article 09 October 2015 UK
Greg Miskiw: former News of the World journalist speaks out

Channel 4 News has obtained the first television interview with the journalist dubbed the "Prince of Darkness" for his role at the centre of the phone hacking scandal.

post 09 October 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Is Britain sending £350m a week to Brussels?

The Battle over Brexit is on. How much does EU membership cost the UK. Is it worth it?

article 09 October 2015 UK
Houses of parliament
Government commission to consider charging for FOI requests

A Government appointed commission will consider charging the public to submit Freedom Of Information requests, as part of an inquiry into possible changes to legislation.

article 09 October 2015 UK, Sierra Leone
Pauline Cafferkey
Ebola: nurse Pauline Cafferkey in hospital again

A British nurse who contracted the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone is re-admitted to hospital in London due to an "unusual late complication".

article 08 October 2015 UK
Jeremy Hunt tries to reassure junior doctors in contract row

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt attempts to diffuse the junior doctors' contracts row, insisting it is not about saving money or imposing longer hours.

article 08 October 2015 UK, Syria
Nato ready to deploy forces to Turkey

Nato says it is ready to "defend" allies after Russian jets violated Turkish airspace whilst conducting air strikes in Syria.

article 08 October 2015 World, Switzerland
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini (Reuters)
Fifa suspends Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini

The outgoing Fifa president and head of Uefa are provisionally banned from football-related activity for 90 days, along with Fifa secretary-general Jerome Valcke.

article 07 October 2015
Sepp Blatter suspension recommended by Fifa ethics committee

The investigative chamber of the independent Fifa ethics committee has reportedly recommended president Sepp Blatter be suspended for 90 days.

post 07 October 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: David Cameron's conference speech

David Cameron makes his keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference. Does he pass the FactCheck test?

post 07 October 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron tries to return to his liberal Conservatism mission

Long marchers from the 2005 Cameron leadership bid will hope it's a return to his original programme of work, but he now faces divisive and headline-hogging battles.

article 07 October 2015 UK, Russia
Russia claims strikes on Isis from warships

Russia says it has launched rocket strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria from its warships 930 miles away in the Caspian Sea.

article 07 October 2015 UK
Housing crisis: will Cameron's 'national crusade' work?

David Cameron promises a "national crusade" to boost house building, with the aim of helping more people buy their own homes. Why has housing become a crisis?

article 07 October 2015 World
Appeal asks for you to help Yazidi girls who escaped ISIS

Shocking mental trauma, sexual abuse and kidnapping are just some of the horrors inflicted on the Yazidi population of Iraq by ISIS militants. A British charity today launches an appeal to help them.

article 06 October 2015 UK
David Cameron challenged over Saudi Arabian teenager

The Prime Minister indicated that he would try and personally intervene with Saudi Arabian authorities in the case of Ali Mohammed al-Nimr who has been sentenced to death.

post 06 October 2015
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Syria: catching the bus to Islamic State's capital

"If you have a young man of army age in your bus or someone they think is a spy, there's nothing you can do. They take them off the bus, beat them and send them back to Raqqa."

article 06 October 2015 World, Russia
Wreckage in Idlib, Syria, attributed to a Russian air strike (Getty)
Syria: Nato says Russian incursion 'no accident'

Nato rejects Russia's explanation that its incursion into Turkish air space was a mistake and says Moscow is sending more ground troops to Syria.

article 06 October 2015 World
Watch: 'Bombing Isis: on board a US floating fortress'

Artists Richard Mosse, Trevor Tweeten and Ben Frost spend time on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier sending warplanes to bomb ISIS around the clock.

article 06 October 2015 UK
Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson: welfare reforms must protect low paid

London Mayor Boris Johnson challenges his Conservative leadership rival George Osborne to protect the low paid when his welfare reforms are introduced.

article 06 October 2015 UK
Theresa May
Theresa May: high immigration bad for Britain

Home Secretary Theresa May tells the Conservative party conference that high levels of immigration make it "impossible to build a cohesive society".

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Pope Francis has urged the US not to see migrants as ?numbers? but as people.

Speaking to the US Congress the Pope said migrants should be treated ?with the same passion and compassion with which we want to be treated?.


In an exclusive interview with this programme, US Secretary of State John Kerry has confirmed that the American miliitary is talking to its Russian counterpart, as both countries’ involvement in the Syrian civil war deepens.


?I?ve always been obsessed with Titanic?it’s one of the few areas of my life there’s not politics".

The SNP?s Mhairi Black MP spoke to Jon Snow on the anniversary of the Scottish independence referendum.