Anja Popp is an award-winning reporter, covering human-interest, counterculture and justice stories both at home and abroad.
In 2019, Anja was awarded the RTS Young Talent of the Year award and later won a Mind Media award with her team. In 2018 she was part of a three-person team shortlisted for an Orwell Award.
She began her Channel 4 News career in Washington DC as an intern in 2014, and has since been a guest booker and a producer, before becoming a reporter in 2018.
Anja regularly reports on Channel 4 News’ Uncovered series on Facebook, her film on Femicide in Mexico was nominated for an RTS award in 2020.
Anja has also worked on several Channel 4 Dispatches programmes, first as a researcher and imbedded undercover reporter, and most recently reporting on an hour-long investigation
If the government decides not to raise benefits in line with inflation to deal with the effects of last week’s mini-Budget, it could amount to the largest permanent real-terms cut to the basic rate of benefits in history, anti-poverty groups have warned.
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We have the latest from the queue to see the Queen lying in state.
The former Met police commissioner Dame Cressida Dick felt intimidated into resigning by the London mayor Sadiq Khan, according to a review.
More than a million people are currently waiting for community mental health care in England, and that’s left many people going online to seek advice.
Merseyside Police have arrested a 36 year old man on suspicion of murder – in connection with the shooting of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt Korbel. The child was shot dead on Monday night after a gunman burst into her family’s home in Liverpool – while chasing another man.
“If anyone knows anything, now is the time to speak up” – that’s the message from the family of Olivia Pratt-Korbell, the 9-year-old who was shot in her own home on Monday.
Police are continuing to appeal for information about the killer of Olivia Pratt-Korbell.
She’s credited with getting more people to learn Cornish, and now the singer-songwriter Gwenno has been nominated for a Mercury Prize.
Don’t travel by train – that was the advice to passengers today as another strike by thousands of rail workers caused widespread disruption to services across the country.
The Cineworld chain, the world’s second largest, is reportedly “preparing to file for bankruptcy” after warning it was in discussions to restructure the business.
We need wild bees. They pollinate 70 of the 100 crop species that feed most of us.
Pollution warnings have been put in place for almost 50 beaches in England and Wales, after untreated sewage was released into the sea in a number of places.
Tomorrow, for the first time, cameras will be allowed to show the judge handing down the sentence in a crown court trial. The first broadcast, from the Old Bailey, will cover the case of Ben Oliver who pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his grandfather. The change is the result of a long-running campaign for…
English hospitals are short of 12,000 doctors and there’s a need for at least 50,000 more nurses and midwives – and England has 700 fewer GPs than it did just three years ago.