Channel 4 News

  • 4 Sep 2018

    In the second part of our series, Lost Childhood, we have an insight into what shaped the artist Robi Walters – and the catastrophic event which he says will forever define his life and work.

  • 3 Sep 2018

    The first in our ‘Lost Childhood’ series, which examines the way we look after our most vulnerable young people.

  • 2 Sep 2018

    “This stain must be removed”. This was the warning from former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who wants Labour to adopt a definition of antisemitism which has caused huge controversy within the party.

  • 1 Sep 2018

    Palestinian officials have denounced America’s decision to stop funding the UN agency which helps Palestinian refugees – saying it would only “strengthen terrorism” in the region.

  • 31 Aug 2018

    An NHS trust has lashed out at reports that more than 60 babies or mothers may have died or suffered serious harm at its maternity unity. The Shrewsbury and Telford Trust began reviewing 23 alleged instances of poor maternity care last year.

  • 25 Aug 2018

    Thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees have marked the one-year anniversary of the attacks that sent them fleeing to Bangladesh by praying that they can return to Myanmar. They demonstrated in the refugee camp that has become home to nearly 900,000 people. They fled last August when Myanmar’s military and Buddhist mobs carried out attacks and…

  • 24 Aug 2018

    The daughter of a couple who died while at an Egyptian hotel complex has said she believes something suspicious caused their deaths. John and Susan Cooper died within hours of each other at the five-star Aqua Magic Hotel in Hurghada. The hotel said they died from natural causes and Egyptian authorites say their deaths were caused by circulation problems…

  • 24 Aug 2018

    In typical combative style, Alex Salmond came out fighting against the allegations of sexual harassment made against him. First he launched a legal battle against the investigation into him by the Scottish Government. Then he took to the airways to protest his innocence. The Daily Record newspaper reported that the allegations sprang from his conduct while he…

  • 23 Aug 2018

    The Government’s contingency plans for a no deal brexit amount to a torrent of details from stock piles of medical supplies, to warnings that Britons living elsewhere in Europe could lose access to UK banking and pension services. Brexit secretary Dominic Raab described it as “practical and proportionate advice” – but Labour said it showed…

  • 18 Aug 2018

    A tax on single-use plastics has gained huge support from the public according to the Treasury. It says a consultation on the so called ‘Latte Levy’ got the highest public response of any in the Treasury’s history. Campaigners say a tax is now inevitable. Jessica Savage reports.

  • 17 Aug 2018

    The London Mayor Sadiq Khan has called on the Attorney General to back a new inquest into the death of a nine-year-old girl with severe asthma whose illness coincided with spikes in pollution. Ella Kissi-Debrah’s mother has been fighting a long campaign to link her death to air pollution surges near their home. It comes as…

  • 17 Aug 2018

    Vaping on an e-cigarette is much less harmful than smoking regular cigarettes, according to MPs, who say the rules around using them should be relaxed. In their report, they suggest e-cigarettes could be allowed on buses and trains and should be available on prescription to help people give up smoking. But is enough known about…

  • 16 Aug 2018

    There were celebrations: there were commiserations – the sound of envelopes being torn open across England, Northern Ireland and Wales. So far, your standard A-Level results day scenes – but in a year when reforms put more focus on final exams – the results showed a slight increase in top grades, a slight fall in overall pass rates,…

  • 16 Aug 2018

    In a heartfelt and searing goodbye letter to Britain, the departing Barbados High Commissioner has told Channel 4 News that the UK should establish a “truth and reconciliation commission” to deal with the fall out from the Windrush scandal.

  • 16 Aug 2018

    Farewell my love: A letter from Barbados to Britain

    As I sit on the 14:30 train from King’s Cross to York for what is my last train ride across England, in pursuit of trade links with Scarborough, there is a certain ambivalence to my taking leave of the UK at the end of August after what has been a rewarding four years as High…