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article 30 January 2015 UK
On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the
by Sir Winston Churchill: a great - but flawed - Briton

On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the "greatest Briton" is once again being debated. What were his successes and failures?

post 30 January 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Churchill had his flaws - but his legacy is with us today

Nobody can turn kitsch into culture like the British establishment - but the re-run of Winston Churchill's funeral was something really rather weird.

video 30 January 2015 Politics

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Vince Cable on coalitions past and future - video

Lib Dem Business Secretary Vince Cable discusses his party's election prospects, the coalition with the Conservatives, and the possibility of a future coalition government, with Cathy Newman.

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The funeral of Winston Churchill - in colour

A million people lined the streets of London 50 years to watch Winston Churchill's funeral cortege. Channel 4 News trawled deep into the archives to find footage from the day.

article 30 January 2015 World, Iraq
Islamic State's new global tactics
by Islamic State's 'exceedingly dangerous' new tactics

The killing of at least 30 security personnel in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula could be more than just jihadist violence - but an indication of new and dangerous tactics from the Islamic State group.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Burglars who viciously beat academic get long jail terms

Four burglars who brutally attacked university professor Paul Kohler in an eight-minute assault have received sentences of up to 19 years.

article 30 January 2015 UK, Australia
News
Does live TV aid terrorists?

Scotland Yard has asked TV stations not to "expose tactics" by broadcasting live images in the middle of a terrorist siege. Are such fears founded? Channel 4 News weighs up the arguments.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Late risers: slow off the mark but first to finish line

Can the time you wake up really affect your sporting performance - even making the difference between winning or losing an Olympic medal? Research from the University of Birmingham says it can.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Boris Johnson: 'Jihadists are obsessed with porn'

Boris Johnson says he doesn't regret calling religious extremists lured by organisations such as Islamic State are "w*****s" who are obsessed with pornography.

article 30 January 2015 Business
News
Younger workers' wages worst hit by downturn

Men have been hit the hardest and suffered the biggest falls in wages as a result of the financial crisis, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

article 30 January 2015 World, United States
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Suge Knight questioned after hit-and-run death

Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was being interviewed by authorities early today, officials said, hours after he was named as a suspect in a hit-and-run that killed one person near Los Angeles.

article 30 January 2015 United States
News
John McCain: 'Get out of here, you low-life scum'

WATCH: Senator John McCain erupts at anti-war protesters attempting a citizen's arrest on former secretary of state Henry Kissinger during a committee hearing on global security.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
'Prisons are awash with drugs of all types'

There is a growing crisis in British prisons with violence, self-harm and prisoner suicide on the rise. Blogger "Alex Cavendish", who served time in six different prisons, believes he knows why.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Obesity rates 'levelling off', but are kids losing weight?

A rapid rise in childhood obesity may be starting to slow down - but researchers say there are still no grounds for complacency.

article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Ice warning after 'thundersnow' storms pelt Britain

Ice poses the major threat today, although remnants of the snow storms could clip the south east of England, the Met Office says.

article 30 January 2015 World, Egypt
News
Islamic State's Egypt wing claims deadly Sinai attack

Three attacks by suspected Islamic State militants kill 27 people in Egypt's northern Sinai province, medical and security sources say.

post 29 January 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy Shell resumes Arctic drilling plans

The energy giant Royal Dutch Shell is reviving plans to drill in the Arctic, saying the world needs new sources of oil. Environmentalists say the risks are too high.

article 29 January 2015 The Netherlands
News
Gunman arrested after taking Dutch tv station off air: video

VIDEO: Dramatic footage of the moment police move in to detain a man who entered the offices of the Dutch national broadcaster, demanding to go on air.

article 29 January 2015 UK
Michael Spurr, head of prisons in England and Wales
100 prison staff disciplined or excluded in past year

Michael Spurr, the man in charge of prisons in England and Wales, tells Channel 4 News he is dealing with "a very different dynamic in prisons today" but insists prisons are "not out of control".

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"We do not want a war but we are not afraid of it… the Israelis must also understand this very well"

Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, speaking at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general, killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on 18 January.

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