“I am a straight guy and I love going to the gay bar” – welcome to The Central in Strabane, Northern Ireland. Is this the most unusual – and remote – gay night spot in the UK?
Russia is planning a “full-blown military intervention” into mainland Ukraine, warns Ukraine’s UN representative. Is that really what Putin wants? It is out of his control, says one expert.
Unions say that that a 1 per cent pay rise is insulting. Private sector workers say that the public sector have a cushy deal. Who actually gets paid more?
Plane crashes happen, but planes disappearing is extremely rare. How did one Malaysian Airlines plane and its 239 passengers just disappear?
The “Bus Pass Elvis Party”, which campaigns on a platform to reduce vets’ fees and give OAPs a discount in brothels, has beaten the Liberal Democrats in a by-election.
The Ukrainian government has put the army on full combat alert and warned invasion would lead to war, after Putin obtained the permission of his parliament to send soldiers into Ukraine.
The Labour party has voted to change its century-old relationship with the unions and bring in a one-member, one-vote system that means everyone has to choose to become a Labour party member.
Almost a million people have been found fit to work by the Department of Work and Pensions over the last five years.
Gay marriage is to blame for the recent flooding and high winds in England, a Ukip councillor claims. Pestilence and war may also follow, the Henley-on-Thames councillor David Silvester warns.
It’s clear that it’s racially polarising. But is it effective as a policing tactic? How successful should stop and search be to justify the tension it causes?
Barristers in England and Wales stage a half-day walkout in protest at government cuts to legal aid, which could leave them paid as little as £20 for a day’s work.
Tens of thousands of Romanians are predicted to come to the UK in the next few years. Channel 4 News talks to one young Briton who has gone the other way.
An energy firm that hiked prices by an average of £200 in 2013, apologises after telling customers to share showers to save £34 a year.
Ethnic violence in Sudan has killed thousands, according to the UN, with an estimated 180,000 displaced. Can peace talks stop the violence?
The North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un had his uncle torn apart by hungry dogs after deciding to execute him for treason, a report from China claims.