Cathy Newman joined Channel 4 News in January 2006. Cathy Newman presents Channel 4 News.
She spent over a decade in Fleet Street, latterly with the Financial Times. Since joining Channel 4 News in 2006 she has broadcast a string of investigations and scoops, including harassment allegations against the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard. She also writes about politics for the Telegraph.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is asked if after Theresa May’s apology over the response to the Grenfell disaster, politicians like him failed to understand the anger because their lives were so far removed from the people who lived in the tower.
Former Conservative Party leader and leading Brexiteer, Iain Duncan Smith, says Britain can’t remain in the single market and the customs union if it is leaving the EU.
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Lib Dem leader, Nick Clegg, says voters at the election sent a message that they don’t like being told there’s only one way of doing Brexit.
A catastrophic forest fire in Portugal has claimed at least 61 lives, including four children. Many of the dead were killed in their cars as they tried to flee – as flames swept along a road between two towns in a mountainous area a few hundred miles from the capital.
Conservative MP Dr Sarah Wollaston and by conservative author and journalist Toby Young speak to Cathy Newman about the Government’s response to the fire.
Nisha Parti, an entrepreneur living in West London who helped set-up the local emergency response to the Grenfell fire says Ealing council is helping bring order.
A judge has declared a mis-trial in the Bill Cosby sex assault case, after the jury was deadlocked for a second time after more than 50 hours of deliberation.
Seraphima Kennedy, was a neighbourhood officer at the Kensington and Chelsea tenancy management organisation – the private company responsible for maintaining Grenfell Tower, and thousands of other properties.
The Grenfell tower death toll rises again – with police saying 58 are missing, presumed dead – as the prime minister admits support for families was “not good enough”.
David Gauke, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, dismisses criticism of Theresa May’s response to the west London fire, saying she was affected as a human being and did not want to get in the way.
Ross O’Brien, who is a mental health worker, Madiha Raza, from Muslim Aid, and Victoria Mugoya, who is a nurse, talk about the help they have been giving people affected by the west London fire.
Sergei Stanishev, president of the Party of European Socialists and former Prime Minister of Bulgaria, says Theresa May “gambled” by calling an election, but did not receive a stronger mandate – and compares this to David Cameron’s decision to hold the EU referendum.
The Brexit negotiations were meant to begin in just ten days time. And already, a warning from the European president Donald Tusk: get on with it, or risk emerging with no deal at all.
One of the senior doctors at the forefront of the medical response, Malik Ramadhan, has revealed that one of his colleagues was racially abused on her way home from treating the injured.
Responding to criticism from President Trump on Twitter after the London Bridge killings, London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he doesn’t have time to respond to his tweets. On the President’s proposed state visit to the UK, he says the carpet should not be rolled out for him.