Ciaran Jenkins is the Scotland Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
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 MP for Rochdale, Tony Lloyd, and asked him what he thought of the shocking images in our report from Rochdale.
No establishment, Westminster or otherwise, will ever silence the voice of the Scottish people – Nicola Sturgeon has told crowds here outside Holyrood.
We spoke to Julianne Smith, the US Ambassador to Nato.
We spoke to housing campaigner Kwajo Tweneboa.
We spoke to Conservative MP and former immigration minister Caroline Nokes.
Caring for a child with a serious illness is one of the most difficult pressures for a family.
The musician works towards combining African and classical music on a world stage – often improvising, often using his own voice as an instrument.
It was the largest data leak in US military history, sending shockwaves across the world and propelling Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange to global prominence.
Political turbulence south of the border provided the SNP with an ideal backdrop for their conference in Aberdeen over the weekend.
Senior Conservative ministers have called on colleagues to stop their infighting and get behind Liz Truss as prime minister.
The Scottish National Party conference opens in Aberdeen today with the SNP looking to capitalise on recent Conservative Party turmoil – but also turning its attention to Labour, who are rising in the polls albeit still trailing the SNP in Scotland.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks about her party’s position on the UK’s nuclear programme Trident, how Scotland will use the pound if it went independent and defends her record on green jobs.
We’re joined by Gill Barlow, who is the Counselling and Mental Health Service Manager for the University of Bradford.
We spoke to Estonia’s foreign minister Urmas Reinsalu, whose country borders Russia, and asked him whether he shares the fears of a potential nuclear accident at the Zaporizhzhia power plant.
“We’ll have it in a week, but you can’t see it” – the message from the government today as ministers stuck to plans to publish an independent assessment of the mini-Budget at the end of November, despite asking for a first draft by this time next week.