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.

  • 20 Jan 2018

    The man who wrote ‘The Art of the Deal’ was, it seems, unable to make a deal with Democrats as a bitterly divided Senate fails to pass a new budget. Plus hundreds of thousands of activists will be back on the streets a year after the million strong Women’s March… what are their demands this time – and…

  • 19 Jan 2018

    A survey of 13,000 children has suggested that their career ambitions are massively influenced by how wealthy their parents are and whether they are girls or boys. Girls favoured becoming teachers, nurses and hairdressers, while boys talked of becoming pilots or mechanics. But the survey from the Education and Employers’ charity said girls did focus…

  • 24 Dec 2017

    The Prime Minister paid thanks to the armed forces and their families, Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn called for love and compassion.

  • 24 Dec 2017

    The sanctions, which were agreed by all 15 member states of the council, were imposed in response to North Korea’s recent intercontinental ballistic missile tests.

  • 23 Dec 2017

    Five animals have died and staff at London Zoo are being treated for shock after a fire broke out.

  • 21 Dec 2017

    Australian police have detained a man after the police say he deliberately drove into pedestrians in the heart of Melbourne. Nineteen people were injured – four critically – but police say they believe the suspect had mental health issues, with no known links to terrorism.

  • 20 Dec 2017

    Scotland Yard is urgently reviewing about 30 rape and sexual abuse cases which are on the verge of coming to trial, after two prosecutions collapsed in the last week. The Met said more sex cases would also be examined, but denied that systemic failures meant officers were breaking the rules set up to ensure a…

  • 7 Dec 2017

    The Electoral Commission has launched an investigation into the Jeremy Corbyn-supporting Momentum campaign group to see if it breached spending limits during this year’s general election.

  • 6 Dec 2017

    Christmas in a permanent home is only a dream for 128,000 children who are living in temporary accommodation. That’s according to new research from the housing charity Shelter.

  • 3 Dec 2017

    “Talking the talk is all very well, but you also need to walk the walk” – the parting shot of the Chairman of the government’s Social Mobility Commission. Alan Milburn said he didn’t doubt the Prime Minister’s personal commitment to the issue, but he’d reluctantly concluded that Brexit is occupying much of her attention, to…

  • 2 Dec 2017

    President Trump has tweeted that he fired his former national security adviser General Mike Flynn “because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI”. An interesting move, given he might have tried to keep the media focus today on his tax cutting bill, which was passed late last night by the Senate, despite controversy…

  • 1 Dec 2017

    It was a crisis that upended a continent. In 2015, more than a million refugees and migrants made their way to Europe fleeing war, persecution and economic hardship. Then in 2016, the EU implemented a deal to stem the numbers of people coming in. Despite toughened controls, many people are still finding some way of…

  • 28 Nov 2017

    London is like ‘a different country’, according to a report into opportunities for those from a deprived background in England. But forget the cliché of the North South divide – the Social Mobility Commission says pockets all over the country are failing, particularly in rural, coastal and former industrial areas outside the capital. Opportunities for…

  • 24 Nov 2017

    More than 200 people have been killed in a gun and bomb attack on a mosque in Egypt’s northern Sinai province. Officials said militants in four vehicles opened fire on mainly Sufi worshippers during Friday prayers, blocking off escape routes by blowing up cars. Egypt’s President pledged to respond with “brutal force”. A warning: there…

  • 15 Nov 2017

    Scotland will become the first country in the world to charge a minimum price for alcohol. Ministers said the 50p-per-unit minimum would help tackle Scotland’s “unhealthy relationship with drink”. The Scottish government can now introduce the measure after the Supreme Court ruled that the legislation did not breach European Union law, five years after it…