• Published on 2 Dec 2016 Sections Politics, UK

    Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary, Diane Abbott, and the Conservative chairman of the foreign affairs select committee, Crispin Blunt, who supported Brexit.

  • Published on 2 Dec 2016 Sections Politics, UK

    Comedian and journalist Ava Vidal, who wants the UK to remain in Europe, baby Mimi, whose political views are unknown, and Ella Whelan, the assistant editor of Spiked, who wants us to get on with Brexit..

  • Published on 2 Dec 2016 Sections Politics, United States

    Donald Trump last night kicked off what he is calling his “thank you tour” – taking a bow following his victory in the election.

  • Published on 2 Dec 2016 Sections Syria

    After another week of hell in Aleppo, the last 24 hours has seen a lull in the fighting and bombing. It’s given US and Russian diplomats a chance to come together for talks at a summit in Rome.

  • Published on 2 Dec 2016 Sections

    Zac sacked – Goldsmith defeated in Richmond by a novice Liberal Democrat in a Brexit backlash.

  • Published on 1 Dec 2016 Sections UK

    Last week, the celebrated British photographer David Hamilton was found dead in ┬áParis, after taking his own life. A well known French broadcaster had publicly accused him of raping her when she was just 13. And that ┬áprompted many of Hamilton’s former models to allege that his crimes stretched back forty years.

  • Published on 1 Dec 2016 Sections Politics

    The French Socialist president, Francois Hollande, has made a shock announcement that he will not seek a second mandate. Despite overseeing a slight dip in unemployment, his approval ratings have been among the lowest of any post-war Presidency and his attempts to reform France’s economy have been met with strike upon strike.

  • Published on 1 Dec 2016 Sections Politics

    In Syria, the exodus of civilians from the besieged eastern side of the Syrian city of Aleppo continues. The United Nations now says that more than 30 thousand people – mostly women and children – have fled the area. But there are increasing reports that men of fighting age among the evacuees are being detained…

  • Published on 1 Dec 2016 Sections Syria

    For a year, Waad al-Kateab has exposed the horrors of Aleppo. Now she is trapped there. We can only hope Syrian forces treat her and her fellow citizens properly, writes Channel 4 News Editor Ben De Pear.

  • Published on 30 Nov 2016 Sections Cuba, United States

    To Cuba now, where the funeral cortege carrying the ashes of the island’s former president, Fidel Castro, has set off on a four-day journey from Havana to the south-eastern city of Santiago, where he proclaimed the success of his revolution in 1959 and where his funeral will take place on Sunday.

  • Published on 30 Nov 2016 Sections United States

    The President-elect’s nominees for his administration’s highest economic posts have wasted no time in setting out their plans to overhaul existing trade deals. Those comments came as Mr Trump acknowledged concerns over a conflict of interest between his presidency and his business empire, tweeting that he’ll leave his company.

  • Published on 30 Nov 2016 Sections Syria

    Rescue workers claim that at least another 45 people have been killed today as the bombardment of east Aleppo by regime forces intensified. With the United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss their plight, around 50,000 people are now reported to have fled their homes in the east of the city in the last 72…

  • Published on 30 Nov 2016 Sections Syria

    Interview with Fares Shehabi, the pro-regime MP for Aleppo.

  • Published on 29 Nov 2016 Sections Politics, United States

    Donald Trump has been appointing more people to his top White House team, promising a “busy day” of meetings with more potential Cabinet picks. But behind the scenes, members of his own family are among his most trusted advisers, including daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner.

  • Published on 29 Nov 2016 Sections Politics

    Brazil has begun three days of national mourning after a charter plane carrying one of its top football teams crashed into the Colombian mountains, killing 75 people on board and leaving six survivors.