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article 02 March 2015 UK
Yarl's Wood: undercover in the secretive immigration centre
Yarl's Wood undercover investigation

Special feature: Channel 4 News goes undercover in Yarl's Wood to reveal, for the first time, what life is like inside the UK's notorious immigration removal centre.

article 03 March 2015 UK, Syria
Mohammed Emwazi: MI5 tried to put words in my mouth
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In a recording from 2009, Mohammed Emwazi - aka Jihadi John - describes how he was questioned by MI5 after being refused entry to Tanzania and tells how he felt his interrogator was threatening him.

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post 03 March 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology The empty middle - and why your job's not as safe as you thought

By removing barriers to entry into markets like music recording, the internet is polarising traditional businesses between haves and have-nots. And don't think you won't be affected.

article 03 March 2015 UK
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Watch Michael Sheen's impassioned speech on NHS

Actor Michael Sheen delivers a rousing speech in defence of the NHS during a St David's day rally.

article 03 March 2015 World, Russia
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Watch live: Boris Nemtsov laid to rest in Moscow

Hundreds of Russians, many carrying red carnations, attend the funeral of Boris Nemtsov, the Kremlin critic who was shot dead last week.

article 03 March 2015 UK
Police searching for teenager Becky Watts, who went missing from her Bristol home a week ago, say they have found body parts in a house.
Becky Watts search: body parts found by police

Police searching for teenager Becky Watts, who went missing from her Bristol home a week ago, say they have found body parts in a house.

article 03 March 2015 UK
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Oxford paedophile ring: 370 girls 'faced abuse'

More than 300 "white British girls" and young women may have been exploited by abusers in Oxfordshire from 1999-2014, a serious case review finds.

article 03 March 2015 UK
Harmondsworth detention centre, near Heathrow (Reuters)
Cap immigration detention at 28 days, say MPs

Immigration detention should be limited to 28 days, according to a parliamentary report, which also says Home Office officials are failing to follow guidance that detention should be used sparingly.

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Homeless man shot by LAPD officer

A mobile phone recording of another "officer involved shooting" shows a black man being wrestled to the ground by four police officers before being shot.

video 02 March 2015 World, Kuwait

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'Jihadi John' - a model worker? - video

Channel 4 News has tracked down the Kuwaiti IT company that once employed Mohammed Emwazi - now known as "Jihadi John" - and where fellow workers regarded him as a sound colleague.

video 02 March 2015 UK

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Targeting living wage for carers - video

Channel 4 News gets an exclusive look at a plan by the Resolution Foundation to have the living wage paid to every home care worker, a sector blighted by low pay.

post 02 March 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: can Cameron solve the housing crisis?

Everyone wants to build more houses but nothing has worked so far. Has David Cameron got the answer?

article 02 March 2015 UK
Adam Johnson (Reuters)
England footballer Adam Johnson in underage sex arrest

Sunderland and England winger Adam Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.

post 02 March 2015
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Kazuo Ishiguro: 'Every time I write a novel I feel I have got away with it'

It's quite something to hear Ishiguro, one of Britain's most celebrated contemporary novelists, talk about his trade with such disarming modesty.

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Tikrit, where liberation from IS could bring yet more pain

A combined force of Iraqi army, Shia militia and Kurdish peshmerga is trying to retake Tikrit from IS. But it is more likely to want vengeance than an orderly retaking of the area.

article 02 March 2015 World, Russia
Boris Nemtsov in 2013 (Getty Images)
Russia's opposition after Nemtsov - the key questions

What does the future hold for Russian politics after one of its most prominent opposition activists was gunned down in front of CCTV cameras, just 200 metres from the Kremlin?

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Ex Machina: a dangerous diversion in the AI debate

Ex Machina was meant to be a thrilling expose of the dangers of artificial intelligence - in fact the film simply revealed how limited our conceptions of AI really are.

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog 'A baby died an avoidable death': one family's fight for justice

Although the inquiry looks only at Morecambe Bay, it is clear that many of the problems the families faced following the deaths of their babies are far from unique.

post 02 March 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron's housing subsidy: who pays?

On the face of it, the answer to the question 'who pays?' for the 20 per cent 'subsidy' could be 'the local council.'

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