Paul McNamara is the Business and Global Trade Correspondent for Channel 4 News, reporting on the UK’s changing relationship with the world.
Paul joined the Channel 4 News Investigations Team in 2015 and reported on the biggest stories in the UK. He has covered three General Elections for the programme, the last as Political Correspondent.
Prior to Channel 4 News Paul was the co-founder of a production company and news agency providing investigations for Channel 4 Dispatches, BBC Panorama, and every newspaper on Fleet Street.
His career started at The Bedford Times and Citizen, before joining national newspapers to cover defence and the war in Afghanistan extensively.
Environmental campaigners are cheering but business leaders have warned thousands of jobs could be at risk after Shell announced it was pulling out of the controversial Cambo oil field project off Shetland.
The government has unveiled its plans for a new subsidy regime for farming, which it says will improve biodiversity, see more trees planted and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Up to 30,000 homes remain without power tonight, following extensive damage caused by Storm Arwen.
A jury in America has found three men guilty of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, who was shot while he was out jogging.
Boris Johnson has insisted his speech to the CBI in South Shields had “gone down well”, after he lost his place, imitated a car and somewhat unexpectedly ranged from Lenin to Peppa Pig.
Record numbers of people have been trying to reach the UK by boat this year, almost 25,000 have attempted the risky journey so far – that’s three times more than last year.
You’ve probably already noticed there’s been a steep rise in the cost of living.
The MP at the heart of the debate over parliamentary ethics rules has resigned.
To cries of “shame” echoing around the Commons, MPs have voted to put former Conservative minister Owen Paterson’s suspension on hold, instead, opting to tear up parliament’s own disciplinary system.
The French ambassador to the UK has been summoned to the Foreign Office as the row over fishing rights continues to escalate. France has threatened to block British boats from landing fish at its ports if the licensing dispute is not resolved by Tuesday. In response, the UK warned that the Royal Navy could board…
The social media giant Facebook has been coming under intense scrutiny over allegations that it’s put profit above protecting its millions of users and combating hateful and abusive content, although the firm has denied the claims and posted better than expected profits.
The government has finally published its plans for achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.
With shortages becoming a feature of day-to-day life, another household name, Pizza Express, has fallen victim to supply chain issues.
Essex police have said that counter-terrorism officers will lead the investigation into the killing of Sir David Amess, although they stressed they were continuing to “keep an open mind” about the motive.
What do the EU’s proposals mean for businesses in Northern Ireland who have complained that trade has been strangled by the protocol?