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.
We spoke to Emily Thornberry and asked her why she joined a People’s Vote rally today.
The former Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has just launched an all party parliamentary group on Press Freedom in the UK.
The chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat, and the chair of the Brexit Party, MEP Richard Tice, discuss the leak of Sir Kim Darroch’s emails.
We talk to Labour MP Jess Phillips about the schools protest.
Robert Glasper is not just a highly prolific musician, acclaimed around the world – he’s become renowned for his ability to fuse all kinds of different genres, something which he says is a return to the roots of jazz.
This evening China’s ambassador to London was summoned to the Foreign Office over what the UK described as “unacceptable and inaccurate” comments from Beijing in the escalating dispute over the protests in Hong Kong.
Here’s a leadership hustings all participants agreed to turn up to.
The Middle East conference has been overshadowed by rising tension and the threat of war between America and Iran.
We spoke to the former Leader of the House, Andrea Leadsom, who resigned from Theresa May’s cabinet two days before the PM announced she would be standing down.
Nimko Ali has campaigned most of her life to end FGM, after being mutilated at the age of seven.
Conservative MP Margot James is supporting Jeremy Hunt for leader of the Conservative party.
How exactly do Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt think they’ll break the Brexit deadlock?
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has become something of a poster-boy for Europe’s far right. He’s portrayed himself as the defender of a white, Christian Hungary at risk from refugees and migrants. His government has rewritten the constitution, tightened control over the media and remodelled the justice system. Now in his fourth term in office, he’s taken…
Prisons Minister Robert Buckland is a Boris Johnson backer.
Her first two albums were Mercury Prize nominated and now Kate Tempest is back with her latest, The Book of Traps and Lessons.