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.
Left scarred for life, a black NHS worker who had a car driven at him in what police say is a “racially aggravated” assault, has told of his fear and pain in his first interview since the incident.
An NHS worker in Bristol has been told by doctors that he’s lucky to be alive after a car was deliberately driven at him in what police have said is a racially-aggravated incident.
For coronavirus patients who have been treated in hospital, being discharged is often not the end of their ordeal.
Despite the furlough scheme – paid employment in the UK has fallen by almost 650,000 since the start of the pandemic in March
The severe floods that hit parts of the country in February this year devastated many communities.
Boris Johnson has said he is looking at making face masks compulsory inside England’s shops – with an announcement to come as early as tomorrow.
There has been an important announcement about what will happen to schools in Wales in September.
He’s spent nearly 100 days in hospital so far, most of them on a ventilator.
Sinn Fein has rejected calls from the Democratic Unionist Party for Michelle O’Neill to step aside as Northern Ireland deputy first minister.
Primary and secondary schools across Wales are reopening for the first time for all age groups as part of the country’s phased return to education.
Authorities in Anglesey are hoping their track and trace system will help contain an outbreak of coronavirus at a poultry processing plant, where 200 workers have tested positive.
The ban on non-local travel could be lifted early next month.
After months of questions over privacy and whether the technology would work the government has abandoned its own contact-tracing app in England.
After protesters in Bristol tore down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston, there’s now a debate over what should replace it.
More than nine weeks later, plans for easing the restrictions have been announced and they vary across the nations.