A convicted burglar is found guilty of a series of sex attacks, the fire chief in charge on the night of the Grenfell fire quits earlier than expected, and Greta Thunberg in Madrid
Donald Trump is back in Washington, after abruptly leaving the NATO meeting in London, and facing the prospect of impeachment charges. Here, there's just a week until the p ...
Donald Trump cancels his press conference and goes home, calling the Canadian Prime Minister two-faced, after Mr Trudeau and other NATO leaders are caught on camera apparently m ...
The Queen hosts heads of state for 70th anniversary of NATO, amid war of words between Presidents Trump and Macron. In Madrid, Greta Thunberg and delegates attend the UN climate ...
London mayor Sadiq Khan tells the vigil for the victims of the London Bridge attack the best way to defeat hatred is to focus on values of hope and love. Plus, a look at the row ...
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At London Bridge, Scotland Yard's head of counter terrorism says a man has been shot dead by officers and a number of people are believed to have been injured
For the first time ever in a General Election, party leaders debate the climate emergency in the Channel 4 News Climate Debate, hosted by Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Nicola Sturgeon outlines her plans for government at the SNP manifesto launch. Jeremy Corbyn claims evidence that the Conservative party has been discussing giving US businesses ...
Jeremy Corbyn insists Labour does not tolerate anti-Semitism 'in any form' after the Chief Rabbi said the party's handling of the issue made Mr Corbyn unfit to be ...
Pro-democracy candidates have won 17 out of 18 seats in Hong Kong's district council elections. Leader Carrie Lam says she will 'seriously reflect' on the result.
The Green and Brexit parties unveil their election campaigns. The children of British ISIS fighters are brought back to the UK from Syria.
Jeremy Corbyn launches the Labour Party manifesto, promising to transform Britain with massive investment in infrastructure and public services. But do their costings all add up?
We are live in Scotland, where we talk to cabinet minister Michael Gove about the key issues in the campaign, including public trust in politicians
What could be Britain's worst-ever maternity scandal - avoidable deaths of babies and mothers at Shrewsbury and Telford hospital as a report slams a series of failings and ...
In Hong Kong the violent stand-off continues at the city's Polytechnic University. Hundreds of protestors are trapped inside as police tighten their siege. We have the late ...
A frosty reception for the Prime Minister in flood-hit South Yorkshire
Growing anger from residents in flood-hit South Yorkshire villages who feel they've been ignored for too long. Opposition leaders brand the government's response as ...
Abrupt about-face by Nigel Farage as he announces his Brexit party will not contest the 317 seats the Tories won last time. But could his party still split the vote in target se ...
A woman has died as severe flooding hits the Midlands and northern England. Some areas saw a month's worth of rain in just one day.
Borrow more money, spend more money - Labour and the Conservatives set out their grand economic plans for the country
Boris Johnson goes to the Palace to tell the Queen that Parliament has been dissolved, then launches the Conservatives election campaign - but can it recover from a rocky start?
A new report by the Trussell Trust charity reveals the shocking state of poverty in the UK - with a huge rise in the number of people visiting food banks
All change in Parliament - election campaigning starts in earnest, and MPs elect a new Speaker
Nigel Farage says his Brexit party candidates will run in every seat in the country, unless Boris Johnson abandons his Brexit deal and forms a 'leave alliance'. Could ...
Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour's general election campaign pledging to 'transform' Britain - but Boris Johnson blames him for delaying Brexit. What will the electi ...
Labour backs a December election, but it's not done yet. MPs are to vote this evening.
Tonight: no Brexit on Halloween, and an election at Christmas? The EU grants an extension and the PM pushes for a vote.
New developments on the 39 people found dead inside a refrigerated trailer in Essex. And when should drugs be made available on the NHS?
They were eight women and 31 men. They were all Chinese. This much we know. How and why they ended up dying inside a refrigerated trailer brought across the Channel is far less ...
The bodies of 39 people are found in a lorry container in Essex. Police have arrested the driver on suspicion of murder.
Crunch time for Boris Johnson's Brexit deal - two crucial votes live on Channel 4 News
No new vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal today, rules Speaker John Bercow - that would be 'repetitive and disorderly' he says
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Boris Johnson is back with his Brexit deal, but can he convince enough MPs to vote for it?
Boris Johnson has reached a deal with the European Union on Brexit. But will it get the backing of parliament?
As frantic Brexit negotiations continue in Brussels, the question of the Northern Ireland border remains the sticking point in getting the backing of the DUP for any deal
The UK government suspends arms sales to Turkey amid international outcry over its offensive in Syria. And the EU says it's open to another emergency Brexit summit before 3 ...
Syrian government forces move northwards as Turkish troops continue their offensive against Kurdish fighters. Plus, the Queen's Speech.
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We're in Brussels with the latest on the chances of a Brexit deal. The EU says it's agreed to 'intensify' negotiations with the UK. Is there light at the end ...
Turkish forces begin attacking Kurdish areas of north-eastern Syria after President Erdogan announces the start of an offensive. Kurdish sources claim civilian areas are being t ...
Efforts to reach a Brexit deal with the EU appear on the verge of collapse after a reported 'frank exchange' between Boris Johnson and Germany's Angela Merkel
President Trump defends his decision to pull US forces back from the Syrian-Turkish border, paving the way for Turkey to attack Kurdish fighters who led the allied campaign agai ...
Government lawyers say Boris Johnson will ask the EU for an extension to the Brexit timetable if a deal hasn't been struck within 15 days. He's previously said he wou ...
Boris Johnson tries to sell his Irish border plan to MPs, but opposition leaders rubbish it and EU leaders harden their opposition saying it is unworkable
The Prime Minister has published his proposals for a new Brexit deal that includes plans for dealing with the issue of the border on the island of Ireland
Violence in Hong Kong, and an activist is shot in the chest by police, as thousands of demonstrators defy a protest ban on the 70th anniversary of Chinese communist rule
Chancellor Sajid Javid promises the Conservative conference extra cash for buses, roads, broadband and people on low wages, and hints there will be tax cuts to soften the effect ...
Another unprecedented day in British politics. Extraordinary scenes in the Commons as Attorney General Geoffrey Cox rails against the 'dead' Parliament.
The UK's highest court rules Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending Parliament. Opposition parties call for the PM's head, but he vows to take Britain out of the ...
The biggest peacetime repatriation is underway to bring 150,00 holidaymakers home after travel operator Thomas Cook went bust. Nine thousand company employees now face an uncert ...
Millions of people march in 150 countries to protest about climate change; many of the demonstrations led by young people inspired by climate campaigner Greta Thunberg
The former Prime Minister Sir John Major sends his lawyer into the Supreme Court to argue that Boris Johnson was politically motivated in suspending Parliament
Saudi Arabia displays what it says is the missile and drone wreckage which proves that the Iranians were involved in attacking the heart of its oil industry at the weekend
The Supreme Court is told by lawyers challenging the suspension of Parliament that Boris Johnson wanted to 'silence' MPs and abused his powers
The prime minister of Luxembourg upstages Boris Johnson after the British PM pulls out of a joint press conference amid noisy anti-Brexit protests
Boris Johnson will head to Luxembourg on Monday for talks with Jean Claude Junker. The PM claims he's 'cautiously optimistic' about a Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson denies lying to the Queen when he asked for Parliament's suspension. And NHS bosses call for an EU mini-deal to keep medical supply lines open.
Brexit legal drama as Scottish judges rule Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending Parliament. But the government says it will appeal.
Donald Trump sacks his security advisor John Bolton. It follows reported differences of opinion among his cabinet members over the plans to hold peace talks in the US with the T ...
Reporting on a call for the Government to publish material on the decision to prorogue Parliament and its no deal planning. Plus, Boris Johnson's second call for a general ...
Boris Johnson's call for an October election on his terms is roundly rejected by the opposition parties. What exactly are the Prime Minister's options?
Boris Johnson's brother Jo quits as one of his ministers after a string of Commons defeats for the Prime Minister. Jo Johnson said he is 'torn between family loyalty a ...
Reporting from Westminster and Brussels on another day of high drama in British politics: with key votes on delaying Brexit and a snap election, and questions over the future of ...
Further reports from Westminster and Brussels on another day of high drama in British politics: a day of unprecedented scenes in the Commons
The government loses its majority as Tory MP Phillip Lee joins the Lib Dems just as rebel Conservatives join forces to vote with opposition parties to try to delay a No Deal Bre ...
Ministers have been summoned to Number 10 for a Cabinet meeting to discuss the prospect of a General Election. Is the UK about to go to the polls again?
Two former Prime Ministers condemn Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue parliament. Plus new research links HRT to an increased risk of breast cancer. Should women be takin ...
The Brexit battle is rejoined in Westminster as the opposition parties come together to pursue legislative obstacles to a no-deal Brexit
Political pressure mounts on Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to tackle the fires burning in the Amazon. He says he's sending in the army, but critics in Europe want a tr ...
Boris Johnson arrives in Berlin in a bid to persuade Angela Merkel to drop the Irish backstop. She's already indicated that won't happen.
Boris Johnson tells the EU there will be no deal unless they abolish the idea of an Irish backstop. The EU tells Mr Johnson there's no alternative.
Jeremy Corbyn calls for a general election saying it's 'the change of direction the country needs' amid a 'Brexit crisis'