The chair of the influential health select committee is to quiz medical regulators over dangerous medical professionals who defy sanctions handed down in order to protect the public.
A Channel 4 News investigation has discovered doctors who have carried on working despite being suspended or having restrictions placed on their practices by the General Medical Council (GMC).
In 1996, Stuart Green, now 47, was working as a locum GP in Camberwell Green surgery in south London. Unknown to his colleagues, he had developed an addiction to heroin.
Dr Godwin Duru, was working as a locum doctor in Barnet hospital in in north London in 2005, when the parents of nine-month-old Joshua Davis brought him in to A&E, believing him to be seriously ill.
Two British journalists detained in Libya and accused of being spies were reporting on atrocities meted out against black people by the same forces that arrested them.
As Abu Qatada is released from jail, British followers of the radical cleric post online sermons calling Britons “enemies of Allah” and lauding the preacher in the same breath as Osama bin Laden.
Last year, two-thirds of the country’s police forces fired Tasers significantly more – some by up to 800 per cent – than in the preceding year, a Channel 4 News investigation can disclose.
Thousands of people are being illegally jailed and abused by Libya’s ex-rebels, a UN report says. Channel 4 News speaks to a Ghanaian woman who has seen friends detained or die trying to flee Libya.
Gaddafi’s bodyguard claims that the former dictator’s son, Mutassim, was “in charge of eveything” from the start of the war, as questions emerge about how the Colonel was killed.
The display of a sculpture created by one of Britain’s most dangerous sex offenders in a major exhibition has renewed the debate on whether criminals should be allowed to profit from their art.
Jailed rioters are being targeted by existing inmates because prison conditions have been made worse by the influx of prisoners following last month’s civil unrest, Channel 4 News has learned.
Cleared for release in 2007, British resident Shaker Aamer is on hunger strike as lawyers say he was routinely beaten on days his legal team was due to meet him.
Muammar Gaddafi could have an underground escape route from his military compound to Tripoli International Airport, an engineer who worked on plans to renovate its infrastructure told Channel 4 News.
Anders Breivik made internet contact with the EDL just months before carrying out his killing spree. In other online postings, he claims to have had discussions with members as long ago as 2009.
The Norwegian anti-Muslim group that terrorist Anders Behring Breivik claimed to have co-founded is connected with its English counterpart, online postings reveal.