Channel 4 News

  • 18 Dec 2017

    Hundreds of thousands of people in Britain face Christmas on the streets or in temporary accommodation. In our new series, Out In The Cold, Channel 4 News explores what life is like for those without a home. Three weeks ago a woman was found dead in a park in the heart of Cardiff. She had…

  • 5 Dec 2017

    Could the Manchester Arena bombing have been averted? The independent report says if the cards had fallen differently, it might have been stopped.

  • 5 Dec 2017

    A Channel 4 News investigation reveals how adults have used YouTube to message young children and groom them into making inappropriate videos on-demand.

  • 1 Dec 2017

    These are the known victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. 71 people died in the fire. Channel 4 News has worked to name each resident and provide details of what happened to them on the night of the fire. These are the people of Grenfell Tower.

  • 21 Nov 2017

    People poured on to the streets, cheering and dancing with joy at the news that Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe had resigned.

  • 21 Nov 2017

    It’s over, ending 37 years of tyranny, corruption, self-enrichment and systemic abuse of human rights. Mugabe has finally resigned.  

  • 13 Nov 2017

    Children as young as 14 are receiving rare notices from the police warning them that they are at risk of being murdered or serious harm – known as threat to life notices. Channel 4 News can also reveal that the number of such notices being issued has risen dramatically in many parts of the country.

  • 5 Nov 2017

    After a week of sexual harassment revelations and worse, the reputation of British politics could be continues to face more allegations. First Secretary of State Damian Green has strongly denied a claim that police found porn on a computer in his office. Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski has been referred to his party’s disciplinary committee following…

  • 29 Oct 2017

    Ever since the Catalan independence vote, the region’s flag has been flying all over Scotland. James Blake is in Glasgow to find out what people are thinking.

  • 23 Oct 2017

    For those people who call a tower block home, the lift that rides up and down their building is also an important communal space. It’s the place where members of a vertical community cross paths with neighbours and bump into friends. We installed ourselves inside an elevator in one block near Grenfell Tower to find…

  • 22 Oct 2017

    As Britain pledges £10 million in aid for the ruined Syrian city of Raqqa, we hear from several families who’ve lived there since the so-called Islamic State proclaimed it their political capital and survived the brutal battle to drive the jihadists out. Their home was liberated by the mostly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces. Film-maker Gabriel Chaim…

  • 21 Oct 2017

    Feminist, LGBT rights activist and model – Yrsa Daley Ward is fast becoming a star in the poetry world. Three years ago the Lancashire born writer self-published her first collection. When it failed to launch she shared the poems on Instagram, winning over 120 thousand fans. Now Daley Ward has become Penguin’s newest published poet…

  • 21 Oct 2017

    The Spanish government is set to decapitate the Catalan administration, impose direct rule and call new elections. It follows weeks of upheaval over the independence referendum in Catalonia, which Spain’s political leaders and courts said was illegal.

  • 14 Oct 2017

    Trump isolated over Iran deal – Hillary Clinton on her election loss – Willem Dafoe talks about his new film.

  • 13 Oct 2017

    Speaking at an International Monetary Fund meeting in Washington, Chancellor Philip Hammond has described as “absurd” accusations that he is talking down the British economy. He tells Dani Isdale that negotiations over Brexit must continue and the EU and UK need to “sit down and talk”.