A man has gone on trial accused of murdering an MP because of his alleged extreme right-wing ideology. The Old Bailey has heard Labour MP Jo Cox was shot three times and repeatedly stabbed in a planned and premeditated murder.
Jack Letts, nicknamed “Jihadi Jack” by some newspapers, suffers from a serious mental disorder, according to his parents, Channel 4 News can reveal.
Will the poorer get poorer after the benefit changes announced by George Osborne? Darshna Soni meets a single mum with eight children, who is worried she could be evicted because of the welfare cap.
A statement claims the family of 12, including three children, went to Syria willingly after rejecting ‘so-called freedom and democracy’.
A family of 12 from Luton who it’s feared have travelled to Syria were stopped and held at the airport when they first left the UK and had their home raided, Channel 4 News has learnt.
Mo Farah declines to answer questions on the Alberto Salazar doping allegations, which have been described by the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency as “distressing”.
Birmingham-born musician Apache Indian tells Darshna Soni that the complacency of political parties towards ethnic voters is “an election crisis”, as he urges young people to go out and vote.
In a recording from 2009, Mohammed Emwazi – aka Jihadi John – describes how he was questioned by MI5 after being refused entry to Tanzania and tells how he felt his interrogator was threatening him.
London jihadi Choukri Ellekhlifi may have been one of the so-called “Beatles”, the nickname given to the British gang that guarded hostages in Syria for Islamic State, Channel 4 News has been told.
A controversial preacher who had been due to speak at the University of Westminster on the day Mohammed Emwazi was unmasked, tells Channel 4 News that banning legitimate speakers is “naive”.
It is understood that the security services have long known the identity of the man dubbed Jihadi John. On Thursday they have faced accusations that MI5 tried to recruit him before he left for Syria.
Brian De Mulder, a “sporty and outgoing” 21-year-old, is among 46 Islamist extremists sentenced in Belgium today. Like many of his co-defendants he was not there – presumed to be in Syria, or dead.
In the wake of a disastrous 2014, Tesco has announced a list of 43 stores it plans to close, with the loss of 2,000 jobs.
A man who knew the Kouachi brothers, responsible for the Charlie Hebdo killings, tells Channel 4 News how he tried to stop Cherif Kouachi from going to Iraq, and what made him prone to radicalisation.
The hunt continues for those involved in the Paris attacks. It is believed Amedy Coulibaly’s partner, Hayat Boumeddiene, is in Syria. French police say they think there could be up to six accomplices.