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Home Secretary Sajid Javid launches an 'unashamedly tough' plan to tackle extremism. And on the eve of the Moon landing anniversary, we speak to astronauts about trave ...
MPs vote against the Government, as they back a move to stop the next Prime Minister bypassing Parliament to force a No Deal Brexit through
The brother of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber flies back to the UK after being extradited from Libya over his possible role in the 2017 terror attack that left 22 dead
The number of people dying in Scotland from drugs is now three times higher than the rest of the United Kingdom and higher than all other countries that record the statistics
President Trump doubles down on his tweets attacking four outspoken progressive Congresswomen - and telling them to 'go home' - despite being branded a racist
Reports from the rebel held enclave of Idlib in Syria, where food supplies have been weaponised, plus the first shipment of a Russian missile defence system arrives in Turkey
Shocking footage filmed by White Helmets rescue teams seemingly shows Syrian or Russian aircraft deliberately targeting their ambulance as they try to reach people who were inju ...
The UK ambassador in Washington, who enraged Donald Trump in leaked emails, resigns. It's reported that Sir Kim Darroch made the decision after Boris Johnson refused to bac ...
Donald Trump calls the British ambassador to the US 'whacky' and a 'very stupid guy', and lays into Theresa May over her Brexit strategy. And Labour say they ...
Two Saudi sisters who say they were abused by their father are the latest women to flee the Kingdom. Meanwhile, conspiracy theories swirl over the Ambassador's leaked emails.
Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.
Jaguar Land Rover secures 2500 jobs by committing to make electric cars in the UK. Plus: members of the largest slavery ring to be uncovered in the UK are jailed after stealing ...
As Conservative members receive ballot papers for choosing the next Prime Minister, Jeremy Hunt spends the day in damage-limitation mode over his promise to reverse the fox hunt ...
We talk to Jeremy Hunt. And scores of people are killed in an air strike on a Libyan migrant centre, while, in Texas, undocumented migrants are held in shocking squalor.
The Chancellor says a no-deal Brexit would cost the exchequer £90 billion. Boris Johnson is having none of it. We speak to leading economist Joseph Stiglitz.
Huge numbers of Hong Kong riot police turn on protesters who smashed their into the territory's legislative building. And the two Tory hopefuls vow to turn on the cash taps ...
Including the coroner's conclusions from the inquest into the London Bridge terror attacks. And Vladimir Putin says liberalism is obsolete. Is he right?
Ninety Labour MPs - including deputy leader Tom Watson - protest against the decision to reinstate Chris Williamson. Meanwhile, Jeremy Hunt faces Boris Johnson in the Tory leade ...
A shocking picture of a father and his tiny daughter drowned in the Rio Grande as they try to get to America shows the US is 'ignoring its obligations to humanity', sa ...
Boris Johnson steps out into the light. After being accused of hiding away, he launches a campaign blitz, talking Brexit and building buses out of crates.
Tuesday's TV debate is cancelled after Johnson says he won't take part. Hunt calls him a coward. Plus: the first TV interview with Jihadi Jack's parents since the ...
Donald Trump says he called off a retaliatory strike on Iran with just 10 minutes to go. Mark Field MP is suspended as a Foreign Office minister after manhandling a female clima ...
Including full analysis of the race to be the next PM, as the results of the final ballot of MPs is announced and the choice between them is handed to Conservative Party members
Including analysis of the third ballot in the Conservative Party leadership race. Plus: the latest on the investigation into the Malaysian Airlines plane shot down over Ukraine ...
We report from Westminster with the results of the latest round in voting to choose the new Conservative leader and PM
Iran warns that it will breach the limit on its stockpile of enriched uranium within the next few days, despite the nuclear deal agreed with world powers in 2015
Donald Trump calls Iran a 'terror state' and blames them for attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. And we speak to the lesbian couple who were attacked on a Lond ...
Boris Johnson wins big in the first round as Tory MPs vote to select their next leader and PM. Dozens of crew members are rescued from two oil tankers hit by explosions in the G ...
Boris Johnson swerves difficult questions but vows that the UK will leave the EU by 31 October at his leadership campaign launch. Meanwhile, MPs vote against moves to block a No ...
Charity commissioners severely criticise Oxfam for how it tackled claims of serious sexual misconduct by staff sent to help Haiti earthquake victims. Labour calls a vote to halt ...
We speak to one Tory leadership candidate, while Boris Johnson calls for tax cuts for high earners and Michael Gove fights to stay in contention. Plus a special report on rural ...
A woman who killed her husband after years of controlling abuse will walk free, as a court rules that she won't face a retrial. Sally Challen's family say the last 10 ...
Back on the beaches more than seven decades on, veterans of the D-Day landings are in Normandy to remember and pay tribute to those who died
'Heroism, courage and sacrifice.' The Queen pays tribute to those who fought and died during the D-Day landings 75 years ago, as veterans and world leaders gather in P ...
President Trump refuses to meet Jeremy Corbyn, calling him 'a negative force', but thinks Boris Johnson 'would do a very good job'. And we're at the pro ...
There's plenty of ceremony and plenty of controversy on the first day of President Trump's visit. We report from Buckingham Palace as he arrives for a state banquet wi ...
A victory for freedom of speech as a court rules in favour of two Northern Ireland journalists arrested after they published police documents about the murder of eight catholic men
Former army head General Sir Mike Jackson gives evidence at the inquest into civilians killed in Ballymurphy in August 1971. He was a Parachute Regiment captain and denied a cov ...
Including all the latest on Theresa May's resignation. We assess her political legacy and the challenges she's left to her successor, as the race to replace her begins ...
Brexit legislation is delayed as speculation about the Prime Minister's future reaches fever pitch. Plus: India's Prime Minister Modi wins the world's biggest ele ...
The new Brexit proposal has not gone down well. Theresa May is under more pressure than ever to resign.
MPs will be given a vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum if they back the EU Withdrawal Agreement bill, as the PM announces compromises to try to get Labour MPs ...
Nigel Farage is furious as he's splattered in a milkshake protest and Gordon Brown attacks the funding of his Brexit Party. Mr Farage accuses the former Prime Minister of a ...
The PM pledged to advance LGBT rights in Northern Ireland, but two years later her Northern Ireland Office has spent just a few hundred pounds, on rainbow-coloured lanyards.
Theresa May heads off a mutiny by agreeing to step down whether or not MPs back her withdrawal agreement in early June. Boris Johnson says he'll be among the candidates in ...
ITV bows to political pressure and axes its most popular daytime programme, the Jeremy Kyle Show, following the death of a guest. Is this the end of reality TV as we know it?
Following the death of a man who appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show, MPs say the duty of care support needs to be reviewed. Plus: Alabama votes on a bill that would outlaw almost ...
Global markets plunge as China hits back in its trade war with the US, ignoring Donald Trump's warning not to retaliate after he doubled tariffs on its goods
As cross-party Brexit talks continue, the government concedes the UK will take part in European elections. Plus, why schools must take responsibility for the results of pupils t ...
Copping the blame for Brexit: the Conservatives and Labour get bloody noses at the ballot box, losing heavily in local elections as voters switch to the Lib Dems and Greens
Labour declares a climate emergency, a day before government advisors announce emissions targets. And more No-Deal ferry contracts are cancelled, at a cost to taxpayers of &poun ...
After decades of frustration, the contaminated blood scandal inquiry begins to hear from witnesses. Plus: Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido tells his followers: 'Thi ...
A report criticises Staffordshire Police for multiple failures, following the death of stalking victim Justine Reece. We speak to their Deputy Chief Constable. Plus: the Spanish ...
British and Irish politicians say new talks aimed at restoring power sharing in Northern Ireland will begin on 7 May. Meanwhile, 1200 jobs are at risk as Debenhams says it will ...
Four days after the devastating bomb attacks, and with some suspects still believed to be on the run, the UK government advises against all non-essential travel to Sri Lanka
At the funeral for journalist Lyra McKee in Belfast, politicians from across the political divide are challenged to explain why it took her death to bring them together in the s ...
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister issues a warning about more explosives and militants. Here, protestors vow to turn out in force as President Trump's state visit to the UK i ...
Tonight including a look at the findings of the Mueller Report, investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia
Including an interview with the sister of a Saudi woman who's facing trial over campaigning for the right to drive
On tonight's Channel 4 News we are live in Paris as the city struggles to come to terms with the fire which devastated Notre Dame
The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, makes a major speech on tackling crime, just in time for a looming Tory leadership contest. We speak to him about rising knife crime and his pol ...
Nigel Farage sets up a new Brexit party. Plus: two years after we revealed serious allegations of abuse by a leading church figure, the Archbishop of Canterbury joins us to talk ...
Theresa May begs EU leaders for a Brexit extension until 30 June, but they're chewing over a longer delay. Plus: scientists celebrate the first picture of a black hole.
The PM holds talks with German and French leaders, begging for a Brexit extension to 30 June. The UK is due to leave on Friday unless EU leaders reach agreement at a Brussels su ...
Pro-Leave Tory MPs react with anger as the PM asks for a Brexit delay to 30 June. EU negotiators say the extension should be a year but France says the UK must have a workable p ...
All eyes are on the House of Lords as Brexiteers there threaten to stall the Commons bill that forces Theresa May to ask for a departure extension rather than leave the EU with ...
Theresa May meets Jeremy Corbyn for talks on a potential Brexit compromise, to a resounding chorus of criticism from some of her own MPs, with two ministers quitting their jobs
The Cabinet has been meeting all day in a bid to break the Brexit deadlock, while a cross-party group of MPs has put forward a new bill to prevent No Deal
Can Parliament break the Brexit deadlock in another round of indicative votes? Europe says Britain could still be out by 22 May - if MPs back a customs union.
It's Groundhog May as MPs reject the PM's Brexit deal for the third time. Does anyone know what will happen next? We ask MPs, protestors, businesses and pundits what t ...
Including the latest on the Brexit votes. And government figures show that more than four million children are living in poverty: half a million more than seven years ago.
We report from Westminster as MPs take back control, voting on eight different Brexit options, amid speculation that Theresa May could promise to quit, to secure Brexiteer suppo ...
The fear that Brexit may not happen at all seems to be driving some Tory hardliners towards supporting Theresa May's twice-defeated withdrawal agreement
The PM says she'll order her MPs to vote against alternatives to her Brexit plan but admits there's still not enough support for her to bring her withdrawal agreement ...
Another bruising experience in Brussels for the PM, as the EU tells her what the new key dates will be for Brexit
Including the latest from Brussels as Theresa May asks EU leaders for a delay to next week's Brexit deadline. She wants it put back to June. They want 22 May, before Europe ...
Theresa May asks Brussels if she can delay Brexit. But with just a week to go until the UK is due to leave, what will the EU agree to?
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.
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 peop ...
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 soci ...
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 o ...