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.
Alex Salmond was expected to appear at a Holyrood inquiry, but in the last few moments we’ve found out he is not going.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been setting out her plan for easing the current lockdown.
Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says their route out of lockdown will be “broadly similar” to England, but with some differences
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If we can’t eliminate Covid, at least we can stop people getting dangerously ill: that’s becoming the focus of the experts behind the mass vaccination drive as it emerged that the Oxford jab could be less effective at preventing the new South African variant of the disease. Scientists are still confident they can adapt future…
The chairman of the UK’s vaccine taskforce has said he’s very optimistic that all 50-year-olds will be offered a jab by May. And the necessity of the roll-out success was underlined with the news that a covid outbreak in a care home in Scotland has left ten people dead. NHS Fife said 25 residents and…
We report from Surrey, one of now several frontlines in the battle against this rapidly evolving disease.
Ministers have urged everyone in the affected postcodes to get tested, whether or not they have symptoms.
It’s the escape route out of this endless cycle of lockdowns, but not everyone is equally enthusiastic about the Covid vaccine.
New estimates from the Office For National Statistics suggest that in some parts of the country, as many as one in six people had Coronavirus in December. Across the UK, one in 10 people had it.
ore than four million people have had a first dose and from today the over-70s in England are being offered jabs.
“This is not the time for the slightest relaxation of resolve,” the prime minister warned today, as he announced new steps to stop any new strains of the virus entering the country.
The government has set out plans to vaccinate at least 2 million every week.