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  • 18 Apr 2018

    The mother of a Windrush child has called on Theresa May to reflect on what she is doing to the country after her 58-year-old son was found dead last month.

  • 12 Apr 2018

    Since January, Channel 4 News has been reporting the plight of the Windrush kids. They came to UK as children, attended British schools, worked British jobs and built British lives. Now thousands of people who arrived in the UK decades ago – in the first wave of Commonwealth immigration in the 1950s and 60s – are living with the threat of deportation.

  • 17 Apr 2018

    The Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has refused to answer questions about her country’s human rights record. She is in the UK as part of the Commonwealth Summit. This programme has been investigating the many cases of the so-called “missing” in Bangladesh who are political opponents of her government.

  • 6 Mar 2018

    The question’s simple – the answer is only getting more complicated. Here’s a video explainer of what you need to know.

  • 11 Apr 2018

    When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems. Each week, I’ll speak to one guest, at length, who will hopefully have some answers – without having to…

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  • 14 Apr 2018

    105 missiles aimed at three targets: a military tight rope. Enough to send a message to Syria. Not enough to provoke the Russians. Theresa May declared chemical weapons must not become normalised. Downing Street later added the airstrikes met international laws on humanitarian grounds – although Jeremy Corbyn called them ‘legally questionable’. The attacks began…

  • 13 Apr 2018

    The Russian Ambassador to London, Alexander Yakovenko, discusses Syria and Salisbury.

  • It’s an effort to make light out of an often dark situation. The comedian Mark Thomas decided to set up a comedy club at a refugee camp in the West Bank town of Jenin. Now, he’s turned his escapade into a new show for the London stage, alongside two of the Palestinian comedians who performed…

  • Journalist and author Simon Jenkins has argued that the best way to end the Syrian war is to let Assad win. Syrian refugee Hassan Akkad supports military intervention.

  • As Theresa May weighs up whether to join any possible western military action against Syria, the British public don’t seem to be rallying behind the idea. Latest polls show just 22% of people would support a missile strike. But what about those who’ve experienced life under the Assad government and others with past experience of…

  • The father of a 23 month old boy at the centre of a life support battle says he still wants to take him to Italy for treatment. Tom Evans said he’d tried to take his son Alfie there yesterday by chartered jet, but had been stopped by Alder Hey Hospital, where a judge has endorsed doctors’…

  • Sir Cliff Richard has claimed that he felt “forever tainted” after the BBC covered a police raid on his home, telling the high court it was as if everything he had ever worked for was being torn apart. The singer has taken legal action against the broadcaster, claiming their coverage of the search following a…

  • A £2.5m donation to the London Fire Brigade to buy two high ladder vehicles after the Grenfell Tower Fire has come under scrutiny, after it emerged the cash came from the Freemasons. Members of the Fire Brigades Union say it’s unacceptable that a secretive charitable organisation should be paying for life-saving equipment. The donation comes with…

  • One Palestinian has been killed during fresh unrest along the Israel/Gaza border, as thousands of Palestinians gathered for mass protests. Officials said at least 122 other people were injured after Israeli soldiers opened fire on crowds who set fire to Israeli flags. Israel claimed protesters had repeatedly tried to damage the border fence by hurling…

  • President Trump himself has gone rather quiet on the Syrian situation today – instead, venting his anger on the former FBI boss James Comey, describing him as an “untruthful slime ball”. This was after some highly unflattering excerpts from Comey’s new book were released today.

  • Shadow cabinet minister Tony Lloyd explains why Labour is opposed to military action in Syria.

  • Russian military chiefs have accused Britain of “direct involvement” in staging the alleged chemical weapons attack in the Syrian town of Douma, a claim roundly dismissed by Britain’s UN ambassador as a “blatant lie”. The United States says it has yet to decide on possible military retaliation, while Labour cautioned against joining any bombing campaign,…

  • 12 Apr 2018

    Amid the Syria chemical weapons crisis and Trump’s continuing tweets about when the missiles might fall, a new attempt to have the special prosecutor Robert Mueller who is investigating Trump’s Russian involvements, neutralised. A war of words is raging here in Washington: Prominent trump supporters calling Mueller, the head of a crime family; whilst Trump…

  • The most detailed study yet of a major cancer type has revealed that genetic damage can begin years, or even decades, before symptoms appear and diagnosis is possible. The study also suggests that many patients could avoid unnecessary surgery and chemotherapy.

  • The former leader of Rochdale Council has been suspended from the Labour Party after a report from an inquiry into child sexual abuse said he lied when giving evidence. Richard Farnell continues to insist that he was not told about allegations of abuse spanning three decades at residential schools in the borough. But the Independent…