David Cameron may have more grounds for optimism when the IMF publishes its latest forecast for UK growth later.
The US Justice Department claims Steve Jobs was active in illegal efforts to control e-book prices. If Apple is guilty, it could be open to civil suits from consumers costing millions of dollars.
A BBC reporter who lost his job after an episode of mental illness, tells Channel 4 News that he believes a travel injection may have triggered the fever that led to his illness.
Millionaire migrants are increasingly investing in the UK, from buying penthouses to building businesses, showing another side to immigration.
As Channel 4 News focuses on a week of reports on immigration, MPs debate the impact of restrictions being lifted on Bulgarians and Romanians at the end of 2013 – triggering a 100,000-strong petition.
After former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby agrees to give up his knighthood and part of his pension, pressure is mounting on others in charge when the bank collapsed to follow suit.
Former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby says he will ask for his knighthood to be removed and will forego 30 per cent of his pension after last week’s report into the bank’s collapse.
MPs investigating a secret list of blacklisted building workers hear from one of the bosses of construction firm Sir Robert McAlpine that the firm was involved in the operation. Sarah Smith reports.
Goldman Sachs has decided to push ahead with bonus payouts to its investment bankers instead of deferring payments to April 6, meaning they will pay the 50p top rate of income tax after all.
As the Shard’s viewing platform prepares to open to the public, Sarah Smith looks at Qatar’s growing presence in London’s property market and asks: why is the Shard there?
In austerity Britain one industry is thriving. The payday loans business has increased four fold this year, while more of their customers are struggling to pay back those loans.
Sarah Smith interviews Terry Waite about why he went back to Beirut twenty five years after he was taken hostage there.
Nearly 200 countries agree to extend Kyoto Protocol that limits the greenhouse gas output of some rich countries after hard-fought sessions and despite objections from Russia.
If the UK left the EU, it could choose whether or not to retain laws like the working time directive but not the human rights act, which has nothing to do with the EU.
Channel 4 News talks to Queen guitarist Brian May, part of the Team Badger campaign group, and to Environment Secretary Owen Paterson.