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".
For most of us, an invasion of rats is the stuff of nightmares, but now the invasion of the rodents has become a grim reality.
History was made at the Baftas last night after Chloe Zhao became the first woman of colour to be named best director, her film Nomadland emerging as the big winner of the night’s awards.
The second night of the BAFTA awards will be taking place tonight with an audience free ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall hosted by stars like Hugh Grant and Tom Hiddlestone. Awards including best film, director, and screenplay will be handed out virtually, with Nomadland and the British coming of age story Rocks leading the…
As lockdown measures begin to be eased – a series of pilot events are being planned in England to find out how larger gatherings can be held as safely as possible, while minimising the risk of Covid transmission.
Boris Johnson prepares to reveal how the Government will decide where and when Britons will be able to travel abroad again
More than 2,500 arts organisations across the country will share £400 million in loans and grants, as part of the latest round of the government’s culture recovery fund.
The Crown Prosecution Service have told Channel 4 News that they’ve apologised for deciding not to charge a serving police officer who attacked a woman as she walked home alone.
An off-duty police officer who admitted assaulting a woman as she walked home alone has been spared jail and handed a curfew, as well as being ordered to pay compensation and costs.
Fewer than one in six female victims of sexual assault in England and Wales reported it to the police according to a study by the Office for National Statistics. The ONS looked at data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales.
Images of the police dragging away protesters, especially one photograph of student Patsy Stevenson being pinned down by two officers, have been shared around the world, encapsulating the widespread anger over the police response.
People demanding action on safety were arrested and removed. Today the Metropolitan Police Chief said her officers were right to take such action during what she called an ‘unlawful gathering’.
Metropolitan police constable Wayne Couzens has appeared in court charged with the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard – who went missing on the way home from a friend’s house in south London earlier this month.
It’s exactly a week since Sarah Everard went missing. Last night there were dramatic developments when the Metropolitan Police announced one of its own serving officers was being questioned about her disappearance.
As of today in England people are allowed to meet one other person outdoors for a coffee or some food for the first time since the third lockdown was announced in December.
One of the last artists to perform at a major venue in England before lockdown was grime music pioneer Ghetts.