Hong Kong protests: Inside the university campuses becoming makeshift fortresses
The Hong Kong police say protesters are moving one step closer to terrorism – as violent clashes on major university campuses continue.
British men who travelled to Syria to join ISIS say they ‘want to be put on trial in the UK’
Two men who left the UK to join so-called Islamic State have told Channel 4 News that they want to return home to face trial.
Yorkshire flooding victims say they’ve been forgotten by government
Not just flooded out, but forgotten – that’s what angry residents of the villages worst hit by the Yorkshire floods are claiming, furious at what they see as the lack of any government response.
26-year-old man arrested at Heathrow Airport over suspected terrorism offences
A 26-year-old man has been arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of Syria-related terror offences. The man was arriving in the UK from Turkey, just hours after Turkey confirmed it had deported a British Islamic State suspect.
Met Office warns of ‘danger to life’ as South Yorkshire braces for more heavy rain
Boris Johnson has called a meeting of the government’s emergency committee – as more heavy rain is expected in flood-affected areas of England.
Panel of political advisors on how the NHS, floods and opinion polls are affecting the election campaign
Each week throughout this election, we’re bringing together panels of people who have worked at the very top of British politics – and know what it’s like to be on the inside of a political campaign.
Conservatives pledge to reduce immigration – but won’t set ‘arbitrary’ targets
The Conservative Party has pledged to reduce immigration if they win the General Election, but declared they won’t set what they call “arbitrary” targets.
‘Allegation of a mandatory 4-day week in NHS is palpable nonsense’, says Shadow Health Secretary on Labour’s NHS policy
Joining us now from Leicester is the Shadow Health and Social Care Secretary – Jon Ashworth.
NHS reports worst waiting times on record
The NHS was already high up the list of election issues – but the data released today has shown just how big a point of contention this will be as the election campaign runs on.
FactCheck: Conservatives attack Labour immigration policy – before they know what it is
Extending free movement to the rest of the world is not Labour party policy.
Target Voter: who is encouraging British-Indian Hindus to vote Tory?
As the election campaign continues, there’s an increasingly bitter battle for religious votes, much of which is taking place on social media.
Trump meets Erdogan at White House
While the impeachment hearings were going on, President Trump was busy with international diplomacy, greeting President Erdogan of Turkey at the White House.
Trump impeachment inquiry begins first public hearings
In the US, for weeks we have been hearing leaked reports from inside the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.
Labour promises to spend more on NHS than Conservatives
While Mr Corbyn was in Scotland, his party was promising a significant increase in NHS funding if it wins the election.
No indyref2 ‘in the early years’ of a Labour government, says Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn is questioned about Labour’s position on a second Scottish independence referendum.
Corbyn changes Labour’s position on indyref2
After months of criticism for a somewhat woolly position on a second Brexit referendum, the Labour Party has now run into trouble on the question of a second referendum for Scottish Independence.
‘Tricky parts of free trade agreement already agreed,’ says Tory Vicky Ford
Tory Vicky Ford is asked if a hard Brexit is inevitable.