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.
Workers from the EU should face the same immigration rules as those from elsewhere after Brexit. Ministers signed off the plan last night following recommendations made by the Migration Advisory Committee. The cabinet is said to have unanimously agreed that the UK should have a system based on skills rather than nationality.
The Chief Rabbi has claimed there’s been “no delivery and no action” when it comes to dealing with anti-Semitism within the Labour Party.
A comprehensive review of the rail industry is being launched by the Government next week, at a time when services have been plunged into chaos, infuriating long suffering passengers.
Prison officers are back at work after protesting outside jails across England and Wales about what they call an “unprecedented” level of violence.
The National Audit Office has said police forces in England and Wales are struggling to cope with the impact of funding cuts. It found police forces are cutting back on patrols whilst trying to deal with rising “high harm” crimes and the terror threat. The NAO called the government’s approach to police funding “ineffective”.
20-month-old Kayden Urmston-Bancroft suffered cardiac arrest three days after being admitted to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital for an operation in 2016. The coroner found he died of natural causes, contributed to by neglect.
Neville Staple, singer of the 80s band, The Specials, has made an appeal for anyone who knows anything about the fatal stabbing of his grandson to come forward.
The Labour chief whip has told the Birkenhead MP Frank Field he could be kicked out of the Labour party within two weeks, unless he reverses his decision to resign the whip in parliament.
It’s a public art installation which has attracted plenty of visitors this summer: more than a hundred giant statues of bees, placed around Manchester city centre, each created by a different artist to celebrate the many aspects of Manchester’s history and culture. Later this year many of them will be auctioned off for charity, and we…
As Manchester celebrates Pride, some in the LGBT community are warning the city’s gay scene and culture are under threat.
It was nearing completion – with £200m of work already carried out – but the future of the Midland metropolitan hospital in Birmingham was thrown into flux when the construction giant Carillion collapsed in January. Now the Government has confirmed it will pick up the bill for the project to be completed – at a…
It’s been a year of strikes, delays, timetable chaos and cancellations: little wonder, then, that commuters are furious that regulated rail fares could go up by as much as 3.2% in January. That adds more than £100 to the price of some season tickets. As railway bosses said the increase was “underpinning a once in…
Another day, another shift in the row over what Jeremy Corbyn was doing in 2014 in a Tunis cemetery containing the graves of Palestinian fighters killed by Israel. Yesterday Mr Corbyn said he was present but didn’t think he was actually involved when a wreath was laid for those suspected of involvement in the Munich massacre of 1972. Today…
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn talks to Channel 4 News about the wreath-laying controversy – and Benjamin Netanyahu’s criticism of him.
Ministers have unveiled a £100m plan aimed at eradicating rough sleeping in England within the next decade, but it’s not clear if it’s new money paying for it. Housing Secretary James Brokenshire said half the cash had already been committed and the rest was being “re-prioritised” from existing funds. Charities welcomed the plan, but called it “a step forward” rather than…