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.
We spoke to the film critic, Anna Smith, about the future of Cineworld.
Jackie is joined by three students who’ve received their results today.
Earlier Jackie spoke with the minister for School Standards, Will Quince.
A Leeds university student has been sentenced to 34 years in prison in Saudi Arabia, after she returned to her homeland for a holiday.
We spoke to Group Managing Officer David Diggins from Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service – and asked him what the fire service had been dealing with in the last few days.
We’re joined by Dolin Bhagawati, a neurosurgeon and vice-chairman of the Doctors Association.
The latest NHS emergency waiting time figures for England are among the worst on record.
The victims of child sexual abuse are facing an increasingly long wait for justice.
The family of a man who died after suffering multiple seizures while under arrest have accused medical staff of treating him like “he was pretending”.
North West Durham MP Richard Holden won his seat in the Tory landslide of 2019 and is now supporting Rishi Sunak. He is in central London.
Has the Bank’s Monetary Policy committee made the right call in forcing us to swallow the bitter pill of raising interest rates to tackle inflation?
The Bank of England has come under fire from politicians for failing to deal with inflation. And senior Conservative MPs have accused it of ‘fairytale forecasting’.
We spoke to Lee Wilson from Humankind, which runs drug and alcohol support services, and began by asking him why society does not pay more attention to substance abuse.
Alicia Kearns is co-chair of the China Research Group of Tory MPs and asked her about those CCTV cameras made by Chinese-owned tech giant Hikvision.
We spoke to Ben Houchen, the Conservative Mayor of the Tees Valley, and asked him for his reaction to Liz Truss’ U-turn.