Fatima Manji , Reporter

Fatima Manji is a News Correspondent and regularly reports on a range of national and international stories.

Her broadcasting has included telling the story of the migration crisis from the borders of Europe, interviewing victims of ISIS atrocities in Iraq and challenging politicians here in the UK during the referendum campaign. She also occasionally presents the programme from the studio. Fatima has won a number of awards for her journalism and in 2015 she was a finalist for the Royal Television Society's Young Journalist of the Year.

During the last General Election she presented Britain's first ever Alternative Election Debate featuring young party leaders facing a live audience on Channel 4. Fatima joined Channel 4 News in 2012 and previously worked as a reporter and video journalist at the BBC.

  • 23 Oct 2018

    Earlier this year, Channel 4 News and the Observer revealed allegations that the now-closed data firm Cambridge Analytica was behind a data grab of tens of millions of Facebook profiles. This week, members of the European Parliament vote on a report recommending new measures in response to the scandal. Today, MEPs condemned the social network, with Labour claiming that disinformation,…

  • 14 Oct 2018

    He’s a multi-award winning DJ who’s believed to be worth nearly thirty million pounds. But David Guetta is a man with problem. How do you spend all that cash? The Superstar DJ who’s sold over thirty million singles worldwide says he’s a victim of his own success because he works so much that he hasn’t…

  • 7 Oct 2018

    At school she was known as Jacky Daydream; today she’s Dame Jacqueline Wilson, a hugely successful children’s writer with a legion of fans who love her true to life stories, like “The Illustrated Mum” which tackles mental health issues. Her most successful character is Tracy Beaker, a funny ten year old who lives in a…

  • 6 Oct 2018

    A former senior civil servant has said that assessments for disability benefits need to be completely overhauled. Andrew McDonald, who now chairs the disability charity Scope, has experienced the process first hand – despite having Parkinson’s and terminal prostate cancer he was deemed not eligible for Personal Independence Payments (PIP). He said he was “shocked”…

  • 5 Oct 2018

    France has opened an investigation into what’s being called the “worrying disappearance” of the Chinese head of Interpol, Meng Hongwei. He left the organisation’s headquarters in Lyon for a trip back to China a week ago, but his family haven’t heard from him since. One Hong Kong-based newspaper claimed Mr Meng had been “taken away” for questioning, but there’s no word on why he might have been held.

  • 3 Oct 2018

    She was missing for three months, sparking endless speculation, but the Chinese actor Fan Bingbing has suddenly broken her silence, apologising to the authorities after she was accused of tax evasion.

  • 1 Oct 2018

    US intelligence analyst, whistleblower, transgender activist and Democratic hopeful. At the age of just 30, Chelsea Manning has led many lives.

  • 28 Sep 2018

    A coroner is writing to the Environment Secretary Michael Gove to ask him to consider changing the rules on food labelling in shops like Pret a Manger. It follows an inquest into the death of a teenager who suffered anaphylactic shock after eating a baguette, bought from Pret at Heathrow Airport, that did not fully…

  • 28 Sep 2018

    Twenty million Iranians use the social media app Instagram. They’re not just posting pretty pictures, but doing business and socialising. Even politicians there use it to speak to the people. That’s because it’s the only uncensored social media platform available there . But Iranians know they must follow some unwritten rules when using it to…

  • 23 Sep 2018

    A library made of ice-cream containers, self-healing skin for prosthetic limbs and a boot – to be worn on Mars – made from mushrooms and human sweat. These are just some of the wide-ranging nominees of the Design Museum’s annual awards and they offer a glimpse into what the world of tomorrow might look like.…

  • 19 Sep 2018

    Two people have died and one is seriously hurt as Ali, as it’s been named, has brought winds of up to 100mph.

  • 12 Sep 2018

    Members of the European Parliament have voted overwhelmingly to take action against Hungary, accusing Viktor Orban’s government of a “systemic threat” to democracy and rule of law. It’s the first time Article 7 has been triggered against a member state, just the start of a long process which could lead to Hungary’s voting rights being suspended. But…

  • 10 Sep 2018

    The governing body of women’s tennis has backed Serena William’s claim that it was “sexism” that led to her being penalised in the final of the US Tennis Open.

  • 9 Sep 2018

    Boris Johnson is facing a furious backlash from fellow Conservatives after claiming Theresa May’s Brexit plan had put the UK in a ‘suicide vest’.

  • 8 Sep 2018

    It’s not just Labour which is becoming even more embroiled in internal wrangling – former Conservative frontbencher Guto Bebb has joined the calls for a second Brexit referendum.