With polls suggesting public support for Nato in Scotland, the SNP is to debate dropping its 30-year-old opposition to membership of the organisation.
British fishing boats are reported to have come under attack from French fishermen in a row over scallop fishing in the English Channel. Carl Dinnen reports.
The Ulster Covenant wasn’t the only thing that led to the birth of Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom, but it was one of the main ones.
Commanders are struggling to defend Britain’s main base in Afghanistan. That was the blunt admission of the defence secretary – as he paid tribute to the latest two soldiers to lose their lives.
A second night of serious disorder in Belfast injures 15 police officers – posing an immediate challenge for Theresa Villiers, the new Northern Ireland secretary.
A 20 per cent cut in the size of the army is announced today. But as Britain continues to punch above its weight militarily, Carl Dinnen asks if this is the first step on the road to a beating.
Thousands have died in the war on drugs, and narco money is flooding the economy – so can the presidential elections this weekend change anything for ordinary Mexicans? Carl Dinnen reports.
Mexican marines say they have captured a man presumed to be the son of cocaine king Joaquin “Shorty” Guzman, the country’s most wanted man.
Two people are now being questioned on suspicion of murder in connection with the deaths of five children in a house fire in Derbyshire.
David Cameron has signed off a U-turn on controversial plans for Britain’s aircraft carriers.
The Royal Navy’s biggest ship made its way up the River Thames to take its place as part of the security for the Olympics. Channel 4 News Correspondent Carl Dinnen was on board.
As Channel 4 News reveals the number of children whose parents have died fighting for the UK in Afghanistan and Iraq, Carl Dinnen meets grieving families trying to help others in the same situation.
The man accused of killing 77 people in Norway cries while watching his own propaganda film during the first day of the trial, which marks an “important test” for Norway, Channel 4 News hears.
A government minister has advised people to keep a jerry can of fuel in their garage. His words come as petrol stations start to run out of fuel as fears grow of a strike by petrol tanker drivers.
Two British service personnel are shot dead by an Afghan man wearing military uniform, bringing the number of NATO troops shot by Afghan forces to 16 this year alone.