Channel 4 News

  • Next on TV: Wed 20 Mar, 7pm

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

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    Tue 19 Mar, 7pm

    Including the latest from Westminster as the battle over Brexit heats up. Meanwhile, Cyclone Idai leaves behind destruction and fears of enormous loss of life in southern Africa.

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  • First shown: Mon 18 Mar 2019

    A constitutional crisis: the Speaker warns he may block another vote on Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal deal. And the Dutch city of Utrecht is in lock-down after three people are shot dead.

  • First shown: Sun 17 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather

  • First shown: Sat 16 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather

  • First shown: Fri 15 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News reports from New Zealand, where a terror attack on two mosques has left 49 people dead. We examine the growing threat of far-right terrorism, and the role of social media.

  • First shown: Thu 14 Mar 2019

    We report from Westminster, with reaction to the latest Commons votes on Brexit. And a former British paratrooper will be prosecuted for two murders and four attempted murders on Bloody Sunday.

  • First shown: Wed 13 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News reports from Westminster as MPs make more key Brexit decisions. They could vote to rule out leaving the EU without a deal and to delay the date of departure beyond 29 March.

  • First shown: Tue 12 Mar 2019

    A special programme on Brexit judgement day, as MPs vote on the PM's withdrawal agreement. But can Brexit survive if hard-line Brexiteer MPs and the DUP don't back Mrs May? And can she stay as PM?

  • First shown: Mon 11 Mar 2019

    Theresa May travels to Strasbourg to try to finalise an agreement with the EU that can win over MPs in time for Tuesday's crucial Brexit vote. Jon Snow reports from Westminster.

  • First shown: Sun 10 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 9 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather

  • First shown: Fri 8 Mar 2019

    An investigation into Arron Banks' Leave.EU group appears to show he ignored the suspension of campaigning after the murder of MP Jo Cox and gave undeclared funding to Labour's Eurosceptic movement

  • First shown: Thu 7 Mar 2019

    Northern Ireland secretary Karen Bradley apologises for saying killings by the army during the Troubles were 'not crimes'. A decision on Bloody Sunday massacre prosecutions is due next week.

  • First shown: Wed 6 Mar 2019

    The backlash grows against Theresa May for denying a link between police numbers and violent crime. Plus: the second part of an investigation into Brexit backer Arron Banks.

  • First shown: Tue 5 Mar 2019

    An exclusive investigation into Arron Banks reveals the document that proves that Banks and his associates tried to cut a gold deal brought to them by a Kremlin-connected oligarch

  • First shown: Mon 4 Mar 2019

    Theresa May says there's no link between police cuts and the rise in knife crime. We report from across the country after another weekend of violence.

  • First shown: Sun 3 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 2 Mar 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 1 Mar 2019

    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is in more hot water as the Government pays out £33 million to Eurotunnel over his handling of ferry contracts

  • First shown: Thu 28 Feb 2019

    Donald Trump says: 'Sometimes you have to walk.' He leaves his summit with Kim Jong-un without a deal, as Kim asks for all sanctions to be dropped.

  • First shown: Wed 27 Feb 2019

    Tension between nuclear powers India and Pakistan escalates again. Plus: President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen tells a Congressional hearing Trump is a 'racist, a conman and a cheat'.

  • First shown: Tue 26 Feb 2019

    The PM heads off a cabinet rebellion by promising MPs a vote on delaying Brexit. But is it what voters want? Plus: Pakistan vows to retaliate after India carries out airstrikes in its territory.

  • First shown: Mon 25 Feb 2019

    The PM insists leaving the EU with a deal on March 29 is 'within our grasp'. And Olivia Colman wins the Best Actress Oscar, on a night when rows over race in the US weren't far from the surface.

  • First shown: Sun 24 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 23 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 22 Feb 2019

    A ninth labour MP quits, with rumours of more to follow. Ian Austin said he'd become ashamed of the party under Jeremy Corbyn, but he won't be joining the breakaway Independent Group.

  • First shown: Thu 21 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Wed 20 Feb 2019

    Three Conservative MPs quit the party to join the breakaway Independent Group. The Prime Minister is back in Brussels, but have today's events weakened her hand?

  • First shown: Tue 19 Feb 2019

    C4 News is in Swindon for reaction to Honda's announcement that it will be closing its factory there. 3,500 jobs will go, but the firm says it's nothing to do with Brexit.

  • First shown: Mon 18 Feb 2019

    The biggest political split since 1981: seven Labour MPs leave the party. And up to 3500 jobs could go amid reports that Honda is planning to shut its plant in Swindon by 2022.

  • First shown: Sun 17 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 16 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 15 Feb 2019

    Donald Trump declares a national emergency to raise money for his Mexican border wall. Democrats call it a 'gross abuse of power' and could take a legal challenge all the way to the Supreme Court.

  • First shown: Thu 14 Feb 2019

    The PM loses another vote on her strategy for leaving the EU, as her Brexiteer MPs abstain. And should the British teen who joined Isis as a schoolgirl be treated as a grooming victim or terrorist?

  • First shown: Wed 13 Feb 2019

    Hardline Tories might not support the latest government motion on Brexit because it doesn't keep a no-deal option on the table. Will another defeat undermine Theresa May in Brussels?

  • First shown: Tue 12 Feb 2019

    As the Brexit clock ticks down, the PM tells MPs to hold their nerve and support her deal. Plus: England cricket captain Joe Root says gay shouldn't be used as an insult - a defining moment for sport?

  • First shown: Mon 11 Feb 2019

    We report from Venezuela and Colombia, where humanitarian aid shipments have been blockaded for days. Back home, is Brexit uncertainty to blame for the weakest economic growth since 2012?

  • First shown: Sun 10 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 9 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 8 Feb 2019

    Amazon's billionaire boss accuses a US tabloid of trying to blackmail him. And, in Spain, we meet ex-pat Brits wondering what the future holds if there's a no-deal Brexit.

  • First shown: Thu 7 Feb 2019

    The PM insists she'll deliver Brexit on time, while Donald Tusk says there's 'still no breakthrough in sight'. Meanwhile, the Bank of England governor warns about the mounting risk of recession.

  • First shown: Wed 6 Feb 2019

    European Council president Donald Tusk predicts 'a special place in hell' for those who promoted Brexit without any plan for how to deliver it safely. We have all the reaction.

  • First shown: Tue 5 Feb 2019

    The PM tries to reassure the people of Northern Ireland that there will be no return to a hard border with the Republic. But can she deliver without parliamentary support for a deal?

  • First shown: Mon 4 Feb 2019

    We report from Venezuela, where the embattled president Nicolas Maduro remains defiant, as more western countries recognise his rival as interim leader instead

  • First shown: Sun 3 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 2 Feb 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 1 Feb 2019

    Including: the UK's wintry weather; a special report from Sudan on the women on the front line of anti-government protests; and we pay tribute to comedian Jeremy Hardy, who has died

  • First shown: Thu 31 Jan 2019

    The number of rough sleepers has gone up in almost every major city across England, even though the overall number has dipped

  • First shown: Wed 30 Jan 2019

    Theresa May meets Jeremy Corbyn to discuss the way ahead on Brexit, in talks described as serious and engaged. But Europe warns that the withdrawal agreement will not be re-negotiated.

  • First shown: Tue 29 Jan 2019

    Coverage of crucial votes that will determine the course of Brexit, as MPs vote on the Northern Ireland backstop; on delaying Brexit; and on ruling out no-deal

  • First shown: Mon 28 Jan 2019

    Waitrose, Sainsbury's, McDonald's and others warn of food shortages and price rises in the event of a no-deal Brexit

  • First shown: Sun 27 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 26 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 25 Jan 2019

    Donald Trump's former advisor Roger Stone is arrested before dawn by the FBI on seven charges including witness tampering and false statements related to the Russia investigation

  • First shown: Thu 24 Jan 2019

    Alex Salmond is charged with two counts of attempted rape, nine counts of sexual assault and two counts of indecent assault. Scotland's former first minister says he is 'innocent of any criminality'.

  • First shown: Wed 23 Jan 2019

    We're looking for answers on everything from Brexit to trade tensions at the Davos economic summit. And rescuers say there's no hope of finding footballer Emiliano Sala alive.

  • First shown: Tue 22 Jan 2019

    Including a report from Zimbabwe as the president returns, promising to crush demonstrations and deal with the deadly response from his security forces. Plus the latest on Brexit.

  • First shown: Mon 21 Jan 2019

    The PM spells out her Plan B for unblocking Brexit, involving trade negotiations, workers' rights, the environment and the backstop. And she emphatically rules out a second referendum.

  • First shown: Sun 20 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 19 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 18 Jan 2019

    Boris Johnson makes a thinly veiled Tory leadership bid as he sets out his vision for Britain. Plus: milky tea, panto... what Germans like about Britain.

  • First shown: Thu 17 Jan 2019

    The PM attempts to break the Brexit deadlock. And four million children in the UK are in families struggling to put food on the table; we meet two young people demanding action from MPs.

  • First shown: Wed 16 Jan 2019

    Including reaction to the results of the no confidence vote, from MPs on all sides. And the big question: what happens next?

  • First shown: Tue 15 Jan 2019

    The second half of Tuesday 15 January's special extended News, as MPs finally vote on the PM's Brexit withdrawal agreement. What next for our relationship with the EU, and for the government?

  • First shown: Tue 15 Jan 2019

    The first half of Tuesday 15 January's special extended Channel 4 News, as MPs finally vote on the PM's Brexit withdrawal agreement. What next for our relationship with the EU, and for the government?

  • First shown: Mon 14 Jan 2019

    Theresa May uses a letter from the EU to try to win around Brexiteer MPs before Tuesday's crucial vote on her withdrawal agreement

  • First shown: Sun 13 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 12 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 11 Jan 2019

    The future of a planned new nuclear power station in north Wales is in doubt, following reports that negotiations between the government and the Japanese giant Hitachi have hit an impasse

  • First shown: Thu 10 Jan 2019

    We're in Leeds with an audience of young people who were too young to vote in the Brexit referendum. Polling shows most of them want a new vote and 87% of 18 to 20-year-olds back Remain.

  • First shown: Wed 9 Jan 2019

    MPs deal the PM another Brexit defeat: if she loses next Tuesday's vote she'll have to provide a plan B within three days. And we report from east London after a 14-year-old boy is stabbed to death.

  • First shown: Tue 8 Jan 2019

    Ministers use 2019's first cabinet meeting to spell out the dangers of a no-deal Brexit. Police promise to deal 'robustly' with pro-leave protesters who barrack MPs outside Parliament.

  • First shown: Mon 7 Jan 2019

    The PM says she'll fight for more assurances from the EU, ahead of next week's Commons vote on her withdrawal agreement. Plus: Kevin Spacey in court charged with sexually assaulting a teenage barman.

  • First shown: Sun 6 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sat 5 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Fri 4 Jan 2019

    Dredging work continues in Ramsgate in case there's a no-deal Brexit. And is being glued to a screen really bad for children? Perhaps not, say paediatricians, as long as they have a balanced life.

  • First shown: Thu 3 Jan 2019

    With two men arrested on suspicion of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the Channel, an Iranian man who came across last month explains why he risked his life to get here

  • First shown: Wed 2 Jan 2019

    Home secretary Sajid Javid questions whether migrants crossing the English Channel on dinghies are genuinely seeking asylum, as critics accuse him of whipping up anti-refugee sentiment

  • First shown: Tue 1 Jan 2019

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

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