• 20 Jan 2012

    As China’s sovereign wealth fund makes its first UK infrastructure investment, buying a stake in Thames Water, Channel 4 News looks at what the deal means for both countries.

  • 18 Nov 2011

    Speaking after talks in Berlin, David Cameron concedes the UK and Germany do not agree on every aspect of European policy, while Angela Merkel stresses that both countries “need each other”.

  • 18 Nov 2011

    More than 300 people have been arrested across the US as the Occupy movement against corporate greed marked two months of protests with a national day of action.

  • 4 Nov 2011

    As the G-Nothing flops, is Greece still in charge of its own sunshine?

    Does it matter who is PM of Greece? The astonishing example of Greece’s Project Helios shows just how sovereignty transfer works in a crisis.

  • 4 Nov 2011

    Cameron: G20 ‘progress’ (but prepare for possible economic freeze)

    When your PM comes away from a summit intended to sort out problems talking about “contingency planning” for some kind of Eurozone disaster you get the impression things didn’t go too well. Political editor Gary Gibbon reports from the G20 in Cannes

  • 4 Nov 2011

    G20 – no big numbers agreed at Cannes

    What of that big new boost to the firepower of the IMF that Britain was pushing for? It looks like The G20 managed to agree that finance ministers would have more meetings to think about it. Political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Cannes.

  • 4 Nov 2011

    After being forced to abandon plans for a referendum on the EU bailout fund, George Papandreou will learn if his government has the backing of the Greek parliament.

  • 4 Nov 2011

    G20 leaders agree to boost the resources of the IMF, but fail to agree on how to pull the eurozone back from the brink, as the Greek prime minister faces a crucial vote.

  • 2 Nov 2011

    Greece and a very exclusive club

    The die appears cast: somehow the Greek people are going to get a say on all this – either through a referendum or an election – and they will pronounce on whether they want to live more like the Germans or not.

  • 31 Oct 2011

    As leading organisations warn problems in the global economy could lead to international unrest, Gary Gibbon reports on the latest setback in the eurozone crisis – a Greek referendum on the bailout.

  • 26 Oct 2011

    As St Paul’s Cathedral announce it is “optimistic that it will reopen”, the MP for the City of London tells Channel 4 News he believes the initial decision to close it was ‘spurious’.

  • 17 Oct 2011

    Simon Harwood, the Scotland Yard officer accused of killing newspaper vendor Ian Tomlinson at the G20 protests in 2009, denies charges of manslaughter.

  • 15 Oct 2011

    Europe set for biggest bailout in world history

    A day of riot and recapitalisation in this eurozone crisis. That’s the view from the G20 finance meeting in Paris. Protests against banks, in a week that I believe will end with the biggest bailout in world history, of the single currency, and also of the Eurozone’s banks.

  • 15 Oct 2011

    George Osborne tells Channel 4 News that building the resources of the IMF should not substitute the eurozone building their own bailout funds, as Europe comes under pressure at the G20 in Paris.

  • 3 Oct 2011

    Stock markets around the world drop as indebted Greece says it will miss its deficit reduction target.