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.
One of America’s most influential evangelist preachers, the Rev Billy Graham, has died at the age of 99. Graham took his message of Christianity around the world, first at large rallies in arenas and then on television, enabling him to reach an audience of millions. And he became close to many presidents, from Nixon to…
The new leader of Sinn Fein, Mary Lou McDonald, discusses the Stormont deadlock and Brexit.
Forty-two years ago, when the British skater John Curry won his Olympic gold at Innsbruck, he faced a barrage of questions about his “very personal lifestyle”. He had just been outed by a German newspaper, one of the first leading sports people to become openly gay. Curry’s life ended tragically early when he died of…
Labour MP for Rotherham, Sarah Champion, campaigns on behalf of the victims of child sex abuse.
Student activist Tom Harwood and NUS President Shakira Martin discuss tuition fees
We were joined by Labour MP Jess Phillips, who sits on the Women and Equalities Committee.
We were joined by Delaney Tarr, a student from Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High who survived the attack.
It was the scandal which rocked the Winter Olympics 24 years ago. When U.S. gold medal hopeful Nancy Kerrigan was attacked by a masked stranger, her rival – and friend – Tonya Harding was implicated, and barred from skating. But Harding’s life was far more complex than the cartoon-villain image that emerged. We talked to…
Earlier we spoke to the chair of parliament’s defence select committee Dr Julian Lewis who was at the Munich conference. I asked him first just how much of a threat Russia was?
Parts of the country have been shaken by a 4.4 magnitude earthquake – an event which experts say only happens ever three to five years. The epicentre hit near Swansea – but tremors were felt from Cornwall to Liverpool too.
Betsy Dillner, of the campaign group Generation Rent, and economist Ian Mulheirn respond to new evidence that young people are being priced out of the housing market.
They are the missing: the people who fall through the gaps in the system. Police in Avon and Somerset say they receive 26 reports of missing people every day, as they pick up the slack from the steep cuts in mental health care. It means the police spend thousands of hours a year dealing with…
Allegations of rape, harassment and sex in exchange for aid handouts – just some of the damaging claims raised by a former Oxfam employee in an interview with Channel 4 News. And Oxfam’s Chief Executive Mark Goldring apologises for not acting fast enough when concerns were raised about Oxfam’s practices.
Conservative former equalities minister, Nicky Morgan, and Labour’s Jess Phillips, who’s a member of the women and equalities committee, discuss Vote 100.
Parliament is marking 100 years since some women won the right to vote, and it’s been a century of remarkable change. Laura Bates, who founded the Everyday Sexism campaign, the broadcaster Joan Bakewell, Liv Little, who’s editor-in-chief of Gal-Dem, the online magazine written by women of colour, and student and activist Jemmar Samuels discuss where…