It was one of the most remarkable elections this country has ever seen, with both Labour and Tories having historically abysmal results.
President Trump has begun a 3 day trip to Japan aimed at showcasing strong relations between the two countries – fuelled, he hopes, by a new agreement to reduce America’s multi-billion dollar trade deficit with Japan.
An American artist who rose to fame documenting everyday teenage life, Khalid has now become one of the most streamed artists on the planet
Brexit has certainly engaged people in politics like never before. Whilst thousands have taken to the streets to protest on both sides of the divide, others are fighting the war from their living rooms.
Health workers battling to control a worsening outbreak of Ebola in Eastern Congo face many challenges. Not just the deadly disease itself, but the ongoing violence in that region which has seen clinics come under attack and patients killed. The disease has already claimed over a thousand lives and now aid agencies are warning that…
Here in the UK, Brexit dominates the campaign that was never supposed to happen for Thursday’s European elections. Six weeks of talks between Labour and the government to find a deal on the Withdrawal Agreement have ended without consummation. With both sides blaming the other. The latest polling has the Tories in fourth, even fifth…
Evidence seen by this programme suggests that Arron Banks, through his companies, financed Mr Farage to the tune of just under half a million pounds.
Channel 4 News investigation reveals how millionaire Arron Banks spent approximately £450,000 on Nigel Farage to fund lavish lifestyle the year following the EU referendum in summer 2016.
Jon Ronson talks to Krishnan while on a stage tour in the UK about the importance of curiosity, why he’s decided to talk about his mental breakdown, and the ethics that drive his journalism.
Undercover filming revealed how the company secretly campaigns in elections across the world.
It should be open to all, but for young people leaving care the chance of higher education, of all the opportunities which that entails, is virtually out of reach.
Across the country, states are coming under pressure to clear massive backlogs of untested rape kits – the boxes of DNA evidence collected after assaults.
At least 207 people have been killed and hundreds more injured in a series of explosions across Sri Lanka.
Yellow Vest protestors in Paris have set fire to vehicles and barricades – many declaring that rebuilding the fire damaged Notre Dame cathedral shouldn’t be the government’s only priority.