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.
For 50 years Mrs Salt remained silent about her experiences.
The play, by coincidence, opens at London’s National Theatre on Brexit day.
At least 22 people have been killed and more than a thousand injured, after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey yesterday evening.
I spoke to Ben Kavanagh who is from Ireland, and working as a teacher in Wuhan, and started by asking him what the situation was like in the city.
He’s one of the most successful rap artists in Britain. Stormzy says he one of the best in the world. Wretch 32, also known as Jermaine Scott, is famous for his painstakingly constructed, poetic raps and now in his new book he explains his craft.
Joining me now from New York is Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of political risk research and consulting firm Eurasia Group, and journalist Hiwa Osman from Erbil, Iraq, who served as an adviser to Jalal Talabani – the former president of Iraq.
I’m joined now from central London by royal commentator Peter Hunt.
It is not about sex, it is about domination and control. That’s what the British actress Lysette Anthony tells us tonight.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen, who led a debate on decriminalising non-payment of the TV licence fee discusses the future of the TV licence with Michael Grade, former chairman of the BBC and ITV, and a Conservative peer.
Within days of winning a large majority in the general election the new government said it was considering decriminalising non-payment of the TV licence fee. A disproportionately higher number of women are currently prosecuted for failure to pay. Jackie Long speaks to one woman who says the fine she received left her struggling to feed…
A 19-year-old man has been found guilty of the murder of Jaden Moodie, who was just 14 when he was knocked off his moped, stabbed nine times and left to die in the street.
The Prime Minister spent much of the day in this area trying to woo new voters. But how much should he be worried about his own seat in West London?
This report contains some distressing images. A teenager accused of the murder of 14-year-old Jaden Moodie has told his trial that he carried a knife for “safety” but has denied ever using it.
We’re joined by James Johnson, former special adviser to Theresa May when she was Prime Minister – and the former Labour adviser Ayesha Hazarika.
For Labour’s response – joining us from Westminster is the Shadow Communities Secretary Andrew Gwynne.