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.
Boris Johnson has received a personal rebuff from his own sister after she dramatically joined the Liberal Democrats in a bid to block a hard Brexit.
Conservative MP and chair of the Commons environment committee, Neil Parish, who says he will continue to hold the Government to account on poor air quality, and the former shadow environment secretary, Rachael Maskell.
Faiza Shaheen, the director of the think tank Class, which campaigns against inequality, and Ella Whelan, the assistant editor of Spiked magazine, which supports Brexit.
Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng.
Journalist Abi Wilkinson, Conservative activist Darren Grimes, who campaigned for Brexit, and the writer Peter Geoghegan, who wrote a book about the Scottish referendum.
Now this will be the first electoral test for both party leaders and a Herculean challenge for Jeremy Corbyn who says he wants the campaign to be about issues like health, the minimum wage and “social justice for all”. In fact in his initial statements about the snap election, he didn’t even mention the issue…
In the last few minutes, the former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has been talking about the expenses scandal. With me now is the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.
Joining me live from Ankara is Mehdi Eker, the Turkish MP and deputy chairman of President Erdogan’s AK Party.
Interview with Turkish journalist Ece Temelkuran, who was fired from her job as a newspaper columnist in 2012 after criticising the government.
It was an attack that was shocking in both its scale and ruthless targeting.
From Boston in the United States, John Park, director of the Korea Working Group at the Harvard Kennedy School, joins Cathy Newman to discuss North Korea.
Syrian State TV says at least 39 people have been killed in what it claims was a suicide car bomb attack on buses evacuating families from towns and villages under rebel siege.
Kassem Eid, the survivor of a Syrian Government sarin gas attack in Damascus in 2013.
Theresa May has claimed that Scotland will leave the EU whether or not it becomes an independent nation, insisting it was important for the UK to come together as a country. But a new poll suggests unity is not what many Scots want, either with Britain, or even necessarily with the EU.
The journalist and broadcaster, Lesley Riddoch, and writer and activist Vonny Moyes, who both support Scottish independence. On the pro-Union side, former Labour MSP Graeme Pearson, who leads the pro-UK campaign group Scotland in Union, which launched today, and Stephen Daisley, who’s a columnist for The Scottish Daily Mail.