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article 20 February 2014 UK
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by The truth about food banks: dependency or welfare crisis?

Food banks are "consistently" seeing an increase in demand, a Defra-commissioned report concludes - but what are they and are benefits cuts to blame for their proliferation?

article 18 December 2013 UK
Why more people are in personal debt that before the recession (Image: Reuters)
by Key questions: Why didn't the recession curb personal debt?

The national economy might be showing signs of recovery, but personal debt has climbed steadily in the last five years. So why are more and more people are putting Christmas on credit?

article 17 December 2013 World, Ukraine
President Viktor Yanukovych and President Vladimir Putin (Reuters)
What is happening in Ukraine? The key questions

As President Yanukovich travels to the Kremlin to talk trade deals, Kiev is awash with protesters calling for him loosen the country's ties with Russia. Channel 4 News asks key questions on Ukraine.

article 11 December 2013 UK
Students have called for police to leave university campuses (Image: Reuters)
by Key questions: Why are there so many cops on campus?

As students meet on a national day of action to get #CopsOffCampus, Channel 4 News looks at the increasing anger over campus policing.

article 11 December 2013 UK
What is dementia? The key questions (G)
What is dementia? The key questions

As the UK hosts a major G8 summit on dementia, Channel 4 News explains how to recognise symptoms of the disease, and looks at how best to help sufferers.

article 19 November 2013 Business
The Co-op has a proud history, but after the resignation of its chairman, the Paul Flowers affair and the proposed financial rescue by US hedge funds, Channel 4 News looks at what the future holds (R)
by What's gone wrong at the Co-op Bank? The key questions

The Co-op has a proud history, but after the resignation of its chairman, the Paul Flowers affair and the proposed financial rescue by US hedge funds, Channel 4 News looks at what the future holds.

article 08 November 2013 World, Philippines
A super typhoon as seen from space (Reuters)
What is a super typhoon? The key questions

It could be the most powerful storm ever to make landfall. But what causes super typhoons like Haiyan to form - and what will it do next?

video 01 November 2013 World, United States

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NSA 'probably can read your emails' - the key questions

Following the row over claims German chancellor Angela Merkel's phone was hacked by the US, Channel 4 News speaks to security expert Bruce Schneier and asks if the NSA has gone too far.

article 22 October 2013 World
For some, wearing Muslim headdress is an assertion of religious and cultural identity. For others, it is a symbol of female oppression. Darshna Soni explains the differences between headwear styles.
Darshna Soni by From hijab to burqa - a guide to Muslim headwear

For some, wearing Muslim headdress is an assertion of religious and cultural identity. For others, it is a symbol of female oppression. Darshna Soni explains the differences between headwear styles.