Channel 4 News

  • First shown: Mon 2 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Tue 3 Jan 2017

    Sir Ivan Rogers - Britain's top man in Brussels, earmarked for a key role in Brexit talks - has stunned the political world by resigning. And are Trump's aggressive Twitter tactics bearing fruit?

  • First shown: Wed 4 Jan 2017

    What does the mysterious resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers, Britain's top diplomat at the EU, say about the Brexit project? Plus: the gender pay gap.

  • First shown: Thu 5 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn resists mounting pressure to step down after Labour's humiliating byelection loss in Copeland. Plus Trump whips up Conservative crowds by mocking the First Amendment.

  • First shown: Fri 6 Jan 2017

    Including the looming crisis in the UK's hospitals and an insight into the existing crisis in our prisons. Plus: Donald Trump's verdict on the intelligence briefing over cyber hacking.

  • First shown: Sat 7 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 8 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 9 Jan 2017

    The Prime Minister spells out her vision of a 'shared society', promising to take on the 'everyday injustices' that millions face, and announcing plans to help people with mental health problems

  • First shown: Tue 10 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn attempts to clarify Labour's stance on free movement of EU citizens but ends up neither for it nor against it. Meanwhile, new evidence emerges of an A&E crisis.

  • First shown: Wed 11 Jan 2017

    Trump dismisses claims the Russians have compromising material on him, and President Obama makes an emotional farewell speech. Plus in Greece, refugees are at risk of freezing to death.

  • First shown: Thu 12 Jan 2017

    The Trump dossier and revelations that a former British spy compiled it. Plus concerns from top US climate change scientists about Trump's near-denial, and pop-up art school at Tate Modern

  • First shown: Fri 13 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn denies Labour is out of control, as Tristram Hunt says he's stepping down as an MP to become director of the V&A museum. And we report from a village threatened by floods.

  • First shown: Sat 14 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 15 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 16 Jan 2017

    Donald Trump promises Britain a quick trade deal post-Brexit. There will be fresh elections at Stormont as Northern Ireland's Assembly collapses.

  • First shown: Tue 17 Jan 2017

    The UK won't hold on to 'bits' of the EU and will exit the single market. Where does the Prime Minister's Brexit clarification leave us and Europe? Plus: what Trumpism means for New Yorkers.

  • First shown: Wed 18 Jan 2017

    We report from Belgrade where hundreds of refugees are sleeping rough in sub-zero temperatures. And President Obama gives his final news conference. We assess his legacy and Trump's future.

  • First shown: Thu 19 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News reports from Washington on the eve of the biggest political upheaval for a generation, as Donald Trump prepares to become President

  • First shown: Fri 20 Jan 2017

    We report from Washington as Donald Trump becomes president. We hear from supporters and protestors and ask what Trump's America - and his world order - will look like. The next four years start here.

  • First shown: Sat 21 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 22 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 23 Jan 2017

    What happened when Trident's missile was tested last June, weeks before Parliament voted to renew it? Donald Trump begins to roll back Barack Obama's policies. And should we worry about burnt toast?

  • First shown: Tue 24 Jan 2017

    MPs will vote on Brexit, after the government lost their legal challenge. We hear from each side of the debate, and from Scotland, where political leaders are angry about not getting their own say.

  • First shown: Wed 25 Jan 2017

    The government yields ground on Brexit negotiations, promising a white paper on its plans. Plus: Donald Trump, the border wall, immigration... and a Twitter war with the National Parks.

  • First shown: Thu 26 Jan 2017

    The top management team at the US State Department resign en masse. Meanwhile, Theresa May flies to Washington, under pressure to challenge Donald Trump over his claim that torture 'absolutely works'.

  • First shown: Fri 27 Jan 2017

    Russia? Torture? Trade deals? Mexico? Theresa May meets President Trump. And we speak to the former Mexican president who didn't delete his expletives about Trump's wall.

  • First shown: Sat 28 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 29 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 30 Jan 2017

    The ban on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the US reverberates around the world. We report from Washington and from London, as crowds gather to protest.

  • First shown: Tue 31 Jan 2017

    A top EU official lists the new US Administration as one of the 'external threats' to the well-being of Europe. As MPs begin the Brexit process, he warns that 'united we stand, divided we fall'.

  • First shown: Wed 1 Feb 2017

    Including MPs' vote on the Brexit bill. And does Ukip's candidate in the Stoke by-election really live there? We've been to the house listed on his nomination form, and it's empty.

  • First shown: Thu 2 Feb 2017

    Including our exclusive report into allegations of horrific physical abuse of teenage boys at the home of leading QC John Smyth, which is sending waves throughout the Anglican church

  • First shown: Fri 3 Feb 2017

    Including part two of our exclusive investigation into evangelical Christian and barrister John Smyth, accused of physically abusing young men

  • First shown: Sat 4 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 5 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 6 Feb 2017

    A leading bishop says he was a victim of the violent abuse scandal that has rocked the church. And we meet Yazidi families who are fleeing from IS militants in Iraq but who can't enter the US.

  • First shown: Tue 7 Feb 2017

    With more revelations from our church abuse investigation, including new evidence and an exclusive interview with the Zimbabwean prosecutor who prosecuted John Smyth after a 16-year-old boy drowned

  • First shown: Wed 8 Feb 2017

    Including the leaked text messages that Labour say show the government did a sweetheart deal to stop a council hiking Council Tax by 15%. And MPs vote on the Brexit bill for the final time.

  • First shown: Thu 9 Feb 2017

    Including the row over the government's decision to stop taking in unaccompanied child refugees under the Dubs amendment. Plus: the NHS, cancer treatment targets and hospital waiting times.

  • First shown: Fri 10 Feb 2017

    Donald Trump keeps up his twitter barrage against the court which refused to uphold his travel ban. Plus ending our week investigating Fake News - we're in the Philippines reporting on Twitter trolls.

  • First shown: Sat 11 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 12 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 13 Feb 2017

    Including the first UK TV interview with Emmanuel Macron since he emerged as the centre's main hope of stopping the far-right National Front from winning the French presidency

  • First shown: Tue 14 Feb 2017

    President Trump loses his National Security Adviser over inappropriate telephone conversations with Russian officials. And Brexit helps push inflation to a two-and-a-half-year high.

  • First shown: Wed 15 Feb 2017

    Including the Russian connection claims surrounding the Trump team. And a key North Korean defector tells us about the beautiful girls sent to assassinate people who are a threat to the ruling clique.

  • First shown: Thu 16 Feb 2017

    Trump renews his Twitter attack on the American intelligence services and media. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau signs an EU free trade agreement after eight years of negotiation; will ours take as long?

  • First shown: Fri 17 Feb 2017

    Tony Blair calls on British people to resist Brexit: is he the voice of opposition that has so far been lacking or a hangover from the past that will boost those who voted to leave the EU?

  • First shown: Sat 18 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 19 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 20 Feb 2017

    American VP Mike Pence is in Brussels trying to calm nervous EU leaders as protests hit Britain over the planned state visit of Donald Trump. And a fake news row erupts over business rates.

  • First shown: Tue 21 Feb 2017

    As Westminster braces for two by-elections on Thursday, we'll be in Stoke where the result could be on a knife-edge. And how Trump's immigration policy is working in Maryland - and Wales.

  • First shown: Wed 22 Feb 2017

    The fiancé of author Helen Bailey has been convicted of her murder. Ian Stewart claimed she'd disappeared from their home, when in fact he'd suffocated her and hidden her in a cesspit.

  • First shown: Thu 23 Feb 2017

    Exclusive report on the settlement paid to British suicide bomber Jamal Al Harith by the British Government for his time at Guantanamo, and the damage and disruption brought by Storm Doris.

  • First shown: Fri 24 Feb 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn resists mounting pressure to step down after Labour's humiliating byelection loss in Copeland. Plus Trump whips up Conservative crowds by mocking the First Amendment.

  • First shown: Sat 25 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 26 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 27 Feb 2017

    The inquiry begins into the shocking abuse of thousands of British children who were sent to far-flung parts of the empire. Plus: the Oscars. And the grandmother deported to Singapore.

  • First shown: Tue 28 Feb 2017

    The inquest into the killing of 30 British tourists in Tunisia condemns the police response as 'shambolic and at worst cowardly'. Sir Philip Green agrees to pay £363 million into BHS's pension fund.

  • First shown: Wed 1 Mar 2017

    A damning report from the UN into the siege of east Aleppo: all sides committed war crimes, and Syrian and Russian air forces stand accused of crimes committed with their airstrikes

  • First shown: Thu 2 Mar 2017

    Did Trump's Attorney General Jeff Sessions lie under oath about contact with Russia during the election campaign? Plus: our public sector in crisis. Police, hospitals and schools face shortages.

  • First shown: Fri 3 Mar 2017

    A report reveals a litany of failures by police investigating the death of toddler Poppi Worthington. And Banksy opens a hotel in Bethlehem: rooms with a view... of the West Bank separation barrier.

  • First shown: Sat 4 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 5 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 6 Mar 2017

    Trump signs another executive order to restrict immigration from certain mainly Muslim countries. Plus: political impasse in Northern Ireland? And the far right in the Dutch elections.

  • First shown: Tue 7 Mar 2017

    The government faces the prospect of another Brexit defeat in the Lords. And Wikileaks has put thousands of documents that are said to come from the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence online.

  • First shown: Wed 8 Mar 2017

    National insurance, social care, the NHS: Channel 4 News includes analysis of the Spring Budget from our correspondents around the country. And we debate the issues it raises.

  • First shown: Thu 9 Mar 2017

    The budget backlash. As Conservative backbenchers criticise plans to raise NI contributions for some self-employed workers, a respected think tank says the system needs reform.

  • First shown: Fri 10 Mar 2017

    Head teachers boo Education Secretary Justine Greening at their annual conference. Plus: violence on the streets of South Korea. And author Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie on her feminist manifesto.

  • First shown: Sat 11 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 12 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 13 Mar 2017

    The Commons and the Lords hold key votes on the Brexit bill. And we report from Scotland as Nicola Sturgeon calls for another independence referendum.

  • First shown: Tue 14 Mar 2017

    A custody sergeant and two detention officers are acquitted of killing a man with mental health issues. And we report from Edinburgh on Nicola Sturgeon's demands for a second referendum.

  • First shown: Wed 15 Mar 2017

    The election expenses scandal deepens and entwines yet more of the Prime Minister's closest aides. Plus: the Chancellor's retreat on National Insurance.

  • First shown: Thu 16 Mar 2017

    After an investigation into election expenses triggered by reports on Channel 4 News, the Conservative Party are fined £70,000. And Theresa May says now's not the time for another Scottish referendum.

  • First shown: Fri 17 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 reports from South Sudan where millions may face starvation. And George Osborne: newspaper editor, MP, academic, speech-maker and investment banker. Is that what he meant by job creation?

  • First shown: Sat 18 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 19 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 20 Mar 2017

    Including the famine in East Africa and the conflicts that lie behind it. And the FBI publicly confirms it is investigating Russian interference in the US election.

  • First shown: Tue 21 Mar 2017

    We report from Derry on the death of Martin McGuinness, the former IRA commander turned pivotal peace process politician. Some have likened him to Mandela. Others can't forgive his IRA past.

  • First shown: Wed 22 Mar 2017

    Including the major terror incident at Westminster: a policeman is stabbed and his alleged attacker shot by armed police. On nearby Westminster Bridge a car knocked down as many as 12 people.

  • First shown: Thu 23 Mar 2017

    Police name the man who attacked Westminster as 52-year-old British born Khalid Masood, who had a series of criminal convictions

  • First shown: Fri 24 Mar 2017

    Police make more significant arrests and appeal for information on Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood, as vigils are held for the victims. Plus: Trump's huge healthcare gamble.

  • First shown: Sat 25 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 26 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 27 Mar 2017

    In a speech in Scotland, Theresa May says Brexit could make Britain more united, but she and Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, don't seem to see eye-to-eye as they meet in Glasgow

  • First shown: Tue 28 Mar 2017

    The Scottish Parliament votes on another independence referendum, while the PM prepares to start the EU departure process. We debate the constitutional turmoil with - among others - Michael Heseltine.

  • First shown: Wed 29 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News reports from Westminster, Brussels and Brexit-voting Hull on a historic day as Theresa May triggers the start of Britain's exit from the European Union

  • First shown: Thu 30 Mar 2017

    The Great Repeal Bill is unveiled; what are the implications of cutting and pasting many EU laws into UK Law? And hearings into alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election begin.

  • First shown: Fri 31 Mar 2017

    Britain's public services come under strain from growing financial pressures. And the EU sets out its guidelines for the Brexit talks; will it be a tough divorce?

  • First shown: Sat 1 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 2 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 3 Apr 2017

    Including the attack on St Petersburg's metro, Donald Trump's threat to take on North Korea alone, and Theresa May's commitment to 'jaw jaw' with Spain in the row over Gibraltar

  • First shown: Tue 4 Apr 2017

    Up to 100 people - including many children - have been killed in Syria, in a suspected nerve agent attack. Syria denies using chemical weapons but Britain says it's clearly a war crime.

  • First shown: Wed 5 Apr 2017

    An emergency UN Security Council meets following the chemical weapons atrocity in Syria. Plus: the kidnap and torture of a Channel 4 team in Sudan.

  • First shown: Thu 6 Apr 2017

    We report from the Northern Ireland border on the threat it poses to a workable Brexit. Plus part two of our report from Sudan: the Sudanese Embassy responds to our allegations of torture.

  • First shown: Fri 7 Apr 2017

    Russia condemns President Trump's missile strike against Syria, but is it an impulsive one-off or a quantum shift of US policy towards the Assad regime? And there's been a terror attack in Stockholm.

  • First shown: Sat 8 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 9 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 10 Apr 2017

    The latest from the G7 as ministers try to pressure Russia into withdrawing support from Assad. Plus, a report from Manchester where the drug Spice is having a shocking impact on the City.

  • First shown: Tue 11 Apr 2017

    G7 countries won't back new sanctions against Russia or Syria. Plus: boarding schools: bastions of educational excellence or a cruel separation of young children from their families?

  • First shown: Wed 12 Apr 2017

    The US and Russia hold talks but the diplomacy's all happening on TV. Trump says Syria's President Assad is evil. Putin says where's the proof? Plus: motability cars, and artificial intelligence.

  • First shown: Thu 13 Apr 2017

    Syria's President claims the chemical attack that prompted a US airstrike was entirely made up. And he's still got Russia firmly on his side. Plus: spice; and AI in the workplace.

  • First shown: Fri 14 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 15 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 16 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 17 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Tue 18 Apr 2017

    Theresa May calls a General Election for June 8th, saying it's about stability and a strong hand in the Brexit negotiations. Labour say it's about schools, hospitals and the economy.

  • First shown: Wed 19 Apr 2017

    MPs vote by a majority of 522 to 13 to approve the General Election on June 8th. And Theresa May proposes not to debate any other party leader during the campaign.

  • First shown: Thu 20 Apr 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn comes out fighting with a fiercely anti-establishment election campaign speech, promising to put power and wealth into the hands of the people. And a report on the NHS crisis.

  • First shown: Fri 21 Apr 2017

    Including the latest from Paris after the attack on the Champs Elysees. Le Pen isn't the only one trying to turn it into votes but how do French voters see it?

  • First shown: Sat 22 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 23 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 24 Apr 2017

    A tale of two elections... Matt Frei reports from France. Meanwhile, in Britain, one poll hints at a Labour wipe-out in Wales. And are the Conservatives in good fettle across the country?

  • First shown: Tue 25 Apr 2017

    Labour sets out its Brexit priorities, but will they cut through to voters, with a new poll suggesting the Tories could even sweep up seats in traditional Labour heartlands in south Wales?

  • First shown: Wed 26 Apr 2017

    Including: a huge fraud probe at two Premier League football clubs; and how nanoparticles like those in diesel exhaust fumes can cause heart disease and strokes

  • First shown: Thu 27 Apr 2017

    A man's arrested on Whitehall on suspicion of planning a terror attack and possession of an offensive weapon. Police say knives were recovered from him, and that there's no imminent threat.

  • First shown: Fri 28 Apr 2017

    A leading breast surgeon has been found guilty of 17 counts of wounding with intent, after carrying out unnecessary life-changing operations. His victims accuse him of 'acting like God'.

  • First shown: Sat 29 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 30 Apr 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 1 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Tue 2 May 2017

    Diane Abbott makes a hopeless mess over the cost of Labour's policing strategy: from £300,000, she corrects it to £30 million. Mr Corbyn later corrects it again, to £300 million.

  • First shown: Wed 3 May 2017

    Theresa May delivers a warrior queen assault on Brussels over EU negotiations before they've begun. Plus: the latest from war-torn Yemen. And the silent epidemic of male loneliness.

  • First shown: Thu 4 May 2017

    Barack Obama praises French election candidate Emmanuel Macron for spreading hope not fear. And we debate whether western liberalism is on the retreat as populism surges around the world.

  • First shown: Fri 5 May 2017

    Grim results for Labour in the local elections, while the Tories celebrate. The Lib Dem surge doesn't really happen. What does it all mean for the general election next month?

  • First shown: Sat 6 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 7 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 8 May 2017

    We report from Paris where the young President-elect Emmanuel Macron vows to fight the rage and divisions in his country. Plus: the results of an exclusive education poll, and more.

  • First shown: Tue 9 May 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn says there'll be a reckoning for 'tax dodgers and rip-off bosses' if Labour wins the election. And we talk to TLC about Trump, Black Lives Matter and their new album.

  • First shown: Wed 10 May 2017

    The CPS says it's not in the public interest to prosecute anyone over the 2015 general election expenses controversy. Trump sacks the head of the FBI. And the brilliant doctor still working at 105.

  • First shown: Thu 11 May 2017

    A leaked draft of the Labour manifesto pledges to renationalise the railways, abolish student tuition fees and repeal benefit cuts. What do the public think? And who's behind the leak?

  • First shown: Fri 12 May 2017

    The NHS is hit by a massive cyber attack, paralysing some hospital services and forcing GPs to resort to pen and paper to deal with patients

  • First shown: Sat 13 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 14 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 15 May 2017

    As Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn compete for working class votes, we ask people in Redcar if Labour is still the party of labour

  • First shown: Tue 16 May 2017

    Harrowing pictures reveal the ordeal that migrants face in the Mediterranean, as gangs intercept their boats demanding ransom. Plus: Jeremy Corbyn's plan to fund public spending.

  • First shown: Wed 17 May 2017

    Can Donald Trump extricate himself from the multi-layered scandal that's beginning to entangle his presidency? And here, the Lib Dems launch their election manifesto with a pitch for the youth vote.

  • First shown: Thu 18 May 2017

    Theresa May says there's no such thing as 'Mayism', only 'good solid conservatism.' We examine her manifesto. Plus the latest on Donald Trump, and more.

  • First shown: Fri 19 May 2017

    As Donald Trump visits Saudi Arabia, Jon Snow peers fearlessly into the entrails of Middle East politics from Tehran. Back home, Jamie Oliver discusses free school lunches.

  • First shown: Sat 20 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 21 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 22 May 2017

    Having said that manifestos are a test of leadership, Theresa May has watered down the biggest policy in hers - her plan for social care - while insisting that nothing has changed

  • First shown: Tue 23 May 2017

    Channel 4's midday news summary, following the terror attack in Manchester

  • First shown: Tue 23 May 2017

    Channel 4 News reports from Manchester after the worst terror attack in the UK since 2005. Twenty two were killed at a pop concert. The youngest was eight years old. IS has claimed responsibility.

  • First shown: Wed 24 May 2017

    We report from Manchester following Monday's bombing. Security is stepped up across the country as officers investigate a possible terror network in the city.

  • First shown: Thu 25 May 2017

    UK police stop sharing evidence with American colleagues after sensitive details of the Manchester terror investigation are leaked in the US

  • First shown: Fri 26 May 2017

    The Police say they've identified a 'large part of the network' linked to the Manchester bomber, and the 10 arrests are significant. And Election campaigning is back with a vengeance.

  • First shown: Sat 27 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 28 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 29 May 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Tue 30 May 2017

    Wolverhampton - we've gathered an audience of under-30s and over-60s to discuss the issues facing us in the upcoming election, including terrorism, security, Brexit and the economy

  • First shown: Wed 31 May 2017

    Trump - who's called climate change a hoax - looks set to pull the US out of the Paris Climate Accord in the next few days. And in Kabul a massive car bomb has killed more than 90 people.

  • First shown: Thu 1 Jun 2017

    May invokes Brexit 'opportunities' to try to boost her flailing campaign, to the derision of Labour and the Lib Dems. And in America, the world waits for Trump's decision on climate change.

  • First shown: Fri 2 Jun 2017

    The Conservative candidate for South Thanet, Craig Mackinlay, says he's done nothing wrong as he's charged over election expenses from 2015, following a year-long investigation by Channel 4 News

  • First shown: Sat 3 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 4 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 5 Jun 2017

    Following the London Bridge attack, police say the violence has reached unprecedented levels. It's dominating the election campaign too, as Corbyn calls on May to resign over police funding cuts.

  • First shown: Tue 6 Jun 2017

    The third London Bridge attacker is named. He recently arrived from Italy, where he'd reportedly been stopped from travelling to Syria. Should our authorities have been more aware of his activities?

  • First shown: Wed 7 Jun 2017

    The party leaders whiz around the country in a last push for votes ahead of the election. From Brexit to austerity, which issues will matter? Is it now all about security?

  • First shown: Thu 8 Jun 2017

    Sacked FBI Director James Comey tells Congress that Trump tried to get him to drop the investigation into his former National Security Adviser and that the administration has lied about his sacking

  • First shown: Fri 9 Jun 2017

    All the latest General Election news and analysis in a specially-extended programme, as Theresa May goes to the Palace to seek permission to form a new government, with support from the DUP

  • First shown: Fri 9 Jun 2017

    Including full reports and analysis from the most surprising general election result in years, as Theresa May says she'll carry on in Number 10, even though she's lost her Commons majority

  • First shown: Sat 10 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 11 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 12 Jun 2017

    Mrs May delays the Queen's Speech as Ministers struggle to assemble a programme that can survive debates in Parliament. Meanwhile, increasing numbers of MPs bid for a softer Brexit

  • First shown: Tue 13 Jun 2017

    Parliament gathers for the first time since the election. We meet the young team behind the anti-Putin protests in Russia. And US Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies in Washington.

  • First shown: Wed 14 Jun 2017

    At least six people - and possibly many more - have been killed as a massive fire engulfed a 24-storey tower block in west London. We report from the scene and ask how and why it happened.

  • First shown: Thu 15 Jun 2017

    We investigate the decisions and the factors that led to the west London tower block fire, and hear the anger of local residents, who say their warnings went unheard

  • First shown: Fri 16 Jun 2017

    The police confirm that at least 30 people died in the Grenfell Tower fire; 76 are missing. We have the latest on the situation and the tensions being brought into the open by the tragedy.

  • First shown: Sat 17 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 18 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 19 Jun 2017

    Another terror attack in London: this time Muslim worshippers appear to have been targeted by a van driver as they left a mosque. One man is dead, ten others injured. A suspect has been arrested.

  • First shown: Tue 20 Jun 2017

    Four Barclays executives will be the first bankers to face a criminal trial centring on the financial crisis of 2008. And Chancellor Philip Hammond sets out his plans for a slower Brexit.

  • First shown: Wed 21 Jun 2017

    We report from Westminster and from Kensington on a Queen's Speech more notable for what was left out than for what was included

  • First shown: Thu 22 Jun 2017

    Emergency inspections of 600 tower blocks with cladding similar to Grenfell Tower: seven have been found to be combustible in four local authority areas.

  • First shown: Fri 23 Jun 2017

    As police reveal that the Grenfell Tower fire was caused by a faulty fridge freezer, it has also emerged that cladding and insulation around the block had failed to pass any fire safety checks

  • First shown: Sat 24 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 25 Jun 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 26 Jun 2017

    Theresa May agrees a deal with Northern Ireland's DUP to help keep her government in power. And she sets out plans to reassure EU citizens living in Britain of their rights after Brexit.

  • First shown: Tue 27 Jun 2017

    Google has been fined a record £2.1 billion by the European Commission for promoting its own shopping comparison sites ahead of rival ones. Google says it is likely to appeal.

  • First shown: Wed 28 Jun 2017

    Twenty eight years after Hillsborough, six men face prosecution in connection with the deaths of scores of Liverpool fans

  • First shown: Thu 29 Jun 2017

    MPs vote on the Queen's Speech. And the council responsible for Grenfell Tower have their first meeting since the disaster, with no public or media present.

  • First shown: Fri 30 Jun 2017

    Amid fresh revelations about how Kensington and Chelsea Council handled the Grenfell Tower disaster, what's the future for social housing tenants and who will pay for things to improve?

  • First shown: Sat 1 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 2 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 3 Jul 2017

    We're out at sea near Libya with the migrants trying to make it to Europe, and we investigate the people-smuggling trade behind it all. Plus: Naomi Klein on President Trump and shock politics.

  • First shown: Tue 4 Jul 2017

    The Communities Secretary Sajit Javid gives his first major interview on the Grenfell fire and the issues it's raised. And we're in Syria as the retaking of IS 'capital' Raqqa begins in earnest.

  • First shown: Wed 5 Jul 2017

    The government orders a taskforce to take over the housing department at Kensington and Chelsea following the Grenfell fire. Plus: we talk to Pakistani-American comedian and actor Kumail Nanjiani.

  • First shown: Thu 6 Jul 2017

    In Poland, Donald Trump says the future of Western civilisation is under threat. There's manoeuvring in the Labour Party against some moderate MPs. Plus an interview with Indian composer AR Rahman.

  • First shown: Fri 7 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News reports from the G20 summit as Donald Trump meets Vladimir Putin for the first time. And in Aleppo Krishnan meets people trying to rebuild their lives in a city destroyed by war.

  • First shown: Sat 8 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 9 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 10 Jul 2017

    The DUP, £400,000 and secret Brexit campaign funding: Channel 4 News tracks down the middle man. Plus: more Grenfell Tower cladding revelations. And the Charlie Gard case goes back to court.

  • First shown: Tue 11 Jul 2017

    Theresa May orders an inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal that left at least 2400 dead. Plus: London's Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton on the lessons to be learned from the Grenfell Tower fire.

  • First shown: Wed 12 Jul 2017

    Donald Trump defends his son over his meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential campaign - declaring Donald Jr is the victim of the 'biggest Witch Hunt in political history'

  • First shown: Thu 13 Jul 2017

    The government publishes the bill that will shift EU law into British law, but opposition parties demand changes that threaten to derail its passage. Plus: Trump in France, and the latest from Mosul.

  • First shown: Fri 14 Jul 2017

    Two teenage boys have been arrested after five acid attacks in London. Why are such attacks on the increase? Plus: the World Para Athletics Championships; and new Grenfell Tower revelations.

  • First shown: Sat 15 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 16 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 17 Jul 2017

    Brexit talks start in earnest, with EU negotiators laden with files and their UK counterparts contrastingly empty handed. And David Cameron talks candidly about some of his former Cabinet colleagues.

  • First shown: Tue 18 Jul 2017

    On Channel 4 News: how children who've been sexually abused are being refused compensation by a government agency, in some cases because they're said to have given consent

  • First shown: Wed 19 Jul 2017

    The council at the heart of the Grenfell Tower disaster meets; we report on the meeting and the protest outside. Plus: those top BBC salaries, and the difference between male and female earnings.

  • First shown: Thu 20 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 21 Jul 2017

    War-and-famine-hit Yemen faces a cholera epidemic. Could this man-made tragedy have been avoided?

  • First shown: Sat 22 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 23 Jul 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • Next on TV: Mon 24 Jul, 7pm

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

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