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.
Children barely able to speak in sentences, some still in nappies under their school uniform, some unable to use a knife and fork. These are just a few of the challenges faced by reception teachers of the class of 2019. In an exclusive survey carried out by this programme, 82% of reception class teachers say…
Chris Daw QC is the author of the Social Market Foundation report, and Kevin Hollinrake is a Conservative MP and member of the Commons Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee.
England is now the only country in the UK where you can be sent to jail for council tax debt.
The NHS Confederation has been arguing for a so-called “mini deal” to be struck with the European Union – to help the flow of pharmaceuticals and other medical products even if no overarching agreement has been struck.
In the studio with Jackie Long is the pro-Brexit Conservative MP, Andrew Bridgen
In a powerful interview with the family of 14-year-old Jaden Moodie, his sister and aunt tell Channel 4 News they want an emergency halt to school exclusions until authorities can provide an immediate alternative.
Conservative Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen tells Jackie Long that an election will be on the cards by next week.
Labour’s John Healey says a “soft Brexit could have been the basis of deal that could have got through parliament, but government is not willing to talk to Labour”.
We’re joined by Caroline Flint, a rebel Labour MP who wants a vote on the final version of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Conservative MP Gillian Keegan and Layla Moran, a Liberal Democrat MP who is fighting to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
David Gauke is one of the Tory rebels who had the whip withdrawn last night.
Broadcaster Mariella Frostrup joins the programme from Somerset. She shared her own experience of menopause and hormone replacement therapy in a documentary last year.
We speak to the Chair of the Irish Senate’s Brexit Committee, Neale Richmond.
Salman Rushdie discusses his new book Quichotte
We speak to Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake and Labour MP Tony Lloyd about Brexit.
Western policy towards Iran is one of the most contentious issues at this summit, pitting Donald Trump against the others – a question of G1 against G6. Well this afternoon the French sprung a surprise on their guests by inviting the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Zarif here. Jackie Long spoke to Trita Parsi, who is…