Aubrey Allegretti, Sky News

Aubrey Allegretti

Sky News

United Kingdom

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Recent:
  • Sky News
Past:
  • Huffington Post UK
  • The Independent

Recent articles by Aubrey:

Labour a 'welcoming refuge' for antisemitism under Corbyn, says Jewish group's dossier

The party says allegations staffers were instructed to "lie" when delivering complaints to the leader's office are "untrue". → Read More

General election: Hugh Grant confronted by anti-racism protesters for backing Labour candidate

The Love Actually star is touring constituencies backing candidates from a range of parties running against the Conservatives. → Read More

London Bridge terror attack victim Jack Merritt's father launches veiled attack on Boris Johnson

Dave Merritt says his son wanted a world where "we do not slash prison budgets, and where we focus on rehabilitation not revenge". → Read More

General election: Is it time to ban 'fake newspaper' political ads?

The Society of Editors tells Sky News it wants reform to stop parties "aping" existing publications. → Read More

General election: Plaid Cymru calls for Wales to be 'cradle of green industrial revolution'

Leader Adam Price is pushing for a "final referendum" on Brexit, saying: "We must defeat the hope-crushing wrecking ball." → Read More

General election: Corbyn ally admits some voters have 'reservations' about him

The shadow education secretary says she accepts "every single leader of every political party is not everyone's tastes". → Read More

General election: Chancellor Sajid Javid downgrades Boris Johnson's low-paid workers' savings pledge

The prime minister claims people will get £500 more a year, but the man running the Treasury disagrees. → Read More

General election: Jo Swinson brands Boris Johnson serial liar at Liberal Democrat manifesto launch

She claims the Conservative leader only cares about himself and lays into Jeremy Corbyn for his Brexit stance. → Read More

General election: Boris Johnson delays corporation tax cuts

He says the change meant to come into force on 1 April 2020 will be pushed back to keep money for other "priorities". → Read More

General election: High Court to hear legal challenge against TV debate excluding some party leaders

The SNP's Ian Blackford complains "viewers are being deprived of the opportunity to make their own decisions". → Read More

General election: Here's what happened on day 11 of the campaign

In a sentence, in a paragraph and in 100 words - Sky News tells you what you need to know about what's happened in the election. → Read More

General election: Tories being 'economical with the truth' over Brexit Party jobs denial

Ben Habib claimed "it has been going on without a shadow of a doubt" in an interview with Sophy Ridge On Saturday. → Read More

General Election: David Gauke says Conservative majority would be 'detrimental' to country

The former cabinet minister says Boris Johnson's party is not being "straight with people", as he backs another referendum. → Read More

General election: Here's what happened on day seven of the campaign

In a sentence, in a paragraph and in 100 words - Sky News tells you what you need to know about what's happened in the election. → Read More

Labour says it has been hit by 'large scale cyber attack'

Sky News' technology correspondent says "this is not the kind of surgical attack which nation-state actors tend to be known for". → Read More

General election: Six years free education for adults pledged by Labour ahead of Jeremy Corbyn speech

The party wants to give over-18s skills to tackle climate change and help them stop being shut out of work by automation. → Read More

General election: Tory candidate Antony Calvert steps down over foodbank and race comments

He reportedly said that if ex-Libyan dictator Gaddafi wanted to "wander the streets unrecognised" he should have gone to Bradford. → Read More

US Mormons flee Mexico for Arizona after nine killed in 'massacre' by drug cartels

The community is packing everything it can into vehicles and heading north to re-settle, according to family members. → Read More

John Bercow: David Cameron thinks people like him are 'born to rule'

The former speaker refuses to reveal how he will vote in the upcoming general election on 12 December. → Read More

General Election: Tories silent over total election spend pledge after attack on Labour

The business minister says he won't "bandy around figures", after being accused of "absolutely ludicrous" sums. → Read More