Michael Crick has left Channel 4 News. This is an archive of his reports.
With just 77 days to go, the Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the deep divisions in the Commons had increased the prospect of Brexit being halted altogether, warning that would be an “incredibly damaging breach of trust”.
A senior Conservative Party campaign official has been found guilty of breaking election expenses law.
The Metropolitan Police has said it will deal “robustly” with protesters who barrack MPs outside parliament.
Environment secretary Michael Gove warns farmers that a no-deal Brexit could have severe implications for the agriculture industry.
Lip readers across the land were deployed to analyse television footage of Mr Corbyn saying something to colleagues sitting next to him during Prime Minister’s Questions. Mr Corbyn insisted he was completely opposed to the use of sexist or misogynist language. But that didn’t stop Tory MPs demanding an apology.
Council tax in England is set to soar above inflation – as ministers gave local authorities the go ahead to raise tax in April by 3%. It means families facing a steep increase in bills – plus, in England and Wales – up to £24 a year per household to fund extra cash for police…
The government’s attempt to sell its Brexit deal today was more stick than carrot, with warnings that ports could be disrupted for up to six months and traffic flows across the Channel could drop to just 13 per cent, if the UK leaves without a Brexit deal.
These might well be the hardest of the hard yards. Theresa May has to travel frenetically to try to get this deal over the line. Here to the heart of rural Wales she came, to meet the best in show of the farming community this morning, then on to Belfast and a DUP welcoming committee, if that’s the right word.
The new Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has admitted there are problems with Universal Credit.
It’s been another hectic day in Westminster – Amber Rudd has been appointed to be Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. It’s a remarkable return to the political frontline, only eight months since her demise as Home Secretary over the Windrush controversy.
A senior Conservative official accused of intentionally encouraging or assisting an MP and his agent to submit false expense returns has said she did not take control of Craig Mackinlay’s campaign in the 2015 general election. Giving evidence for the first time, Marion Little insists she was there as part of a team set up by the Conservatives…
Jo Johnson’s resignation is another boost to those calling for a new people’s vote referendum on Brexit. And it hasn’t just been welcomed by like-minded Remainers. Chief Brexiteer and big brother Boris Johnson said the pair may not agree about Brexit, but were “united in dismay” over the UK’s position. And the DUP leader said her party could not…
The South Thanet MP claimed he was in considerable ignorance about the financial aspects of his 2015 general election campaign. He denies two charges of making a false election expenses declaration.
Aaron Banks, self-declared “Bad Boy of Brexit” was living it up in Bermuda today. But the National Crime Agency now wants to know where he got the money for the biggest political gift in British history.
A Conservative MP on trial for allegedly breaking election spending limits has admitted he was “clueless” when it came to keeping track of election expenditure.