Show:

post 27 September 2016
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Presidential debate: the verdict on campus

I watched the Presidential debate with about 100 students at Stony Brook University, Long Island, where Iżm on a one-semester fellowship. At least here they were allowed to cheer and clap, unlike the

post 26 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Labour leadership angers GMB union with fracking announcement

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn needs votes from the GMB union - but his views on Trident and fracking could be problematic.

post 26 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Labour's new balance of power gives hope to anti-Corbyn MPs

Jeremy Corbyn may have cemented his position as Labour leader but the arguments continue over who holds sway in the party's ruling committee.

post 25 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Corbyn's critics waiting for the olive branch

Jeremy Corbyn is talking about extending an olive branch to his defeated MPs but his opponents say they haven't seen it yet.

post 24 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Jeremy Corbyn increases his majority

Jeremy Corbyn has increased his majority, a pretty rare feat his team say. His share of the vote has gone up from 59.5 per cent to 61.8 per cent, largely thanks to an increased share of the members'

post 23 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Doomed Smith challenge a dream for Team Corbyn

Owen Smith's tilt at the Labour leadership gave Jeremy Corbyn a welcome "shot in the arm", says his team.

post 23 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Boris, Jim and Theresa

On Theresa May's flight to New York one official on her team joked he'd issued instructions that Boris Johnson was to be "rugby tackled" if he looked like he was leaving their section of the plane to

post 22 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Trump: recommended reading

US analysts are still predicting a Clinton victory, but Donald Trump is gaining ground.

post 20 September 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck Q&A: do disabled people get a raw deal?

We know some disabled people are angry about changes to the benefits system. What are the facts?

post 20 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Theresa May's first address at the 'superbowl of espionage'

We are awaiting Theresa May's first address to the UN. The UN's mind is elsewhere. The attack on a humanitarian convoy in Syria has dominated the coverage here. Also President Obama's farewell.

post 19 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Theresa May's UN message on refugees

Like her predecessor, Mrs May will emphasise that the solutions lay in the regions where the refugee crises are at their worst.

video 16 September 2016 World, United States

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

Students to be 'excluded' if they don't stand for US anthem

A US high school principal says students will be excluded if they don't stand for the US national anthem. The students are supporting a quarterback who remained seated to protest police brutality.

post 15 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Hinkley: Government approves £18bn nuclear power station plant

Theresa May has completed her fresh look at the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station and it's now been signed off.

post 14 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Oliver Letwin: how to negotiate Brexit

Failing to keep financial services in the Single Market would be a "massive blow" says Oliver Letwin. But he thinks there's a way of getting the deal the City needs.

post 14 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Juncker on Brexit: forget a la carte single market access

A slap-down for Theresa May's ambitions for a bespoke Brexit deal? European Commission President Juncker today ruled out "a la carte access to the Single Market".

post 13 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron stands down as MP 'to avoid Brexit debates'

Camilla Cavendish, head of policy for David Cameron in No. 10, says it's the thought of sitting through Brexit debates in parliament that drove David Cameron out of parliament.

post 12 September 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron quits as MP

Mr Cameron has talked to friends about the need to avoid the bad publicity Mr Blair has had from jetting around the world and picking up massive cheques from various individuals and regimes.

article 12 September 2016 UK
News
Alex Thomson by Orgreave: operational orders 'were wrong' - former officer

A former police officer involved in the Orgreave clashes during the miners' strike says he was ordered to carry out instructions he believed were wrong, but he refused to go along with them.

post 12 September 2016
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Parliament is falling down: what goes on inside needs repair too

The flummery, obscurity, ya-booing, and the rest, for all its theatrical entertainment, suggest a state living in the Dark Ages.

Channel 4 News

20 DAYS AGO
87 DAYS AGO
95 DAYS AGO
95 DAYS AGO
144 DAYS AGO
159 DAYS AGO
165 DAYS AGO
168 DAYS AGO

Private cosmetic surgery clinics are a booming business, but how
well-regulated are they? Channel 4 News has been investigating what
happens to patients who have been left scarred and in pain.

179 DAYS AGO
182 DAYS AGO
183 DAYS AGO

“We are taking on the kind of cartoonish notions a lot of people around the world have about Irish music…it’s kind of…

Posted by Channel 4 News on Monday, March 28, 2016
183 DAYS AGO