Channels
CHANNEL 4 4SEVEN E4 MORE4 FILM4 4MUSIC 4oD
article 27 December 2014 UK
How Twitter reacted to rail travel misery
News

Trains in and out of King's Cross station are cancelled leading to overcrowding and misery for commuters at Finsbury Park.

Show:

video 27 December 2014 World, Iraq

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Meet the Islamic State teen who refused to detonate device

A teenager sent to carry out a suicide bombing by Islamic State is being paraded by Iraqi officials after he refused to detonate the device.

video 27 December 2014 UK

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Former minister - 'decriminalise drugs to cut use' - video

The former Home Office minister Norman Baker attacks Theresa May over edits he says were made to a drugs report and says the government should move away from punitive drugs policies.

video 27 December 2014 UK

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Can abandoned churches find a new secular life? - video

Anglican congregations continue to shrink and many churches are closing their doors. So what happens to those unused historic buildings? Nulufar Hedayat finds out.

article 27 December 2014 UK
News
How the weather and travel chaos could affect your journey

Snow and blizzards sweep through large parts of Britain, leaving many travellers stranded due to icy conditions.

article 27 December 2014 UK
News
Gamers get back online after Christmas Day outages

Millions of gamers can finally pick their joypads back up as services on Microsoft's Xbox Live and Sony's Playstation Network are restored after a suspected attack took both down over Christmas.

article 27 December 2014 UK, Ireland
News
N Ireland: Thatcher 'couldn't understand' civil rights calls

Margaret Thatcher didnt understand why Irish nationalists in Northern Ireland were seeking more rights and feared that allowing them to express their identity would provoke a British Asian uprising.

article 27 December 2014 UK
News
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by Crystal Palace sack Warnock as manager after 16 games

And so it begins. The first sacking of the Premier League season.

video 26 December 2014 UK

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Are the Boxing Day sales as busy as usual? - video

New figures show fewer people made the big rush to pick up post-Christmas bargains, with footfall down 10 per cent.

video 26 December 2014 World, Indonesia

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

The Boxing Day tsunami 10 years on - video

Remembrance ceremonies have been held to commemorate the Boxing Day tsunami which swept across the Indian Ocean in 2004, killing an estimated 230,000 people.

article 26 December 2014 UK
News
Doctors urge ban on alcohol sport sponsorship

A group of more than 30 health leaders says exposing alcohol sponsorship to children is creating links between drinking brands and sport.

article 26 December 2014 World, Saudi Arabia
News
Saudi women defying driving ban sent to terrorism court

Two women from Saudi Arabia have been referred to a court established to try terrorism cases, after being held for defying a ban on women driving cars.

article 26 December 2014 UK
News
City Link announces 'disgraceful' Christmas day job losses

Parcel delivery group City Link announces on Christmas day that nearly 3,000 workers are facing redundancy as the company falls into administration - a move branded "disgraceful" by the RMT union.

article 26 December 2014 UK
News
Severe weather warning issued for large parts of UK

The Met Office warns of ice, snow and severe temperatures as low as minus 10 between Boxing Day and new year's eve.

article 25 December 2014 World, United States
News
Berkeley shooting 'was not like Ferguson'

The shooting of a black teenager in Berkeley should not be compared to the controversial death of Michael Brown in nearby Ferguson, says the town's mayor, after police confronted more fierce rioting.

video 25 December 2014 World, China

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

The great Hong Kong cash grab - video

Passers-by scramble to grab wads of cash that spilled from a delivery van in Hong Kong carrying banknotes worth 3m. Authorities - somewhat hopefully - appealed for the cash to be returned.

article 25 December 2014 World, Iraq
News
Islamic State did not shoot down Jordanian plane, US says

A Jordanian jet fighter pilot is taken prisoner by the Islamic State after his plane crashed, but the US dispels claims from the militants they shot it down.

article 25 December 2014 World, Guinea
News
Sierra Leone imposes three-day Ebola lockdown

Sierra Leone's north has been locked down over Christmas for at least three days in an attempt to contain the spread of the devastating Ebola virus.

post 24 December 2014
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog After plane crash, pressure grows for ground troops to be used against IS

Expect Gen Dempsey and many other voices to grow louder in the coming weeks that more must be done with ground forces if IS is to be dislodged.

Channel 4 News

2 HOURS AGO

"History shows that the Irish, whether the Scottish-Irish or the Irish-Irish, don’t like to move. However, they all seem to be terribly happy to move to Britain" - Margaret Thatcher in 1984: http://bit.ly/1A06Kz7

The former prime minister was speaking to her Irish counterpart, whom she told she did not understand Irish nationalists’ calls for more civil rights.

5 HOURS AGO

Services at King’s Cross and Paddington cancelled and Finsbury Park closed.See more pics:http://bit.ly/1x9jfIT

5 HOURS AGO
1 DAY AGO
1 DAY AGO
1 DAY AGO
2 DAYS AGO
2 DAYS AGO
2 DAYS AGO
3 DAYS AGO
3 DAYS AGO
3 DAYS AGO