Undercover footage from Channel 4 Dispatches exposes a match agent from Ghana offering to fix an international football game, writes Morland Sanders.
Morland Sanders reports on the banks who refuse to refund money their customers claim was fraudulently removed from their accounts.
A website offering students the chance to have their university fees paid in exchange for “intimacy” with wealthy sponsors was probably a scam to exploit vulnerable young women.
Police are looking for the man who threw corrosive acid at a woman in a suspected racist attack, as she was walking her six-month-old baby.
As a new study shows that eating red meat dramatically increases the risk of death from heart disease, Morland Sanders takes the findings to a food market in Leeds.
The six British soldiers killed in southern Afghanistan after their armoured warrior was hit by an explosion are named by the Ministry of Defence. Four are aged 20 or under.
Dead dolphins in record-breaking numbers and two degree surface ocean temperature rises in a year, Morland Sanders meets those in the United States who link the two.
Channel 4 News has been following Stephen Stubbs’ 15-month job hunt, and after 2,000 job applications Stephen can reveal he is no longer one of the UK’s 2.7 million unemployed people.
Speaking to Channel 4 News John Ashton, one of Cumbria’s top doctors, demands a government apology after being summoned to explain himself to local NHS chiefs for criticising planned health reforms.
Channel 4 News learns that a flagship PFI hospital in Wakefield is turning away patients arriving in ambulances because of a lack of capacity. North of England Correspondent Morland Sanders reports.
An inquest into the death of former Wales football manager Gary Speed rules he may have killed himself accidentally.
An 18-year-old is being held on suspicion of murder after a Lancashire house fire left four dead, as Morland Sanders reports.
North of England Correspondent Morland Sanders finds out more about the sector which shouldn’t be booming during an economic crisis – but is: the luxury car market.
Two Yorkshiremen hoping to become boxing champions also share a name – Liam Walsh. Channel 4 News North of England Correspondent Morland Sanders describes his meeting with one of the future stars.
An increasing reliance by ambulance trusts on fast-response cars means some ambulances are taking longer to reach seriously ill patients, Channel 4 News has found.