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".
Officials in Kent declared a major incident today over the gridlocked queues of cars and lorries waiting to get into the port of Dover and through the Eurotunnel.
Warning: This report contains an account of a homophobic attack and offensive language.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was attacked in the street in east London during the early hours of Sunday morning.
The police watchdog is to reinvestigate the Metropolitan Police over their handling of the murders of four young men in East London by serial killer Stephen Port.
A week of transport chaos in England, Scotland and Wales is set to go ahead
Climate scientists say the early heatwaves across parts of France, Spain and the UK over the past few days are a sign of things to come.
A trans woman who survived so-called conversion therapy has told this programme that people will “take their own lives” as a result of the goverment’s decision to exclude transgender people in their plan to ban the controversial practice. The decision has caused widespread condemnation from LGBTQ+ groups and human rights charities. The government was forced…
The pro-Brexit campaigner Arron Banks has lost his libel case against the journalist Carole Cadwalladr, in a ruling which could have important implications for public interest journalism.
It’s all about turning art into an experience. Nothing is behind a frame and there are no security guards telling you not to get too close.
It’s not just Union Jack bunting and old school street parties – there are plenty of alternative takes on the platinum jubilee.
Rape survivors are often treated like suspects, according to a new report by the information watchdog – and asked to provide police with medical records, social services files and even hand over their phones.
In the past few years the actor Kevin Spacey has been airbrushed from our screens following sexual misconduct allegations.
It was on this day in 1980 that Ian Curtis, lead singer of the critically acclaimed band Joy Division, took his own life.
Wayne Rooney has told the High Court that giving evidence at the libel trial brought by Rebekah Vardy against his wife Colleen was “the first time” he’d had “any understanding of what happened”.
A man who roamed around the countryside with a weapon stuffed inside his backpack has been found guilty of murdering a police community support officer.