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.
What’s happening in Wales? Andy Davies reports from Cardiff.
The full results are yet to come in the contest for the Welsh Senedd. Labour was hoping for a good result but it’s faced some stiff challenges from the Conservatives.
One major change this year is that 16 and 17-year-olds will have the vote for the first time.
The elections are being held in the midst of a Covid pandemic, which has transformed the dynamic of the campaign.
There has been a lot of focus on Scotland’s future in the Union. But in Wales, too, the pandemic has brought a new awareness about devolution and discussion about the nation’s place in the UK.
We reported live from Windsor on the aftermath of the duke’s funeral.
Final preparations have been taking place in Windsor, ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral tomorrow.
The Royal Family has rushed to rally round the Queen – and to thank the public for the “absolutely amazing tributes” to the Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Andrew made a rare public appearance at a special service at Windsor’s Royal Lodge – while the Princess Royal said her father had been “my teacher, my supporter…
A steady stream of people have been laying flowers and messages of condolence at Windsor Castle – although the Government has urged people to continue following Covid guidelines and not to gather in large numbers. It means Windsor won’t be home to the kind of grand funeral which would otherwise have been planned.
In Windsor, people have been paying their respects at the place the Queen is thought to consider her real home.
Hairdressers and barbers have been able to reopen in Scotland along with some non essential shops, as lockdown measures are eased. University and college students will also return for in-person teaching, and teengers can take part in outdoor contact sports. By this time next week much more will be re-opening across England too. We went…
More than 1,000 people have gathered in Bristol for the third time in less than a week for a protest against moves to give the police more powers.
The nation fell silent at noon today to remember all those who have died during the pandemic, a year after the first UK lockdown was imposed.
The Home Secretary Priti Patel has condemned what she called the “anarchic and violent” scenes in Bristol yesterday evening, when a protest against plans to give police increased powers descended into violence.
For hundreds of thousands of young carers in the UK, the pandemic has been especially hard.