Andy Davies is a Home Affairs Correspondent for Channel 4 News covering Wales & the West of England.
In 2019 he was named TV Journalist of the Year by the Royal Television Society. This followed his reporting on the programme’s award-winning Cambridge Analytica investigation and ‘Out in the Cold’ homelessness series. His feature ‘Her Name was Lindy’ about a 32 year old rough sleeper who died in Cardiff was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for Exposing Britain’s Social Evils.
Operating out of our Cardiff bureau, he has reported on some of the most high profile criminal cases in recent years (April Jones; Ian Watkins; Jo Yeates; Becky Watts) and previously broke several exclusives on the phone hacking scandal. He is the only journalist to have interviewed ex-police officer Bob Lambert about his hugely controversial double life in which he fathered a child while working undercover.
Before joining Channel 4 News, he was a reporter for BBC Panorama and BBC Northern Ireland.
Professionals caring for a five-year-old boy murdered by his mother, stepfather and stepbrother, failed to report injuries he suffered almost a year before his death, a case review has found.
Rachel, who is blind after being born prematurely, and also has Asperger syndrome, has a remarkable ability to learn complex pieces by ear.
For Wales, 64 years of wilderness on the world stage is finally over.
It’s a big day for Welsh football – their first World Cup squad for 64 years.
A small airport in Cornwall is about to make history – when it becomes the site of the very first space launch from the UK later this month.
While we await the government’s Autumn statement on tax and spending here in the UK, the cost of living continues to rise.
The Joseph Rowntree foundation has warned that the Chancellor’s tax cutting agenda won’t do much to help low income households.
They gathered in their thousands along the route to Windsor Castle to watch the Queen’s journey to her final resting place, along the Long Walk lined with chestnut trees, and up the west steps of St George’s Chapel, the crowd falling silent as the procession went past.
It may be the last stop on his week-long tour of the nations, but, speaking in Welsh, King Charles assured the Senedd that, as much as his late mother had loved the country, so did both he and the new Prince of Wales, his son William.
Long queues are expected in Cardiff when the King continues his tour of the UK.
The King has returned to London after visiting Northern Ireland. He visited here dozens of times, but this was his first visit as monarch. And the first by a British King for nearly eight decades. He was welcomed by crowds here and senior political figures and attended a service of reflection for the late Queen.…
The Queen is remembered by people across the country, as the UK continues to reflect on their memories of Elizabeth II. There are also memories of the seismic national events which took place during her 70 year reign – the disasters as well as triumphs.
People across the UK have been sharing their memories of the Queen.
Liz Truss has just two years before her progress – or lack of it – is judged by the public at a general election.
During the campaign Liz Truss described the Welsh first minister Mark Drakeford as a “low energy Jeremy Corbyn” – though he did tweet his congratulations earlier today – along with an appeal for urgent action on the cost of living crisis.