• 7 Feb 2018

    There have been calls for new laws to tackle online abuse. But legislation already rules against everything from threats to harassment and grossly offensive messages. So is the problem in policing, rather than the law?

  • 5 Feb 2018

    Ministers to discuss Brexit customs arrangement

    So what is it that Cabinet Ministers are going to be asked to sign up to this week on Brexit?

  • 4 Feb 2018

    The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has hit back at Conservative Brexiteers saying she had a “surprise” for them – claiming ministers were more united than critics realised. But Eurosceptics are warning that any deal which keeps Britian inside a customs union would be unacceptable.

  • 4 Feb 2018

    Former head of the Civil Service, Lord Butler, speaks to Channel 4 News about recent criticisms of the service over its handling of Brexit.

  • 4 Feb 2018

    A government review has recommended axing up to two thousand Royal Marines. But MPs have warned that making the cuts would be “militarily illiterate”. We speak to the former head of the Army, General Lord Dannett.

  • 3 Feb 2018

    The Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has criticised Treasury officials again, this time accusing them of fiddling the figures on Brexit to keep Britain in the single market.

  • 3 Feb 2018

    A Conservative-run council is banning all new expenditure apart from services which safeguard vulnerable people. The leader of Northamptonshire county council said she’d warned ministers they were “about to fall over the edge of a cliff”.

  • 3 Feb 2018

    New figures show the mortality rate has fallen by 10% between 2010 and 2015. The high profile breast cancer campaign has meant more women are able to recognise the symptoms and get an early diagnosis. But some other cancers have seen no such improvement.

  • 3 Feb 2018

    Yorkshire has been welcomed into a world league for repressed minorities, independent nations and stateless people. A league that includes the Rohingya, Tibet and Darfur.

  • 2 Feb 2018

    The number of council houses which have been sold into private hands has shot up five fold over the last six years, according to new figures, thanks to £3.5bn in public money to help tenants buy their homes at a discount. Councils warned that the government’s right to buy scheme has become unsustainable, without more…

  • 2 Feb 2018

    Same-sex couples in England and Wales can either choose to get married or enter a civil partnership in England and Wales. But heterosexual couples don’t have that choice: tying the knot is the only option. Now the government has suggested civil partnerships could be scrapped altogether, after an attempt by a Conservative MP to equalise…

  • 2 Feb 2018

    From the easily accessible online material which lured in the Finsbury Park killer, to the dangers posed by predators, the world of social media is changing so rapidly. It’s leaving government and regulators struggling to catch up. Today a leading children’s charity criticised ministers for failing to carry out half of its recommendations to improve…

  • 2 Feb 2018

    The turmoil over Brexit has been happening while Theresa May was on a three-day trade visit to China.

  • 2 Feb 2018

    The government minister Steve Baker was today forced to apologise in the House of Commons for appearing to suggest that some civil servants were conspiring against Brexit. The Brexit minister faced calls for his resignation yesterday after he failed to dismiss an assertion by arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg that Treasury officials were trying to keep Britain…

  • 1 Feb 2018

    The police have apologised after a bone fragment belonging to a victim of the Grenfell fire was found in a washing machine, when police sent his clothes for cleaning. The family of Mohamed Saber Neda who jumped from the tower block, has told Channel 4 News how they believed they’d already laid him to rest, but have had to…