Darshna Soni , Home Affairs Correspondent

  • 6 Mar 2019

    Sajid Javid held a summit with police chiefs from England and Wales today and said that the government should “listen” to them when they ask for more resources.

  • 4 Mar 2019

    Manchester, London, Bristol. Knife crime has become a horrifying daily reality right across the UK.

  • 28 Feb 2019

    The parents of the young British man known as ‘Jihadi Jack’ have spoken to exclusively to Channel 4 News about seeing their son in a TV interview from his Kurdish jail.

  • 16 Feb 2019

    The Home Secretary has said he wouldn’t hesitate to stop UK recruits to the Islamic State group from returning to Britain.

  • 12 Feb 2019

    How about a range of freeze-dried meals and tins of macaroni cheese which last up to 25 years – plus, of course, some fire starters and a water filter?

  • 11 Feb 2019

    A 24-year-old man who was arrested in connection with the disappearance of the Hull University student Libby Squire has been remanded in custody on unrelated charges.

  • 5 Feb 2019

    For years, critics of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy, the Prevent programme, have claimed it stigmatises the Muslim community. But last year, the number of people referred to Prevent over concerns about far-right extremism rose by more than a third.

  • 10 Oct 2017

    When Theresa May became PM she pledged to tackle the “burning injustices” in society and demanded that public services “explain or change” racial inequality. Fifteen months on we have her racial disparity audit showing, among many things, that black Caribbean children, for example, are three times more likely to be excluded from school than white…

  • 27 Sep 2017

    After the Grenfell Tower disaster the Communities Secretary Sajid Javid made a pledge: councils should make whatever housing improvements their local fire chiefs advised and if they couldn’t afford it his department would help. Just a month ago he was accused of claiming no councils had come forward for help. But we’ve been to just…

  • 9 Sep 2017

    Nearly four months after the Manchester bombing which killed twenty two people, survivors and their families have returned to the scene for a special concert, raising money for a permanent memorial to the victims.

  • 5 Sep 2017

    Four serving members of the British Army have been arrested for allegedly preparing acts of terror by being members of the banned neo-Nazi group National Action. West Midlands Police said there was “no threat to the public’s safety” and added the arrests were made as part of an “intelligence-led” operation.

  • 25 Aug 2017

    Detectives missed repeated opportunities to bring the paedophile Ian Watkins to justice, according to a damning report by the independent police complaints watchdog. The Lostprophets frontman was eventually sentenced to 35 years in prison for a string of sex offences. South Wales Police said they were “truly sorry”, and had introduced new measures to improve…

  • 24 Aug 2017

    More than half a million students got their GCSE results today – amid the biggest shake up to the exams in a generation. And it wasn’t just a challenge for the teenagers who sat the tests: grades are gradually being changed across England to a new 9-1 system – as part of a drive to…

  • 3 Aug 2017

    A terror gang has been jailed for life at the Old Bailey for plotting to attack police or military targets on UK soil. But tonight one of their lawyers Gareth Peirce told this programme she’s concerned that Muslims have become the new suspect community, claiming the methods used by the security services in the case…

  • 2 Aug 2017

    They called themselves ‘The Three Musketeers’ – but today, together with a fourth man, they were convicted of plotting to carry out terror attacks on a police or military target in the UK. They were arrested last August in an undercover police operation. But there’s been criticism of the sting and the way evidence was…