Ciaran Jenkins is the Data Correspondent and Presenter for Channel 4 News based in the Leeds newsroom.
He covers a wide range of stories, from home and social affairs to sport and technology. He has reported exclusively for Channel 4 News on international phone hacking scams and police racism.
Ciaran joined Channel 4 News in 2012 from the BBC, where he had specialised in politics and then education. During his time at the BBC he broke a series of exclusives on bogus academics and visa fraud, for which he won a number of awards.
We spoke to the Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation Matthew Taylor.
We spoke to the Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry, and started by asking why Labour think a deal with the EU is so crucial to dealing with the small boats crisis
There’s also been an almighty row recently over the expansion of ULEZ – Ultra Low Emissions Zone to cover the whole of London. What are the health benefits?
Earlier we spoke to the Chief Inspector of Prisons, Charlie Taylor.
We spoke to the environmental economist Dr Matthew Agarwala from Cambridge University, who’s focussed on climate, sustainability and wellbeing.
We spoke to Conservative MP Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, who’s on the Public Accounts Committee which has been investigating the dangers of aerated concrete.
The latest stage of the Man United saga was reported by Mail on Sunday columnist Alex Miller.
One person has died and up to 70,000 people are stranded at the Burning Man festival in Nevada – after heavy rain turned the site into thick rivers of mud.
Justin Jones is a Democrat Tennessee state representative. In April, he was expelled from the chamber after calling for gun reforms during a protest on the House floor. But he told me he refuses to be silenced.
We spoke to the First Minister of Scotland, Humza Yousaf, about the concrete crisis as he took part in a rally “for Scotland in the EU”.
The UK economy bounced back from the pandemic much better than previously thought, according to revised figures from the Office for National Statistics. It means the UK is no longer the G7’s worst performing economy on that measure.
The senior midwife Donna Ockenden has told this programme that accountability of NHS managers needs to be examined, following the Lucy Letby scandal. There have been calls for more regulation following Letby’s sentencing last week, after a number of consultants raised concerns to senior management which they say were ignored. Ms Ockenden is currently leading…
More than 100 schools across England need to find temporary classrooms after potentially dangerous concrete was discovered. The government now faces a big problem, but were there earlier opportunities to get on top of it?
Ciaran is joined by Elaine Kamarck, a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in the US.
Ciaran Jenkins spoke to Kevin Bentley, who’s leader of the Conservative group at the Local Government Association. He asked him if the Government should have let local authorities know sooner.