• 8 Jun 2018

    A cache of emails, obtained by Channel 4 News, reveals how Kensington and Chelsea council struggled to cope with the crisis in the days following Grenfell fire.

  • 7 Jun 2018

    From bullying to isolation – for young people who are coming to terms with their gender and sexuality – life can become a struggle to find acceptance without judgement. There’s a wider debate about proposed changes to the law which would allow people to change their legal gender, without a doctor’s medical diagnosis – but there’s a more fundamental need…

  • 6 Jun 2018

    The markets have calmed down after last week mainly because the new government has shelved some of its more outlandish economic programmes, like getting the ECB to write off 250 billion euros of debt or indeed sneaking Italy out of the euro. Remember, Italy isn’t just Europe’s fourth largest economy, it is a founding member…

  • 6 Jun 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…

  • 5 Jun 2018

    “Betrayal of the treacherous is loyalty in the eyes of God. I betrayed a bunch of criminals, it’s as simple as that” – the words of one of MI6’s most important spies in the war on terror, Aimen Dean. He worked with Al Qaeda’s master bombmaker in a training camp in Afghanistan in the nineties.…

  • 5 Jun 2018

    The Indian politician and author Shashi Tharoor summoned by a Delhi Court on charges of abetting his wife’s alleged suicide, has dismissed the accusation as “preposterous”. In an interview with Channel 4 News to promote his new book, he says he is able to keep working through it all because “It helps to have a clear…

  • 5 Jun 2018

    Cabinet ministers approve new Heathrow runway plan – but the vote could be complicated

    Looking back through the Commons archive on Heathrow expansion is a bracing experience. Alistair Darling at the Transport Department in 2003 warns that future generations won’t forgive governments “10 or 20 years from now” if they haven’t acted on airport expansion. Ministers like Philip Hammond complain about the damage to local communities if Heathrow is expanded. On and on it goes. Today was…

  • 1 Jun 2018

    There has been a drastic drop in those crossing to Italian shores, with 13,430 people arriving this year. That’s just 20 per cent of last year’s figure. But for those who continue to make the journey from Libya to Italy, the route remains is treacherous. We have gained exclusive access to a rescue boat off…

  • 30 May 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…

  • 30 May 2018

    Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano has now claimed more than 70 homes, and belched tens of thousands of tonnes of ash and noxious fumes into the air. Every night, it puts on a spectacular – and terrifying – show with powerful fountains of lava lighting up the sky.  After weeks of eruptions and lava flows, there are increased worries…

  • 29 May 2018

      Share prices across Europe have slumped over the latest political turmoil in Italy – with more elections expected within months. Attempts by the populist Five Star and League parties to form a governing coalition collapsed after the Italian president rejected the choice of a leading euro-sceptic as economy minister. The technocrat Carlo Cottarelli has…

  • 29 May 2018

      “You have turned it into a death Camp” – the United Nations verdict on the Syrian government. For five years Syrian, Russian and Iranian forces besieged and bombarded Yarmouk, the largest Palestinian camp in Syria. The assault was designed to drive out militant Islamic State fighters holding onto what was to become the last…

  • 25 May 2018

    50 years on from the revolutionary days of May 1968, we talk to one of the most famous figureheads of that time, Angela Davis: former Black Panther, member of the Communist party and activist who is still fighting for racial, gender and economic equality.

  • 24 May 2018

    Prime Minister conducts some delicate diplomacy with her own party

    After a meeting with pro-Remain MPs threatening to rebel and defeat the government over Brexit, Mrs May met with pro-Brexit MPs also threatening to rebel and defeat the government over Brexit. Mrs May has to calculate which side really means it and which side she is more in agreement with. She must then discover whether…

  • 22 May 2018

    There has been a huge display of unity today across Manchester to support those who were injured or lost loved ones. But there are still serious questions about what happened that night and the immediate response, including from one man who was seriously hurt in the explosion. Martin Hibbert wants to know why the suicide…