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.
She was a teenage trainee working for one of India’s most respected newspaper editors when, she claims, he repeatedly sexually harassed her.
A female protester has been killed after she was hit by a motorist during demonstrations across France against rising fuel taxes. 106 people have been injured as demonstrators blockaded major roads, causing gridlock in the process. Police said more than a hundred others were injured, many as furious drivers tried to force their way past.…
Cathy Newman is joined by Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi, the Conservative MP for Stratford upon Avon, to discuss the future of May’s Brexit Deal.
Cathy Newman speaks to Tom Wheeler, who’s the director of regulation for the Oil and Gas Authority. She asks if he was misleading people about the possible consequences of gas extraction and fracking.
The entertainer Sir Lenny Henry has led calls for more diversity on television and film behind the camera as well as on screen.
They’re controversial legal agreements which can guarantee silence in exchange for cash. The furore over non-disclosure agreements emerged again last week, after a Labour peer used parliamentary privilege to identify Sir Philip Green as a businessman alleged to have used NDAs in settlements with several former employees claiming sexual and racial harassment.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Mel Stride, and Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, discuss the budget.
The Man Booker prize judges were “unanimous” in their choice of winner, describing Milkman by Belfast-born Anna Burns as “incredibly original”. It was finished years before the MeToo movement, or concerns about the future of Northern Ireland, post-Brexit, yet it’s narrated by a young woman aggressively harassed by an older man, set against a backdrop…
Moscow’s Ambassador to the UK has been speaking to the press for the first time since the investigative website Bellingcat unmasked what they say are the two men suspected of carrying out the Salisbury poisoning. Russia insists they are Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, tourists intent on seeing Salisbury’s famous cathedral with its wonderful spire. But Bellingcat published documents this week identifying…
One person who’s got to know Arron Banks reasonably well is Russia’s ambassador to the UK. Alexander Yakovenko has met the Brexit backer several times. So at one of his regular press conferences today I asked him why he was so keen to help Mr Banks.
He was jailed for 18 years for a crime he didn’t commit, only to be convicted of another one a few years later. Making a Murderer, the story of Steven Avery’s criminal life, has gripped millions around the world and won numerous awards. We’ve been speaking to the filmmakers.
Nearly a million reported crimes are not being investigated fully by the police, according to new figures obtained by Channel 4’s Dispatches programme.
We speak to Ben Humberstone from the Office for National Statistics, Matt Downie, policy director for Crisis, and David Tovey, who used to be homeless and is a campaigner and founder of the One Festival of Homeless Arts.
He’s the Israeli historian best known as the author of “Sapiens”, which looked at the evolution of humankind – and now Yuval Harari has published “21 Lessons for the 21st Century,” a book warning us how to harness the greatest global revolution to date: the rise of artificial intelligence. Cathy Newman went to meet him…
Michael Avenatti is the lawyer representing Julia Swetnick, one of the women accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.