The Chancellor’s threat to take away the benefits of anyone refusing to learn English is given an ‘F’ for fiction by FactCheck.
Britain’s changing climate is prompting the free fall decline of some wildlife, scientists warn. But while some species struggle, Channel 4 News tracks down the winners in our green and pleasant land.
The BBC hits back at criticism from the London School of Economics which claims an undercover Panorama reporter put a group of its students at risk on a trip to North Korea.
Local councils are powerless against the glut of payday loan companies setting up shop on the UK’s high streets, says Ed Miliband. But are they? FactCheck does the numbers.
Margaret Thatcher was one of the most divisive leaders of the 20th century and her death has been met with mixed emotions. How will the Iron Lady be remembered?
The Foreign Office confirms it is “consulting international partners” after North Korea informed foreign embassies in Pyongyang it could not guarantee the safety of staff in the event of conflict.
Britons are right to question the benefit “lifestyles” led by people such as Mick Philpott, says Chancellor George Osborne, as the case for a two-child cap on child benefits is raised again.
More than 12,000 private shareholders, who paid out money to help RBS during the financial crisis, launch a potential £4bn claim against the bank and its former bosses.
The new American Secretary of State, John Kerry, urges the Syrian opposition to attend an international meeting, promising the US is not planning “simply to talk”, but is “confident” of results.
As average earnings in the UK drop back to levels not seen for a decade, official statistics show that men have suffered the biggest decline with a 4 per cent slide in wages since 2003.
As anxious MPs consider bad-mouthing Britain to put off low-skilled Romanian and Bulgarian workers from moving to the UK, FactCheck examines the truth behind the scaremongering.
Britain’s economic growth has taken an unexpected knock, raising fears of a triple-dip recession. But are these fears well grounded or is there hope on the horizon? Channel 4 News investigates.
As the US military ends its ban on women in combat roles, the first woman in the British Army to command an all-male field force squadron tells Channel 4 News that women should not join the infantry.
A minister tells MPs that the government “strongly” objects to the death penalty given to grandmother Lindsay Sandiford in Indonesia for drug trafficking.
As the prime minister rues the kidnapping of British gas workers in “one of the most remote places in the world”, Channel 4 News looks at the life of a typical expat oil and gas executive.