Sky News White House briefing for Senators on North Korea 2017-04-26T01:30:00.000000000+01:00 Top Trump administration officials will hold a rare briefing at the White House on Wednesday for the entire US Senate on the situation in North Korea. PM set for Brexit showdown with EU chiefs 2017-04-25T22:47:00.000000000+01:00 Theresa May is to hold her first major showdown with Brussels chiefs since calling a General Election in a bid to strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations. Teen who lost legs in crash thanks 'hero' sister 2017-04-25T21:47:00.000000000+01:00 A teenage racing driver who lost both his legs after a horrific crash has said it is his sister who is the "one true hero". Hyde Park bombing families seek civil prosecution 2017-04-25T21:25:00.000000000+01:00 The families of soldiers killed in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing have launched a campaign to raise money for a civil prosecution. Labour promises 'underpaid' NHS staff a pay rise 2017-04-25T20:50:00.000000000+01:00 Labour will deliver a pay rise to NHS staff if it wins the General Election, scrapping the existing cap on salaries as part of a three-point pledge for the health service. Met Police rules out its only McCann suspects 2017-04-25T20:07:00.000000000+01:00 The only four official suspects investigated by the Met Police over the abduction of Madeleine McCann have been ruled out of the inquiry. Mirror Group settles phone-hacking claims 2017-04-25T19:54:00.000000000+01:00 Dozens of celebrities have received damages and an apology from Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) over phone-hacking. Man, 81, held over sex abuse in youth football 2017-04-25T19:36:00.000000000+01:00 An 81-year-old man has been charged by police in Scotland investigating alleged historical sexual abuse in youth football. How Wikitribune's creator plans to beat fake news 2017-04-25T19:32:00.000000000+01:00 Fake news relies on armies of eager - or unwitting - volunteers willing to spread information. Which sounds a bit like Jimmy Wales's plan to save us from it. Johnson won't take centre stage in Tory campaign 2017-04-25T18:08:00.000000000+01:00 Boris Johnson was undoubtedly the star of the Vote Leave campaign, but the Foreign Secretary looks set to take a more minor role in Theresa May’s election push.