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.
Jeremy Corbyn says he has a plan to save Britain’s high streets from a retail apocalypse and promises to reclaim abandoned shops and “revive” Britain’s town centres.
Thousands of people have been taking part in a ceremony in Manchester today, marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre – when it’s thought 18 people were killed and hundreds injured as they gathered to demand democratic reform. A tragedy which became the first step towards political democracy and the right to vote.
Our North of England Correspondent Clare Fallon has been meeting environmentalists in Yorkshire who are working to restore the land’s ability to capture carbon.
The Prime Minister has announced another spending boost for the justice system, with a hundred million pounds promised to improve prison security.
Shahid Mohammed fled the country while on bail and was only extradited from Pakistan last year.
They’ve been working non-stop, but Whaley Bridge is not out of danger yet. The damaged dam protecting this sleepy Derbyshire town is creaking and could still collapse.
Thousands of residents of Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire are being evacuated from the town because there are fears a dam may collapse.
I want us to “go the extra thousand miles” to reach a new Brexit deal, Boris Johnson declared today, describing the existing agreement as “dead”.
In a speech in Manchester Boris Johnson promised billions of spending on improving transport links, building beautiful new homes and addressing the underfunding of Further Education colleges.
Boris Johnson is nothing if not a controversial choice for Prime Minister. It’s fair to say that whichever way people think about him, they have a strong opinion.
Greater Manchester Police have been waiting for two years to bring Hashem Abedi back to the UK.
A complex range of factors are to blame say the Scottish government, and they want the powers devolved from Westminster so they can bring radical measures to tackle what they describe as a crisis.
A public inquiry has concluded that police made “catastrophic errors” in an operation that led to the fatal shooting of an unarmed man.
It’s billed as 18 extraordinary days of art, but the Manchester International Festival, which opens today, has been caught up in an row about who wrote one of the plays that is having its premiere there. “Tree” was the brainchild of Idris Elba, but two women writers who were involved in the early stages say…
Young mothers seeking to work and become financially independent are struggling against a background of low pay, zero hours contracts and benefit cuts, according to the charity The Young Women’s Trust.