Cathy Newman

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Cathy Newman joined Channel 4 News in January 2006.

Cathy Newman presents Channel 4 News.

She spent over a decade in Fleet Street, latterly with the Financial Times. Since joining Channel 4 News in 2006 she has broadcast a string of investigations and scoops, including harassment allegations against the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard. She also writes about politics for the Telegraph.

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post 29 June 2015
Geri Halliwell on the enduring power of Audrey Hepburn

God, the film maker Billy Wilder once remarked, had kissed Audrey Hepburn on the cheek. Wandering round the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition of photographs of the film star, "Portraits of an

article 16 June 2015 World, United States
Rachel Dolezal parents
Rachel Dolezal parents: 'She is not at peace'

Following Rachel Dolezal's comments on NBC, her parents Larry and Ruthanne Dolezal hit back in an interview with Cathy Newman on Channel 4 News saying that she is lying.

post 15 June 2015
What would you do if you only had weeks to live?

Moira Dixon is 53 and has just weeks to live. And although she says she feels "sad all the time", her decision to "live in the now" has brought unexpected happiness.

post 11 June 2015
Sir Tim Hunt comments: just a little bit sexist?

Sir Tim Hunt hasn't quit because a baying mob demanded it. He's quit because his university couldn't stomach the sexism of his remarks about "girls" in the lab.

article 05 June 2015 World
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Chrissy Chambers: I am a victim of revenge porn

YouTuber Chrissy Chambers tells Channel 4 News she felt "the world collapse around her" when she found out explicit videos of her had been posted online.

post 26 May 2015
Tampons should not be taxed. Period.

Australia appears to be leading the way in abolishing the so-called "tampon tax" - so why does the UK taxman still class "sanitary products" as "luxuries"?

post 14 May 2015
Women in Labour: will this pregnant pause ever end?

Despite a commitment to women's rights from the outset, the Labour party has yet to have a female leader. Could that be about to change?

post 07 May 2015
The exit poll - kicking off a night to remember

I was expecting surprises. But I thought I knew what kind of surprises. That exit poll left me momentarily stunned, and the guys in the graphics department so gobsmacked it took them a while to punch

post 20 April 2015
Will Milimania end the way Cleggmania did?

Labour spinners frantically retweeting the hen party selfies (#Ed #henparty #adorable #lovely) should remember what happened to Cleggmania in the privacy of the ballot box.

article 30 March 2015 Politics
George Osborne interviewed by Cathy Newman on Channel 4 News
Is Osborne committed to extra 30bn for NHS by 2020?

Chancellor George Osborne tells Channel 4 News his party is committed to the NHS. Does that include the extra 30bn a year for the service by 2020 promised by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt?

article 28 March 2015 UK
Max Levitas
Max Levitas: from fighting fascists to fighting the council

Max Veritas, 99, fought Oswald Mosley's fascists in Cable Street nearly eighty years ago. Now he is fighting again - a demand for 25,000 from his local council.

post 25 March 2015
Sexting, depression and ambition - Brooks Newmark MP in his own words

Forced to resign as a minister after being caught sexting in a newspaper sting, MP Brooks Newmark tells Cathy Newman he accepts "full responsibility" for his own downfall.

post 02 March 2015
Kazuo Ishiguro: 'Every time I write a novel I feel I have got away with it'

It's quite something to hear Ishiguro, one of Britain's most celebrated contemporary novelists, talk about his trade with such disarming modesty.

video 01 February 2015 UK

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Mosque open days to ease 'tensions around terrorism' - video

Dozens of mosques throw open their doors to the public today - offering tea and an insight into how they are run in a bid to ease tensions.

video 01 February 2015 UK

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Have Gove's education measures been 'watered down?' - video

Cathy Newman tests education minister Nick Gibb on his numeracy, after Nicky Morgan proposed new measures for schoolchildren. He denies that plans for more rigorous testing have been "watered down".

video 30 January 2015 Politics

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Cable: pessimism on Lib Dems 'wildly exaggerated' - video

Business Secretary Vince Cable says the Lib Dem pact with the Tories "was something we had to do" for the national interest, but slams their current approach on tackling the deficit.

post 20 January 2015
The Sun: from naked breasts to barely-there bikinis

The Sun has waited until the idea of displaying women's breasts in a family newspaper is so laughable it can't claim any credit whatsoever for moving with the times.

post 16 January 2015
Why Labour should be worried by the rise of the Greens

When the Greens lambast "austerity and welfare cuts" and bang on about "privatisation of essential services", it's traditional Labour voters who may well be sitting up and listening.

post 10 January 2015
Finally some hope for victims as rape trials soar

For years, the British police have had a problem with rape. Investigations falter, forces record allegations as "no crime", and women are reluctant to come forward with claims in the first place.