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ClimateCast: How do you put a price on nature?

On this week's episode of ClimateCast, Sky News Climate Change Correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter...

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StoryCast '21: EP 14/21 Taking down Saddam

In 2021, Sky News is marking some of the century’s biggest news events through the personal...

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Texas abortion ban: What it means and what happens next

The law change on 1 September has divided opinion and raised many questions about the future of...

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REVISITED: Male grief - life after loss

Earlier this year, we brought you an episode of the Sky News Daily podcast with Dermot Murnaghan...

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Emma Raducanu: The story of the teenage tennis superstar

Until July this year, most of us had never heard her name before - she was a Wimbledon wild card...

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What have and haven't we learned about extremism since 9/11?

Two decades on from the deadliest terror attack on US soil, the effects on air travel,...

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Is the UK giving Australia a free pass on climate?

On this week's episode of Sky News ClimateCast, hosts Anna Jones and Katerina Vittozzi head down...

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9/11 Janice Brooks: Inside the South Tower

Saturday September 11, 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks on the US, which...

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COVID vaccines: To jab or not to jab our kids?

On 3 September, the government advisory group - the JCVI - decided against the mass vaccination...

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Influencers: The ever-growing billion pound industry

In 2021, influencer marketing is expected to grow to be worth $13.8bn (£10bn). In 2017, the...

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REVISITED: Climate crisis – Is India's Himalayan disaster a sign of things to come?

The Met Office's recent State of the Climate report showed 2020 was the first year on record to...

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Britney and conservatorships: Preventing potential abuse

In August, the singer's dad agreed he'd step down as conservator of her estate but it is a story...

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Climate Justice with Mary Robinson

Those who have done the least to cause climate change are those hit hardest by the impacts. So,...

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Rising COVID cases: Winter worries ahead?

As pupils return for the new school year, attentions now are on what will happen with the virus...

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"Poverty Motivates Me": Is university acceptance the key to social mobility?

As schools return, many will hope to replicate this year’s A-Level success, with more A and...

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Women in education: Girls without limits?

No matter what is happening in the world, whether it be the COVID pandemic or a conflict, life -...

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Do Extinction Rebellion have the power to make a difference?

Extinction Rebellion has once again taken to the streets demanding the UK government take urgent...

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A week in Kabul: Face-to-face with the Taliban in Afghanistan

On 12 August, our chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay, producer Dominique van Heerden and camera...

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Tokyo 2020: Are the Paralympics fair? A look at classification

The system puts athletes into categories based on their level of impairment with the aim to level...

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Crisis in Afghanistan: Geopolitical shifts following Taliban takeover

On the Sky News Daily podcast with Dermot Murnaghan - ahead of a virtual G7 meeting led by Boris...

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