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.
Jamal Simmons is a political strategist who advised the 2008 Obama/Biden campaign.
At least 65 people have been killed by forest fires raging through northern Algeria. The fires have been burning east of the capital, Algiers, in the Kabyle region.
A £750 million pound insurance scheme to back live events has been announced by the government.
A teenage mother who left her toddler daughter to starve to death has been jailed for nine years.
We talk to journalist and author Kim Ghattas and Human Rights Watch’s crisis and conflict director, Lama Fakih.
He’s a jerk and it’s fine not to like him. The latest series of Jerk, starring the stand-up comedian and actor Tim Renkow begins this week, and is based on a heightened version of his own experience of living with cerebral palsy.
About 100,000 Syrians, out of four million refugees in Turkey, have been allowed temporary rights to visit their homeland during the Eid al-Adha holiday.
We were joined by conservationist and Wildlife Ambassador at Norfolk Wildlife Trust Nick Acheson and Environmental Economist at the University of Cambridge, Dr Matthew Agarwala.
On Friday, the project run by the charity Change Grow Live will close for good.
We spoke to Mark Douglas, who’s head of child services in Bradford, and began by asking what he made of the report.
The award-winning author Alex Wheatle was placed in Shirley Oaks children’s home when he was just three years old. He was sexually, physically and racially abused there.
We spoke to Miatta Fahnbulleh, director of the New Economics Foundation, and the Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen about cuts to Universal Credit.
We spoke to the gold medal winning paralympian and member of the House of Lords, Tanni Grey-Thompson, and asked her whether there was a danger the Olympics wouldn’t go ahead as planned.
Survivors of sexual exploitation have spoken out about their experiences of violence and abuse amid calls for a change in law to protect vulnerable adults.
The report’s author Wendy Williams is Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary, and we asked her what she thinks makes this report any different from all the other reports over the years.