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.
Brexit Minister Chris Heaton-Harris is quizzed on the government’s no-deal Brexit planning.
The singer Jamelia has accused media outlets of using her name as click-bait to encourage people to read a story about a man convicted of a gangland murder.
Damian Green, one of Theresa May’s oldest political allies and closest friends, discusses the impact the last few months have had on her.
We won’t know for another hour or so if Theresa May will be returning here tonight with her leadership and her premiership intact. There are those who argue if she wins tonight her authority has been enhanced, boosting her chances of getting her Brexit deal through parliament. One cabinet minister I was talking to earlier…
A woman who claims she was abused by a vicar has told this programme that she was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement before reading an official review which accused the Church of England of mismanaging her complaints.
Companies and government buildings across the world are going purple today, to show support for the UN-designated International Day for people with Disabilities. But many public bodies remain highly unrepresentative of the more than 13 million people in the UK with disabilities.
When the first cases of HIV broke out in the early eighties it was deemed a death sentence. Today life expectancy can be the same as the general population, and those on effective treatment can’t pass on the virus through sex. But the stigma remains, and older people can be particularly vulnerable. The Terrence Higgins…
Five of the world’s leading charities have urged the US to abandon support for a coalition – led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – fighting rebel forces in Yemen, saying it would save millions of lives. Shocking images reveal the extent of the starvation amongst Yemeni civilians, as the charities warned that…
Earlier I spoke to the former government minister Mark Francois – one of the Conservative MPs who’s handed in a letter calling for Theresa May to resign. I began by asking him if he thought a leadership challenge at this stage would delay the Brexit proceedings.
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.