Ayshah Tull is an award-winning reporter for Channel 4 News.
She joined the programme in 2019 and previously worked for BBC Newsround from 2013-2018.
Her broadcasting on the programme has included extensive coverage of the coronavirus crisis, and she has also led reports on the Black Lives Matter protests in the UK.
Ayshah reports on Channel 4 News’ weekly news show on Facebook ‘Uncovered’ covering untold stories from around the world. She also presents the Channel 4 News Instagram and Snapchat series, ‘Rated’.
In 2020 Ayshah won Journalist of the Year and the Grand Prize at The Drum Online Media Awards, the first time this has been awarded to an individual.
Barbados has set out plans to become a republic, removing the Queen as head of state.
Today, the R number rose above 1.0 across the UK.
How do people in England feel about the new restrictions due to come in on Monday – and what will it mean for them?
The inquest has begun into the death of a 35-year-old black man, Kevin Clarke, who died after being restrained by police in south London in 2018.
The leader of Leeds Council has warned the city is at a “pivotal moment”, after a spike in coronavirus cases, especially among young people, put the city on Public Health England’s list of areas of concern.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced that over half a billion pounds will be spent to increase Covid-19 testing capacity and to help develop new, quicker tests.
Extra lockdown restrictions are to be lifted in some parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West Yorkshire where coronavirus incidence rates have been brought down.
It’s been another busy day of developments on coronavirus with new figures on NHS Test and Trace service in England released today.
There is increasing consensus among scientists that we are going to need more than one vaccine to escape the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s all a balance of risks.
Across much of Europe – coronavirus infections are on the rise, including Germany, Spain and Italy – which has just recorded more than 1,000 new daily cases for the first time since May.
A careful balance of easing and tightening of lockdowns across England today.
In the last few hours, the government has changed its travel advice to countries where the number of Covid cases appears to be rising.
The education secretary in England has apologised to “every single child right across the country” for the disruption caused to their education during the pandemic.
Local lockdown restrictions in northern England have been extended to Preston in Lancashire as public health officials respond to a rise in coronavirus cases there.