Siobhan Kennedy is the Business Editor, and her beat includes everything from industrial action and the long term impact of the recession to where growth is coming from in the economy.
Siobhan joined Channel 4 News in 2008, from The Times. As a newspaper reporter she worked as Politics and Business Correspondent, and before that the Mergers and Private Equity Correspondent. Before The Times, Siobhan worked for Reuters based in London and New York.
Three cabinet ministers visit Dover to discuss preparations for a no deal Brexit.
The government says it does still want to negotiate a new Brexit deal with the EU. But the minister in charge of no deal preparations, Michael Gove, says Brussels isn’t interested.
There is now a ‘no deal Brexit’ planning operation at the height of government with Michael Gove at the helm.
He was a computing pioneer, a codebreaker and a war hero, who was cruelly persecuted for his sexuality.
It said it had seen a “significant fall” in revenue from fixed odds machines.
In the UK, the damage which a no-deal Brexit could cause, and the spending pledges of the two Tory leadership contenders, continued to dominate politics, with the Chancellor warning a disorderly exit could deliver a £90 billion hit to the economy.
The government has formally put a no-deal Brexit back on the agenda with a statement today from the minister in charge of the Cabinet Office, David Lidington.
More than 700 homes have to be demolished and a 12-lane section of the M25 will have to be diverted through a new tunnel.
In London, Chancellor Philip Hammond said he’d had an “extensive discussion” with the visiting Chinese Vice-Premier about Hong Kong, but was more keen to talk up close trade ties.
The prospect of leaving Europe without an agreement is looming large for businesses.
Survivors and bereaved relatives of many of those killed in the Grenfell Tower fire are suing three firms over the blaze, in legal action described as “one of the largest product liability cases in history”.
Two of the frontrunners, Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, have made some pretty meaty financial pledges.
Channel 4 News has learnt that the government is poised to tell key transport and logistics businesses to order No-Deal preparations be stepped up again.
At least 5,000 jobs in the north of England are at risk after British Steel was put into compulsory liquidation.
The Chinese mobile phone giant Huawei says it’s the victim of a trade war between America and China after Google said it would no longer supply the company with its Android software.