Andy Davies is a Home Affairs Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Has broken several exclusives on the phone hacking scandal, including the claim by senior detective Dave Cook that he was placed under surveillance by the News of the World while investigating a murder in 2002. He also revealed the existence of Operation Tuleta, Scotland Yard's investigation into computer hacking.
Andy has also reported extensively on the 7/7 Inquiry, as well as several major terrorist and criminal trials. He secured the first interview with former Iraq hostage Peter Moore and after 'door stepping' Sir Ronnie Flanagan, broadcast the former RUC chief's first public apology to the Omagh bomb families.
Previously Andy worked for BBC Panorama where he won an RTS.
They’ve been under threat for the last nine months. But today a potential deal has been unveiled to save most of Britain’s Tata steelworks.
The police watchdog, the IPCC, has recommended that a key feature of the 999 emergency call system does need urgently reviewing, in the wake of the murder of a woman from Plymouth.
Prison officers have returned to work following a 24-hour protest after the Government won a High Court injunction to halt the action, which it argued amounted to an illegal strike.
A decision is due on whether the UK’s first tidal lagoon project, sited in Swansea Bay, will get the go-ahead. The lagoon would feature a six mile breakwater wall housing hydro turbines. There are environmental, fish migration and cost concerns but if there’s a green light there are plans for five more.
Britain’s biggest prison, HMP Parc, runs a groundbreaking reform programme reinforcing inmates’ links with their children to prevent re-offending. Channel 4 News has been given unprecedented access.
A former Welsh Guardsman who fought in the Falklands has produced a unique perspective on the conflict in the form of a cartoon book chronicling his time at war.
A Welsh male voice choir is crowdfunding a documentary about its efforts to secure the group’s survival.
The three-bedroom family home near Bridgend – which took just 16 weeks to construct – can export more power to the grid than it consumes, experts say.
Former Marine Craig MacLellan, who has been helped to survive post-traumatic stress disorder by the companionship of his pet Labrador, has set up Veterans with Dogs to help others like him.
A leading expert in the effects of heat on the body has claimed a lack of planning by the military contributed to the deaths of three reservists on SAS selection exercise in 2013.
Rebecca Minnock, who went on the run with her three-year-old son Ethan, tried to manipulate the press, a court hears.
Above the village of Wattsville in the Sirhowy valley, we find another blackened, smouldering hillside, ignominiously stripped bare by yet another grass fire arson attack.
Two detectives have been criticised in a report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission over their handling of a case involving the paedophile Ian Watkins, former Lostprophets frontman.
Gwent Police and social workers from Torfaen Borough Council are heavily criticised over a case in which three generations of one family were murdered in a house fire.
Ahead of a new play documenting the life of Welsh rugby star, Gareth “Alfie” Thomas tells Channel 4 News about his experience of coming out to his family and coach.