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.
Guy Verhofstadt, a Belgian MEP and the parliament’s Brexit co-ordinator, was at today’s hearing with Mark Zuckerberg.
Chair of the Transport Select Committee, Labour MP Lilian Greenwood, discusses the East Coast Mail Line.
Ross Thomson, Conservative MP for Aberdeen South, and SNP MSP Ash Denham discuss the EU withdrawal bill.
Former Foreign Secretary David Miliband discusses Brexit.
Israel’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Danny Danon, discusses the Gaza protests.
Chris Wilson is a conservative pollster and strategist who was the director of research and analytics for Senator Ted Cruz’s Presidential campaign.
Earthquakes have hit Hawaii’s largest island following the eruption of the volcano Kilauea. The quakes are the strongest to have hit the US state since the 1970s and follow the eruption on Thursday which led to hundreds of residents being moved to safety.
Patrick Green, Chief Executive of anti-knife campaign group the Ben Kinsella Trust speaks to use via the internet. He’s a member of the government’s new Serious Violence Task Force which met for the first time just over a week ago. We asked him whether on this occasion Donald Trump’s comments were at least partly rooted…
We’re joined by the photographer Fiona Compton and Don Letts, DJ, film-maker and organiser of the 50th anniversary celebrations of Trojan Records.
Cathy Newman follows the Prime Minister as she campaigns in the north-west of England, ahead of Thursday’s local elections.
We speak to American author Jesmyn Ward about the gritty realities of life in the Deep South portrayed in her new novel ‘Sing, Unburied, Sing’. It is an intimate portrait of a Mississippi family in crisis taking in race, drugs and poverty.
Transport Minister Jo Johnson has told Amber Rudd she should remain in her position as Home Secretary and correct the mistakes her department has made during the Windrush scandal.
We spoke to the former Cabinet Minister and Conservative MP Maria Miller fom her consituency in Basingstoke. As someone who knows what it’s like to be a minister on the ropes, we asked her what might be going through Amber Rudd’s mind.
Sammy Woodhouse was 14 when she was sexually abused by one of the men from Rotherham’s notorious paedophile gangs. She says Arshid Hussain coerced her into a relationship, crimes like robbery and drug dealing before she had his child at the age of just 15. Now she’s campaigning for a law to make sure children…
Labour MP Margaret Hodge discusses anti-semitism.