• 12 Dec 2018

    Watch Channel 4 News live at noon here. We will be live streaming a special extended programme at 12pm, including PMQs, as Theresa May faces a confidence vote tonight by the Conservative Party.

  • 10 Dec 2018

    Vote postponed – 100% is the new 50%

    Time and again the Prime Minister told MPs and the nation on her tour that she’d got the best deal available and that she was, as instructed, getting on with it. But it turns out the deal is improvable through additional talks and the government is not getting on with it at the pace announced.

  • 7 Dec 2018

    Debates on the Brexit withdrawal agreement have begun and with the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal on the horizon, this week’s podcast asks what Brexit will mean for party politics and much else besides. I talk to pro-Leave professor, Robert Tombs, who has a rather calm outlook on where we’re heading. Listen and subscribe to…

  • 7 Dec 2018

    Damon Albarn had made his name as a political musician – as the frontman for Blur, Gorillaz and The Good, The Bad and The Queen – he was vocally opposed to the Iraq War and now, is entirely frustrated by Brexit. He talks to me backstage before his gig in Hackney about how politics and music…

  • 6 Dec 2018

    Staff complained of being overworked and understaffed – with some pointing to Brexit as a contributing factor.

  • 5 Dec 2018

    A woman who claims she was abused by a vicar has told Channel 4 News she was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) – before she was allowed to read an official review accusing the Church of England of mismanaging her complaints.

  • 4 Dec 2018

    The most important moment in Brexit proceedings in Parliament today was not the contempt debate that grinding its way through the Commons but a business motion amendment that happened just afterwards. At times, the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox looked overwhelmed with emotion as he listened to colleagues giving character references that might spring him from…

  • 28 Nov 2018

    David Lammy won his seat as the Labour MP for Tottenham in 2000 and since then, has become famous for his moving political speeches surrounding the Grenfell Tower disaster, the Windrush scandal and London’s growing knife crime problem. He talks to me about what drives his passion for social justice, where he thinks Brexit will take the nation and how…

  • 27 Nov 2018

    Welcome back to the Caer Beris Manor Hotel in Builth Wells in mid-Wales, the town where the Prime Minister came earlier to visit the Royal Welsh Winter Fair.

  • 26 Nov 2018

    In search of Brexit Plan B

    Back from Brussels to Westminster and just about every Tory you talk to is trying to look through the deal itself to work out what follows defeat. Theresa May at the press conference in Brussels yesterday, and again in the Commons today, said that defeat would bring “division and uncertainty.” A lot of MPs are…

  • 23 Nov 2018

    Lea DeLaria broke new ground when she became one of the first openly queer stand-up comedians to grace the US stage. She now plays ‘Big Boo’ in Netflix hit Orange is the New Black and tours the world singing jazz. She talks to me about why she thinks Donald Trump is a fascist, how the…

  • 23 Nov 2018

    In the week we finally saw the declaration on the future relationship with the European Union – we look at what that document tells us and what the relations with the EU might look like.

  • 16 Nov 2018

    From Sense and Sensibility to The Crown, actor Greg Wise has made regular appearances on our screens. He’s also well-known as the husband of Dame Emma Thompson. Recently he put work on hold to be the primary carer for his sister Clare who was dying of cancer. He talks to me about loss, love and why we should be talking…

  • 16 Nov 2018

    Can Britain still slam the brakes on Brexit?

    Could Article 50 be revoked unilaterally by the UK government without having to ask for the EU’s permission?

  • 15 Nov 2018

    Amid resignations and a potential vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister, where next for Westminster? What are the chances of getting Theresa May’s Brexit deal through Parliament and what could happen if it doesn’t? A second referendum? A general election? A renegotiation? No deal? Political scientist Professor Philip Cowley and UK correspondent to German newspaper Die Welt Stefanie…