Channel 4 News

  • First shown: Mon 1 Jan 2018

    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: Tue 2 Jan 2018

    Iran's supreme leader blames the country's enemies for stirring up the protests that have claimed more than 20 lives. Plus train fare rises, and Hollywood stars' sexual harassment campaign.

  • First shown: Wed 3 Jan 2018

    As ever more hospitals are put on high alert, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt apologises to all the NHS patients whose operations have been cancelled to ease the pressure on the system

  • First shown: Thu 4 Jan 2018

    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 5 Jan 2018

    MPs summon the parole board chair to explain the decision to release the serial sex attacker John Worboys. Michael Wolff defends his explosive book about Trump's White House.

  • First shown: Sat 6 Jan 2018

    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: Sun 7 Jan 2018

    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: Mon 8 Jan 2018

    Theresa May reshuffles her Cabinet. And we talk to the rapper Professor Green about white working class men and why the education system is leaving them behind.

  • First shown: Tue 9 Jan 2018

    Theresa May's reshuffle continues. And, in high-level talks, North Korea announces that it will send a delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

  • First shown: Wed 10 Jan 2018

    As the NHS endures a winter crisis, a specialist hospital warns its level of cancer care is 'unsustainable'. And is President Trump shifting to the political mainstream? We report from Pennsylvania.

  • First shown: Thu 11 Jan 2018

    Waiting times in accident and emergency wards are hitting their highest levels on record and thousands have been left for more an hour in ambulances as the NHS hospital crisis deepens

  • First shown: Fri 12 Jan 2018

    Hate-filled, vile and racist: that's how a Democrat Senator describes President Trump's remarks referring to Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as 'shitholes'

  • First shown: Sat 13 Jan 2018

    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: Sun 14 Jan 2018

    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: Mon 15 Jan 2018

    What went wrong at construction giant Carillion, which has gone into liquidation, threatening thousands of jobs? And what's the future for public-private partnerships? Plus: we talk to Michael Wolff.

  • First shown: Tue 16 Jan 2018

    The collapsed construction firm Carillion faces a wider investigation into whether bosses caused its collapse, amid uncertainty for up to 30,000 small businesses which are still owed cash

  • First shown: Wed 17 Jan 2018

    There's hope for Carillion's workers as the Insolvency Service says most staff working in the private sector could keep their jobs. But there'll be no more bonuses for former directors.

  • First shown: Thu 18 Jan 2018

    The UK government promises to spend an extra £44 million to improve Channel border security, as Emmanuel Macron arrives in the UK for his first summit since becoming French president

  • First shown: Fri 19 Jan 2018

    A shocking report describes Liverpool Prison as a dangerous and run-down place full of rats and cockroaches and rife with drugs and self-harm

  • First shown: Sat 20 Jan 2018

    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: Sun 21 Jan 2018

    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: Mon 22 Jan 2018

    Army chief Sir Nick Carter says Russia is building up an aggressive force and 'we cannot afford to sit back'. Plus: former football star George Weah is sworn in as Liberia's president.

  • First shown: Tue 23 Jan 2018

    Mrs May rebukes Boris Johnson for saying he would call for extra NHS funding after Brexit. She says discussions should remain private. Plus a tribute to South African jazz legend Hugh Masekela.

  • First shown: Wed 24 Jan 2018

    Following public outrage, one of the organisers of a men-only fundraiser where guests allegedly groped female hostesses steps down from a non-executive role on a government apprenticeship board

  • First shown: Thu 25 Jan 2018

    Including an exclusive report on the EU's negotiating guidelines for the Brexit transition period. Plus: people across Russia stage raunchy videos in an extraordinary protest against the authorities.

  • First shown: Fri 26 Jan 2018

    Donald Trump tells the Davos economic forum that America is open for business. So far he's met a mixed response. Plus: Nutella riots in France.

  • First shown: Sat 27 Jan 2018

    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: Sun 28 Jan 2018

    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: Mon 29 Jan 2018

    Knife crime figures reveal the devastating numbers of Afro-Caribbean boys killed in London. Conservative backbenchers warn the PM that time is running out, amid speculation of a vote of no confidence.

  • First shown: Tue 30 Jan 2018

    Darren Osborne, the man accused of using a van to mow down Muslim worshippers near a London mosque and killing a 51-year-old man, gives evidence for the first time and says he wasn't behind the wheel

  • First shown: Wed 31 Jan 2018

    Is Theresa May's trade visit to China too little, too late? And, with some backbenchers plotting to oust her, can she dedicate enough attention to boosting UK trade?

  • First shown: Thu 1 Feb 2018

    The van driver accused of deliberately running down Muslim worshippers near a London mosque has been found guilty of murder. Darren Osborne killed a 51-year-old man and injured nine others last June.

  • First shown: Fri 2 Feb 2018

    President Trump approves the release of a controversial memo that is thought to accuse the FBI of abusing its powers. Women in Iran risk their freedom by posting images of themselves without the veil.

  • First shown: Sat 3 Feb 2018

    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: Sun 4 Feb 2018

    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: Mon 5 Feb 2018

    Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love wins his High Court appeal. He won't be extradited to face charges in the US. And we meet the first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone.

  • First shown: Tue 6 Feb 2018

    Does frantic trading on the world's markets constitute a correction or a crash? And, 100 years since some women won the right to vote, what's been achieved and what battles are still to be won?

  • First shown: Wed 7 Feb 2018

    Lawyers say that an equal pay claim from Tesco staff could cost the supermarket chain up to £4 billion. Meanwhile, scientists discover that a 10,000-year-old Briton had dark skin and blue eyes.

  • First shown: Thu 8 Feb 2018

    We report from south London on the surge in knife crime, which some people are now describing as an emergency. We speak with the bereaved, the police, the politicians and local residents.

  • First shown: Fri 9 Feb 2018

    The Winter Olympics' spectacular opening ushers in a new era of cooperation through sport in Korea. And two of the British ISIS fighters dubbed 'The Beatles' have been caught.

  • First shown: Sat 10 Feb 2018

    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: Sun 11 Feb 2018

    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: Mon 12 Feb 2018

    Oxfam's deputy CEO Penny Lawrence resigns over the way the charity handled sex abuse allegations. And could Oxfam's £30m in government funding be at risk?

  • First shown: Tue 13 Feb 2018

    At Liverpool Crown Court the former football coach Barry Bennell has been found guilty of several counts of abusing young footballers, with some verdicts still outstanding

  • First shown: Wed 14 Feb 2018

    President of South Africa Jacob Zuma insists he has done nothing wrong and sees no reason to stand down. Plus director Greta Gerwig discusses her new Oscar-nominated film.

  • First shown: Thu 15 Feb 2018

    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 16 Feb 2018

    President Trump visits Florida as Parkland school shooting grief turns to guns grievance. Plus the biggest humanitarian disaster you've never heard of: DR Congo is on the brink of all-out war again.

  • First shown: Sat 17 Feb 2018

    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: Sun 18 Feb 2018

    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: Mon 19 Feb 2018

    Channel 4 News reveals the major drugs plight of Dundee, which has one of the highest rates of drug deaths in Europe, with 12 suspected deaths in the first month of this year alone

  • First shown: Tue 20 Feb 2018

    Scores of people, including children, are killed in bombardments on rebel-held Eastern Ghouta in Syria. Here, ministers insist Brexit won't plunge us into a 'Mad Max' style dystopia of deregulation.

  • First shown: Wed 21 Feb 2018

    As survivors of the Florida school shooting march on the state house to demand gun controls, are small concessions from President Trump a sign of things to come? Plus the latest on London knife crime.

  • First shown: Thu 22 Feb 2018

    Bombs continue to pound Eastern Ghouta in Syria as the UN pleads for a ceasefire. And at Chequers Theresa May and 10 senior ministers are deep in talks over Brexit.

  • First shown: Fri 23 Feb 2018

    We speak to students, teachers and parents in Parkland, Florida, as President Trump insists the answer to America's gun problems is more guns

  • First shown: Sat 24 Feb 2018

    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: Sun 25 Feb 2018

    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: Mon 26 Feb 2018

    Vladimir Putin orders a daily pause in the bombardment by Russia's ally the Syrian government on rebel-held Eastern Ghouta

  • First shown: Tue 27 Feb 2018

    We report from Damascus as efforts to bring respite to Eastern Ghouta continue. And, here, heavy snow shuts down schools, cancels trains and disrupts flights.

  • First shown: Wed 28 Feb 2018

    Former PM Sir John Major attacks the government's handling of Brexit, saying MPs must be given a free vote on a final deal. Plus - how the freezing weather has disrupted the UK.

  • First shown: Thu 1 Mar 2018

    As snow continues to fall, the Met Office issues a red warning for the South West and parts of Wales. In Scotland, transport chaos continues as motorways close and buses are cancelled.

  • First shown: Fri 2 Mar 2018

    The big freeze causes big chaos, amid warnings that a thaw could lead to floods. Plus Brexit: Theresa May says neither side can have everything they want. We speak to one of her cabinet colleagues.

  • First shown: Sat 3 Mar 2018

    Channel 4 News broadcasts a special one-hour programme amid the most severe winter weather in years. How is Britain dealing with the deep snow, bitter winds, freezing rain and black ice?

  • First shown: Sun 4 Mar 2018

    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: Mon 5 Mar 2018

    An explosive report by MPs accuses Sir Bradley Wiggins of crossing an ethical line by taking drugs to enhance his performance. He didn't break any rules but what will this do to his reputation?

  • First shown: Tue 6 Mar 2018

    A Russian ex-spy and his daughter remain critically ill after being exposed to an unknown substance. Boris Johnson says Britain will respond robustly if evidence of state responsibility emerges.

  • First shown: Wed 7 Mar 2018

    Including the latest on the mystery substance that hospitalised a Russian ex-spy and his daughter. Moscow says it's an excuse to incite an 'anti-Russia campaign'. Plus: we talk to Susan Sarandon.

  • First shown: Thu 8 Mar 2018

    Amber Rudd says the nerve agent attack on Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter was brazen and reckless. The police officer who helped them is now stable and conscious.

  • First shown: Fri 9 Mar 2018

    After months of trading insults, President Trump will meet Kim Jong-un within weeks. How will Russia and China react?

  • First shown: Sat 10 Mar 2018

    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: Sun 11 Mar 2018

    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: Mon 12 Mar 2018

    The PM updates MPs with the latest on the Salisbury nerve agent attack, as Russia accuses the UK government of playing a 'dangerous game' with British public opinion

  • First shown: Tue 13 Mar 2018

    Another White House shock: Trump sacks Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Meanwhile, Russia says it won't co-operate with the UK over the nerve agent attack unless it gets a sample of the substance.

  • First shown: Wed 14 Mar 2018

    Theresa May has announced that 23 Russian diplomats will be kicked out of Britain following the nerve agent attack 10 days ago in Salisbury. We have the latest from London and Moscow.

  • First shown: Thu 15 Mar 2018

    Moscow says that it's 'insane' to blame Russia for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury. The Defence Secretary says Russia should 'go away and shut up'. It's a war of words, but it's escalating.

  • First shown: Fri 16 Mar 2018

    Scotland Yard launches a murder investigation after a post-mortem finds the cause of death in London of Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov - who had anti-Putin links - was 'compression to the neck'

  • First shown: Sat 17 Mar 2018

    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: Sun 18 Mar 2018

    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: Mon 19 Mar 2018

    Including an exclusive undercover investigation revealing the tactics of controversial political strategy firm Cambridge Analytica

  • First shown: Tue 20 Mar 2018

    Including more revelations from our undercover investigation into Cambridge Analytica. Bosses boasted that they helped put Trump in the White House. But did they break US election law in doing so?

  • First shown: Wed 21 Mar 2018

    The PM is quizzed about Conservative links to Cambridge Analytica. She says allegations against the firm are very concerning.

  • First shown: Thu 22 Mar 2018

    Facebook's billionaire boss Mark Zuckerberg apologises for the data scandal. Is that enough to reverse the damage to the world's largest social media platform?

  • First shown: Fri 23 Mar 2018

    The latest on the data scandal as the UK's Information Commissioner attempts to get a warrant to search the offices of Cambridge Analytica. Plus a live report from Facebook's California HQ.

  • First shown: Sat 24 Mar 2018

    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: Sun 25 Mar 2018

    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: Mon 26 Mar 2018

    The US and several European countries send dozens of Russian diplomats home, as part of an international response to the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury

  • First shown: Tue 27 Mar 2018

    We report on the Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh to escape rape, murder and attacks from the Myanmar military and who now face a forced move from camps to a remote and often-flooded island

  • First shown: Wed 28 Mar 2018

    The High Court quashes the Parole Board's decision to free the rapist John Worboys. The Board's chairman Nick Hardwick resigns after the Justice Secretary tells him his position is untenable.

  • First shown: Thu 29 Mar 2018

    With a year to go until Brexit, the PM goes on the road to persuade all parts of the UK that we'll be better off after leaving the EU

  • First shown: Fri 30 Mar 2018

    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 31 Mar 2018

    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: Sun 1 Apr 2018

    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: Mon 2 Apr 2018

    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: Tue 3 Apr 2018

    Is London in the grip of a violent crime epidemic? Two teenagers were shot and another stabbed in one hour on Monday. And what should we make of President Trump's attacks on Amazon?

  • First shown: Wed 4 Apr 2018

    Britain and Russia escalate their war of words over the Salisbury poisoning as Moscow seizes on comments by a Porton Down expert as a chance to dismiss accusations that it was behind the attack

  • First shown: Thu 5 Apr 2018

    Live from East London, two more die overnight. We ask: what can be done about the spate of killings? And the Facebook data scandal deepens as billions more users could be affected.

  • First shown: Fri 6 Apr 2018

    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 7 Apr 2018

    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: Sun 8 Apr 2018

    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: Mon 9 Apr 2018

    After the weekend's alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria, an international response is debated. Here, the Government publishes its long-awaited violent crime strategy.

  • First shown: Tue 10 Apr 2018

    Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg faces a Senate hearing, following the data scandal. Here, the PM is under pressure to join any allied military action over suspected chemical weapons attacks in Syria.

  • First shown: Wed 11 Apr 2018

    President Trump tweets 'Get ready Russia' because smart missiles are coming, after the suspected chemical attack in Syria. We're in the US for that and Mark Zuckerberg's ongoing testimony to Congress.

  • First shown: Thu 12 Apr 2018

    Cabinet meets to discuss military action against President Assad's Syrian forces, with opposition MPs demanding a vote before missiles are launched

  • First shown: Fri 13 Apr 2018

    The Russian military alleges Britain was 'directly involved' in the chemical attack in Syria. As the rhetoric ramps up, we talk to the Russian ambassador. Plus: President Trump vs James Comey.

  • First shown: Sat 14 Apr 2018

    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: Sun 15 Apr 2018

    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: Mon 16 Apr 2018

    Ministers back down after the Home Office is criticised for the treatment of people who came to the UK as children from the Caribbean before 1973. Many feared deportation over missing paperwork.

  • First shown: Tue 17 Apr 2018

    Theresa May apologises to Caribbean leaders for the Windrush deportation controversy. But more details emerge of the Home Office's harsh treatment of people who've lived in the UK for decades.

  • First shown: Wed 18 Apr 2018

    The Windrush deportations row takes a twist as Jeremy Corbyn blames the destruction of migrants' boarding cards on Theresa May then she says the decision was taken under Labour in 2009

  • First shown: Thu 19 Apr 2018

    We speak to people affected by the Windrush immigration scandal. The Queen urges Commonwealth leaders to appoint Prince Charles to succeed her as their head.

  • First shown: Fri 20 Apr 2018

    After two weeks in which Windrush has dominated the news, we meet people who came here from the Caribbean and served in the British armed forces. And Arsene Wenger says he's leaving Arsenal this year.

  • First shown: Sat 21 Apr 2018

    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: Sun 22 Apr 2018

    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: Mon 23 Apr 2018

    As Amber Rudd explains the Government's stance on the Windrush generation, in Jamaica we meet a man who hasn't been allowed back to the UK since he went to his father's funeral in 2001

  • First shown: Tue 24 Apr 2018

    The Home Secretary says all victims of the Windrush scandal will get citizenship and compensation. How do our audience, whose lives have been ruined, react?

  • First shown: Wed 25 Apr 2018

    Labour demand the Government rethinks its 'cruel' immigration policy but Mrs May says the public want action on illegal immigration. Meanwhile, Emmanuel Macron is feted in the US Congress.

  • First shown: Thu 26 Apr 2018

    Amber Rudd admits that there are immigration removal targets after all, then promises to axe them. And knife crime is up. Burglaries are up. Firearms offences are up: the worrying rise in crime.

  • First shown: Fri 27 Apr 2018

    Peace in our time? North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his South Korean counterpart grasp hands and cross the border. And another historic reunification: Abba are back with new songs.

  • First shown: Sat 28 Apr 2018

    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: Sun 29 Apr 2018

    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: Mon 30 Apr 2018

    The UK gets its first ethnic minority holder of one of the great offices of state. Sajid Javid is appointed Home Secretary after Amber Rudd quit over the Windrush scandal.

  • First shown: Tue 1 May 2018

    Sajid Javid says he won't continue the 'hostile environment policy' on immigration, but we meet more of the people who've already been caught up in it. Plus: we talk to Condoleezza Rice.

  • First shown: Wed 2 May 2018

    A major health scandal: about 450,000 women in England missed breast cancer screenings for more than eight years because of NHS IT errors. Plus: Windrush. And we talk to Benjamin Zephaniah.

  • First shown: Thu 3 May 2018

    The Information Commissioner and the head of the Commons culture committee say investigations into Cambridge Analytica will continue despite the political strategy firm being wound up

  • First shown: Fri 4 May 2018

    Theresa May claims Conservative victory in the local elections, but Labour says the win belongs to them. Channel 4 News unpicks the various gains and losses across all parties.

  • First shown: Sat 5 May 2018

    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: Sun 6 May 2018

    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: Mon 7 May 2018

    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: Tue 8 May 2018

    Will he stay or will he go? It's decision time for Donald Trump and the Iran nuclear deal. Plus: the new measures that have been suggested to bridge the inter-generational economic divide.

  • First shown: Wed 9 May 2018

    Including the reaction from the US, Russia, Israel and the UK to President Trump's Iran nuclear deal decision. And Facebook bans foreign adverts in Ireland, ahead of the abortion referendum.

  • First shown: Thu 10 May 2018

    The PM apologises to Libyan dissident Abdul Hakim Belhaj and his wife for the UK's involvement in their detention, rendition and torture. And it's a big day of reckoning and penalties for some banks.

  • First shown: Fri 11 May 2018

    Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has been fined for breaching election law. Plus: the woman appointed by the UN to investigate racism says she's alarmed at the prejudice in British laws and policies.

  • First shown: Sat 12 May 2018

    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: Sun 13 May 2018

    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: Mon 14 May 2018

    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: Tue 15 May 2018

    Funerals and fury in Gaza the day after more than 50 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces. Hamas denies any responsibility. Israel's ambassador to London is in the studio.

  • First shown: Wed 16 May 2018

    The government brings the east coast rail line back into public ownership but insists that taxpayers haven't lost out. Meanwhile, North Korea threatens to abandon a summit with President Trump.

  • First shown: Thu 17 May 2018

    The government will consider a ban on flammable cladding for high-rise buildings, after a review into the Grenfell Tower fire failed to call for one, which angered survivors

  • First shown: Fri 18 May 2018

    Shaking up tradition? Not so much, as Prince Charles is chosen to walk Meghan Markle up the aisle. And Sergei Skripal leaves hospital. We hear from the Russian Ambassador who's demanding to see him.

  • First shown: Sat 19 May 2018

    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: Sun 20 May 2018

    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: Mon 21 May 2018

    The Grenfell Tower fire inquiry starts. And fishing trawler owners in Scotland and Northern Ireland ask the government to loosen restrictions on non-EU workers, to tackle a labour shortage.

  • First shown: Tue 22 May 2018

    Music, poetry, community, tears - we're in Manchester on the anniversary of the Arena bombing. There's unity but also concern that the emergency response failures haven't been fully dealt with yet.

  • First shown: Wed 23 May 2018

    Should the Irish constitution be changed to do away with the almost total ban on abortion? Channel 4 News includes a discussion of the issues that have divided a nation ahead of Friday's referendum.

  • First shown: Thu 24 May 2018

    Donald Trump cancels his planned June nuclear summit with Kim Jong-un after the North Koreans call his Vice President Mike Pence a 'political dummy'

  • First shown: Fri 25 May 2018

    Harvey Weinstein appears at a New York police station, charged with rape and several counts of sexual abuse relating to two accusers. His lawyer says he'll plead not guilty.

  • First shown: Sat 26 May 2018

    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: Sun 27 May 2018

    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: Mon 28 May 2018

    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: Tue 29 May 2018

    We report from Yarmouk, Syria, a former Palestinian refugee camp that's been reduced to rubble in the battles for Damascus. Plus, more political turmoil for Italy sends the markets sliding.

  • First shown: Wed 30 May 2018

    Mystery and confusion as Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko - reportedly killed in Kiev last night - turns up alive and well at a news conference in Ukraine. Was it a sting or a mistake?

  • First shown: Thu 31 May 2018

    A trade war looms between the EU and the US as Trump puts 25% tariffs on European steel from midnight. European politicians warn they will have to respond in kind.

  • First shown: Fri 1 Jun 2018

    More migrants are dying trying to cross the Mediterranean - while fewer are attempting the journey. The Spanish prime minister is ousted, and the EU retaliates on Trump's trade tariffs.

  • First shown: Sat 2 Jun 2018

    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: Sun 3 Jun 2018

    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: Mon 4 Jun 2018

    The inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire hears how fire service advice to 'stay put' had effectively failed within half an hour of the blaze starting, as experts describe inadequate safety measures

  • First shown: Tue 5 Jun 2018

    Tory MPs are expected to back controversial plans to build a third Heathrow runway. There's a get-out clause for ministers with objections, who'll be allowed to oppose the scheme at a 'local level'.

  • First shown: Wed 6 Jun 2018

    Alexander Nix, the former boss of Cambridge Analytica, the political strategy firm brought down by our undercover filming, tells MPs he was 'tricked' into boasting of using bribery and honeytraps

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    Thousands of jobs are at risk as House of Fraser announces it's closing 31 stores. Plus: firefighters who tackled the Grenfell Tower fire talk about the 'stay put' policy.

  • First shown: Fri 8 Jun 2018

    G7 nation leaders meet in Quebec, with the US at odds with the rest on trade tariffs and climate change. And, on World Oceans Day, we meet conservationists cleaning up beaches in Cornwall.

  • First shown: Sat 9 Jun 2018

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  • First shown: Mon 11 Jun 2018

    The White House says Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un's talks are 'moving more quickly than expected'. Spain's new socialist leader offers a safe port to a stranded ship with 629 migrants on board.

  • First shown: Tue 12 Jun 2018

    Donald Trump hails progress in the Singapore talks, saying he'll stop his 'provocative' war games in South Korea and in return Kim Jong-un will destroy a missile base and denuclearise North Korea

  • First shown: Wed 13 Jun 2018

    Saudi-backed forces, possibly using British-made munitions, attack Hudaydah, a key rebel-held port in Yemen. Much of Yemen's aid comes through Hudaydah and agencies are warning millions could starve.

  • First shown: Thu 14 Jun 2018

    Seventy-two lives lost in Grenfell Tower are remembered one year after the fire with 72 seconds of silence, marked around the tower and beyond. But survivors are still fighting for answers.

  • First shown: Fri 15 Jun 2018

    Five gang members from west London are banned from writing lyrics that encourage violence, in the first court order of its kind. And why did a Tory MP block a law to ban upskirting?

  • First shown: Sat 16 Jun 2018

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  • First shown: Tue 19 Jun 2018

    The Home Secretary launches a review into the medicinal use of cannabis, after a series of appeals from parents who want their seriously ill children to be treated with the drugs

  • First shown: Wed 20 Jun 2018

    An inquiry finds that 456 patients at a Hampshire hospital died prematurely after being given powerful painkillers for no reason. A further 200 may have been affected. Criminal charges could follow.

  • First shown: Thu 21 Jun 2018

    President Trump may have done a U-turn on separating children of illegal immigrants from their families, but the row over how to control immigration remains as hard-fought as ever

  • First shown: Fri 22 Jun 2018

    Including a debate on immigration policy post-Brexit, as an exclusive poll shows that most voters support a hostile environment immigration system, despite the Windrush scandal. Plus: Airbus.

  • First shown: Sat 23 Jun 2018

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  • First shown: Mon 25 Jun 2018

    The foreign secretary Boris Johnson flies to Kabul to avoid a crucial Commons vote on Heathrow's expansion which could have seen him forced to resign

  • First shown: Tue 26 Jun 2018

    There's government division over armed forces spending. And the PM and Boris are at odds over businesses' Brexit worries.

  • First shown: Wed 27 Jun 2018

    The military are called in to help firefighters tackle a massive blaze on Saddleworth Moor that local people have described as the worst in living memory

  • First shown: Thu 28 Jun 2018

    As Germany's Angela Merkel warns that the issue of migration could determine Europe's destiny, what chance is there of progress on Brexit?

  • First shown: Fri 29 Jun 2018

    Including an exclusive interview with Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, who discusses everything from election interference to Sergei Skripal, and says that western domination is at an end

  • First shown: Sat 30 Jun 2018

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  • First shown: Mon 2 Jul 2018

    'Pipe down', 'Put a sock in it'... Senior Tories, split over the European customs deal, trade insults on Twitter. Can the PM find a way through?

  • First shown: Tue 3 Jul 2018

    We report from northern Thailand on the 12 boys and their coach trapped deep inside a flooded cave. The rescue effort just got even more urgent: monsoon rains are on the way.

  • First shown: Wed 4 Jul 2018

    The Electoral Commission has apparently concluded that the official Brexit campaign broke the law by overspending. And counter-terrorism police investigate the poisoning of a couple in Wiltshire.

  • First shown: Thu 5 Jul 2018

    The Home Secretary lashes out at Russia after it's confirmed that a couple in Wiltshire were poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok. And the race to save the boys trapped in a Thai cave continues.

  • First shown: Fri 6 Jul 2018

    Can ministers agree Britain's future trading relationship with the EU, at Chequers? And we report from Thailand as officials warn there's limited time to rescue the schoolboys from the flooded cave.

  • First shown: Sat 7 Jul 2018

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  • First shown: Mon 9 Jul 2018

    High drama in Westminster as Boris Johnson sensationally resigns, hours after David Davis quit over Theresa May's compromise Brexit deal. How much longer will the PM hang on?

  • First shown: Tue 10 Jul 2018

    Rescuers in Thailand bring the last trapped boys out of the flooded cave, to the relief of the world. And as the new-look cabinet meets for the first time, the PM admits it'll be a 'busy week'.

  • First shown: Wed 11 Jul 2018

    New footage emerges of the rescue of the 12 Thai boys from flooded caves. Plus: Trump's blistering attack on Nato allies.

  • First shown: Thu 12 Jul 2018

    The Government presents its Brexit white paper. What's in it? And how's it being received? And we report from Blenheim Palace as Donald Trump touches down for dinner with Theresa May.

  • First shown: Fri 13 Jul 2018

    We report from Trafalgar Square amid the mass protests against President Trump's visit to the UK. Meanwhile, Mr Trump apologises for his Sun interview blasting the PM's Brexit strategy.

  • First shown: Sat 14 Jul 2018

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  • First shown: Mon 16 Jul 2018

    We report from Helsinki as Donald Trump holds a joint press conference with Vladimir Putin. Plus: the Government accepts all four Eurosceptic amendments to their Brexit White Paper.

  • First shown: Tue 17 Jul 2018

    The Brexit campaign backed by Boris Johnson has been fined and referred to the police for law-breaking

  • First shown: Wed 18 Jul 2018

    The PM faces off her Brexit rebels, as Boris Johnson accuses the government of dithering and says her Chequers strategy would send the UK into 'miserable limbo'

  • First shown: Thu 19 Jul 2018

    Crime levels in England and Wales have gone up again, according to new figures. We talk to the police chief in charge of tackling it.

  • First shown: Fri 20 Jul 2018

    The PM says the EU shouldn't fall back on 'unworkable' Irish border proposals. Meanwhile, Michel Barnier isn't happy about her Brexit White Paper. So... what happens if we leave Europe without a deal?

  • First shown: Sat 21 Jul 2018

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