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.
Matthew McGregor, a digital strategist who’s worked on several political campaigns, including President Obama’s re-election in 2012, discusses Facebook.
Journalist Rania Abouzeid and Michael Herzog, a retired brigadier general of the Israel Defence Forces, discuss Syria.
Labour MP Siobhain McDonough, who wrote the open letter to Jeremy Corbyn, and Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from Jewish Voice for Labour – a group supportive of Mr Corbyn, discuss Labour’s anti-Semitism row.
When this programme secretly filmed bosses at Cambridge Analytica, they boasted of using Facebook data to help put Donald Trump in the White House. After she had lost to Trump, Hillary Clinton told us she had faced a “massive propaganda campaign”. So could it have been Cambridge Analytica’s operation that swung the 2016 election? The…
Ian Saville is a committee member of Jewish Voice for Labour and Ruth Smeeth is vice chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party and a victim of alleged anti-Semitism at the launch of Labour’s report into the subject in 2016.
Back now to our top story on the data scandal. The data harvesting began after Cambridge University Professor Alexsandr Kogan developed an app to conduct personality tests of Facebook users. Guardian columnist Poppy Noor was a psychology student at the university in 2011. She worked on developing a personality test that Mr Kogan then reproduced,…
Journalist Billie Porter began working with media company Vice UK when she was just 16. But in a recent blog post on Medium.com, she’s detailed alleged inappropriate behavior by senior colleagues. Vice staff have already been the subject of multiple harassment allegations. The former CEO, Shane Smith has previously apologised, saying Vice had “failed…to create…
A man who is suspected of a series of bombings that have terrorised the people of Texas has blown himself up in his car, police have said. The man, who has been identified in US media as 23 year old Mark Anthony Conditt, died after an explosion was detonated as police officers approached his vehicle.…
Baroness Martha Lane Fox, a crossbench peer who chairs Doteveryone, which campaigns for more effective legislation online. She also sits on the board of the social media giant Twitter.
Channel 4 has revealed that its female staff are paid on average nearly 29 per cent less than its male staff. The gender pay gap at the organisation is far worse than the national average and the BBC. Cathy Newman spoke to Channel 4’s new Chief Executive Alex Mahon about the figures.
Before the announcement from the Met Police about Nikolai Glushkov, Cathy Newman went to the Russian Embassy in London to speak to the Ambassador. I began by asking him what he made of the UK Government’s accusations that the Russian state was behind the Salisbury attack.
Security Minister Ben Wallace discusses Russia.
Donald Trump has declared that a deal with North Korea is “very much in the making”, a day after revealing he had agreed to meet its leader Kim Jong-un. Cathy Newman speaks to a North Korean defector-turned-activist who met President Trump.
Thousands of women have joined a march through central London demanding an end to violence against women around the world – from female genital mutilation to harassment at work.
Disturbing new allegations about Mohamed Al Fayed and how he abused his power against women who worked for him. Three more women claim they were all sexually assaulted by the Egyptian magnate. One woman tells the programme she was targeted when she was just 15-years-old.