Minnie Stephenson is an award-winning reporter for Channel 4 News covering domestic and international stories.
Minnie joined the programme in 2018 having previously worked for 5 News & ITV News, her interests include identity politics, social affairs and culture.
In 2019, Minnie and her team won the News & Currents Affairs Mind Award - for demonstrating a commitment to mental health reporting across the year.
Minnie regularly reports on Channel 4 News’ Uncovered series on Facebook, telling untold stories from around the world.
The broadcaster has written for the Guardian, Huffington Post & Stylist. Minnie presents Pride in London and co-founded ITN’s first ever LGBTQ+ network. In 2020, Minnie was named as one of the Guardian’s "100 visible lesbians".
Glamorous, confident and centre stage – actress Dame Diana Rigg made her mark playing Emma Peel in the iconic sixties series the Avengers.
Police investigating a series of stabbings in Birmingham say they are still looking for a suspect after one person was killed and seven others injured in a knife attack overnight.
Could civil service be heading back to the office sooner than we think?
A leading academics union has warned that allowing a million students to begin university next month risks sparking another surge of coronavirus.
Fellow actor Denzel Washington described him as “a gentle soul and a brilliant artist who will stay with us for eternity”.
A World War Two spy has become the first woman of Indian origin in Britain to be honoured with an English Heritage blue plaque.
The first pupils in Northern Ireland have started going back to school today, after the chief medical officer insisted it was safe to return.
Agriculture Minister Dara Calleary has resigned following a scandal in which members of the Irish parliament and an EU Commissioner all attended a parliamentary golf society event just a day after restrictions on gatherings were introduced.
Although the cap on overall student numbers has been raised, places at medical schools remain limited because the cost of training doctors is so high.
The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has said he’s “incredibly sorry”. But despite the distress caused by the exam chaos – he’s refused to say if he’ll resign from his job.
After the government’s U-turn on exam grades, what’s next for the students who had their hopes dashed – then restored again?
The government insisted spiking infection rates in France made it necessary despite the disruption caused.
Many students fear the disruption caused by the pandemic could rob them of the university places they’d hoped for.
A coroner has found the television presenter Caroline Flack took her own life after learning she would be prosecuted for assaulting her boyfriend.
London is getting a premiere of the first new musical since the pandemic began at a specially designed theatre space in a pub garden.