Spending cuts check
Channel 4 News maps the spending cuts across the UK amid the deepest austerity measures since World War Two.
"Dazzling" sales in the week before Christmas, yet forecasts remain gloomy as plunging profits threaten to close more shops. Channel 4 News asks: what is the future of the British high street?
In 21st century Britain, you would not expect people across the country to need food handouts to survive - particularly those with jobs. But that's exactly what Political Editor Gary Gibbon finds.
Thousands of vulnerable children and families are being left without access to vital services because of the government cuts, according to one of the country's biggest children's charities.
With the number of over-65s expected to nearly double by 2050 and little plan for how to support them, Channel 4 News looks at what can be done to cope with the perfect storm of an ageing population.
George Osborne's Autumn Statement assumes he is right to claim he can raise £3.5bn from the sale of 4G. A sell-off in the Netherlands did eight times better than expected, but can Britain manage a sim
One in five domestic violence centres has cut services in the last year due to funding problems - despite many refuges already having to turn women away because they are full, Channel 4 News learns.
The Bank of England has just released a fascinating defence of the unintended consequences of its massive quantitative easing programme. Economics Editor Faisal Islam takes a look.
The government announces it has slashed £5.5bn from departmental spending in the last year, including an 85 per cent reduction in the number of consultants it employs.
Economics Editor Faisal Islam blogs on his meeting with George Osborne - and the five key areas where the chancellor has 'refined' his views on the economy.