Spectator’s Cindy Yu on Boris Johnson: ‘It’s a bad look for him not to come out harder against Ameri ...
Faiza Shaheen, the Labour parliamentary candidate for Chingford and Woodford Green, and Cindy Yu, who’s a commentator on The Spectator magazine, discuss the state of the parties. ▶️ Read more ◀️
He was a computing pioneer, a codebreaker and a war hero, who was cruelly persecuted for his sexuality. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Their case went all the way to the highest court in the land before the Home Office finally relented, insisting this was an exceptional one-off decision. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The Zondo Commission was set up to investigate widespread charges that he plundered and misused state resources. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Activists dragged boats into the road to halt traffic in Cardiff, Glasgow, Bristol, Leeds and London. ▶️ Read more ◀️England cricketer Jos Buttler on winning World Cup: ‘It justifies all of the sacrifices you’ve made’ ...
We were at the Oval and spoke to the chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board and the team coach about yesterday’s win. But first we began by asking Jos Buttler, one of the cricketers who helped deliver England’s historic win, what he was thinking in the last few ov ▶️ Read more ◀️
Democratic Congressman Jim Himes has represented Connecticut’s 4th District for 10 years. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Far from apologising, the President insisted his tweets had not been racist, declaring that “if you hate our country, if you're complaining all the time, you can leave right now”. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Guz Khan, the creator and star of 'Man Like Mobeen', hails from Coventry, which has witnessed a huge increase in knife attacks this year. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The memo, in further leaked cables, claimed Donald Trump acted because the deal had been agreed by his predecessor Barack Obama. ▶️ Read more ◀️Labour’s Emily Thornberry calls on party to end anti-Semitism ‘soap opera’ and deal with issue prope ...
We spoke to Emily Thornberry and asked her why she joined a People’s Vote rally today. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry has called on Labour to end the "soap opera" over anti-Semitism. ▶️ Read more ◀️
"Our Blood" mixes the blood of thousands of people - half of them refugees. ▶️ Read more ◀️
At least four militants from the extremist al-Shabaab group attacked the hotel in the southern port city of Kismayo. ▶️ Read more ◀️
There's been widespread criticism of the police decision to target journalists. ▶️ Read more ◀️
There was much fanfare when the government declared last month that the UK would cut its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. ▶️ Read more ◀️
More than a million people have turned out in central London to celebrate Pride this years parade marks fifty years since the Stonewall uprising in New York, which helped spark the campaign for LGBTQ+ rights across the world. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The former leader of the English Defence League has been found guilty of contempt of court. ▶️ Read more ◀️
They had trafficked hundreds of vulnerable people to Britain, enriching themselves in the process. ▶️ Read more ◀️Labour MP Jess Phillips: ‘As a parent, I am bereft that my son’s school can no longer afford to stay ...
We talk to Labour MP Jess Phillips about the schools protest. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Some English schools are blaming budget shortages for having to cut their working week. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Robert Glasper is not just a highly prolific musician, acclaimed around the world - he's become renowned for his ability to fuse all kinds of different genres, something which he says is a return to the roots of jazz. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The baby son of a heavily pregnant woman who was killed at the weekend has died in hospital. ▶️ Read more ◀️
David Harewood is a British actor known for his roles in Homeland, Supergirl and the Merchant of Venice. He has recently made a documentary retracing the events that led up to his psychotic breakdown 30 years ago. ▶️ Read more ◀️
It was a tragedy which happened eight years before Grenfell, flames which spread quickly through a south London tower block, leaving six people dead. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Last night, we reported on how social media is changing the rules on contact in adoption. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Social media is changing the landscape of adoption across the UK, with some of the most vulnerable adopted children being contacted out of the blue by the very birth relatives they were removed from because of neglect and abuse. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Sir Cliff Richard has launched a campaign calling for sex offence suspects to be given anonymity before they are charged. ▶️ Read more ◀️Brother-in-law of London Bridge attacker Khuram Butt on his radicalisation: ‘A lot of conversations ...
The coroner heavily criticised the family of the main attacker Khuram Butt for not reporting his extremist views to the police and security services. ▶️ Read more ◀️
It was an extraordinary inquest that heard about astonishing acts of bravery, many of them futile - as well as sickening acts of brutality. ▶️ Read more ◀️
We spoke to Boris Johnson supporter and former Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, and asked asked him how big a national humiliation he thought this whole business has been for us. ▶️ Read more ◀️Labour’s Emily Thornberry: ‘Why on earth should we be bowing down in front of this dreadful Presiden ...
We spoke to the Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, and put it to her that the treatment of Sir Kim Darroch was becoming a national humiliation. ▶️ Read more ◀️
One of Sir Kim Darroch’s leaked dispatches warned that Donald Trump was thin-skinned. ▶️ Read more ◀️
A leaked audio recording published by a news website allegedly reveals that Matteo Salvini's Italian right-wing Lega Party sought to funnel millions of euros in Russian oil money into its campaign coffers. ▶️ Read more ◀️The Powell Brothers: Siblings on advising Thatcher and Blair, Brexit and the leaked memos| Politics: ...
In this week’s podcast we bring together two brothers - Charles Powell and Jonathan Powell. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Speaking at a hustings in Darlington, he said the reports were simply "not true". ▶️ Read more ◀️
We’re joined by Helene von Bismarck - a German who specialises in the history of the UK's relationship with Europe. ▶️ Read more ◀️
We speak to the Conservative MP Priti Patel who's a former Secretary of State for International Development and a supporter of Boris Johnson. ▶️ Read more ◀️
He says his high point was organising the international condemnation of Russia after the Salisbury poisoning. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Channel 4 News has learnt only a few hundred people have applied since Windrush compensation was launched three months ago. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Jeremy Hunt was forced to rein in an apparent pledge made yesterday to reverse the ban on fox hunting. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Boris Johnson is promising to recruit another twenty thousand police officers if he becomes Prime Minister. ▶️ Read more ◀️
The Metropolitan Police launched a stinging attack on the Electoral Commission. ▶️ Read more ◀️
EU leaders have begun proposing their new leadership team, nominating Germany's Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen as the new President of the European Commission. ▶️ Read more ◀️Lib Dem leadership hopefuls Jo Swinson and Sir Ed Davey on Brexit, coalition cuts, climate change an ...
Here's a leadership hustings all participants agreed to turn up to. ▶️ Read more ◀️
We investigate what appears to be a disturbing pattern of attacks on farmers and their crops in Idlib, Syria. ▶️ Read more ◀️
It was a death that shocked the political world. Days after he was sacked from his role in the Welsh government after being accused of inappropriate behaviour towards women, Carl Sargeant was found dead at his home. ▶️ Read more ◀️‘If verified, it’s a war crime. No question about it’: Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State ...
We speak to former US deputy assistant secretary of state and law professor, Colleen Graff, and begin by asking her what she made of our report. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Fleeing civilians from all over the country have been thrown together and usually have no-one else to depend on but each other. ▶️ Read more ◀️Former US diplomat Nicholas Burns on Darroch: ‘This is the kind of treatment we reserve for the Iran ...
Nicholas Burns was the US Ambassador to NATO from 2001 to 2005. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Military authorities in Sudan have lifted an internet blackout, allowing people to upload videos of last month's violent crackdown. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Over the next few days we'll be running a series of special reports from inside the Syrian province of Idlib, the last remaining rebel enclave opposed to President Bashar al-Assad. ▶️ Read more ◀️
If yesterday's Pride parade was a celebration of LGBTQ rights the struggle for equality is by no means won. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Exit polls in today's snap parliamentary election in Greece suggest that the conservative opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis has won a majority of the seats. ▶️ Read more ◀️
A woman is raped in India every fifteen minutes. Sohaila Abdulali is one of them. She was just seventeen when she was gang raped in her home city of Mumbai, in India. ▶️ Read more ◀️
It's raised hopes there'll be a peaceful end to the country's political crisis. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Donald Trump says his Independence Day party overnight was a 'spectacular success'. ▶️ Read more ◀️
We speak to the Chinese international relations expert Victor Gao. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Hong Kong police have started making arrests over the protests that took place earlier this week. ▶️ Read more ◀️