• 14 Apr 2018

    Joining us now from Hertfordshire is the Justice secretary David Gauke.

  • 14 Apr 2018

    The Government has already published the detailed legal advice justifying the airstrikes on Syria. This after the Prime Minister defended going ahead without seeking Parliament’s backing.  Mrs May held telephone talks with Presidents Trump and Macron this afternoon – with all three leaders hailing the joint bombing campaign as a “success”. A warning, there are some…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 4 Apr 2018

    By midnight tonight, every employer with more than 250 staff will have published information on how much men and women in their organisations get paid. Or at least, that’s what the law requires. The firms that have published data so far reveal that 78 per cent pay men more than women, while 13 per cent…

  • 4 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…

  • 4 Apr 2018

    The head of Porton Down, the government’s military research facility, appears to have contradicted claims by the foreign secretary over the poisoning of a former spy, Sergei Skripal. Boris Johnson seemingly confirmed that scientists had “no doubt” that the nerve agent used was made in Russia. But Porton Down now says it has “not identified the precise source”.

  • 3 Apr 2018

    The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn may have fanned the flames of the Party’s anti-Semitism row after attending at an event organised by a left-wing Jewish group which is critical of more mainstream Jewish organisations. Mr Corbyn’s attendance at the ‘Jewdas’ event to mark Passover was condemned by one MP as ‘irresponsible and dangerous’. But Jeremy Corbyn said…

  • 30 Mar 2018

    Labour MP Siobhain McDonough, who wrote the open letter to Jeremy Corbyn, and Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from Jewish Voice for Labour – a group supportive of Mr Corbyn, discuss Labour’s anti-Semitism row.

  • 30 Mar 2018

    Councils in England will be able to bid for a share of a new £30m fund to tackle rough sleeping – part of a new raft of measures the government claims will “break the homelessness cycle once and for all”. Next week a new law comes into force, requiring councils to try to prevent anyone…

  • 30 Mar 2018

    The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said the party needs to “do better” in the fight against anti-Semitism – as 49 Labour MPs and peers signed an open letter urging him to suspend a leading Momentum supporter from the ruling NEC. Christine Shawcroft – who was forced to resign after opposing the suspension of a…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Brexit has divided people up and down the country and the city of Sheffield is no different. There, the leave camp won narrowly – with 51 per cent of the vote. With a year to go until Brexit is due to happen, we’ve been to meet three Sheffield artists whose views capture the complex issues…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Last week, this programme exposed how Cambridge Analytica claimed to have intervened – often secretly – in elections around the world. Now the secrets are unspooling. An undercover reporter for Channel 4 News posed as a fixer for a wealthy client hoping to get candidates elected in Sri Lanka. Last week, that country’s Prime Minister…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    The row over anti-semitism within the Labour Party shows no sign of calming down with Jeremy Corbyn making another intervention this afternoon to try and show that his party has “a zero tolerance” approach to the issue. It comes after the leader sacked the chair of the party’s disputes panel over her support for a…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Scotland voted against Brexit by 62 to 38 per cent, so how did Mrs May’s trip go down there today? We speak to the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, and began by asking her if she still thinks the Brexit vote can be reversed? And on those points raised in that interview – Vote…