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Ever since Britain voted for Brexit in 2016, there’s been talk of a “constitutional crisis”, but what actually is the constitution?
Ahead of the UK TV premiere of the critically acclaimed documentary For Sama, we talk to Channel 4 News filmmaker and award-winning director Waad al-Kateab and her husband Dr Hamza al-Kateab. For Sama is an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war. A love letter from a young mother to her daughter,…
Number 10 is now flatly refusing to say whether Boris Johnson will send an extension letter tonight.
How does Boris Johnson’s deal differ from the one that Theresa May failed to get past the House of Commons?
The parents of Harry Dunn, who was killed in a motorbike accident involving the wife of a US diplomat, have met President Trump in person to ask for her to return to the UK.
In an interview with Channel 4 News, the group said it was committed to ‘armed actions’ against border infrastructure – and ‘the people who are manning them’.
US Vice President Mike Pence is being sent to the Middle East to call for an immediate end to Turkey’s attacks on Kurds in Syria.
The parents of 19-year-old Harry Dunn say the American suspect in the crash which caused his death should return to the UK to face justice, saying it’s the “right thing to do”.
Well President Trump is facing growing outrage from his own party over his decision to pull US troops out of Syria – the threat of impeachment from House Democrats – and successful legal proceedings which might force the release of his much guarded financial records.
Tonight our purple Channel 4 News couch is in Bewdley in the West Midlands where the psychoanalytic psychotherapist Susanna Abse has been talking to the deputy leader of the Labour Party, Tom Watson.
One in seven British species is threatened with extinction, according to a new report by the country’s main wildlife and conservation charities.
He welcomed viewers to the first edition of Channel 4 News when the programme was launched in 1982 and went on to present the show for seven years.
New figures out today show that the number of homeless people dying on the streets has risen sharply by more than a fifth.
Much of the conversation in the conference cafes and bars has been the claim by a female journalist that Boris Johnson groped her thigh 20 years ago, a claim denied by Downing Street.