Could Artificial Intelligence be used to help confront the growing student mental health crisis?
In 2003, 25-year-old Sabina Rizvi was shot dead minutes after leaving a police station in south-east London. A gang leader was jailed for her murder the following year but a full inquest is yet to be held. On the 20th anniversary of her murder this week, her mother still has many unanswered questions about what…
The United Nations Refugee Agency has told this programme it’s concerned about the welfare of asylum seekers trapped and isolated in a makeshift camp overseen by the UK, and has asked for access.
The UK’s third largest police force has admitted some responsibility for the actions of a disgraced officer, who was accused of intimidation and fabricating allegations against a woman he’d never met.
The Department of Health has been forced to scrap the way it sources medical gloves for the NHS – after its buyers paid millions to a supplier accused of modern slavery. It follows a landmark legal case which challenged the government’s decision to include the Malaysian glove manufacturer Supermax as an approved NHS supplier, despite…
Channel 4 News can exclusively reveal that the same Chinese company whose technology Beijing is using for the surveillance and oppression of its minority Uyghur community also provides surveillance technology to at least eleven police forces in England and Wales.
An organised crime suspect was lawfully killed by police during an enforced stop on a motorway slip road in West Yorkshire at the start of 2017, an inquest has found.
Leaving home and heading off to university is an exciting time. For many students, it’s their first real experience of an independent adult life.
An inquest jury has begun hearing details of a police surveillance operation which ended with the shooting of a suspect on the M62 in West Yorkshire 5 years ago.
There are more than a million of Hikvision’s cameras installed across the UK – monitoring every aspect of our lives.
Channel 4 News understands immigration checks have started to determine where they may be transported to.
When physics student Natasha Abrahart was unable to complete academic tasks because of her deteriorating mental health, she was given ever-lower grades.
The governor of one of England’s most violent jails has described the treatment of a 35-year-old prisoner who suffered a drugs overdose and later died as “nothing short of inhumane and degrading”.
Six years later, an inquest has found serious police failures contributed to her death including a lack of compassion.
The family of an undergraduate who took her own life is to challenge the University of Bristol over its duty of care in protecting the mental health of its students.