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Fatima Manji

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Fatima Manji is a reporter for Channel 4 News
Fatima Manji is a reporter for Channel 4 News

Fatima Manji is a General Reporter. Fatima joined the programme in January 2012 and since then has worked on a variety of stories including the NatWest banking problems, Apple unwittingly encouraging phone theft and returning to her own school to look at job prospects for school leavers.

Before this Fatima was a reporter, presenter and video journalist for the BBC in the East of England, where she investigated stories including exploitative landlords and hate crime against migrants.

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video 19 December 2014 UK

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Record number of A&E patients - video

The 110,000 emergency admissions to England's hospitals last week is an all-time high, making up about a quarter of the total number of patients turning up at A&E.

video 10 December 2014 UK

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Agyness Deyn on her bruising film debut - video

Former fashion model Agyness Deyn tells Channel 4 News about the physical challenges of her first major acting role in Electricity, a film about epilepsy, and what she misses about the UK.

article 05 December 2014 UK, Syria
News
Two Britons jailed over Syria terror offences

Two British men who travelled to Syria to join rebel fighters have been jailed for 12 years and 8 months.

article 29 November 2014 World, Iraq
The man who survived an Islamic State massacre
The man who survived an Islamic State massacre

When the Islamic State captured hundreds of Iraqi soldiers in June, they were subjected to beatings, torture and execution. Only a handful escaped.

article 20 November 2014 UK
John Cass school grab
Muslim faith schools 'may be vulnerable to radicalisation'

Exclusive: pupils at six independent Muslim faith schools in east London may be vulnerable to extremist influences and radicalisation, an Ofsted inspection finds.

video 14 October 2014 Politics

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Save or prosper: use your pension as a bank account - video

The government unveils a new pension reform which will allow people over 55 unlimited access to their pension pot - but critics warn it could leave people struggling in their old age.

article 13 October 2014 World, Bahrain
News
The activists 'hacked' by the government of Bahrain

They came to the UK to seek refuge - but now exiled Bahraini democracy activists have been alarmed to find their online activities may have been under surveillance by the government of Bahrain.

video 17 September 2014 UK, Sudan

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Sudanese migrant clung to bottom of motorhome - video

Paul Coles made a shock discovery when he arrived back from a trip to the continent - a Sudanese teenager who had clung to the bottom of his motorhome in a desperate attempt to migrate to the UK.

video 08 August 2014 UK

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Lib Dems pledge end to drug possession jail time - video

Government drugs policy turns addicts into criminals, the Lib Dems say. They'll promise at the next election to stop jailing people for possession of drugs - spending the money on treatment instead.

article 06 August 2014 UK
Government Wiki edits downplay hgih profile killings
Government Wiki edits downplay high profile killings

A Channel 4 News investigation reveals Wikipedia edits to pages on Jean Charles de Menezes, Lee Rigby and Damilola Taylor made from government computers.

video 01 August 2014 UK

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Does DNA hold the key to beating cancer? - video

Scientists say a landmark project to map the DNA of tens of thousands of patients could revolutionise cancer treatment and consign chemotherapy and its debilitating side effects to medical history.

video 16 July 2014 UK

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Failing care homes to be put in 'special measures' - video

Care homes that fail to deliver a suitable standard of care could be put in "special measures" in a scheme similar to the one regulating poor-performing NHS Trusts. Fatima Manji reports.

video 14 July 2014 UK

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Does sharia allow a man to beat his wife? - video

Sharia court judge Shaykh Haitham Al Haddad is no stranger to controversy. Here, Fatima Manji challenges him over whether or not he thinks it is legitimate for a man to beat his wife.

video 13 July 2014 UK

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An inconvenient tooth: warning for children's teeth - video

Revealed: the number one reason British children are taken to hospital is tooth decay. In the last year almost 500 children a week needed multiple teeth taken out, as Fatima Manji reports.

video 06 July 2014 World, Saudi Arabia

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Life with the late king of Saudi Arabia - video

What was life like with the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia? A British woman who claims she was married to him, and who has just won the first stage of a legal battle against his heir, speaks out.

video 27 June 2014 UK

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New breakthrough in breast cancer detection - video

Scientists believe they are in the early stages of developing a new way of predicting whether women are more likely to develop breast cancer.

video 25 May 2014 UK

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Nobel win activist pulls out of Oxford Union speech - video

Human rights activist Tawakkol Karman becomes the latest big name to pull out of speaking at the Oxford Union after its president was investigated by police over allegations of rape.

article 03 May 2014 World, Nigeria
News
#BringBackOurGirls: protest over Nigerian kidnappings

A protest is held in London to demand the Nigerian government do more to rescue more than 200 school girls abducted by militants.

video 18 April 2014 UK, Syria

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Teenage British Jihadi killed in Syria - video

The father of an 18-year-old Briton killed in Syria reveals that his two other sons are also there. Abubaker Deghayes tells Channel 4 News they went without the family's blessing.