As Britain’s armed forces await a formal call-up for help with the big freeze from Scotland, the army tells Channel 4 News it has sent in battlefield ambulances to help local authorities.
Snow is spreading across the UK as a prolonged spell of wintry weather tightens its grip on the country, with conditions set to deteriorate further next week. Nick Martin speaks to people affected.
The UK is braced for more wintry weather after heavy snowfalls across the country. Nick Martin braves the cold to look at how the country’s coping with the earliest snow for years.
As councils in Britain face £2bn in savings as a result of the spending review, Nick Martin finds one council offering 95 per cent mortgages to help people onto the housing ladder.
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that star striker Wayne Rooney wants to leave Manchester United, writes Nick Martin.
As hundreds of incapacity benefits are reassessed under the government’s plan to reform the welfare system, Channel 4 News hears from a claimant worried that changes may affect his health.
An anonymous bidder yesterday saw off competition from a museum to pay £2.3m for a Roman helmet found in a field. But Nick Martin learns the museum has not given up on its quest for the helmet yet.
As Pope Benedict continues his visit to Britain, Channel 4 News north of England Nick Martin meets three clerical sex abuse victims who tell him their harrowing stories.
Workers at the Corus steelworks in Teesside have been told their pensions may be frozen until they are 65 if the plant is sold to Thailand’s biggest steelmaker, Nick Martin learns.
Demonstrators from right-wing organisation the English Defence League (EDL) clash with police in Bradford, as five arrests have been made. Nick Martin reports.
As fears of a potential race riot remained today in Bradford, Channel 4 News Northern Correspondent Nick Martin speaks exclusively to the leader of the English Defence League.
“Everybody wants to stay, nobody wants to leave.” Channel 4 News gains exclusive access to US border police and travels with illegal immigrants deported “back home” to Guatemala.
Jordan Williams, 9, tells Channel 4 News North of England correspondent Nick Martin that Cumbria gunman Derrick Bird stared him “in the eyes” before shooting a passing cyclist and driving off.
It was an extraordinary moment when Stephen Griffiths, charged with the murder of three prostitutes, gave his name in court as the “crossbow cannibal”.
The government puts off a decision on introducing minimum price for alcohol in England and Wales, as public health officials warn cheap drink is bringing a public health crisis in the North East.