• Published on 25 Apr 2017 Sections World

    Wikipedia, the free international internet encyclopedia, is planning to set up a news service to push back against “fake news”. I’ve been speaking to Wikipedia’s co-founder, Jimmy Wales.

  • Published on 25 Apr 2017 Sections United States

    Channel 4 News understands that more women could be set to come forward in the United States with allegations of sexual harassment while working for Fox News.

  • Published on 21 Apr 2017 Sections World

    If there’s one thing the markets don’t like, it’s political uncertainty and risk. But that’s the story here, as well as in France and Germany. Europe’s three biggest economies are all facing hugely important elections this year.

  • Published on 21 Apr 2017 Sections UK

    It’s the first working day without coal power since the Industrial Revolution. Once Britain’s industry was fuelled by thousands of mines, now there is barely a handful.

  • Published on 15 Apr 2017 Sections Politics

    t’s an ambitious target and one that the government is on course to miss. The UK is currently committed to getting 15 per cent of its energy from renewable sources by 2020, under the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive.

  • Published on 13 Apr 2017 Sections

    Now it’s meant to change our lives for the better – but will Artificial Intelligence save us or enslave us?  AI – computers that can think like humans – has enthusiastic supporters – who believe it’ll trigger an upheaval rivalling the Industrial Revolution.

  • Published on 13 Apr 2017 Sections

    Joining me now: the technology entrepreneur and former policy advisor to David Cameron and George Osborne — Rohan Silva.

  • Published on 12 Apr 2017 Sections Science, Technology, UK

    Artificial Intelligence – once the stuff of science fiction, it’s now becoming a reality across our society. Healthcare is one area where doctors believe AI could transform the way patients are treated – so could it be a saviour for the cash strapped NHS?

  • Published on 12 Apr 2017 Sections UK

    The UK’s largest retailer, Tesco has announced its first full year of growth for seven years. Interview with Tesco Chief Executive Dave Lewis on the forecast for the company.

  • Published on 12 Apr 2017 Sections Politics, UK, United States

    In news that will greatly please the White House, Melania Trump has accepted damages from Associated Newspapers for the false accusation in the Daily Mail and Mail Online that she had previously worked as an escort.

  • Published on 11 Apr 2017 Sections UK

    The UK’s inflation rate stayed at 2.3 per cent in March, but may well have risen if it hadn’t been for the timing of Easter. Food prices in March were 1.2 per cent higher than last year, the biggest annual rise for three years.

  • Published on 10 Apr 2017 Sections UK

    The boss of Barclays, Jes Staley, could lose his annual bonus after two regulators opened an investigation into his conduct in a whistleblowing case.

  • Published on 6 Apr 2017 Sections Politics, UK

    Charities claim hard-hit families could lose thousands of pounds a year – thanks to the two child limit on universal credit. We meet those already struggling to manage.

  • Published on 30 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, UK

    From West London the Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi who voted for Britain to leave the European Union, and the Chief Market Strategist for JP Morgan, Stephanie Flanders.

  • Published on 30 Mar 2017 Sections Politics, UK

    One of the bastions of British commerce – Lloyd’s of London – is to set up a new European subsidiary in Brussels to avoid losing business when the UK leaves the EU.