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 speak to the Eurosceptic Tory MP Andrew Bridgen, who’s not very happy with the deal Theresa May has got past her Cabinet. Even Boris Johnson agreed to it, after some apparently colourful language at Friday’s Chequers talks.
As a million people take to London’s streets to celebrate Pride – we talk to Aloysius Sali – who fled to the UK and claimed refugee status after being persecuted for his sexuality in his native Uganda, and now works full time with LGBT refugees here.
On the NHS’ 70th birthday, Cathy Newman is with some of those who use and work in the health service every day at Queen’s Hospital in Romford.
We are in Queen’s Hospital in Romford, where baby Ezra was born today. He shares his birthday with a 70-year-old: the National Health Service.
The new train timetables have meant a miserable few weeks for commuters, and the hot weather is only adding to frayed nerves. It’s led to calls for the railways to be re-nationalised, and even for the Transport Secretary to step down. Now one Conservative MP is proposing a new compensation scheme that would pay out…
Olly Alexander, lead singer of Years and Years, talks to Channel 4 News about their new album Palo Santo – as well as LGBT mental health, coming out and being scared to hold his partner’s hand in public.
In an exclusive interview with Channel 4 News, Russia’s top diplomat said he would not rule out the possibility that the UK was engaged in a cover-up. Sergey Lavrov also claimed that “all kinds of tricks” had been used to change the rules of the OPCW, the international chemical watchdog.
It’s been over a decade since a report into deaths at womens’ prisons, commissioned by Labour, was published. One of its recomendations was that big prisons, which it described as “social dustbins”, should be “largely done away with”. Justice Minister Edward Argar is asked why it has taken successive governments so long to act.
There may now be more clarity for EU citizens living here, but arrangements for how Brits in EU countries will be treated after Brexit have yet to be spelled out. Anne Hernández is British and has been living in Spain for over 30 years. She’s head of the British expats’ association in Spain. Dimitri Scarlato…
Labour MP Tonia Antoniazzi has children in her constituency whose conditions are alleviated by medicinal cannabis.
German Green Party MEP Barbara Lochbihler and Dominik Tarczynski, an MP from Poland’s right-wing Law and Justice party, discuss migration.
Culture Minister Margot James discusses plans to outlaw ‘upskirting’.
Gina Martin has campaigned for ‘upskirting’ to be made illegal.
Shaun Bailey is a Conservative member of the London Assembly and a former youth worker. Eliza Rebeiro set up Lives Not Knives, a charity which diverts young people from crime.
It’s almost exactly a year since the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire. The anniversary was marked today with the opening of a memorial garden dedicated to healing, peace and justice. The Mayor of London joined survivors, firefighters and community members who helped in the aftermath of the fire at a church service remembering the…