article 23 April 2014 World, Ukraine
Pro-Russian armed men stand guard outside a regional government building seized by them in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
Ukraine call for action after politician 'tortured to death'

Ukraine's acting president Oleksander Turchynov calls for the re-launch of an anti-terrorist operation after the body of a local politician is found showing signs of torture.

article 22 April 2014 UK
Brown calls on Scotland to reject independence

The former prime minister Gordon Brown makes his first major intervention in the Scottish referendum debate with a speech calling on the country to vote no to independence.

article 22 April 2014 Politics
Ukip poster (Reuters)
Farage shrugs off racism claims to promise 'earthquake'

Ukip leader Nigel Farage claims critics who say the party's Euro election posters are racist are "outraged because we're actually telling the truth".

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 21 April 2014 UK
Ukip anti-immigration posters - what do they actually say?

Ukip's posters have caused a bit of a stir, and the party has branded comparisons with the British National Party as "ridiculous". But what do they actually say, and how do they compare with others?

article 21 April 2014 UK
Cameron Christianity claim: 'cynical, misguided and unwise'

The prime minister's insistence that Britain is a "Christian country" will alienate a large section of the population, it is warned.

article 21 April 2014 World, Ukraine
Russia: Kiev 'breaking Geneva accord' on Ukraine

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accuses Ukraine of violating an accord reached in Geneva last week aimed at averting a wider conflict between the two neighbours.

article 21 April 2014 UK
Ukip 'anti-immigration' campaign poster
Ukip criticised over anti-immigration campaign posters

Ukip has come under fire after the party unveiled a series of anti-immigration European election campaign posters that it plans to display in "hundreds" of sites.

article 20 April 2014 World, Ukraine
by After the Ukrainian revolution - what next for Femen?

The Ukrainian pressure group scaled church steeples and ambushed President Putin. But that was before the Ukrainian Revolution. Channel 4 News speaks to Femen about what happens next.