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 spoke to the Leader of the House, Andrea Leadsom, about her campaign to be PM, and put it to her that there was no such thing as a managed no-deal exit from the European Union.
One man who has spoken to many of the women who have accused R Kelly is investigative reporter Jim DeRogatis.
R and B superstar R Kelly was back in court this week denying eleven new charges of sexual assault and abuse.
Cathy Newman spoke to former Conservative party chair Sayeeda Warsi and began by asking her how the revelations about drug use are going down with the grass roots.
The Queen has celebrated her official birthday with her most diverse honours list to date – with campaigners and charity workers joining the more traditional array of musicians and actors.
Marcellus Baz is a former gang member and drug dealer who now runs the charity Switch Up which works with young people in Nottingham to steer them away from gangs.
We talked to Sally Challen’s son David, and started by asking if he ever thought this day would come.
Boris Johnson will not face a criminal prosecution over claims he made during the Brexit campaign that the UK sent £350 million a week to the EU.
Anna Soubry is the new leader of Change UK.
Quentin Peel, an associate of the foreign affairs think tank, Chatham House, and Nile Gardiner, foreign policy analyst and former aide to Margaret Thatcher, discuss the Trump visit.
Prize-winning author Arundhati Roy discusses the Trump visit.
Just two Liberal Democrats are in the race to succeed Sir Vince Cable as leader of their party.
The Conservative MP David Davis, who’s long campaigned for freedom of speech, has been in Belfast supporting the two journalists at the centre of the controversy.
Reports have emerged that the Ministry of Defence is refusing a request from the Foreign Office to release millions of pounds owed to Iran that could help secure the release of a British woman being held in Tehran.
We spoke to Baroness Arminka Helic, who arrived in the UK as a refugee from the Bosnian war more than a quarter of a century ago.