Clare Fallon is the North of England Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Clare joined Channel 4 News in 2018 having spent almost two decades covering some of the biggest stories in the North of England for both television and radio news.
Most recently she was Social Affairs Correspondent for the BBC in the North West, where she covered the bomb attack at Manchester Arena in which 22 people were killed.
Clare was also responsible for a series of exclusive reports exposing the failings in the response to the death of Cumbria toddler, Poppi Worthington. Her work on the story was mentioned in the House of Commons.
Having previously worked for Sky News and ITV Granada, she covered the riots in Manchester and Liverpool in 2011 and worked extensively on the Rochdale grooming case, for which she won a Royal Television Society award.
Not everyone queueing outside petrol stations has been panic buying.
Over the next two weeks in Leeds, more than 70,000 students will arrive at the city’s five separate universities.
When rioters stormed the US Capitol in January, one of their first targets was the office of the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. As demonstrators gather again in Washington, she’s in Lancashire, meeting counterparts from across the G7.
‘We always go to London. Can we do it in your district?’ That suggestion from the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi meant that tonight she’ll be eating Lancashire hotpot along with her fellow speakers from the G7.
Plan A to combat the feared autumn and winter rise in Covid infections seems pretty straightforward
The family of an autistic child, who was assaulted by a police officer in school, have called for officers to receive mandatory training on how to deal with children with similar conditions.
Police have begun searching a flooded quarry north of York, looking for the remains of Claudia Lawrence who disappeared twelve years ago.
Well for half a century one man has become known as the ‘Voice of Anfield’ – George Sephton, who’s the stadium announcer and one of the club’s longest serving members of staff.
The IOPC, the Independent Office for Police Conduct, has launched an investigation into why officers returned Jake Davison’s gun and firearms permit to him last month after they’d taken them away following an alleged assault.
The police watchdog has said it will be launching an investigation into the Devon and Cornwall force.
It took less than 10 minutes for 22-year-old Jake Davison to gun down five people, including his own mother and a three-year-old girl, before turning his weapon on himself.
Seven men have received life sentences for the murder of 19 year old law student Aya Hachem.
Seven men have been found guilty of murdering a student – who was mistakenly killed in a drive by shooting.
Pop-up vaccine centres are appearing this weekend at festivals and sporting events to attract more people to get vaccinated.
Today also saw a review published into five cases of sexual abuse in Bradford going back two decades. That report found that victims “suffered abuse that no child should have to experience”.