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 Sayed Zulfi Bukhari – a former special assistant to Imran Khan when he was Pakistani prime minister.
Poor conditions in England’s young offenders institutions are endemic, according to a prisons watchdog – which has issued new warnings about the way children are treated in jail.
We spoke to Damian Green, who was first secretary of state under Theresa May.
We spoke to Dr Jo Daniels, a clinical psychologist who has studied the impact of pressures on NHS staff
We spoke to Radhouane Nouicer, the UN’s designated expert on human rights in Sudan
We spoke to the American lawyer, former prosecutor, and private defence attorney, Linda Kenney Baden about the new charges against former US President Donald Trump.
Wildfires are still burning across at least nine countries around the Mediterranean – leaving dozens of people dead.
Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey has been cleared of sexually assaulting four men. He had described the allegations against him as “madness”. We spoke to celebrity PR and brand expert Mark Borkowski and started by asking him how easy will it be for Spacey to rebuild his reputation.
Dame Louise Casey is the author of last year’s landmark review into the culture and standards of the Metropolitan Police that found institutional racism, sexism and homophobia.
An award winning Black bank manager who was wrongly accused of a string of serious crimes says promises by the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to end discrimination in the force are meaningless.
As the dust settles on the by-election results, there’s one question that Labour is no doubt wrestling with: how to manage the ULEZ controversy, and more broadly, its green policy, in the face of the Uxbridge loss.
We spoke to Labour’s Deputy leader, Angela Rayner and I began by asking her how she responded to the Conservative’s claim that London mayor Sadiq Khan had lost Labour the election in Uxbridge because of his controversial plan to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone.
We spoke to the Chair of the Conservative party and MP Greg Hands – and started by asking him what he made of the poor night at the polls for the Tories.
The North of Tyne mayor Jamie Driscoll has resigned from the Labour party after it blocked him from running for mayor of the north-east. Mr Driscoll – who’s been described as the ‘last Corbynista in power’ – said he plans to run against Labour as an independent when the new Mayoralty is elected next year if he can raise £25,000 by the end of August.
A new drug which slows the progression of Alzheimer’s has been described as a ‘turning point’ in the fight against the disease. Trials show Donanna-mab slows clinical decline by up to 30% – allowing people to keep doing day-to-day tasks like shopping and managing their finances. But the Alzheimer’s Society say the NHS isn’t ready to start delivering it.