Sonia Rothwell

  • 20 Sep 2012

    As protests continue over a film which mocks the prophet Mohammed, Channel 4 News asks why there have been few if any moderate voices speaking out against the demonstrations.

  • 19 Sep 2012

    Police in Venezuela arrest Daniel Barrera, one of Colombia’s most wanted men, who is believed to be part of a gang responsible for smuggling 10 tonnes of cocaine each month to a Mexican drugs cartel.

  • 29 Aug 2012

    In the final part of our special series into the private companies who run some of our public services, Channel 4 News looks at the connections between the firms and government.

  • 22 Aug 2012

    In the second part of a special series into the outsourcing of public sector work to private firms, we profile the big names which win the contracts as well as some of the controversies.

  • 20 Aug 2012

    Japan and China are in dispute over rights to a group of uninhabited islands in the East China sea. Channel 4 News examines what is behind the flare-up and why the islands are so important.

  • 15 Aug 2012

    Desperate to cut costs, the NHS, police and councils are outsourcing more work to private firms. In the first of a special series, Channel 4 News asks if saving money means losing transparency?

  • 2 Aug 2012

    Having tempted judo-mad Vladimir Putin to visit London by offering him Olympic tickets, what else might David Cameron want to discuss as part of what has been dubbed judo diplomacy?

  • 30 Jul 2012

    Silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead voices her frustration at “overwhelming sexism” in sport that means women’s events have a lower profile and less investment than men’s.

  • 23 Jul 2012

    As the government says it will crack down on accountants who promote “aggressive” tax avoidance schemes, Channel 4 News asks what is tax avoidance and are our laws to blame?

  • 20 Jul 2012

    Channel 4 News profiles Bradley Wiggins, the man who looks set to become the first Englishman to win the legendary Tour de France cycle race.

  • 19 Jul 2012

    Russia and China veto a UN resolution proposing sanctions on Syria as it emerges the UK has frozen £100m of Syrian assets. Are President Assad’s days in charge numbered?

  • 16 Jul 2012

    Who knew what and when? Channel 4 News examines the timeline of the G4S Olympics security row.

  • 11 Jul 2012

    We all hope to grow old one day. So why does the question of how we’ll pay for our social care fail to light the political touchpaper.

  • 25 May 2012

    Controversial Fifa President Sepp Blatter casts doubt on the future of penalty shoot-outs to decide football matches, but what are the alternatives?

  • 19 Apr 2012

    More than 20 bombs hit cities and towns across Iraq, killing at least 36 and wounding almost 150, but analysts tell Channel 4 News the situation is not deteriorating.