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.

  • 12 Mar 2018

    A teenager has been sentenced to ten and a half years in jail after a series of acid attacks against moped riders in London in July last year. The judge described Derryck John’s actions as “despicable and cowardly”.

  • 7 Mar 2018

    Syria claims it’s taking every measure to protect civilians in the besieged enclave of eastern Ghouta, claims which the UN human rights chief today dismissed as “frankly ridiculous”. Hundreds of people have died in the opposition-held suburb over the last few weeks. This report contains distressing images that were filmed for Channel 4 News in…

  • 6 Mar 2018

    In Syria, Russia has confirmed that a military cargo plane crashed near the northern city of Latakia, killing all 39 people on board. This comes as the Syrian Army made further advances into rebel-held territory in Eastern Ghouta. Arbin has seen some of the most intense bombardment in Eastern Ghouta in recent weeks. On 21st…

  • 5 Mar 2018

    Carrying food and emergency relief for more than 27,000 desperate people, a UN aid convoy has managed to enter the besieged enclave of eastern Ghouta for the first time in weeks. Officials called it a “first, positive step”, but accused the Syrian military of refusing to allow some urgently needed medical supplies to be loaded…

  • 25 Feb 2018

    She was India’s first female superstar and Bollywood’s leading lady for two decades, with a career spanning close to 300 films and more than five languages. The Indian actress known simply as Sridevi has died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 54 while attending a family wedding in Dubai.

  • 20 Feb 2018

    Thousands of people have cancelled their donations to Oxfam in the wake of the aid workers sex abuse scandal, charity bosses have revealed. Oxfam’s chief executive Mark Goldring repeatedly apologised for the scandal at an emergency meeting of the Commons International Development Committee. A warning: this report contains flash photography.

  • 17 Feb 2018

    Ukip has lost another leader as members back a no confidence motion against Henry Bolton. Mr Bolton was only in the job for a few months – with the party now left with more uncertainty and another leadership election within 90 days.

  • 14 Feb 2018

    Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut has already made her an Oscar contender. Her new film Lady Bird, a coming-of-age story set in her home town of Sacramento, California has been universally acclaimed, with five Academy Awards nominations, including Gerwig as best director.

  • 9 Feb 2018

    From a talented young photographer who died in the Grenfell fire to a Syrian artist whose work has been inspired by the refugee crisis: they’re all part of a new show which opens at the Kettle’s Yard gallery in Cambridge this weekend. Featuring 38 artists, the exhibition sets out to explore the role of art…

  • 7 Feb 2018

    Three quarters of local authorities in England are considering putting up council tax to the maximum possible level, according to a new report, as MPs vote on next year’s funding settlement. Local Government Secretary Sajid Javid has already offered £150 million for social care in a bid to avert a backbench rebellion. But Conservative-run Northamptonshire…

  • 6 Feb 2018

    At Westminster, a special event is taking place marking 100 years since women over 30 won the right to vote. It’s been a century of remarkable progress, but the struggle for equality still continues. Theresa May has paid tribute to the “heroic campaigns of the past”, but criticised what she called the coarsening of public…

  • 5 Feb 2018

    The families who lived in the three blocks at the base of Grenfell Tower will never be able to forget the night when the flats above them burned and 71 of their neighbours died. From this week, some of these residents will have to start paying rent for their flats again, flats where some windows…

  • 2 Feb 2018

    From the easily accessible online material which lured in the Finsbury Park killer, to the dangers posed by predators, the world of social media is changing so rapidly. It’s leaving government and regulators struggling to catch up. Today a leading children’s charity criticised ministers for failing to carry out half of its recommendations to improve…

  • 1 Feb 2018

    More than seven months on from the Grenfell fire the pain and anguish of families remains not just raw but, they say, made worse by failures by the authorities. While the covers start to go up the block, the devastation caused to this community remains. Seventy-one lost their lives and hundreds lost their homes. Families say they…

  • 26 Jan 2018

    Relatives of the Birmingham pub bombing victims have hailed a partial victory after the High Court quashed a decision to ban the inquest from identifying the alleged perpetrators. Twenty-one people were killed and almost 200 others were injured when IRA bombs exploded at two Birmingham city centre pubs in November 1974 The so-called Birmingham Six,…