David Doyle


article 22 April 2014 UK, South Africa
Tough acts to follow
by Six tougher acts to follow than Sir Alex Ferguson

As David Moyes licks his wounds, a victim of his predecessor's success, Channel 4 News would like him to take heart - there are many who have been forced to live in the shadow of "giants".

article 09 April 2014 UK
Sajid Javid and a portrait of Margaret Thatcher
by Who is Sajid Javid, high-flying 'Muslim heir to Maggie'?

There are few MPs who can claim to have benefited from the expenses scandal  but the new Culture Secretary Sajid Javid is perhaps one of them.

article 19 March 2014 UK
Happy George and Grumpy George
by Quiz: are you a #Budget2014 winner?

From pensions to pints - answer the questions in the Channel 4 News quiz to find out how you have won, or lost out, in George Osborne's latest budget.

article 18 March 2014 World, Ukraine
Tupac Shakur (picture: Getty)
by 'I don't need a visa to hear Tupac': Russians mock sanctions

The United States and the European Union have placed sanctions on a number of individuals connected to the "illegitimate" annexation of Crimea - but the response is often laughter.

article 14 March 2014 World, Ukraine
Syria anniversary: the impact of barrel bombs
by What happened in Syria when the world was not watching

With the eyes of the world on Ukraine, an escalated campaign of barrel bombings by the regime of Bashar al-Assad has led to the indiscriminate killing of men, women and children in Syria.

article 27 February 2014 World
by Bit for purpose? Why Mt. Gox is not the end of bitcoin

The shutdown at Mt. Gox has spread alarm across the bitcoin community, with speculation that problems at such a major exchange could spell the end for the digital currency  but is this the case?

article 26 February 2014 World, Japan
Bitcoin trader Kolin Burges outside Mt. Gox on Wednesday (picture: Getty)
by Mt. Gox protester: Bitcoin will emerge 'stronger'

A Briton who has been protesting at Mt. Gox, fearing he may have lost bitcoins worth hundreds of thousands of dollars held at the exchange, tells Channel 4 News the industry needs more regulation.

article 31 January 2014 World, Syria
A sign pointing to Damascus (picture: Getty)
by Don't allow Britons back from Syria - survey

Half of people polled in a Channel 4 News survey have said that Britons who travel to Syria to get involved in the country's civil war should not be allowed to return.

video 24 January 2014 Technology

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How Apple's Macintosh changed computing - video

The iconic Apple Macintosh was launched 30 years ago today. Paul Marc Davis, who runs an Apple museum in London, demonstrates the machine and explains why it was a milestone in personal computing.