Jackie Long is social affairs editor and presenter for Channel 4 News.
Jackie Long is Channel 4 News Social affairs editor and presenter. She joined the programme in 2011, following more than two decades at the BBC. Most recently she was Correspondent at Newsnight, and she previously worked on The World at One, PM and Five Live.
It’s been 75 years since The Empire Windrush sailed into Tilbury Docks bringing more than 800 people from the Caribbean – skilled young workers who’d answered the call for help to rebuild Britain after the war. But though invited, they were not always welcomed when they got here, often facing racism, struggling to find work…
We spoke to the President of the Prison Governors Association, Andrea Albutt.
We speak to Charlotte Kneer, the founder of the charity ‘I Choose Freedom’ providing refuge for those fleeing domestic abuse.
Life lived in the witness protection programme starts with the stark fact your life is in immediate danger.
We speak to Viola von Cramon, the German Green Party MEP who is the European Parliament’s Kosovo rapporteur.
We spoke to the media journalist Siobhan Synnot and began by asking her about how much information she thought that ITV had about the relationship.
ITV says it investigated rumours that the presenter Phillip Schofield was having a relationship with a junior employee about three years ago, but insisted that both parties had categorically denied it.
We spoke to former postmaster Seema Misra.
We spoke to Conservative MP Caroline Nokes, Chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee, and asked her whether she thought Baroness Falkner should resign from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
We spoke to Lucy Duckworth, from the Survivors Trust.
We spoke to the former environment secretary George Eustice and asked him why food was so expensive at the moment?
We spoke to Harun Armagan, who is from President Erdogan’s ruling AK party.
We spoke to Stuart Murray of the Scottish Solicitors Bar Association and Sandy Brindley of Rape Crisis Scotland.
We’re joined by Republican political adviser Mark McKinnon.
The chief executive of Skipton Building Society Stuart Haire joins me now.