Channel 4 News has been popping up all around the country. In the beauty spots of Cumbria we found local people struggling to make ends meet amid soaring unemployment and benefit cuts.
Exclusive: As police investigate claims that the British military may have been involved in the death of Princess Diana, Channel 4 News has seen the letter in question.
Over 20 soldiers placed on the sex offenders register have continued to serve in what the Army says are “exceptional circumstances.” But assault victims say military justice lacks independence.
A document seen by Channel 4 News warns of a surge in complaints within the army this year, as MPs add their voices to calls for an independent armed forces ombudsman.
Prince Harry’s flight instructor claims he suffered “gross mistreatment” at the hands of the army, as Labour calls for independent policing of the armed forces.
The army is considering setting up a military authority similar to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, according to an internal briefing note seen by Channel 4 News.
Exclusive: Channel 4 News has seen a restricted document which says 55 women served in combat roles for the British Territorial Army last year, against MoD policy.
A former RAF airman tells Channel 4 News how a minor disciplinary offence led to a criminal conviction that could have adversely affected his chances of finding work after leaving the forces.
Exclusive: A leaked army document written by a senior officer reports that every female officer asked said she had received “unwanted sexual attention.”
Exclusive: In the first of our Lost War films, three families whose sons were killed in Afghanistan tell Channel 4 News their loved ones died because their vehicles were not up to scratch.
Exclusive: A damning report written by a serving officer has found that the army is “rarely transparent or accountable, and frequently unlawful” in the way it handles complaints and discipline.
The UK Border Agency plans to change the rules to allow foreign and Commonwealth soldiers who risked their lives for Britain to avoid deportation – even those with minor criminal convictions.
Exclusive: Former defence secretary Dr Liam Fox tells Channel 4 News Home Office rules which are leaving foreign and commonwealth soldiers facing deportation are “a breach of the military covenant”.
Exclusive: British commanders were unaware of the serious implications that follow from disciplinary findings against foreign and Commonwealth soldiers until they were reported by Channel 4 News.
Exclusive: a serving soldier with British armed forces, who is under threat of deportation, tells Channel 4 News that if he is sent back to his homeland he could be imprisoned for being a mercenary.