Symeon Brown

  • Published on 17 Sep 2017 Sections

    He’s being hailed as one of Africa’s most exciting breakthrough artists. We talk to Mr Eazi about his music and his meteoric rise.

  • Published on 10 Sep 2017

    Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for a curb on immigration, allowing Britain to control the number of people entering the country without leaving the EU. But critics said his change of heart had come too late.

  • Published on 9 Sep 2017

    Thousands of anti-Brexit activists have marched through central London claiming that leaving the European Union “no longer holds credibility”.

  • Published on 6 Sep 2017

    Police in east London have launched a murder investigation over the death of a 14 year old boy who was shot in the back of the head at point blank range, calling it an “extreme act of violence”. Officers found Corey Junior Davis, and a 17 year old boy suffering from gunshot wounds, just after…

  • Published on 24 Aug 2017 Sections ,

    Pupils at the Sion Manning catholic girls school in west London had to sit their GCSE exams in the midst of tragedy.  Less than a mile from Grenfell Tower – they turned up at school the next day, while smoke still billowed from the blackened shell of the high rise block. Some had lost friends,…

  • Published on 23 Aug 2017 Sections

    The husband of a woman killed in a collision with a cyclist has called for a change in the law after a jury found Charlie Alliston, who was 18 at the time of the crash, not guilty of manslaughter. Mr Alliston was convicted of a lesser offence of causing bodily harm by furious and wanton…

  • Published on 17 Aug 2017 Sections

    After drastic changes to the way exams are assessed, boys have overtaken girls in achieving top A and A* grades for the first time in 17 years.

  • Published on 14 Aug 2017 Sections

    Soldier Ben Parkinson lost both his legs and suffered more than 40 injures when his Land Rover hit a mine in Afghanistan in 2006.   Today his recovery from that horrific ordeal and his charity work were honoured in his home town. Doncaster Council awarded him the freedom of the town in recognition of his “bravery,…

  • Published on 4 Aug 2017 Sections ,

    For anyone hoping for council housing across England – it’s an almost impossible struggle. There’s a 1.2 million strong waiting list, and more than half of the households waiting are currently living in overcrowded or  insanitary housing. In London, where private rent is high, those at the sharp end are often the city’s newest arrivals…

  • Published on 26 Jul 2017

    Knife and gun crime and acid attacks across the UK are on the rise. There were over 34,000 knife incidents alone last year. Channel 4 News has been given access to the ward of one of just four major trauma centres in London, St George’s in Tooting, to observe doctors working on the frontline, alongside youth workers, to interrupt the…

  • Published on 23 Jul 2017 Sections

    Adults could be legally allowed to change their gender without a medical diagnosis and without having to live for two years as their desired gender.

  • Published on 9 Jul 2017

    From posh period dramas to films about gilded youth – it’s becoming increasingly difficult for anyone from a working class background to get into acting – let alone make a name as a star

  • Published on 26 Jun 2017 Sections

    Fourteen police officers were injured last night when trouble flared during protests in East London at the death of a young black man. Edson Da Costa died in hospital six days after he was stopped by police in Beckton while travelling in a car with friends. Protesters alleged that Mr Da Costa was beaten by…

  • Published on 25 Jun 2017

    Some Camden council tenants are refusing to move out of their block despite safety fears, saying the local authority has not found them a decent alternative.

  • Published on 24 Jun 2017

    Some 27 tower blocks across England have failed safety tests following the deadly fire in North Kensington. Thousands of residents face the prospect of emergency evacuations – but some are refusing to move.