Paul McNamara is the Policy Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
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.
Tory peer Baroness Mone has said she is taking a leave of absence from the House of Lords, to “clear her name” over allegations about her links to a firm awarded contracts for personal protective equipment during the pandemic. The news came as the government said it will release records relating to the award of…
The inquiry into alleged bullying behaviour by the deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has been expanded to include a third complaint.
Net migration to the UK is at a record high with half a million more people arriving than leaving in the year to June 2022.
Channel 4 News has the results of a poll done since his speech yesterday on what voters think about the cost of living crisis.
With tax hikes and spending cuts likely to be announced by the Chancellor, there are signs of growing unease among some Tory MPs.
The Bank of England has predicted that the country is heading for a recession that could last two years.
$200 billion has been wiped off the cryptocurrency market in the last three days.
Nurses have voted to take strike action across the UK in their row over pay.
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King Charles has hosted a reception in Buckingham Palace to discuss climate change – inviting world leaders, politicians and environmental experts to gather ahead of the COP27 talks which begin in Egypt on Sunday. Stressing the huge importance of the climate summit, the UN chief has warned that the world would be doomed unless rich…
People are already struggling with soaring costs and a tax burden, the highest since World War Two. Now the Bank of England is preparing us all for years of economic pain. Yet today it responded with the biggest interest rates rise for 30 years. The Bank said it had no choice because it needed to…
The Home Office has told us they ‘do not routinely’ process unaccompanied asylum claimants at the Manston facility, and that safeguarding minors is their ‘utmost priority.’ We investigate conditions at Manston and also look at the backlog in the immigration system.
Our policy correspondent Paul McNamara discusses the implications of Rishi Sunak’s cabinet changes.
We discuss the potential successors to Liz Truss with Conservative voters in Maidstone.
So who will be the next Prime Minister?