Andy Davies

Home Affairs Correspondent

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.