The migrant camp near Calais known as the Jungle is causing controversy. But it's not the first. Channel 4 News looks back at seventeen years of political impotence and refugee despair.
Thousands of migrants are reportedly trying to enter Britain through the Eurotunnel every single day - but what is true the scale of the problem and who's responsibility is it to fix it?
In a further boost to his Labour leadership campaign, left-wing MP Jeremy Corbyn receives the backing of Unison. The union's leaders also nominate Yvette Cooper as their second choice.
As David Cameron pledges to act on the "shocking" issue of children being trafficked from Vietnam to the UK to work in servitude for organised crime gangs, charities warn there is much more to do.
Prime Minister David Cameron has warned foreign investors that the UK is not a place to stash "corrupt money from around the world".
Lord Sewel, who is alleged to have taken cocaine with two prostitutes, has resigned from the House of Lords.
Alex Salmond says that it is 'inevitable' that Scotland will have another referendum, but what could actually spur another vote on the country's future in the UK?
Lord Sewel requests a leave of absence from the House of Lords until investigations into newspaper footage, that appeared to show the peer taking drugs with prostitutes, are complete.