Maternity services crisis: Poll shows midwives leaving NHS due to stress and burnout
Channel 4 News has exclusive polling that reveals why so many midwives plan to leave a service that’s already in crisis.
Why are disability hate crimes on the rise?
Police forces across England and Wales have received over 10,000 reports of disability related hate crimes in the last year, according to the disability charity United Response.
I came to the UK from Syria with £12 – Imad Al Arnab on fleeing the war and opening his own restaurant
Chef and former refugee Imad Al Arnab joins Krishnan Guru-Murthy to talk about fleeing Syria and his journey from losing everything in the war to rebuilding a life in the UK, in this week’s episode of Ways to Change the World.
What about the future lionesses? Women’s football calls for investment
Women’s football in England got a massive boost when the Lionesses became Euro champions last summer. Millions watched their matches on tv, and girls were inspired to play.
Matt Hancock ‘profoundly sorry’ for Covid mistakes as Health Secretary
The former health secretary Matt Hancock has said he is ‘profoundly sorry’ for mistakes that meant the United Kingdom was not properly prepared for Covid-19.
‘Consultants are incredibly angry over pay and working conditions’: BMA Consultants Committee chair on decision to strike
We speak to Dr Vishal Sharma, a consultant cardiologist and chairs the British Medical Association’s Consultants Committee.
Senior doctors in England vote for two-day strike – but nurses strikes set to end
Senior doctors in England have overwhelmingly voted to strike for two days next month.
What qualifying for the World Cup means for the people of Panama
For England, expectations for their head-to-head with Panama are pretty high – they’re playing a country ranked 43 places below them. But for the people of Panama and their national team, simply qualifying for the world cup is an historic achievement. Directed by Dan Faber.