On the final day of the poppy art installation at the Tower of London, which has been seen by millions, people explain what the poppies mean to them – and why they bought one.
As Richard Flanagan wins the Booker prize, there is a growing belief reading is about more than just entertainment and escapism. Channel 4 News eavesdrops on a “bibliotherapy” session.
It’s the biggest vote in a generation: should Scotland go independent? Make sure you’re in the loop on the night of the vote with all the news, pics and video from c4news on Snapchat and WhatsApp.
The Daily Mail says Baroness Warsi “flounced” out of government over Gaza. Sexist? Don’t be silly! From William the Conquerer to Putin, some of the most “macho” men have a grand history of flouncing.
Thousands for braille displays, £31 for a knife, a fork, and two spoons, and £4,000 for a wheelchair. Disabled people tell Channel 4 News why everything costs more, just to live a normal life.
A Malaysian Airlines plane has been reportedly shot down over Ukraine, killing hundreds. Aviation authorities have warned against flying over the area in the past – but the guidance is not mandatory.
Prime Minister David Cameron promotes some new faces to his cabinet. But can you tell the difference between the real deal and the actors pretending to be politicians in shows like The Thick of It?
Hundreds of thousands of public sector workers are on strike around the country. Take our tour of what the situation looks like across the nation: protests, disruption and a socialist choir. #j10
Time to relax on the beach with a book. But are you actually reading it, or just shading your eyes from the sun? A new index from a US mathematician suggests, for some books at least, the latter…
The rise in antibiotic resistance, and lack of new drugs to cope, is set to be a disaster for humanity – or that is what many scientists warn. And now David Cameron might prevent it (yes, really).
Quantum mechanics is famously complicated, but could it be the answer to keeping data – from banking and government communications – safe from prying eyes?
A massive electrical storm forces Glastonbury Festival organisers to shut off the power and close the stages – but the show must go on, with crowds joining an Always Look On The Bright Side singalong.
The head of the global chemical weapons watchdog tells Channel 4 News it is an “open question” if hidden chemical weapons remain in Syria, two days after the last shipment was supposed to have left.
Pills, electrical stimulation, cell swaps and computer chips: all devices scientists are beginning to show can make people smarter, or even more moral. But should we go down this road?
A key figure at the European Space Agency says we must look at how we exploit the moon’s resources before it is too late, as missions begin to map its surface and Nasa calls for bids to mine in space.