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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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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.

video 02 January 2015 Business

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Osborne: 'Competence versus chaos' - video

Chancellor George Osborne tells Channel 4 News voters have a choice between the government's economic competence and the chaos of the alternatives of higher borrowing and higher taxation.

post 25 November 2014
Want to borrow a dog? New safeguards for the sharing economy

Whether you're looking to borrow a dog or even a driveway, tomorrow's report proposes introducing a kitemark into the sharing economy sector.

video 20 November 2014 UK

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RBS fined over IT fiasco - video

RBS is fined 56m for an IT problem that left one in ten locked out of their accounts. The regulators who imposed the fine say it's big enough to make the bank "sit up and take notice".

post 17 November 2014
My Vine mishap made me realise technology has overtaken me

No doubt fairly soon I'll commit another horrendous faux-pas akin to my topsy-turvy Vine gaffe.

post 06 November 2014
The UK's fight against sexual violence must not falter

William Hague was at the forefront of battling sexual violence against women - but a change of jobs should not be allowed to scupper the campaign.

video 29 October 2014 Culture

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Christopher Nolan on his latest film: Interstellar - video

British director Christopher Nolan talks to Channel 4 News about his latest film - an epic story of Man trying to find new life in outer space, because Earth is dying.

post 28 October 2014
Here's why there's every reason to get radical on equal pay

As companies are put under pressure to up their game in tackling the gender pay gap, few seem to be doing any more than paying lip service to a desire to solve the problem.

post 08 October 2014
Why Ukip has a problem with women

While the Ukip leader Nigel Farage has rightly said he won't "pretend" to win over women voters, he should perhaps search a little harder for his inner feminist.

post 30 September 2014
Julia Gillard: why I made my misogyny speech

No wonder Julia Gillard admits to be consumed by "murderous rages" about the sexism she endured in office. And no wonder it took its toll on her. But it struck a chord that still resonates.

article 25 September 2014 UK
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Chlorine contamination at NHS flagship sparks investigation

Police were called in to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham after the discovery of high levels of chlorine in water and concerns of a possible link to the deaths of two patients.

post 09 September 2014
Indyref countdown: 'It's a battle between my head and my heart'

There are only days to go before the referendum, and the pace shows no signs of slowing. Even when it involves climbing to the top of Arthur's Seat.

video 05 September 2014 World, United States

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Albino cobra recaptured after four days - video

Los Angeles animal care officials recapture a venomous albino cobra snake that had been on the loose for four days. It is believed the reptile attacked a dog while free.

post 03 September 2014
Ukip's Douglas Carswell 'showered with supportive texts' from Tories

"I won't be lonely" says Ukip's new poster boy, Tory defector Douglas Carswell, as he reveals he's been sent many supportive messages from former colleagues.

post 24 August 2014
Sarah Waters: how grim reality of war changed women's lives

If the lives of UK women, and especially lesbian women, are very different now, there's a very contemporary relevance to Waters' reflections on the futility of war and the terrible toll it exacted.

video 08 August 2014 World, Iraq

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'Iraq has been screaming out for this help' - video

Ali Khedery, a former American official in Iraq, Rosa Burc, a Yezidi and the head of the Kurdish society at SOAS, and Zuhair Al-Naher, a spokesman for the ruling Shia party in Iraq, debate.