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.
It is a harrowing recording: a 999 call made by a 77 year old woman after a burglary in North London. It was the last time Maureen Whale spoke.
Rain Newton-Smith is chief economist of the Confederation of British Industry.
Another day, another teenage victim of knife crime. While politicians and police debate what to do about it, there has been another killing.
Former Conservative Party Co-Chairman Baroness Warsi has called for an inquiry into the “institutional” Islamophobia in her party.
You know it must be bad when the New York Times describes you as “a byword for haplessness in a golden age of political blundering in Britain”.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, said the pilot’s release was a “peace gesture”, but the propaganda war is very much ongoing.
Thousands of children in England are being recruited under the radar by criminal gangs, according to a major report by the Children’s Commissioner.
Why is World War Two constantly drawn upon in the Brexit debate?
We’re joined by the Conservative MP Rehman Chishti who’s a member of the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
Two Honda employees, Derek Chambers and Jason Newport, Ian Mean, director of Business West, and Christian Stadler, professor of strategic management at Warwick Business School, discuss the Swindon plant’s closure.
Children should not use electronic devices at the dinner table, say the UK’s chief medical officers.
They fled the war in Syria hoping for a new, safer, life in Britain. But now the family of a teenage boy, whose bullying at school in Huddersfield was captured on video, have been forced to move hundreds of miles away
The biggest ever retrospective of the designer Christian Dior is about to open at London’s V&A, to considerable fanfare. It reveals how Dior’s legacy has spread far wider than the brilliance of his haute couture, but how did he become such a pioneer, amid the gloom and austerity of the post-war years?
Rat infestations, overcrowding and drugs. Those problems are just some of the things prison inspectors found during an impromptu visit to Bedford jail. The Prison Service had spent the last two years trying to improve conditions at Bedford. But the inspectors’ latest report paints a grim picture of a jail rife with violence and self-harm.
At least 66 people have been killed and more than 85 are missing following a pipeline explosion in central Mexico. It’s thought the blast occurred after the fuel line was ruptured by thieves. Dozens of people were scrambling to fill containers with the leaking oil when they were engulfed by a massive fireball. A warning…