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.
Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96.
Liz Truss will announce that major plan on energy prices tomorrow in the Commons.
The new Prime Minister will have to deal with the cost of living crisis facing the entire country, as energy bills and the cost of basic goods soar to stratospheric levels.
Boris Johnson is leaving the building – almost – with his time in office surrounded by controversy to the end.
Today Russia has shut off gas supplies through a major pipeline to Europe – for the second time this summer.
We spoke to the Ofgem chief executive Jonathan Brearley about the rise in the energy price cap.
By October, a typical household will face an energy bill of more than £3,500 a year as the price cap, which sets out how much energy providers can charge customers, isn’t just lifted – but virtually obliterated. And that £3,500 could be much worse. By next spring bills could be almost twice as much again.…
We spoke to Chancellor of the Exchequer Nadhim Zahawi about the cost of living and whether it is “appropriate” to be working remotely during the crisis.
The UK economy shrank by 0.1% in the three months to June, according to official figures – in what’s already being called a “prelude to recession”.
As outgoing prime minister, Boris Johnson has said it was not his place to act on the energy crisis.
As the two candidates prepared for another slugfest in front of Tory members tonight in County Durham, they exchanged blows over the escalating gas and electricity price crisis.
Last night, the FBI arrested the former governor of Puerto Rico on bribery charges. The US Department of Justice alleged an international banker made political donations in return for tampering with an investigation into his bank.
As we’ve been hearing, the Prime Minister is away on holiday, as is the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Conservative leadership rivals Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are going head-to-head this evening for their third hustings in front of party members.
Oil and gas giant, BP today said its profits have more than trebled thanks to surging energy prices. But – it’s a stark contrast – those same surging prices are set to push domestic energy bills to more than £3,600 per household this winter. Poverty campaigners say the dramatic increase in the energy price cap…