“A remarkable woman who got remarkable stories” – the BBC’s director general Tony Hall joins many others in paying tribute to the life and work of Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has died of cancer.
A process that could see private companies running cancer care and end of life services in Staffordshire has been condemned by the union Unison, but is it really the thin end of the wedge?
At least 245 people are killed and 80 injured in a mining accident. As rescue efforts continue, the Turkish government is facing protests over its failure to improve mine safety.
Energy regulator Ofgem says it is “tearing down barriers to competition” with new rules to benefit independent suppliers. But critics say the reforms will have little immediate benefit for consumers.
Even though the price of your next energy bills may shock you, will you spend any time at all doing something about it?
Wanted: 100,000 volunteers willing to give up the secrets of their DNA for the public good. Channel 4 News speaks to the man behind the creation of a UK database of human genes.
In London about one third of property buyers are now from overseas. With demand for houses rising all the time, this is having a knock-on effect on prices across the UK, say campaigners.
As part of a series on the housing crisis, Channel 4 News looks at the two issues facing politicians seeking to tackle a broken market: availability and affordability.
Police say two men from Aberystwyth and one from West Yorkshire have been arrested on suspicion of offences under the Fraud Act.
Dairy farmers say they have made a “significant step forward” in agreeing a new code of practice with processors to tackle historically low milk prices.
Out of Africa, into Bury St Edmunds – how the legacy of London 2012 has linked a Suffolk town to the nation of Rwanda.
Labour leader Ed Miliband admits in a speech that the previous government was wrong in allowing so many eastern europeans into the country and then ignoring public concerns over their arrival.
Dead famous: the extraordinary career of US folk-singer Rodriguez who gave up recording, never imagining his music was a massive hit in far away South Africa where they thought he was dead.
The home secretary names Tom Winsor as her preferred candidate as the next chief inspector of constabulary, provoking outrage from officers already opposed to Mr Winsor’s recent proposals on pay.
As the government announces plans to make forced marriages a criminal offence in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, campaigners warn care will be needed to stop the issue being forced underground.