• 16 Jul 2018

    The world’s two disrupters-in-chief started the day trying to out-disrupt each other – President Putin’s opening gambit, arriving an hour late, leaving President Trump twiddling his famously small thumbs. But at their joint press conference it was all talk of co-operation and understanding, President Trump criticising not Russian interference in the US elections, but the…

  • 16 Jul 2018

    Brexit-supporting Conservative backbenchers have forced the government to accept a series of amendments to its cross-border trade bill that appear to significantly alter the Brexit deal struck by the cabinet at Chequers. Theresa May claimed the Chequers agreement had not been changed, but the climbdown has prompted a furious row across Conservative benches. Tory Remainers…

  • 16 Jul 2018

    May’s whips negotiate humiliating climb-down to head off pro-Brexit rebellion

    She is a Prime Minister on the ropes, humiliated by departing Cabinet Ministers and by the US President, struggling to get her EU strategy passed by her party. But Theresa May stood up to give a statement to the Commons this afternoon to near silence from her own back-benches. Later on in the afternoon, by…

  • 15 Jul 2018

    Donald Trump has left Scotland after four eventful days in the UK. This morning he described the EU as the foe of the United States. And there was also just time this morning – as the President was on the golf course, for Theresa May to get in in a dig of her own on…

  • 14 Jul 2018

    After three days of anti-Trump demonstrations, the US President has finally seen some protesters in the UK. They were shouting from the perimeter of his Ayrshire golf complex as he played a round of golf. Thousands more demonstrated against him on Edinburgh’s streets. Meanwhile, the police are investigating how a paragliding protester got so close…

  • 12 Jul 2018

    Mr Trump described the UK as “a pretty hot spot right now with a lot of resignations.” But despite all the mass protests planned for his visit he declared “people like me there.” We analyse his visit, trade, the special relationship and witness the pomp and ceremony.

  • 11 Jul 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…

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Four more boys have been rescued from the flooded cave in Northern Thailand, leaving just four still trapped inside along with their football coach. The boys were taken straight to hospital by ambulance and helicopter – and were said to be “cold, but OK”. The mission to bring the others to the surface will resume…

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Boris Johnson quits; MPs expected to demand no confidence vote

    Boris Johnson following David Davis out the door gives those Tory Brexiteers who want to storm the Downing Street barricades all the spur to action they need. Mr Johnson took a while to make his mind up, arguably many months. It’s not the most dignified resignation perhaps, waiting for Mr Davis to take the lead…

  • 9 Jul 2018

    No 10 to brief opposition parties on Brexit

    Some of those close to David Davis who were urging him to resign over the new direction of Brexit policy were in no doubt what they thought the point of such a resignation would be. “She’s got to go,” one of them told me last week. The same Davis ally thought the hard line Brexiteers…

  • 8 Jul 2018

    Four schoolboys have been rescued from the flooded cave in northern Thailand. We are at the scene in Mae Sai.

  • 6 Jul 2018

    A baby born today will experience a National Health Service beyond the imagination of those who set it up. So what does the future hold for this national institution? Our Health and Social Care correspondent, Victoria MacDonald, reports.

  • 4 Jul 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…

  • 2 Jul 2018

    Twelve boys and their football coach have been found alive after nine days missing in flooded caves in Thailand. This was after a full-scale search in the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai. They were found by naval special forces. Now they will have to be rescued – a task made much difficult with rising…

  • 30 Jun 2018

    Why the hospital doctor makes films about working in A&E

    There is nothing more focusing of the mind than caring for a sick patient who arrives in your A&E. For those first few moments, standing by the bedside, you enter the patient zone, where everything outside it becomes a blur, writes Saleyha Ahsan.