacked defence secretary?

5/2/2019
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Detectives are facing pressure to investigate Gavin Williamson who's been sacked as Defence Secretary - although he denies leaking details from a secret government meeting.

Duration:00:14:23

Athlete told she has too much testosterone to compete as a female

5/1/2019
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Caster Semenya has lost her fight against rules designed to decrease naturally high testosterone levels in some female runners

Duration:00:13:18

Fresh probe into patient deaths after hospital scandal

4/30/2019
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The deaths of hundreds of patients at a hospital in Hampshire will face a new criminal investigation

Duration:00:17:23

Should rape victims be forced to hand over their phones?

4/29/2019
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Campaigners aren't happy potential victims of rape are being made to choose between privacy or justice as police are asking accusers to hand over their phones or cases could be dropped. And with a far-right party winning seats for the first time since Franco's rule in the 1970s - what does this mean for Spain after their latest general election?

Duration:00:17:48

Bike hunters: Meet the owners out to catch thieves

4/26/2019
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We reveal the group of bikers trying to reduce thefts and reunite owners with their stolen vehicles by patrolling the streets. Plus, the fallout from the National Security Council leak over Huawei, the Lib Dems election campaign launch and the “crisis” of falling bird numbers.

Duration:00:20:13

Measles: Why are thousands of British children not vaccinated?

4/25/2019
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Hundreds of thousands of children in the UK missed the MMR vaccine, and one NHS boss has described it as a "growing public health timebomb”. Plus, the Sainsbury’s and Asda merger is off and details of the next James Bond film are revealed.

Duration:00:18:11

Should a Chinese tech firm build the UK's new 5G network?

4/24/2019
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Senior security figures warn of the risks of allowing Huawei to access the UK's critical communications network - and Sri Lankan police reveal details of the Easter Sunday bombers.

Duration:00:15:44

Sri Lanka bombings: Were chances missed to prevent it?

4/23/2019
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Hundreds of people were killed in eight blasts on Easter Sunday, but could the authorities have prevented it, if intelligence was passed on correctly? Plus, the “New IRA” says it killed a journalist in Londonderry, and Change UK launches its European election campaign.

Duration:00:16:02

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