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.
Thirteen Russian nationals have been indicted on charges of interfering in US elections. All are charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States, while five face additional charges of aggravated identity theft, with three accused of fraud. The charges were announced by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and come from the special investigation by Robert…
Frances Morris, director of Tate Modern, discusses the Kettle’s Yard show.
Former US Ambassador to South Korea, Christopher Hill. discusses the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, where North and South Korea marched together under a single flag.
Policing minister Nick Hurd discusses whether the government’s strategy on dealing with knife crime is working.
Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police discuses knife crime statistics alongside the connection between communities and the police.
Michael Jonas lost his son Michaell in November, Alison Cope lost her son Joshua in 2014 and Pastor Lorraine Jones lost her son Dwayne in 2014.
It’s the biggest ever equal pay claim against private companies, and it’s gaining ground all the time. Twenty thousand supermarket workers – mainly women – who work on the shopfloors of Asda and Sainsbury’s, were today joined by workers from Tesco, all arguing that they are being under-paid and under-valued compared to male colleagues working…
Catherine Mayer, of the Women’s Equality Party, and economist Kate Andrews, of the Institute of Economic Affairs, discuss equal pay.
In the last hour the government has said it will review all personal independent payments, a decision that comes after the Department for Work and Pensions decided not to challenge a court ruling that said changes to PIP were unfair to people with mental health conditions. Heidi Allen is a Conservative MP on the Work…
Abraham Monae, who works to divert young people from carrying knives in east London and was a stabbing victim himself 11 years ago, and Labour MP Sarah Jones, who chairs the parliamentary group working to tackle knife crime, discuss the issue.
The British economy at the end of last year grew faster than predicted. Figures from the Office for National Statistics showed GDP rose by half a percent, fuelled by a strong performance in parts of the services sector. But despite this better-than-expected figure, overall, 2017 saw Britain record the slowest growth for five years.
“Too many people in positions of power saw social housing tenants less as people with families and more as problems that needed to be managed.” They were the words of the housing minister in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire. Now a new commission, created by the charity Shelter, has been set up, aimed…
Amid fresh concern over the prospect of getting rape convictions after the collapse of several high profile trials – we talk with Angela Rafferty QC about what she calls the crisis in criminal justice.
Jan Halper-Hayes, former vice-president of Republicans Overseas.
He’s been making music seriously for barely two years …yet 21 year old Yxng Bane from East London has already been nominated for a prestigious MOBO award, and his music videos regularly gain tens of millions of views.