• 24 Apr 2018

    At the same time as the Windrush generation’s disenfranchisement, Britain is making a nursing recruitment drive in the Caribbean to help alleviate the one in 10 nurses who left the NHS in England and Wales – but at what cost?

  • 24 Apr 2018

    For six weeks Cambridge Analytica has been at the centre of a global political storm over how data was harvested from millions of Facebook users. Today for the first time since the scandal broke they allowed questions from the press, two hours after an academic at the centre of the data scandal gave evidence to…

  • 24 Apr 2018

    President Trump had a stark warning for Iran today – saying it will have ‘bigger problems than it’s ever had before’ if it restarts its nuclear program He made those comments during a visit by President Emmanuel Macron of France to the White House.

  • 24 Apr 2018

    It’s not just the older immigrants from the Caribbean who have been caught up in this Windrush scandal. Some of their children and grandchildren have found themselves denied British citizenship too. In a different context Theresa May once lambasted people she called the ‘citizens of nowhere’, but has she in effect created such citizens of…

  • 24 Apr 2018

    As we’ve seen Britain’s relationship with migration has often been a troubled one. This is how we went from open arms for commonwealth migrants to targets in the tens of thousands and a “hostile environment.”

  • 24 Apr 2018

    Media reports claimed a “government analysis” had linked specific Twitter accounts to the Kremlin – and highlighted two “bot” accounts in particular. But people who run these accounts have both denied it, and even appeared on camera to prove they are real people. So what’s caused the confusion?

  • 24 Apr 2018

    ‘Painless’ procedure for EU citizens in UK using app – but only if you have an Android phone

    The presentation that followed included a walkthrough of the app which the government hopes will make registering a wish to stay in the UK a straightforward and painless experience for EU citizens. It is an Android app and so not compatible with Apple technology. I’m told the officials said that if you only have an iPhone you could borrow another device from a friend.

  • 23 Apr 2018

    The Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan has resigned after days of anti-government protests. The suprise move sent people pouring out on to the streets of the capital Yerevan, many cheering and embracing each other in celebration. The protesters had accused him of trying to extend his grip on power under new laws which would have…

  • 23 Apr 2018

    The High Commissioner for Barbados, Guy Hewitt, who met Home Secretary Amber Rudd and immigration staff, Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, and Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng discuss the Windrush controversy.

  • 23 Apr 2018

    A new raft of measures has been announced by the government, which it claims will allow people from the Windrush generation to get their UK citizenship at no extra cost. But what about the toll the scandal has already taken on the families affected, like Trevor and Desmond Johnson, who arrived as boys from Jamaica…

  • 23 Apr 2018

    Tory Brexit truce falters

    The message from some Brexiteers is that Mrs May shouldn’t assume their support in all circumstances. They have the numbers to bring down the government, the argument runs, and they would do just that if they thought Brexit was being watered down beyond recognition.

  • 22 Apr 2018

    Channel 4 News correspondent Symeon Brown reports from Jamaica.

  • 21 Apr 2018

    Armenia’s prime minister has called for talks with opposition leaders – in an effort to end days of often violent anti government protests. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets again today in the capital Yerevan – opposing what they say is Serzh Sarkisian’s attempt to maintain his grip on power – even though his…

  • 21 Apr 2018

    President Trump has welcomed a decision by the North Korean leader to suspend all missile tests and shut down a nuclear test site. The announcement comes as Kim Jong-Un prepares for historic talks with South Korea and the United States. Both countries have been pushing Pyongyang to denuclearise – but this development doesn’t go far…

  • 20 Apr 2018

    President Assad’s government has been accused of launching a chemical weapons attack on the Syrian town of Douma. But Russia claims the attack was faked by Britain and anti-Assad rebels. FactCheck examines the evidence.