Our Green and Pleasant Land series has exposed worrying declines in the natural world across the UK. But what about in your back garden? Check out the interactive graphic.
Operation Yewtree is the police investigation into alleged sexual abuse by the late Jimmy Savile and others.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage is the man of the moment in British politics. But his party didn’t get to where it is now without provoking a range of opinions from other politicians.
Net migration into the UK was around 2 million in the decade up to 2012, but a large number were students. Our graphic shows the ebb and flow of movement in and out of the UK since 2003.
Did Margaret Thatcher’s government initiate a social revolution? Did poor people become poorer under her? And did government spending as a percentage of GDP decrease? We look at the numbers.
Safety reviews have meant several changes to the Grand National in recent years, but the steeplechase continues to test both horse and jockey. We track the most dangerous jumps on the course.
From hot tramps to diamond dogs, Channel 4 News draws a line – with a jet black eye pencil – from David Bowie to his musical disciples across punk, goth, indie and pop.
Male, over 60, conservative. As the college of cardinals prepares to select the next pope, Channel 4 News maps the differences – or similarities – between some of the top contenders.
Ukip’s result in Eastleigh marks the third time in the last three months that the party has beaten the Conservatives at a by-election. Is it now a political force to be reckoned with?
It’s Oscars night in LA, so what does it take to make the best picture? Channel 4 News looks back at recent winners.
One in five children in the UK lives below the poverty line, but there is a vast gulf in poverty rates across the UK – and can you guess which MPs’ constituencies have the lowest levels?
Horsemeat has been found in a range of ready-meals – from “beef” burger to bolognese. But where did it come from, and how did it get there? Channel 4 News untangles the frozen-food chain.
New research by Shelter suggests basic foodstuffs would be beyond the means of most families if the price of the weekly shop had risen in line with house prices over the last 40 years.
Around 300 million weapons, a bigger GDP than Iceland, and more gun shops than McDonald’s restaurants. Check out the Channel 4 News graphic in our special Guns in America series.
In the week London’s Southbank Centre begins a year-long celebration of music in the 20th century, we draw the connections between some of the greatest musicians of the last 100 years.