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Carl Dinnen

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Carl Dinnen is a reporter for Channel 4 News
Carl Dinnen is a reporter for Channel 4 News

Carl Dinnen is a general reporter, he also focuses on Defence and Irish Affairs.

Carl's report on the Japanese Tsunami was part of BAFTA winning C4 News in 2012. In that year he also exclusively revealed the number of British Military children to have lost parents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Carl reported from Norway in the days following the massacre on Utoya and from Dublin during the Queen's historic visit.

Previously Carl has been Channel 4 News Midlands Correspondent and Ireland Correspondent for GMTV.

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video 10 December 2012 UK, Australia

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Dead nurse 'a loving mother and wife' - video

Keith Vaz MP calls Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who apparently committed suicide after the royal hoax call, "a loving mother and wife'" after meeting her family at the houses of parliament.

28 November 2012
28 November 2012
21 November 2012
09 November 2012
09 November 2012
08 November 2012
article 19 October 2012 UK, Scotland
Alex Salmond faces an SNP rebellion over Nato membership (Reuters)
Salmond faces rebellion over Scotland remaining in Nato

With polls suggesting public support for Nato in Scotland, the SNP is to debate dropping its 30-year-old opposition to membership of the organisation.

video 11 October 2012

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Scallop wars: Row between French and British fishermen

British fishing boats are reported to have come under attack from French fishermen in a row over scallop fishing in the English Channel. Carl Dinnen reports.

06 October 2012
article 06 October 2012 UK
British soldier in Afghanistan (Reuters)
Army wrongly advised soldiers over disciplinary hearings

Exclusive: British commanders were unaware of the serious implications that follow from disciplinary findings against foreign and Commonwealth soldiers until they were reported by Channel 4 News.

article 28 September 2012 UK
Protestant parade (Getty)
Tensions rise in Belfast ahead day of Ulster parades

The Ulster Covenant wasn't the only thing that led to the birth of Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom, but it was one of the main ones.

article 24 September 2012 UK
Exclusive: a serving soldier with the British forces, who is under threat of deportation, tells Channel 4 News that if he is sent back to his homeland he could be imprisoned for being a mercenary.
F&C soldier could face prison if deported

Exclusive: a serving soldier with British armed forces, who is under threat of deportation, tells Channel 4 News that if he is sent back to his homeland he could be imprisoned for being a mercenary.

20 September 2012
20 September 2012
video 17 September 2012 UK, Afghanistan

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Commanders are 'struggling' in Afghanistan

Commanders are struggling to defend Britain's main base in Afghanistan. That was the blunt admission of the defence secretary - as he paid tribute to the latest two soldiers to lose their lives.

10 September 2012
07 September 2012
article 04 September 2012 UK, Ireland
Chief constable Matt Baggot called on community leaders to take action to reduce tensions (Getty)
Trouble flares for second night in Belfast

A second night of serious disorder in Belfast injures 15 police officers - posing an immediate challenge for Theresa Villiers, the new Northern Ireland secretary.