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post 06 February 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Hilary Benn on seeing the light on Europe

When Britain was last asked to vote on Europe, back in 1975, Hilary Benn was in the No campaign. But, unlike his father, he has since been convinced of the benefits of the EU.

post 05 February 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: where in Britain will Syrian refugees live?

Britain has pledged to take in 40,000 Syrian refugees a year until 2020. Will they, like asylum claimants, end up living in the country's poorest areas?

post 05 February 2016
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Long delays faced by torture victims with asylum claims

"..the most serious failings concerned the way in which allegations of torture were managed." It's the most critical observation by the borders and immigration chief inspector. For David Bolt's repo

article 04 February 2016 UK, Syria
Jack Letts
Darshna Soni by 'Jihadi Jack' has mental health condition, say parents

Jack Letts, nicknamed "Jihadi Jack" by some newspapers, suffers from a serious mental disorder, according to his parents, Channel 4 News can reveal.

post 04 February 2016
Read more from Krishnan Guru-Murthy on Gurublog Massive Attack: putting refugees centre stage

They hate giving interviews, but their latest gigs feature images of the ongoing refugee crisis. Our humanity will be "judged in history" by how we respond, they believe.

article 04 February 2016 UK, Jordan
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Billions pledged for Syrian refugees as peace talks collapse

A London conference aims to raise over 6 billion to help Syria's neighbours provide for thousands of refugees. But in Geneva separate peace talks hoping to end the Syrian conflict collapse.

post 03 February 2016
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Stephen Lawrence suspect is on the run from police

Jamie Acourt's accused of being part of a gang which was earning millions from supplying class B drugs.

post 03 February 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: are most migrants and refugees women and children?

Women and children now outnumber men among people trying to get into Europe, according to a charity. Fact or fiction?

post 03 February 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron: emergency brake will reduce net migration

David Cameron says he is confident that his temporary emergency brake on in-work benefits will reduce net migration.

post 03 February 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Is the PM guilty of Euro-favouritism?

Is the PM favouring departments led by ministers likely to back him over Europe? That's the concern in Whitehall about how the negotiations with the EU played out.

post 02 February 2016
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog French drug trial death: interview with victim's brother

It is exceptionally rare for a clinical trial to go wrong. But when they do go wrong the consequences are devastating

post 02 February 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog EU deal: do the dissenters remain gagged?

The Prime Minister found himself in Wiltshire when the Speaker would've liked him to be speaking to the Commons answering an Urgent Question on the EU draft deal.

post 02 February 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Has Cameron changed his tune on Europe?

The Prime Minister says he has persuaded Brussels to give Britain a blueprint for "substantial change". Reality or rhetoric?

article 02 February 2016
News
HSBC subsidiary hired senior staff with unaccredited degrees

Two senior compliance staff hired by HSBC Saudi Arabia, a subsidiary of the main British bank, have unaccredited business degrees, a Channel 4 News investigation finds.

post 02 February 2016
Read more on Liam's blog Wondering what those mother of pearl clouds are?

Rare, colourful clouds have been seen above the UK in recent days. What are they and what causes them?

post 02 February 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: the truth about the black pay gap

Black graduates earn a quarter less than their white peers, new figures suggest. Rampant racism - or something more complex?

article 02 February 2016
News
Ted Cruz defeats Donald Trump in Iowa

Frontrunner Donald Trump has been dealt a blow as Texas senator Ted Cruz won the Iowa Republican caucuses.

post 01 February 2016
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog EU deal: we could be entering end game

David Cameron would not have sealed the deal he promised in his manifesto but he will argue that he's sealed something comparable, the same ends by different means.

article 01 February 2016 UK, Syria
Tareena Shakil mugshot
British mother who fled the UK to join Islamic State jailed

A British mother who took her child to Syria to join Islamic State fighters has been jailed for six years.

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Michael Moore attacks Trump in open letter

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This CCTV footage shows a man attempting to set fire to Finsbury Park Mosque in North London. Police are calling the incident an “Islamophobic hate crime”.

Attempted arson attack at mosque

This CCTV footage shows a man attempting to set fire to Finsbury Park Mosque in North London. Police are calling the incident an “Islamophobic hate crime”.

Posted by Channel 4 News on Monday, November 30, 2015