The Food Standards Agency (FSA) orders local authorities to test 300 take-away samples after studies show lamb is often replaced with cheaper meat such as beef or chicken.
BA's planes will run on biofuel recycled from London rubbish. It comes as innovation in the aviation industry sees aircraft getting greener, faster and downright weirder than ever.
Benefit delays or benefit sanctions are the major factor driving people to use food banks says the charity that runs hundreds of them across the country.
The government says Britain's recovery is on track as official figures show average pay rises outstripping inflation for the first time in four years and unemployment continuing to fall.
Former editor of the News of the World Andy Coulson tells the hacking trial he was "shocked" to hear voicemails of David Blunkett "declaring his love" for a married woman.
Until he was exposed by using an incorrect pigment, Wolfgang Beltracchi was the world's most successful art forger. Channel 4 News meets the man whose forgeries are now valuable in their own right.
Two people have died and seven have been taken to hospital following a collision involving five vehicles on the M26 motorway in Kent.
Just as the beard has edged its way back into the mainstream, scientists issue a "peak beard" warning to the male of the species. But are too many beards a turn-off? You be the judge.
Ahead of a conference on the Ukraine crisis, Nato says it will reinforce its forces in eastern Europe, with "deployments at sea, in the air, on land" within days.
As we go about our daily lives on the surface, satellites orbit the earth, constantly snapping images from space of our planet below.
Oscar Pistorius stands trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, in South Africa's trial of the century. Follow Channel 4 News for the latest updates from Pretoria.
West Yorkshire Police charge the former chairman of the Co-op bank with two counts of possessing a class A drug and one of possessing a class C drug.
As we saw the crowds gathering round the Ukrainian armoured personnel carriers parked near the railway tracks in Kramatorsk we thought we might encounter a hostile crowd.
As new Trussell Trust figures show that food banks fed almost 1m people last year, Epsom and Ewell food bank manager Jonathan Lees writes from the front line.
Rescue teams resume their search for nearly 280 people - many of them school children - after a ferry capsizes and sinks in South Korea.
Britain's biggest supermarket posts a 6.9 per cent fall in annual profit to £3.05bn - its second straight year of decline.
It is not just protest groups using social media nowadays: governments are getting in on the act - and in unstable eastern Ukraine, Facebook has become a tool of conflict.
Former US Army interpreter Hekmatullah Wahidi learns this week if he can appeal his deportation from the UK. But if he returns to his native Afghanistan, he is "certain" the Taliban will kill him.