Exclusive: Channel 4 News reveals a new front in the Murdochs’ legal woes as the Serious Fraud Office begins a preliminary investigation into News International.
Assistant Commissioner John Yates admitted in 2009 that Met police officers who had been prosecuted for accepting cash from newspapers in exchange for information could still be working.
The number of teachers committing suicide in Britain each year has almost doubled, Channel 4 News learns, with educators saying they are failing to cope with the stresses of the job.
As the News of the World settles with actor Sienna Miller, a second newspaper now faces phone hacking proceedings, Channel 4 News understands.
Despite the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) policy of not keeping under 18-year-old recruits against their will, Britain’s child soldiers are being held in a military detention centre for going AWOL.
As 10,000 foreign nationals pack tiny Tripoli airport to escape Libya’s growing crisis, an email seen by Channel 4 News shows the Foreign Office “does not know” how many Britons are in the country.
Armed uniformed men are storming Libyan hospitals tending to those wounded in anti-Government protests and dragging them away in the middle of the night, a nurse in Benghazi tells Channel 4 News.
Jeremy Bamber, sentenced to life in 1986 for the murder of five of his family members, will remain in jail after his appeal bid failed, but will seek a judicial review, Channel 4 News understands.
The Egyptian Army’s passivity in the bloody protests suggests an internal conflict of agendas, one which could inspire a coup by lower-level officers, a former Army Commander tells Channel 4 News.
From his prison cell in York, Jeremy Bamber tells Channel 4 News that he is fighting for a retrial rather than for his sentence to be quashed.
Exclusive: Jeremy Bamber, who was sentenced to life in 1986 for the murder of five of his family members, has claimed that previously-unseen police photographs prove he was not given a fair trial.
Chris Jefferies is on bail after being released by police ‘pending further inquiries’, as they insist the investigation into Joanna Yeates’ murder is ‘ongoing’.
Police in Sweden did not open an email from suicide bomber Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly until nearly five hours after he sent it, Channel 4 News understands.
As MI5 continues to investigate whether Taimur Adbdulwahab al-Abdaly had links to other terrorists, Channel 4 News discovers that he lived close to numerous Luton-based extremists.
The WikiLeaks supporters behind attacks on various websites – including Mastercard and Visa, have sent footage to Channel 4 News of a cyber strike being carried out.