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Jon Snow

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Jon Snow has been the face of Channel 4 News since 1989.

Jon Snow joined ITN in 1976 and became Washington Correspondent in 1984. Since then, he has travelled the world to cover the news – from the fall of the Berlin Wall and the release of Nelson Mandela, to Barack Obama's inauguration and the earthquake in Haiti.

His many awards include the Richard Dimbleby Bafta award for Best Factual Contribution to Television (2005), and Royal Television Society awards for Journalist of the Year (2006) and Presenter of the Year (2009).

As well as presenting the programme, Jon writes Snowblog - a unique take on the day's events - and Snowmail - a preview of the evening programme's main stories.

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video 22 October 2014 UK

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Who are you, Grayson Perry? - video

Jon Snow interviews Grayson Perry at his new exhibition, Who Are You, which features portraits ranging from Chris Huhne to a white Muslim convert.

video 07 October 2014 World, Liberia

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'It is not under control': Ebola in Liberia - video

Oscar Bloh, head of an Ebola taskforce in Liberia, updates Channel 4 News on the situation on the ground - as says the country's citizens do not trust the government to handle the crisis.

video 06 October 2014 UK

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Tracey Emin: 'I align myself with the Tories' - video

Artist Tracey Emin tells Jon Snow that while she is not an establishment person, she prefers the Conservatives to Labour.

video 30 September 2014 UK

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'It's not quantity of immigrants, it's quality' - video

The Conservative cabinet minister Nicky Morgan faces the public at the party's conference in Birmingham, including a European student and a young Tory from Kensington.

article 24 September 2014 UK
Ed Miliband and Jon Snow
Is Ed Miliband ready to become prime minister? - video

Ed Miliband was criticised by the press after his Labour conference speech on Tuesday. Is he a prime minister in waiting?

post 24 September 2014
Last of the Mitford sisters: farewell to Debo Devonshire

With her passing a certain kind of style and age has passed. I feel lucky to have known her.

post 20 September 2014
The going of Alex Salmond

We might have been sitting in an undertaker┐s waiting room. Something was afoot. You could have cut the air with a knife.

post 19 September 2014
The unmentionable House of Lords: key to a federal Britain?

Constitutional reform proposals are flooding out of No. 10 (without much consultation it seems) in the wake of the Scottish referendum. So is now the time for much needed House of Lords reform?

post 19 September 2014
Scotland's message to Westminster

The referendum campaign has been an intoxicating democratic exercise in democracy. It represented something of a revolt against the Westminster elite.

video 17 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref face-off: Danny Alexander v Nicola Sturgeon - video

"Scotland is one of the richest country's in the world" argues the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander promises that there will be more powers for Scotland.

video 16 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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#indyref: 'we've had two yes tattoos' - video

Jon Snow spends the day in Shettleston, in Glasgow's working class east end, to speak to a community split over the Scottish independence referendum decision.

video 15 September 2014 UK, Scotland

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Salmond: 'I haven't created divisions in Scotland' - video

Alex Salmond accuses newspapers of trying to drag the Queen into the Scottish independence debate, and, as a betting man, gives his odds on his campaign winning.

post 15 September 2014
Scots referendum: how democratic is the process?

A simple majority in this referendum will decide whether Britain breaks up or not - and our legislature will have had no say whatever in what could be a major constitutional change.

post 12 September 2014
Ian Paisley, one bride, and four political enemies

It was the mid-1970s. In my taxi, alongside Ian Paisley, I'd got a clean sweep of some of Northern Ireland's most hostile political rivals.

post 11 September 2014
Our obligation to the memory of the victims of 9/11

Have we learned from 9/11? From my own experience reporting sporadically across the region for over three decades, my fear is that we have not.

post 07 September 2014
Iran begins to emerge from three decades of isolation

Iran's Chief Negotiator Abbas Araghchi tells me that there is a genuine negotiating bond of respect with the United States, but the negotiations are hard.

post 03 September 2014
Islamic State turning old enemies into new allies

Amid the rise of and widespread exhibition of the vile inhumanity of the Islamic State, has been the tender opening of dialogue between two vast regional enemies - Iran and Saudi Arabia.

video 27 August 2014 UK

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'Just grubby little men letting us down' - video

What do the people of Rotherham make of the way the council dealt with child abuse? And what impact will the revelations have on the community?

video 27 August 2014 UK

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Rotherham authorities 'put community cohesion before rape'

Rochdale's Labour MP Simon Danczuk and journalist and blogger Sunny Hundal debate who is to blame for the Rotherham child abuse scandal - and how far the ethnicity of the abusers is a factor.