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.
The environment secretary George Eustice today linked extreme weather events to what he said was “the nature of climate change” and added that the government had not been caught off guard by the floods caused by Storm Dennis.
We’re joined by Mark Garnier, the MP for Wyre Forest – a neighbouring constituency which has flooded in the past, and the Reverend Ruth Hulse who’s the Church of England’s dean for the Hereford area.
Greyfriars Avenue is usually a pleasant place to live – just yards from the town centre and not far from the River Wye.
She’s performed in more than a dozen countries and has earned herself the nickname “the violin girl”. The Newcastle violinist Leia Zhu will make her British professional concerto debut this weekend.
Brighton’s Green MP Caroline Lucas joins us now from the House of Commons.
The Mayor for the West Midlands, Andy Street, and Nikki Williams, who is head of campaigns at The Wildlife Trusts discuss HS2.
Earlier I spoke to the Prime Minister on behalf of all UK broadcasters. I began by asking if his chief advisor Dominic Cummings – who once described HS2 as a disaster zone – was wrong about it?
Professor Ian Acheson, a former prison governor, who is a senior advisor to the Government’s Counter-Extremism project and wrote a report on islamist extremism in jails and Usama Hasan – an Imam and counter-extremism consultant, speak to Cathy Newman about the emergency legislation the government is preparing which would end automatic early release for terrorists.
Sarah Jane Downing runs a support group for around a hundred Paterson survivors and family members.
President of the Royal College of Surgeons, Professor Derek Alderson, responds to the conclusions of the inquiry into malpractice by jailed breast surgeon Ian Paterson.
One unpleasant repercussion of the global fear of the coronavirus has been a growing number of racist incidents experienced by Chinese and other Asian people, including here in the UK.
A short time ago I spoke to Jill Rutter from the Kings College London research group, UK in a Changing Europe, and I began by asking her what the consequences of a Canada-style deal might be for the UK economy.
Ben Kavanagh spoke to us – over a rather ropey internet connection – from quarantine in the Wirral.
The former energy minister Claire Perry O’Neill has been sacked from her post in charge of the UN Climate summit, due to be held in Glasgow later this year.
Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell speaks to Channel 4 News from his own Brexit celebration party.