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Dozens of migrant workers among Beirut explosion victims
Dozens of migrant workers among Beirut explosion victims
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They were from Syria, Bangladesh, the Philippines and Ethiopia - dozens of those who died in the Beirut explosion were migrant workers, employed at the port or in neighbourhoods nearby. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) They were among more than 250,000 foreign labourers in Lebanon, stranded far from home, often in poor housing and struggling to make ends meet. The impact of the coronavirus crisis and the economic collapse has been compounded by the devastation caused by the blast. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
UK plunges into worst recession on record - after impact of Coronavirus
UK plunges into worst recession on record - after impact of Coronavirus
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The UK has been plunged into the deepest recession on record. It’s the worst performance of any G7 nation during the pandemic, as GDP shrank by more than 20 per cent in the three months till June. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, said "hard times are here" - warning that many more people would lose their jobs in the months ahead. The months of lockdown have sent output plunging across the board, effectively wiping out 17 years of economic growth. ------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Three dead as train derails in Scotland
Three dead as train derails in Scotland
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Three people, including the driver, have died after a passenger train derailed in Aberdeenshire during heavy rain and flooding. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Six others were taken to hospital after the crash, which happened early this morning near Stonehaven. Dozens of emergency service crew, including the air ambulance, were called to the scene when the locomotive and three carriages came off the rails and slid down an embankment. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Belarus opposition leader flees amid Lukashenko election-rigging allegations
Belarus opposition leader flees amid Lukashenko election-rigging allegations
2 days ago
The main opposition leader in Belarus says she fled the country "for the sake of her children" after claiming the presidential election result was rigged. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is now said to be safe in neighbouring Lithuania. President Lukashenko - who's been in power for 26 years - won a sixth term in office with 80 per cent of the votes - but there are widespread claims of fraud. Protests have broken out for the last two nights, sparking violent clashes with police. And a warning, there are bright flashes from the very start. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
UK and France seek to ‘completely cut' migrant boat route across English Channel
UK and France seek to ‘completely cut' migrant boat route across English Channel
2 days ago
The surge in people trying to reach the UK by crossing the Channel is "completely unacceptable", the immigration minister has declared - after talks with French officials in Paris. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Chris Philp promised a "comprehensive plan" to cut off the route entirely, although quite how he would achieve that isn't yet clear. More than 4,000 people have already made the risky crossing on small boats so far this year - with Border Force patrols picking more people up by the day. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Over 100,000 exam results to be upgraded after Scottish government u-turn
Over 100,000 exam results to be upgraded after Scottish government u-turn
2 days ago
In Scotland, schools have been welcoming back teachers and pupils after almost five months away. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) It comes as around 75,000 pupils across Scotland are to get their exam results upgraded - as the Scottish education secretary acknowledged the "feeling of unfairness" that teachers' estimated grades had been changed - saying it was "deeply regrettable we got this wrong". The outcry began when many students found out they'd been given lower grades than they had been expecting - claiming that schools in the most deprived areas had been penalised. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law
Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law
3 days ago
There has been global condemnation over a series of arrests in Hong Kong under the new security law there. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) They included that of prominent businessman and newspaper owner Jimmy Lai, a vocal supporter of anti-Beijing protests. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Home secretary meets with Border Force over record numbers of migrants crossing English Channel
Home secretary meets with Border Force over record numbers of migrants crossing English Channel
3 days ago
The Home Secretary Priti Patel was in Dover today meeting Border Force officers after record numbers of people risked the journey in small boats across the Channel UK. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Boris Johnson has also called for tougher laws to make it easier to deport people back from the UK. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Lebanon’s entire government resigns amid anger over Beirut explosion
Lebanon’s entire government resigns amid anger over Beirut explosion
3 days ago
After days of mounting pressure Lebanon's prime minister has announced his government's resignation. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) It comes after the catastrophic explosion in Beirut port which killed more than 200 people and destroyed large swathes of the capital Beirut. Since then, there have been clashes with protesters taking to the streets to express their anger at the government's incompetence. The prime minister this evening admitted the blast was a result of endemic corruption. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Beirut blast sparks violence and widespread protests in Lebanon
Beirut blast sparks violence and widespread protests in Lebanon
5 days ago
Clashes have broken out between protesters and security forces in the Lebanese capital Beirut - amid growing anger over the country's widespread political corruption and incompetence, in the wake of Tuesday's devastating explosion. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) One group - including former army officers - have tonight stormed the Foreign ministry building - declaring it would become the headquarters for "a revolution". Tonight the Prime minister has said an early election is the only way out of the crisis. Our international editor Lindsey Hilsum is in Beirut. We also speak to Marwan Hamadeh, who resigned as an MP earlier this week in protest at the Government's handling of the disaster - and asked him who should be held responsible for the devastation in Beirut? ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Record number of migrants cross English Channel - navy may be called in
Record number of migrants cross English Channel - navy may be called in
6 days ago
If you want to see one consequence of the failure of politics in the Middle East, you do not have to go further than the Kent coast where a record number of migrants have attempted to cross the English Channel in recent days. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Anja Popp is in Dover. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Beirut explosion: Search for missing continues and protesters clash with police
Beirut explosion: Search for missing continues and protesters clash with police
6 days ago
The Lebanese president has rejected calls for an international investigation into the port explosion which has killed at least 154 and left thousands more injured. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) That's no surprise to the already outraged and frustrated residents of Beirut cleaning up their shattered neighbourhoods - whose anger at their leaders is now fuelling protests in the streets. Our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum is in Beirut. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Jamie Oliver: 'Social mobility has to be fundamentally the most precious thing Britain has'
Jamie Oliver: 'Social mobility has to be fundamentally the most precious thing Britain has'
7 days ago
Jamie Oliver is one of Britain's most-loved chefs. He became famous as a chef on TV and since then has become a best-selling author, started a lot of restaurants and become a campaigner. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) He is perhaps best known for trying to revolutionise school food. His business group has just achieved 'B Corp' Sustainability accreditation in recognition of their social and environmental performance. Jamie talks to Krishnan about why he has a passion for changing not only the food world but for reaching across social barriers in society, how his dyslexia has affected him during his career and his thoughts of the government's obesity strategy. Warning: Contains strong language ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Britain’s seaside towns struggle after coronavirus - despite boost in tourism
Britain’s seaside towns struggle after coronavirus - despite boost in tourism
7 days ago
Britain's beaches have been packed recently, as coronavirus prompts millions to swap foreign holidays for a staycation. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But there has been precious little benefit for our struggling seaside towns. When it comes to lists of areas with people on benefits or on furlough, many of our coastal resorts are near the top. It has led to calls for further investment. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Questions over England's ‘track-and-trace’ system | Coronavirus
Questions over England's ‘track-and-trace’ system | Coronavirus
7 days ago
The government promised the Covid ‘track and trace’ system would be "world beating". (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But new figures show the number of close contacts being reached through the process in England has fallen. It reached 72.4 per cent of close contacts in the week ending July 29th, compared with 90.7 per cent back at the start of June. But local health protection teams are having more success, reaching 98 per cent of close contacts. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Grief turns to anger in Beirut as hunt for explosion survivors continues
Grief turns to anger in Beirut as hunt for explosion survivors continues
7 days ago
Today was a day of national mourning in Lebanon, but the hunt for survivors of Tuesday's explosion continues. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) As do the bitter recriminations. France's President Macron jetted in to survey the damage - and in remarkable scenes, he mingled with crowds of angry residents. He hugged one woman and promised people that he will not let foreign aid go to "corrupt hands". But with millions starting to pour into a country beset with corruption and political infighting, is that a promise he can keep? Our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum is in Beirut. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
UK Covid-19 vaccine trial: Concern over numbers willing to take part
UK Covid-19 vaccine trial: Concern over numbers willing to take part
8 days ago
When it comes to the virus, most experts agree only a vaccine offers the hope to get back to normal, or whatever the new normal will be. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Over 150 vaccines are under development globally, all at unprecedented speed. A large-scale trial is due to begin in Yorkshire, but to make it work thousands of recruits will have to be found in a matter of weeks. There are concerns about the number of people who say they would not take a vaccine, particularly in some of the communities most at risk. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Which chemicals caused Beirut explosion?
Which chemicals caused Beirut explosion?
8 days ago
Warning: This report includes some flashing images. What do we know about the blast other than it was caused by thousands of tonnes of unstable, dangerous chemicals stored in a warehouse in the port area? (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Investigators have begun the task of trying to find the answers. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Beirut explosion: At least 135 people dead and 5,000 injured
Beirut explosion: At least 135 people dead and 5,000 injured
8 days ago
A warning: there are distressing images right from the start of this report. The famously resilient soul of Beirut trampled unmercilessly once more. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Amongst the rubble and twisted steel the need for accountability: port officials where the chemicals were stored have been put under house arrest and the country, which has seen its share of political unrest this year has been placed under a two week state of emergency. The explosion happened in the port area of the city centre: on one side the Mediterranean, on the other - tightly knit residential and commercial districts. The destruction from the shockwaves was both immediate and all-encompassing. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Many casualties as huge explosion rocks Beirut
Many casualties as huge explosion rocks Beirut
9 days ago
WARNING: CONTAINS DISTRESSING IMAGES Huge explosions have rocked the Lebanese capital Beirut - causing extensive damage in the port area of the city. The force of the blast was so powerful it was felt around 150 miles away in Cyprus. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The Lebanese Red Cross said there had been hundreds of casualties while one report said at least 10 people had died. It's still not clear what caused the blast - but the Prime Minister has declared tomorrow will be a day of national mourning. Viewers may find some of the scenes in this report distressing. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
On the ground after 68 days of Black Lives Matter protests
On the ground after 68 days of Black Lives Matter protests
9 days ago
WARNING: CONTAINS DISTRESSING IMAGES For an illustration of America's fractured politics - the city of Portland - where there have been demonstrations against racial injustice and police brutality for 68 consecutive days. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Officers declared another unlawful assembly as they broke up a protest last night - although nothing on the scale of the violent clashes seen last month - when President Trump sent in a federal task force against the crowds. But why has a city which is demographically among the whitest in America become such a focus for Black Lives Matter protests? A warning - there are images in this report which some viewers might find distressing. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Former King of Spain Juan Carlos leaves country amid scandals
Former King of Spain Juan Carlos leaves country amid scandals
9 days ago
Speculation is rife over the whereabouts of Spain's former king Juan Carlos - after he said he was going into exile amid a financial scandal. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Investigators are looking into the ex monarch's alleged role in a deal to build a high speed rail link in Saudi Arabia. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Parents taken from their six-year-old’s hospital bedside by police call for dignity
Parents taken from their six-year-old’s hospital bedside by police call for dignity
10 days ago
Warning: some viewers may find some of this footage distressing. The couple who were taken from their daughter's hospital bedside by police, after they were told her life support would end, have told this programme they believe that audio recordings will support their case about what doctors had said to them concerning their daughter's care. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The couple - whose ordeal was revealed in shocking footage from an officer's bodycam - say they now want to see video from cameras worn by other officers who were there. When we spoke to the couple earlier, we began by asking them to describe what happened in the run-up to the altercation with the police. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
As UK government urges people to return to the office - how long will we wfh?
As UK government urges people to return to the office - how long will we wfh?
10 days ago
From today, firms can ask their staff to go back to the office after the government changed its advice on working from home. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But despite fears for the future of our deserted city centres - it seems there's no rush to return to the workplace, with many big companies saying they would prefer to keep employees working remotely for at least the rest of this year. From safety concerns to issues like transport and childcare, the barriers are considerable. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
New 90-minute tests for Covid unveiled as WHO warns of ‘no silver bullet’ answer to pandemic
New 90-minute tests for Covid unveiled as WHO warns of ‘no silver bullet’ answer to pandemic
10 days ago
Across the UK, there's been the highest single day increase in new coronavirus cases since June. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) A spike in Greater Manchester infections means a major incident has been declared. But there is one potential breakthrough - new tests which can speed up Covid diagnosis to just 90 minutes. Care homes are hoping they will prove the “game changer” they need. Latest figures show the official number of UK deaths rose by nine in the last 24 hours to a total of 46,210 and there's been a rise in the number of new coronavirus cases - up by 938. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Ministers dismiss reports of draconian lockdown measures for London in event of second wave
Ministers dismiss reports of draconian lockdown measures for London in event of second wave
11 days ago
Ministers have distanced themselves from reports that the Government is considering imposing draconian new lockdown measures on London - calling it "speculation". (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Reports claim the Prime Minister has been running through a range of drastic options if there's another wave of coronavirus infections. The Australian state of Victoria has been forced into just such a response - it's declared a disaster and resorted to strict lockdown measures after a spike in the city of Melbourne. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
TikTok parent company to divest US operations after Trump declares ban on app
TikTok parent company to divest US operations after Trump declares ban on app
12 days ago
It's already banned in India, but now the hugely popular social media app TikTok is threatened with being shut down in America. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Donald Trump suggested the order could come as quickly as today. It's his latest move in an increasingly cold trade war with China. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Coronavirus: Shielding ends in England as lockdown ease delayed
Coronavirus: Shielding ends in England as lockdown ease delayed
12 days ago
Today was meant to be a big milestone for the leisure and beauty industries in England, but owners are having to re-write their business survival plans and customers hoping for some more normality have seen it slip further away. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) People who have been shielding can stop and even go back to work now but there are questions about how long pubs and restaurants can carry on reopening if infection rates grow and re-opening schools remains a priority. In the last 24 hours, 74 more deaths were added to the coronavirus total bringing it to 46,193. There were also 771 lab-confirmed cases in the UK. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Police force disproportionately using Tasers against black people, says report
Police force disproportionately using Tasers against black people, says report
12 days ago
WARNING: Contains distressing images As the debate rages about how black, asian and minority ethnic groups are policed, a new report has revealed the use of Tasers is on the rise in England and Wales. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe And in Manchester, where its rate of use has increased more than anywhere else, a black person is almost four times more likely to have the weapon drawn against them than someone who's white. The government is working to give more officers access to Tasers, as police say their job is becoming more dangerous. But these figures have caused alarm among pressure groups, and the black community, who fear their discriminatory use could get worse. Ben Ferguson has this report which contains some distressing images. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Johnson postpones easing of coronavirus restrictions in England as cases rise
Johnson postpones easing of coronavirus restrictions in England as cases rise
13 days ago
England has "probably reached the limits" of reopening society, its chief medical officer has warned, as evidence of rising cases of coronavirus led the Prime Minister to postpone lifting any more lockdown restrictions. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Boris Johnson warned that with figures increasing, people could not afford to be complacent. The number of UK deaths rose by 120 in the last 24 hours to a total of 46,119 while there were a further 880 confirmed coronavirus cases. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Will second wave of Coronavirus be worse than the first - can we stop it?
Will second wave of Coronavirus be worse than the first - can we stop it?
13 days ago
As lockdowns are eased, some nations are seeing an uptick in Covid-19 cases. Is this the beginning of a second wave - and what happens if that coincides with the winter months, when health services are already stretched? What’s the risk of that - and how can we stop it? We speak to Professor Jodie McVernon in Melbourne about what is happening in Australia, as well as Professor Azra Ghani and Devi Sridhar about what we can learn from countries around the world and about the fears of what could happen in the winter months. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
'Why democracy is unravelling - and why we need more of it' - Pankaj Mishra
'Why democracy is unravelling - and why we need more of it' - Pankaj Mishra
13 days ago
Pankaj Mishra is a multiple award-winning Indian writer, essayist and novelist who has been challenging traditional ideologies for over 30 years. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) His latest book ’Bland Fanatics: Liberals, Race and Empire’ argues that modern democracies are heading towards moral and ideological bankruptcy and coronavirus is the latest example. He tells Krishnan why democracy is unravelling, the importance of open debate and why we all need a dose of seriousness. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
What China has been up to under the cover of coronavirus
What China has been up to under the cover of coronavirus
13 days ago
Global power dynamics are changing, the world order re-shaping; the risk of escalation is everywhere, as further strategic and ideological confrontation looms. This is Xi Jinping’s assertive new nationalism happening. Gone, the “bide your time” deference of pre-superpower status. Welcome to China’s brave new world. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) If you’ve been a little distracted by the Covid-19 coronavirus that’s going round, you’re not the only one. But while maybe you - and just about everyone else - was focusing on things a little closer to home, China been busily stoking the fires of global anxiety. This, it believes, will be China’s Century and the way things are looking, Beijing’s determined that no one, no country will come in its way. At home, President Xi Jinping’s grip is tightening. Abroad, well, some say Mr Xi’s been over-playing his hand. In one month flat, Donald Trump's administration’s undone Nixon’s bold vision of that new world order. America’s and China’s differences now a chasm too wide to span. In the past four weeks, we’ve seen the US place sanctions on senior Chinese officials, the revocation of Hong Kong’s special status, a declaration that Beijing’s would-be maritime empire is “completely unlawful.” Beijing’s response was to compare Mike Pompeo to an ant trying to shake a tree. Suddenly the long-running plight of ethnic Uighurs and other Turkic Muslim minorities in western Xinjiang Province has come to international prominence. Allegations of discrimination, incarceration, torture, forced sterilisation and slavery amounting to genocide have been extensively documented. There is evidence that more than one and a half million Uighurs are currently under mass-detention in re-education camps. The allegations of human rights violations against Uighurs have been flatly denied by Beijing. What’s less-often cited is what’s going on in Tibet, occupied and annexed by China the year after Mao’s revolutionaries came to power. Under the cover of the pandemic, Beijing introduced an Ethnic Unity Law there in May, a forced assimilation programme which criminalises separatism or any action seen as undermining “the one-ness of the Motherland.”. It’s no wonder that in Hong Kong, that other supposedly autonomous region, Beijing’s new sedition law has triggered fears from the millions opposed to Chinese authoritarianism, that their city, for so long a lone beacon of democratic freedom in China, will go the same way as Xinjiang and Tibet. The draconian law, again, introduced as the rest of the world was focused on the pandemic has pretty much put an end to mass-protests which convulsed the city last year. The majority of Hong Kongers now find themselves on the front line of growing global resistance to Xi Jinping’s imperial nationalism. Where the People’s Liberation Army’s projection of power has triggered greatest alarm is its militarisation of the South China Sea, amid the world’s most lucrative sea-lanes. It’s placed cruise and surface-to-air missiles on outposts in the Spratly Archipelago, where it’s reclaimed land on remote coral atols and built bases and runways. It’s had punch-ups with Vietnam over the Paracel group and confrontations with the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia and warned off US and Australian freedom of navigation patrols. At the heart of China’s dispute with five other countries is its nine-dash line, which encircles 90 per cent of the contested waters, running as far as 2,000 kilometres from the mainland, an area over which Beijing claims “indisputable sovereignty.” The nine-dash line even features on all new Chinese passports. In 2016, a Hague tribunal nullified China’s claims, in an effort to resolve a dispute with the Philippines, ruling that China had no historical claim to the South China Sea or to resources within it. Now both Australia and the US have toughened their positions, asserting the claim as no legal basis and Pompeo stating that “the US will not allow Beijing to treat the South China Sea as its maritime empire.” The South China Sea has long been a potential flashpoint, but if this cold war turns hot, this is where it is likely to start. All this as China bristles with Taiwan, which it’s vowed to reunify with the mainland. There have been several violent incidents along China’s disputed border with India. China appears to be picking fights everywhere and retaliates forcefully against countries which it views as Sino-phobic. Britain is bracing for Beijing’s response to its offer of a bolt-hole for Hong Kongers and its blacklisting Huawei. Two Canadians are in jail, charged with espionage in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a Huawei executive. For Beijing, the time’s come to reclaim what it believes is China’s rightful place in the world.
NHS worker scarred for life - after being hit by car in 'racially aggravated attack'
NHS worker scarred for life - after being hit by car in 'racially aggravated attack'
14 days ago
Left scarred for life, a black NHS worker who had a car driven at him in what police say is a "racially aggravated" assault, has told of his fear and pain in his first interview since the incident. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) No-one has been arrested yet for the attack last Wednesday. The 21-year-old victim says that he has been left traumatised, but wants to thank the people who came to his aid afterwards. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Donald Trump suggests delaying US election
Donald Trump suggests delaying US election
14 days ago
President Trump has floated the idea that this autumn's presidential election should be delayed, saying that problems with postal ballots mean it will not be fair. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But he does not have the power to make it happen, and the Democrats and some Republicans have rejected the idea out of hand. Meanwhile, the US economy has shrunk by a third in the last quarter. We spoke to Dr Gloria Browne-Marshall, professor of constitutional law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. We asked her whether we should take the President's tweet seriously. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The 47 children killed and seriously harmed in incidents linked to criminal exploitation
The 47 children killed and seriously harmed in incidents linked to criminal exploitation
14 days ago
It is one of the grimmest of crimes - its victims among the most vulnerable, but often seen as criminals themselves. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Exclusive figures seen by this programme, give a sense of the scale of the devastation caused by criminal exploitation: 47 children killed or seriously harmed in two years. We have been speaking to the mother of one 14-year-old boy shot dead three years ago, who says it must be made a priority. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg among tech bosses grilled by Congress
Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg among tech bosses grilled by Congress
15 days ago
They are the four most powerful men on the virtual planet. But today for the first time, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Tim Cook of Apple and Sundar Pichai of Alphabet, which owns Google, are all appearing in front of the House subcommittee on market dominance. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The main issue - are they using their commanding position to stop other companies getting a foothold in markets across the internet? Our Washington correspondent Siobhan Kennedy is live in Washington. Plus, our correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports. We did ask representatives from all four companies to speak to us but to no avail. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Europe battles to contain another coronavirus surge
Europe battles to contain another coronavirus surge
15 days ago
Are care homes prepared if another spike is on the way? We are already seeing cases rising across Europe. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Globally, there have been more than 16.5 million confirmed cases and 655,000 deaths. The US has the most confirmed cases in the world and have seen their biggest daily increase since May with 1,300 deaths, according to the latest weekly figures. We spoke to the Conservative MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, who is vice chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Prof Carl Heneghan, who is an urgent care doctor and epidemiologist at the University of Oxford, and Nadra Ahmed, from the National Care Association. We began by asking how we prevent mistakes made in handling the pandemic from happening again. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
UK government to fund studies into BAME Covid-19 risks
UK government to fund studies into BAME Covid-19 risks
15 days ago
Scientists are being given millions of pounds in government money to investigate why people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are more at risk from coronavirus. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) A range of studies will examine all kinds of data from genetic factors to social circumstances in the hope of saving lives in the future. Many people from the BAME community, especially frontline medics, have tragically lost their lives to the disease. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
WHO expert says: ‘Closing borders is never going to stop the virus’
WHO expert says: ‘Closing borders is never going to stop the virus’
15 days ago
We speak to Hans Kluge, the World Health Organisation’s regional director for Europe. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
How lockdown destroyed lives in the UK - with drugs and homelessness
How lockdown destroyed lives in the UK - with drugs and homelessness
16 days ago
There were no end of warnings. Dire predictions of how Covid would impact the most vulnerable children, children whose lives were far from perfect before the pandemic, how it would affect their mental health, their education, even leave some at risk. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) We've been following the story of Michael, just one of those young people whose experience of lockdown has meant homelessness, exploitation and danger, and how difficult it's been to get the help he so desperately needs. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Malaysia’s ex-PM jailed for 12 years after corruption trial exposes massive fraud network
Malaysia’s ex-PM jailed for 12 years after corruption trial exposes massive fraud network
16 days ago
Warning: There is flash photography in this report. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) A court in Malaysia has sentenced the country's former Prime Minister to 12 years in jail for breach of trust, money laundering and abuse of power. This is the first of five cases against Najib Razak, in which he's accused of embezzling nearly a billion pounds. The investigation of the affair has exposed a web of fraud and corruption extending around the globe. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Boris Johnson warns of ‘second wave’ of Covid-19 in Europe - with more quarantining for travellers
Boris Johnson warns of ‘second wave’ of Covid-19 in Europe - with more quarantining for travellers
16 days ago
The Prime Minister has raised the prospect of new quarantine restrictions on even more European countries if there's a second wave of coronavirus cases. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Defending the decision to advise against all but essential travel to Spain as “swift and decisive”, Mr Johnson said it was his government's duty to stop the disease being brought back to the UK. But the Spanish Prime Minister called it an "error". ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Junk food targeted by UK to tackle obesity and protect against Coronavirus
Junk food targeted by UK to tackle obesity and protect against Coronavirus
17 days ago
A ban on television ads for junk food before 9pm, no more “buy one get one free” offers for foods high in fat, salt and sugar - and a big push for the nation to get fitter. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Giving details of the much trailed plan to tackle obesity in England, ministers said if people who are overweight lose five pounds it would help protect against the worst risks of coronavirus - as well as saving the NHS billions of pounds. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
British holidaymakers warned ‘no travel is risk free’ after government imposes Spain quarantine
British holidaymakers warned ‘no travel is risk free’ after government imposes Spain quarantine
17 days ago
Downing Street has said that "no travel is risk-free" during the pandemic - warning holidaymakers that "disruption is possible" when heading anywhere abroad. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Jet2 has become the latest airline to cancel all flights to mainland Spain, though has kept some flights going to its islands - this was before the Foreign Office's latest change in travel advice. For passengers arriving back at British airports today, there's frustration that the changes were brought in so suddenly, throwing plans for thousands of people into chaos. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Coronavirus: Indoor swimming pools and gyms reopen in England today
Coronavirus: Indoor swimming pools and gyms reopen in England today
19 days ago
Indoor swimming pools and gyms have begun re-opening today in England, with social distancing measures in force - as part of the latest easing of lockdown restrictions. One club even laid on a class at midnight for those eager to resume their exercise regime.(Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But despite the Government's new pledge to promote fitness and weight loss as a way to protect against coronavirus, many local facilities have stayed shut - warning that without financial support they will struggle to survive. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The Secret Barrister: Justice in a pandemic
The Secret Barrister: Justice in a pandemic
20 days ago
Over the last week, we have been hearing about the troubles in the criminal justice system in England and Wales from the anonymous author known as the Secret Barrister. From the cuts and closures and backlog in cases; to our poor record on rape; claims that only the rich can afford to clear their name; and to those left without any justice at all. In the final instalment of our series, we hear what Covid-19 has done to an already struggling system. As barristers face bankruptcy, the mountain of cases to be heard grows bigger and the scrapping of juries is mooted - will the impact disproportionately affect minorities? In this piece, the barrister's gender and identity remain secret and their words are spoken by an actor. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Johnson to announce new anti-obesity measures amid fears of coronavirus second wave
Johnson to announce new anti-obesity measures amid fears of coronavirus second wave
20 days ago
The official number of UK deaths has risen by 123 bringing the total to 45,677. As part of efforts to protect against a second wave of the disease, Boris Johnson is set to announce a new strategy to tackle obesity - declaring that losing weight is "one of the ways you can reduce your own risk from coronavirus”. Measures are expected to include a ban on junk food advertising on television before 21:00 - and they mark a significant change of tack from Mr Johnson. Our political correspondent Liz Bates reports. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Chris Daw QC: Legalise drugs and close the prisons
Chris Daw QC: Legalise drugs and close the prisons
20 days ago
Chris Daw QC is a high-profile criminal barrister and author of 'Justice on Trial'. He thinks our justice system needs to be scrapped and reformed - from legalising drugs to stop sending offenders to prison.(Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) At the end of a Channel 4 News special week when we have focused on the criminal justice system with the 'Secret Barrister', Krishnan speaks to Chris about why he wants to completely change the way we think about crime and punishment. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Brexit Explained: What happened during coronavirus?
Brexit Explained: What happened during coronavirus?
20 days ago
Everyone has been talking about Coronavirus non-stop for the last few months. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But maybe now, you might be starting to think... What happened with all that Brexit stuff? It might seem like a long time ago now, but the Brexit saga went on for ages - with endless debates and protests and political scandals. And believe it or not, the debate is still rumbling on. So, the question we’re asking is: What happened with Brexit?.... And what happening now?! ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
The Secret Barrister on why it's so difficult for rape victims to get justice
The Secret Barrister on why it's so difficult for rape victims to get justice
21 day ago
Last week we heard from the anonymous author The Secret Barrister about why they say that the legal system in England and Wales is in crisis. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Tonight, The Secret Barrister tells us why they think it is so difficult for the victims of one of the most serious crimes - rape - to get justice. Recently rules were changed so that women who report rape do not have to automatically hand over their mobile phones. But will that change much, as data continues to pile up with not enough police to go through it? Only one in 70 rape cases result in a prosecution. This report was filmed before the pandemic and The Secret Barrister's identity is protected and their words are spoken by an actor. Credits: Jay Dacie - Camera Op Gary Beelders - Editor Matt Welham - Online Editor Producer / Director - Sara Moralioglu ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Government releases new guidance on wearing face masks in England
Government releases new guidance on wearing face masks in England
21 day ago
In Scotland, masks are already compulsory in shops. Wales is still deciding whether to follow suit, while Northern Ireland today announced masks could become mandatory in its shops from 20 August. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) From midnight tonight in England, shoppers will have to wear masks. Ministers this afternoon finally spelled out how the new rules would affect English takeaway food customers - much to the annoyance of take away bosses who were given just hours to train staff. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Boris Johnson in Scotland as polls show support for Scottish independence at historic high
Boris Johnson in Scotland as polls show support for Scottish independence at historic high
21 day ago
It was a visit intended to shore up the United Kingdom. Boris Johnson in Scotland for the first time since last December's general election, stressing it was the "strength" of the union that helped the UK through the coronavirus crisis. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But Nicola Sturgeon accused the prime minister of political campaigning during the pandemic and that if she was in his shoes she would not be doing it. Our Scotland correspondent Ciaran Jennkins is in Lossiemouth for us. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The woman who survived 112 days in intensive care with covid-19
The woman who survived 112 days in intensive care with covid-19
22 days ago
The UK has recorded 79 deaths with coronavirus today, taking the total number of deaths to 45,501. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) One of those lucky to be alive is Marilyn Duncan. The last thing she remembers is having a cold, the next thing she knew she was waking from a coma more than two months later surrounded by doctors in PPE. At 38-years-old she is thought to be one of the longest-ever patients to be treated in an intensive care unit after contracting Covid-19. Our health and social care editor Victoria Macdonald went to see her on the day she was finally leaving the ICU unit at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals Trust in south London. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Boris Johnson says Labour are trying to blame Brexit on Russian spies
Boris Johnson says Labour are trying to blame Brexit on Russian spies
22 days ago
Boris Johnson has denied that the Government "actively avoided" looking for evidence of Russian interference in the Brexit Referendum. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The accusation was made in yesterday's report from the Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee. In fiery exchanges at the final Prime Minister's questions before the commons summer break, the Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer asked why the government was only now giving more powers to the intelligence agencies, when the Home Secretary had admitted 18months ago that they needed extra help to combat the Russian threat. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Labour Party pays damages to anti-semitism whistleblowers
Labour Party pays damages to anti-semitism whistleblowers
22 days ago
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is continuing efforts to distance himself from his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) After a case at the High Court, the Labour Party apologised and a settlement was reached to pay “substantial damages” to whistleblowers featured in a BBC investigation exposing the handling of anti-Semitism in the party. The seven former party employees took legal action against Labour after a press release described them as having “personal and political axes to grind”. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Is UK joining US in new cold war?
Is UK joining US in new cold war?
23 days ago
We spoke to the former Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt about both the growing diplomatic tension with China and the report into Russian interference in British politics. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) However, we started on coronavirus because Mr Hunt is now Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee, which was taking evidence today from both government scientists and those outside the committee who are more critical. The Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty had insisted that the right things had been done early on, especially the decision on March 12th - later overturned - to stop testing for infection in the community. Did Mr Hunt - who was Health Secretary before going to the Foreign Office - agree with the Chief Medical Officer or those scientists who say it was an avoidable mistake? ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Report says UK 'actively avoided' investigating alleged Russian interference in British politics
Report says UK 'actively avoided' investigating alleged Russian interference in British politics
23 days ago
No one is protecting Britain's democratic processes from interference by the Russian state. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) That's the verdict of MPs on the Parliamentary committee that oversees the work of Britain's spy agencies. Their judgment was revealed in a long-awaited report on Russia's attempts to influence elections in Britain. The committee accused the government of ignoring claims that Russia tried to interfere in both the Scottish and Brexit referendums. And they said the influence of a wealthy Russian elite on the UK's public life was now a " new normal". ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
UK suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong over new national security law
UK suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong over new national security law
24 days ago
The UK has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong "immediately and indefinitely" - amid the growing tension over the controversial national security law imposed by China. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab also imposed an arms embargo on the territory, saying he had "grave concerns" about human rights abuses against minority Uyghur Muslims in China's Xinjiang province. But the move could risk further damage to the UK's relations with Beijing. Our political editor Gary Gibbon is in Westminster. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Oxford coronavirus vaccine triggers immune response and appears safe
Oxford coronavirus vaccine triggers immune response and appears safe
24 days ago
There is a long way still to go - but the early results hold great promise. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Phase one of Oxford University's coronavirus vaccine trials shows it appears to be safe and generates a strong immune response. The next step involves much larger trials to find out how it could provide protection from the virus. The government has already bought 100 million doses - as well as securing deals with other vaccine trials in development in France and Germany. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Why Black Americans are deciding to resettle in Africa
Why Black Americans are deciding to resettle in Africa
25 days ago
The government of Ghana began intensively lobbying Black Americans to resettle in Africa last year, and now, in the wake of George Floyd's death in the US, the country's tourism minister has stepped up the campaign. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Jamal Osman has the stories of some African Americans who've already made the move. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
World sees largest daily increase in coronavirus cases
World sees largest daily increase in coronavirus cases
25 days ago
The world has seen the largest increase in a day in coronavirus cases with over a quarter of a million recorded. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The World Health Organisation estimates deaths now top 600,000. Here in Britain, the number of deaths added was relatively low at 27. As Boris Johnson says he doesn’t want to impose a second national lockdown, comparing it to a 'nuclear deterrent' , local lockdowns seem almost inevitable. But is our national test and trace system up to it? ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The life of US civil rights hero John Lewis
The life of US civil rights hero John Lewis
26 days ago
US civil rights hero and former US congressman John Lewis has died aged 80. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Lewis was one of the "Big Six" civil rights leaders, which included Martin Luther, and helped organise the historic 1963 March on Washington. Lewis was the last surviving speaker fro the march. The veteran Democratic politician announced in December that he had been diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
UK policeman kneels on neck of black man in London eight weeks after killing of George Floyd in US
UK policeman kneels on neck of black man in London eight weeks after killing of George Floyd in US
27 days ago
A police officer has been suspended and another placed on restricted duties, after video footage emerged showing a man being detained on the ground as he shouted: 'Get off my neck'. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The incident happened yesterday evening, in north London, after police were called to reports of a fight. Although it's not clear what happened in the moments beforehand, the Met's deputy commissioner has tonight described the footage as "extremely disturbing". Warning: this report contains disturbing images from the start. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The Secret Barrister: is it only the rich who can afford to defend themselves?
The Secret Barrister: is it only the rich who can afford to defend themselves?
27 days ago
For years - via Twitter, and now a tell-all book - an anonymous author known as the 'Secret Barrister' has painted a picture of a criminal justice system on its knees. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) They have kept their identity, even their gender, totally secret - while giving us a rare peek behind the scenes of courtrooms in England and Wales. Tonight, in their second film for Channel 4 News, they tell us the price of justice and ask whether only the rich can afford a defence. Filmed before the pandemic, we too disguise the Secret Barrister's identity and have not used their real voice. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Coronavirus: UK PM 'hoping for return to normality' by Christmas
Coronavirus: UK PM 'hoping for return to normality' by Christmas
27 days ago
Boris Johnson has told employers in England that it's up to them to tell staff whether to come back to work - while ending the advice not to use public transport. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) It’s all part of Mr Johnson's aim to return England to “some sort of normality” by Christmas. But unions accused him of "passing the buck" to employers, while his own experts are taking a far more cautious view on any return to work. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Nick Mohammed: Where do we draw the line with comedy?
Nick Mohammed: Where do we draw the line with comedy?
27 days ago
Nick Mohammed is an actor, comedian and writer. His most recent work is the workplace sitcom 'Intelligence', based in GCHQ, also starring David Schwimmer from Friends. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) He talks to Krishnan about bringing back the traditional British sitcom, his worries for the live-comedy scene and how to navigate the grey area between comedy and offence. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Shamima Begum can return to UK to fight decision to remove her British citizenship
Shamima Begum can return to UK to fight decision to remove her British citizenship
27 days ago
Shamima Begum, who was one of three east London schoolgirls who fled to Syria to join the extremist Islamic State group in 2015, has won a legal battle to be allowed to come home to challenge the government's decision to strip her of her British citizenship. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The Home Office described the ruling as very disappointing and is seeking permission to appeal. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
A system on its knees? Inside the criminal justice system with the Secret Barrister
A system on its knees? Inside the criminal justice system with the Secret Barrister
28 days ago
It's rare to get a peek behind the scenes of courtrooms and the people working in them (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) In a tell-all book, the anonymous author known as The Secret Barrister has painted a picture of a criminal justice system in England and Wales on its knees, while keeping their identity totally secret, even their gender. Now we have attempted to bring their insights out of the shadows - examining real cases that reveal the problems at the heart of the justice system. Delays, cuts and creaking infrastructure, all made worse by the crippling pandemic. In the first in our series, the Secret Barrister examines the story of a victim of assault, who has been left with life-long injuries. Yet the accused were never tried. Filmed before the pandemic, we have disguised the Secret Barrister's identity and the piece has been voiced by an actor. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Russia accused of trying to steal UK coronavirus vaccine research
Russia accused of trying to steal UK coronavirus vaccine research
28 days ago
Russian spies have been targeting organisations which are trying to develop a coronavirus vaccine in an effort to steal their research, according to security services in the UK, the United States and Canada. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Russia insists it had "nothing at all" to do with it. At the same time, the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said 'Russian actors' almost certainly tried to interfere in the UK's 2019 general election. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
New footage shows Uyghurs bussed across China for forced labour in factories
New footage shows Uyghurs bussed across China for forced labour in factories
29 days ago
The US State Department announced new sanctions today on some employees of Chinese tech companies, including Huawei, for their involvement in human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region; home to the country's persecuted Uyghur community.(Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) This comes as new footage has emerged showing Uyghur people being bussed out of their region to work as forced labour in factories across the country, a new phase in China's campaign to forcibly assimilate its Muslim minority. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
The world’s population is set to shrink - a cause for concern or relief?
The world’s population is set to shrink - a cause for concern or relief?
29 days ago
The world's population is set to shrink at a rapid rate after the first half of this century, with huge implications for many countries in the developed world. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The populations of dozens of nations, including Japan, Spain and Italy, are set to halve by 2100, with an equally dramatic fall in the working age population. That will have profound implications for issues like migration and economic growth. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Boris Johnson promises inquiry to investigate how the UK has handled coronavirus
Boris Johnson promises inquiry to investigate how the UK has handled coronavirus
29 days ago
Boris Johnson has promised an independent inquiry into the way the government has handled the coronavirus outbreak, saying it would be “in the future” without giving any details. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) And there was no word on whether any hearings would be held in public. Campaigners say such a process is crucial to reflect on what went wrong, and to prevent such a tragedy happening again on a similar or greater scale. One Conservative MP tells us there's no time to waste. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Who should pay to fix the climate emergency?
Who should pay to fix the climate emergency?
29 days ago
The climate emergency is having a devastating impact on people around the world. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But those in countries worst hit have contributed the least emissions causing it. So what does responsibility for the climate crisis look like? And who should pay for it? ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Statue of slaver Edward Colston unofficially replaced with sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester
Statue of slaver Edward Colston unofficially replaced with sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester
29 days ago
A statue of a woman making the black power salute has appeared on the plinth where Bristol slaver Edward Colston once stood. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Artist Marc Quinn secretly created a sculpture of protester Jen Reid, who was at the protest which saw Colston's statue pulled down and thrown in Bristol Harbour. A photo of Ms Reid stood on top of the plinth making the black power salute then went viral. The team installed the new sculpture during the early hours of the morning. “I raised my hands for George Floyd. I raised my hands for all the people who’ve died at the hands of the police for being black. To show people who think we don’t matter that we do matter,” Jen Reid told Channel 4 News. “It’s making a stand for my mother, for black women like me, for my daughter and something to feel proud of, for them to have a sense of belonging.” ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
How will Covid-19 impact the US presidential election?
How will Covid-19 impact the US presidential election?
Month ago
In a year of disorder, can we expect democracy to run smoothly? (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Huawei to be stripped from UK 5G network by 2027
Huawei to be stripped from UK 5G network by 2027
Month ago
The Government has announced it does not trust the Chinese telecoms company Huawei to make equipment for Britain's 5G network. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) It has banned UK telecoms companies from buying new kit from Huawei and told them to strip it from their 5G network over the next seven years. The move will cost billions and delay the roll out of the new and faster mobile data system by up to three years. It is a sharp u-turn from the decision announced just six months ago to let Huawei make up to a third of the 5G network. China's Ambassador to the UK said the decision was disappointing and wrong. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Face coverings in shops to be made compulsory in England
Face coverings in shops to be made compulsory in England
Month ago
With the economy taking a battering, the government is desperate to get us back into shops and spending again. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) That would have informed today's announcement that face coverings will become mandatory in shops in England from 24 July. The health secretary said it would "increase confidence in people to shop". And as if we needed a further reminder that the virus is still with us, tonight Blackburn has announced new measures in reaction to an increase in cases. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Coronavirus: Research suggests recovery from Covid-19 may only grant immunity for a few months
Coronavirus: Research suggests recovery from Covid-19 may only grant immunity for a few months
Month ago
We spoke to Dr Katie Doores, from King's College London, who is the lead author of a new report on coronavirus antibodies and how long any kind of immunity might last. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The research suggests that people who have recovered may only be immune for a few months. We began by asking her if the virus would become endemic - and whether we would ever be rid of it. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Ghislaine Maxwell profile: who is the British socialite associated with Jeffrey Epstein?
Ghislaine Maxwell profile: who is the British socialite associated with Jeffrey Epstein?
Month ago
She’s the socialite who was a big name in American and British high society for decades, hosting glamorous dinner parties and hanging out powerful people. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But did Ghislaine Maxwell use her connections to facilitate Jeffrey Epstein's crimes? In this video, we look at the life of the youngest daughter of media baron Robert Maxwell and what led to her becoming associated with Epstein. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
UK reveals its borders and immigration plans for life after the Brexit transition
UK reveals its borders and immigration plans for life after the Brexit transition
Month ago
Branded as the "UK's new start" with glossy online adverts, the government has unveiled its plans for the country's borders and immigration once the Brexit transition finishes at the end of the year. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) There will be a dozen inland border control sites to keep lorry queues away from ports. And the Home Office has confirmed details of its points-based immigration system. But critics have complained that social care workers have been excluded from the new healthcare visas. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Majority of UK modern slavery victims are children, report says
Majority of UK modern slavery victims are children, report says
Month ago
Modern slavery often conjures up visions of people brought from abroad in the backs of lorries, the fastest growing group of victims is British - the majority of them children. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But a new report warns that the government system for identifying them and then providing help and support is not working, leaving many at real risk of harm. Today, the Home Office announced it is to radically reform the way it deals with such victims. Our Social Affairs Editor, Jackie Long has been speaking to families whose lives have been devastated by this often hidden crime. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Donald Trump wears a mask for the first time in public - as Florida confirms 15,000 new Covid cases
Donald Trump wears a mask for the first time in public - as Florida confirms 15,000 new Covid cases
Month ago
Florida has confirmed more than 15,000 new cases of coronavirus - the state's biggest daily increase since the pandemic began. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Infections are continuing to soar in large parts of the United States - with a growing number of governors making face coverings compulsory in public places. Even President Trump wore a face mask in public for the first time, on a visit to a military hospital - declaring "I've never been against masks". And America is not alone - there's been a record increase in global cases too - up more than 230,000 in 24 hours. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Steve Coogan warns without aid ‘We’ll find ourselves in ten years time with nothing to laugh at’
Steve Coogan warns without aid ‘We’ll find ourselves in ten years time with nothing to laugh at’
Month ago
A new campaign has been launched to protect the future of live comedy - after research showed more than three quarters of venues fear they'll be forced to close down within the next year. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) More than half of performers are worried that they'll have to leave comedy altogether by early next year - unless live performances are able to return. Campaigners want the comedy industry to be part of the government's emergency funding schemes for the arts. We spoke to the comedian and writer Steve Coogan. We began by asking him why he thought comedy should get a specific allocation of cash. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Critics accuse Trump of abusing the law as he grants clemency to former advisor Roger Stone
Critics accuse Trump of abusing the law as he grants clemency to former advisor Roger Stone
Month ago
Critics have accused President Trump of abusing the rule of law - after he commuted the sentence of his friend Roger Stone just days before he was due to serve a three and a half year term in jail. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The White House condemned "overzealous prosecutors" and claimed Mr Stone had been "treated very unfairly" when he was convicted of obstruction and making false statements, during the investigation into alleged Russian interference with Mr Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Mother talks about son's rapid descent into far-right extremism
Mother talks about son's rapid descent into far-right extremism
Month ago
Yesterday a report by the government's advisers on counter terrorism highlighted how political and religious extremists have been using the lockdown to spread hate online and recruit new followers.(Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) With the biggest terror threat in the UK now coming from the far-right, we've been speaking to the mother of one young man about the horrors of watching her child's rapid descent into extremism. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
US governor’s ‘wear masks indoors’ order angers some on civil liberties grounds
US governor’s ‘wear masks indoors’ order angers some on civil liberties grounds
Month ago
In the United States the virus continues to surge with more than three million confirmed cases and a series of record-setting numbers of daily infections there. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Much of the rise has been driven by states which were among the earliest to lift lockdown restrictions and where many feel the wearing of face masks is not the American way. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Poor forced to collect Covid corpses for work in Peru, where cases are among highest in world
Poor forced to collect Covid corpses for work in Peru, where cases are among highest in world
Month ago
The World Health Organization has recorded a record increase in global cases and today warned the pandemic is accelerating and that the virus is not under control in most of the world. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Warning: This report contains content that some viewers may find distressing. In the last 24 hours the global total rose by almost 230,000 cases. There are now more than 12 million confirmed cases and 550,000 recorded deaths. The United States, Brazil and India now have the greatest number of cases. And despite imposing one of the earliest and strictest lockdowns in South America, Peru now has the fifth highest number of cases worldwide despite having a population of only 30 million, with poverty and crowded food markets blamed for fuelling the spread of the virus, ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Werner Herzog: 'We are not attached to the real world enough'
Werner Herzog: 'We are not attached to the real world enough'
Month ago
Werner Herzog is a world-renowned German film director, screenwriter, author, actor and opera director. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) He has produced, written and directed more than sixty feature and documentary films and published more than a dozen books. His latest film, Family Romance LLC, is a tragiccomedy shot like a documentary, which tells the story of a Tokyo company that offers stand-ins for absent family and admirers. Herzog talks to Krishnan about drawing the lines between fact and fiction, history repeating itself and why he doesn't watch many films. ------- Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Poland’s presidential election to be close run-off after divisive campaign
Poland’s presidential election to be close run-off after divisive campaign
Month ago
Delayed once due to coronavirus, Poland's presidential election is back on this weekend. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The vote follows a campaign that has bitterly divided the nation, and promises a close runoff between two candidates - conservative President Andrzej Duda who's seeking a second term, and his challenger, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Thousands of UK job losses announced as coronavirus hits economy hard
Thousands of UK job losses announced as coronavirus hits economy hard
Month ago
The chancellor may have woken up today to excited headlines welcoming his £30 billion pound plan for jobs, but by lunchtime he was confronted by the chilling reality of thousands more job losses. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Tonight the government announced a raft of new measures easing the lockdown in England. Outdoor pools, outdoor theatres and amateur sport will be allowed to return from this Saturday. Beauticians, tattooists, spas and tanning salons can reopen from Monday while indoor gyms, pools and leisure centres can reopen from 25 July. In Scotland Nicola Sturgeon announced the largest lifting of lockdown measures so far. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
'Defund the police' explained: what it really means for the Black Lives Matter movement
'Defund the police' explained: what it really means for the Black Lives Matter movement
Month ago
The new demand of the black lives matter movement is to defund the police. For many this is an extreme slogan. So what does it mean? Where does it come from? And - here in the UK - what exactly would be the impact of “defunding the police”? (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) To understand the campaign to defund, you need to start in the US - the country with the highest incarceration rate in the world. Over the past four decades America has almost tripled the amount it spends on policing from $42 billion in 1977 to almost $115 billion, 40 years later in 2017. Over the past 30 years, police costs have skyrocketed and so have the number of people incarcerated. Meanwhile, the amount of violent crime has fallen dramatically, after reaching a peak in the early 90s. So now, those calling for the police to be defunded, say the money should be put into these areas instead - to stop the causes of crime in the first place. Rather than spending the money on an increasingly militarised force, with state of the art kit. Since 1980 the prison population has grown from around 300,000 to over 2.3 million today. The incarceration rate has declined a bit in the last decade, but the numbers are still incredibly high. Out of every 100,000 people in America, 716 of them are behind bars. And 1 in 5 of these were for drug offences. What’s telling is the racial makeup of the prison population. White Americans make up 64% of America but just 39% of prisoners. African-Americans meanwhile, make up 13% of the country overall - but they make up a staggering 40% of the prison population. These problems - of course - go back centuries in the States. But what’s new this time is social media. Videos of police killings can now go around the world in seconds and as more people become enraged by these videos, many Americans are asking why they are paying billions of dollars in taxes - to fund police forces who kill civilians? Should that money be better spent elsewhere? Defunding the police has become the call of black lives matter. It can be heard across America, from Minneapolis to Miami. But the same message has also spread to the UK. And now, activists are calling to defund the police force here as well. But can the same argument really be made? After all, things like police shootings are not nearly as common here. Policing in the UK is made up of dozens of different forces - the largest being the Metropolitan Police, in London, with a budget of about £2.5 billion. Across England and Wales, the total spent is about £14 billion. That’s actually quite small, compared to the UK government’s entire budget. Take the National Health Service, for instance, that has a far larger budget - of around £153bn every year. Police numbers have become an increasingly political issue. And in contrast to America police officers have found themselves a casualty of austerity. In fact, England and Wales have lost around 20,000 police officers in the last ten years. In London, official statistics show that not only are black people more likely to be stopped by police. It’s also more likely the searches are completely unjustified - in the sense that the police don’t actually find anything incriminating when the search you. Despite making up just 14% of the overall population, Black and brown men and women make up a quarter of the prison population - and that figure rises to 40% when you look at young people in custody. Your sympathy for defunding the police will almost certainly rest on your relationship with them. For most of the country who are unlikely to be disproportionately stopped by the police or arrested there is significant support for more bobbies on the beat. Even within communities with a more adversarial relationship, support for defunding the police is far from universal. But in the UK, the idea of defunding the police is not just about tackling racism - although that’s obviously a big part of it. But it’s also creating a system that helps and supports everyone in a better way. Because increasingly, the police are getting involved in complicated social issues - and mental health issues - which might be better dealt with by other people. While many support services have had their funding cut, it’s often been the police who have stepped in. Sometimes not as well trained at dealing with sensitive personal situations. So, many people calling to “defund the police” are actually calling for radical reforms to redress the balance - rather than mass defunding or abolition, as others have demanded. For those demanding defunding this is less about abolition and more about remaking the relationship with the state. It’s about asking who are these institutions really for? What inequalities do they enhance? And is there a better way to arrange them? ------- #BlackLivesMatter #BLM #DefundThePolice #DefundPolice
Meet the Covid-19 survivor, who spent 96 days in Intensive Care
Meet the Covid-19 survivor, who spent 96 days in Intensive Care
Month ago
He's spent nearly 100 days in hospital so far, most of them on a ventilator. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But 59-year-old Steve Jones finally moved out of critical care in hospital in Cardiff this week. His is a remarkable story of survival in the fight against coronavirus. The chief executive of NHS Wales said today there are now just 12 Covid patients still being treated in intensive care in Wales, the lowest number since the pandemic began. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Government’s £30bn giveaway for UK economy - with tax cuts, meal vouchers and job retention bonuses
Government’s £30bn giveaway for UK economy - with tax cuts, meal vouchers and job retention bonuses
Month ago
It wasn't called a budget, but with the raft of measures was much bigger than most fiscal statements. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) For the next six months, VAT is being cut from 20 to 5 per cent across the tourism and hospitality industries, and to encourage us all to eat out, there's a 50 per cent discount up to £10 a head on any meal at any participating restaurant, cafe or pub on Monday to Wednesdays throughout August. Firms will receive a £1,000 jobs retention bonus for every furloughed worker who is retained through to the end of January next year, and employers who create new jobs for 16 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit and at risk of long term unemployment will receive grants up to £6,500. There is also a cut in stamp duty, but alongside the giveaways, the Chancellor warned action would be needed, possibly this Autumn, to put the public finances back on a sustainable setting. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
We've read Trump's niece’s book - here's what’s in it
We've read Trump's niece’s book - here's what’s in it
Month ago
It's another tell-all book about President Trump which had to fight against a legal bid to stop it from being published. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) This one, though, isn't written by a journalist or a disgruntled former official - but by the President's own niece, Mary Trump. It's called Too Much and Never Enough - How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man. Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman is among the first journalists to have read an advance copy. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
PM refuses to apologise after appearing to blame care homes for way they handled residents
PM refuses to apologise after appearing to blame care homes for way they handled residents
Month ago
"Cowardly", "unfair" and "a huge slap in the face" - the response from some in the care sector after the prime minister suggested that "too many" care homes didn't follow procedures during the height of the pandemic. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) We now know that more than 20,000 care home residents died as a result of coronavirus, almost half of all deaths in the UK. The Prime Minister's spokesperson said he was not blaming care workers - but that the care sector had done a "brilliant job under very difficult circumstances". ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Brazil’s Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus after months of downplaying risks
Brazil’s Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus after months of downplaying risks
Month ago
He's downplayed the risks of coronavirus for months - but today the Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro announced he had tested positive for the disease. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The 65-year-old far-right leader told reporters outside his residence there was "no reason for fear" - declaring "life goes on". He has been widely criticised for his handling of the crisis - with many blaming his cavalier approach for the country's soaring number of deaths. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Welcome to 'the greenest house in Europe'
Welcome to 'the greenest house in Europe'
Month ago
It's billed as 'Europe's greenest house' - completely self-sufficient and without any harmful emissions. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) This home in Devon, UK, will generate power from solar panels and store it in hydrogen tanks rather than traditional, environmentally-unfriendly batteries. Could this be a blueprint houses of the future? Powered by the sun. No energy bills - because it's designed to capture heat. Completely carbon neutral. Entirely self sufficient. And it can even generate power for a car.   This family in Devon are aiming to create the greenest house in Europe - it is the first of its kind. In the summer all the energy for the house will come from solar panels. Some of the excess will be stored to make hydrogen - which will then be used for the house in winter when there's less sunshine. And that hydrogen can also be used for powering cars. Construction is now moving along fast, but getting planning permission was really difficult - to maintain the heritage of the land, they'll be replanting historic woodland. Then there's the cost - at half a million pounds - just for installing the technology clearly most people can't afford this kind of building. Last year the UK proudly became the first major economy in the world to pass a net zero emissions law, but reducing our carbon footprint by 2050 will require a drastic move away from fossil fuels. There's some pretty ambitious targets, environmental targets, and we need to meet those over the next 10 to 15 years, unless there's government support or subsidies, we're going to struggle to meet those. With 40 % of the UK's CO2 emissions coming from households, we need to think more radically about the way we live. ------ Watch more of our explainer series here - usa-video.net/pl/PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX Get more news at our site - www.channel4.com/news/ Follow us: Facebook - facebook.com/Channel4News/ Twitter - twitter.com/Channel4News
Team GB athlete considers stop and search legal action, as 'driving while black' posts spread online
Team GB athlete considers stop and search legal action, as 'driving while black' posts spread online
Month ago
The Metropolitan Police have urged the Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams and her partner to get in touch - and discuss an incident where they were stopped and searched while driving in west London. (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The couple claim they were racially profiled - and while the police say each stop is made on its own merits, they are confident there were no misconduct issues but want to consider what they could have done differently. This programme has also learnt that the Met have made a voluntary referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct - following a separate complaint by a 21-year-old key worker accusing the same unit of racial profiling. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Chinese ambassador warns of consequences if UK bans Huawei from 5G network
Chinese ambassador warns of consequences if UK bans Huawei from 5G network
Month ago
Ban the Chinese tech giant Huawei from the UK's 5G network and there will be consequences, Beijing's ambassador has warned - declaring "you cannot have a golden era if you treat China as an enemy". (Subscribe: bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Relations between the two countries have already hit a new low over Hong Kong - with China accusing Britain of "gross interference" in its affairs. Today China used its new national security law to give Hong Kong police the power to search private properties without a warrant. ----------------------- Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/Channel4News
Hudayfah Osman
Hudayfah Osman - 30 seconds ago
what the viewers heard jfuewh fdughreyhgujrgyufjgreutruty9
Chelsea Wui
Chelsea Wui - 2 minutes ago
Mary Trump is stupid talked nonsense
Lukas David
Lukas David - 2 minutes ago
I don't need anymore my work thanks to, *p a i d t o b e h o m e .c o m*
Agitya rao
Agitya rao - 3 minutes ago
That's you called popularity 😎 , he came , he saw , he conquered .
Michael Channon
Michael Channon - 8 minutes ago
usa-video.net/ZyggRvJUOxQ-video.html
Blu3_Games
Blu3_Games - 11 minutes ago
How- I literally fail at saying cinnamon
Stanley Jean
Stanley Jean - 13 minutes ago
no revolution just fix it now you will collapse it was an accident put the same people back in power because the know what they are doing
Cristina Lexy Reef Tank
Cristina Lexy Reef Tank - 14 minutes ago
Bill Gates empire in recession?
Troy K.
Troy K. - 17 minutes ago
25-year-old black man Darius N. Sessoms of Wilson, North Carolina is in police custody for executing a 5-year-old white boy. 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant on Sunday was riding his bike in front of his home when Darius Sessoms ran up to him, put a gun to his head and executed him in front of his two sisters. Nothing but crickets from the mainstream media. According to neighbors, Darius Sessoms lives next door to the victim’s family and just had dinner at their home. Sessoms was taken into custody on Monday and charged with first degree murder.
Izzy Fields
Izzy Fields - 19 minutes ago
I like Trump because I feel that Trump’s trying to stop the country from becoming Socialist and going into the New World Order but I also think Norm is brilliant, so now I’m torn. Lots to think about.
Oliver Lewis
Oliver Lewis - 23 minutes ago
And thats why the snp will always fail
Ankit Arora
Ankit Arora - 26 minutes ago
Damn I've never been so proud to have a normal life😵
Puppy Puppington
Puppy Puppington - 26 minutes ago
“Sir, are you having a stroke?!!!!!”
Gamer Time
Gamer Time - 26 minutes ago
chad
Emma Mead
Emma Mead - 28 minutes ago
well is a second wave is happening CLOSE THE FICKING SCHOOLS
EnjoyCocaColaLight
EnjoyCocaColaLight - 28 minutes ago
I swear, Welsh is not a real language. He said that, and then the 'city-name' was added later. This doesn't exist.
selva sherin
selva sherin - 29 minutes ago
Is that a real place
Al B
Al B - 29 minutes ago
Jumping on tragedy media cunts
Grey wolves
Grey wolves - 31 minute ago
OSMANLI IMPARATORLUGU 🇹🇷❤️
Rock Fist
Rock Fist - 31 minute ago
8:44 That guy is wasting gas!!
Squiggles Lionus
Squiggles Lionus - 33 minutes ago
I just read the comments. This is why I don't watch the news anymore. Just a bunch of aholes complaining about stuff.
bb bbb
bb bbb - 33 minutes ago
Imagine, folks, if that dear old lady was the mother of Bush...or Blair ?
FREAKS
FREAKS - 34 minutes ago
The fact that your hometown name starts in wales and ends in Europe
Possibly Dell Honne
Possibly Dell Honne - 35 minutes ago
That smile. He knows. He knows how sick that was.
helpful tips
helpful tips - 36 minutes ago
I miss him
The Witch In The Woods
The Witch In The Woods - 37 minutes ago
I do wonder why the world insists on carrying on regardless.. floods and extreme weather conditions are dangerous... My sympathies to those injured or killed
Creative Life
Creative Life - 40 minutes ago
Police - Where Do You live? Me - Lets just leave it, I'm fine. Police - YOU GOTTA TELL ME! Me - *So You've Chosen Death*
tuktu tuktu
tuktu tuktu - 43 minutes ago
nobody will be left without hope or opportunity - OK I WILL REMEMBER THOSE WORDS - ANSWER THIS, ARE WE GOING TO BE SANCTIONED BECAUSE WE CAN'T FIND A JOB? ANSWER THAT
Journey
Journey - 44 minutes ago
Love you, Respect you, Jamie! Stay strong and healthy!
Lexi Panahi
Lexi Panahi - 45 minutes ago
ridiculous ..they should be mad at Russia for leaving explosives there irresponsiblly instead of sending them to a safer place.. they should demand Russia to pay for the damage.. smarty Putin distracted people from his irresponsibilty to the corona vaccine pretending being a hero..which he had since pandamic started ,waiting for the right time to jump in pretend being Hero.. . why dont u take responsibility ? u left it there anyway.. which u shouldve transfered it to another place or your own country.. though their gov or any gov doesnt care about people Anyway.. both r responsible.. but mostly Russia ..since its was theirs in the first place..
Xell0s Ultra instinct
Xell0s Ultra instinct - 47 minutes ago
they are surrounded with RPG,MG,AK and sniper...at the end of the filming they all fall Russian soldiers: For mother russia!!!!! fu*k america
Slaterhater
Slaterhater - 47 minutes ago
"You can't get cocaine here though" "Yeah, you just have to order it" Like bring me to that prison now. I'll commit a crime if you take me there
EnjoyCocaColaLight
EnjoyCocaColaLight - 49 minutes ago
19:13 Red paint/ colouring is more expensive to manufacture than blue. There's a beautiful youtube documentary on this that ought to be mandatory viewing for EVERYONE on the entire fucking planet.
Andrei Roman
Andrei Roman - 50 minutes ago
Fun fact: you wanted to google that city but are too lazy to spell it
InfiniteSheikh
InfiniteSheikh - 51 minute ago
The funniest part is that this is the actual name of the city...
kp
kp - 51 minute ago
With the mismanaging of this crisis by the Tory government, Brexit will be the icing on the cake to this economic catastrophe.
Zac Roe
Zac Roe - 52 minutes ago
Me being only 15 this nonsense reminded me of how I was bullied in school by wight and BLACK and MIX people alike so shoot this MLB movement down before someone gets cough in the crossfire 😭😭🤒🤒🤕🤕🙍🙍👼👼🌻🌻🐺🐺📢📢🏹🏹🔫🔫⚰️⚰️🇺🇸🇺🇸🇿🇦🇺🇸🇺🇸 this is America people stop trying to make it a all BLM it's ALM not BLM
Ghost Idiot
Ghost Idiot - 55 minutes ago
These liberals in the chat then went on to riot when Donald Trump won
Christina Jennings
Christina Jennings - 55 minutes ago
If we are in recession then WHY DID WE GIVE 55BILLION AWAY TO OTHER COUNTRY'S. STINKS IT STINKS BIG TIME.
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor - 55 minutes ago
(Protonix: People are suing Pfizer over Protonix. Protonix lawsuits say Pfizer failed to warn about the risk of kidney problems. In 2013, Pfizer agreed to pay $55 million to settle criminal charges. The U.S. Department of Justice said Wyeth promoted Protonix for unapproved uses in 2000 and 2001. Pfizer acquired Wyeth in 2009. Prempro:Nearly 10,000 women filed Prempro breast cancer lawsuits against Pfizer. By 2012, Pfizer settled most of the claims for more than $1 billion. Chantix:About 3,000 people filed Chantix lawsuits against Pfizer. They claimed Chantix caused suicidal thoughts and severe psychological disorders. In 2013, the company set aside about $288 million to resolve these cases. One case settled for an undisclosed amount just before trial in 2012. Depo-Testosterone:More than 6,000 testosterone therapy lawsuits were pending in May 2018. The lawsuits say testosterone products caused strokes, blood clots and heart attacks. Effexor:A federal panel closed the consolidated Effexor litigation in 2013. Lawsuits claimed birth defects. Zoloft:A judge dismissed Zoloft cases in 2016. Lawsuits included similar claims to Effexor XR. The judge did not disagree that Zoloft caused birth defects. But the judge concluded there was insufficient evidence to definitively link the two. Eliquis:A judge dismissed a group of federal Eliquis cases in 2017. Injured patients continue to file severe bleeding claims in Delaware state court. Lipitor:A judge dismissed Lipitor lawsuits in 2017. Women who took the drug filed lawsuits after developing Type 2 diabetes. There is currently an appeal pending. Pfizer Drug RecallsPfizer has had to recall some of its popular products due to quality issues and poor packaging. Effexor XR and Prempro are two products affected by recalls. Prempro:In 2013, Pfizer announced it was recalling five lots of Prempro. Prempro is a hormone replacement therapy drug. Routine testing revealed the strength of the drug was low. Effexor XR:In 2014, Pfizer recalled two lots of its antidepressant drug Effexor XR. Tikosyn was discovered in an Effexor XR bottle. Tikosyn is one of the company’s heart pills. Pfizer warned that the combination of the two different drugs could be deadly. Pfizer ScandalIn 1996, Pfizer conducted an unapproved clinical trial. It involved children with meningitis in Nigeria, CBS News reported. The trials led to the deaths of 11 children. Dozens more were left disabled. PFIZER’S UNAPPROVED CLINICAL TRIAL The unauthorized trial involved tests on 200 children with Pfizer's antibiotic Trovan. Source: BBC News Trovan is a drug severely restricted in use because of its potential to cause liver damage. Injury to the liver as a result of taking Trovan can lead to liver failure and death. In 2011, Pfizer paid $700,000 to four families who lost children during the Trovan trials. In addition, the company set up a $35 million fund for those affected by Trovan. Pfizer also agreed to sponsor health projects in Kano, Nigeria)
J P
J P - 55 minutes ago
Popped up on my recommended! Is this guy welsh? I’m welsh and I appreciate his pronunciation!
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor
Mobbdeepak McMacaveli Shakoor - 56 minutes ago
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Some Guy with a Moustache
Some Guy with a Moustache - 56 minutes ago
This man unleashed ultimate grammar
Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse - 57 minutes ago
A massive part of the country hasn't worked or limited hours for months and we get a recession{surprise} and some will think Corona isn't a fact and blame government policy.
401wcollman
401wcollman - 57 minutes ago
I thought the town is Welsh and I thought the guy is Welsh too. What's the fuss?
g0rk1th
g0rk1th - 57 minutes ago
so this is in everyone’s recommendations again
orxan orxan
orxan orxan - 58 minutes ago
USa-video: this video recommended for you. Me: OK.
Will Johnson
Will Johnson - 58 minutes ago
Take a look at Blackrock then consider if you want to hear anything this guy has to say.
kiran rao
kiran rao - Hour ago
PM is a great coward....its his responsibility to fight against corruption along with people,.....not simply resigning of fear
EnjoyCocaColaLight
EnjoyCocaColaLight - Hour ago
Didn't this 'journalist' end up divorced?
Wayne Ronnie
Wayne Ronnie - Hour ago
There will be no "second wave" like the first. People are more hygiene aware now. There is an element of herd immunity at play in the population. - Many more people have already had it. Where will be minor outbreaks and hotspots only.
Marklar Marklar
Marklar Marklar - Hour ago
A drunk Welshman passed out on his keyboard with a Word document open and the result is what these people named their town.
Clip 300
Clip 300 - Hour ago
All of yours crying bout boris and the government but swear yous all have a vote🤔🤔 and I swear they had the biggest majority on record in the last vote if anything this will be happening all over the world kmt what do u think will happen in Africa?
Tin Tizzy
Tin Tizzy - Hour ago
China is such a diverse melting pot of cultures and freedoms I wish the US could be like that one day
lorina lancaster
lorina lancaster - Hour ago
Wichita ks ch o5.9 infowars.love A Jones all of there programming. 24/7 you wont miss a thing. Vote Trump
Jessie McFarland
Jessie McFarland - Hour ago
The wind began to blow in a different direction.
Juanita Flores
Juanita Flores - Hour ago
Awesome
Jim Evans
Jim Evans - Hour ago
22.50 for the 'Gotcha' moment - pure GOLD
Faro Zar
Faro Zar - Hour ago
“We must use our utmost endeavors in order that the Holy Spirit may influence minds and hearts toward peace, the bounties of God Surround, the divine effulgence has become successive, human souls Advance, minds expand in wider vision, souls become more holy and The world of humanity be rid of its great menace. For the betterment Of the world Baha'u'llah(The promised one) endured all the hardships, ordeals and Vicissitudes Of life, sacrificing His very being and comfort, forfeiting His Estates, Possessions and honor -- all that pertains to human existence -- not for one year, nay, rather, for nearly fifty years. During this long Period He was subjected to persecution and abuse, was cast into prison, was Banished from His native land, underwent severities and humiliation And Was exiled four times.” (Abdu'l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 322)
Coolzie Dog
Coolzie Dog - Hour ago
Big words for dotard are any words over 5 letters 🙃
T Mox
T Mox - Hour ago
I watch this every few months to remind myself that there are people who take pride in their job.
Aviator PE
Aviator PE - Hour ago
I wasn't sure at first, but BLM has convinced me to vote for Trump.
Jason
Jason - Hour ago
"If America falls, its time for Africa to rise." sorry honey, no. It's China.
Pulzie
Pulzie - Hour ago
To me this is the interview equivalent of an argument that goes nowhere.
peter James
peter James - Hour ago
www.reddit.com/user/ExcelAssignmenthelp/comments/i93031/finding_effective_alternatives_to_opioid/
Oliver Grumitt
Oliver Grumitt - Hour ago
If population shrinks, and is still an if, then that is good news. Trouble is the population is too great already, let alone being nearly 10 billion in 40 years. Of course the population will get smaller, a lot smaller, eventually, the only question is whether humans manage to shrink their numbers themselves with their own measures or whether nature will do the job for them. Let’s hope it is the former, it will be far more unpleasant with the latter.
Paul Dunne
Paul Dunne - Hour ago
Wow channel 4 with the truth I think I may faint.
maxx1991
maxx1991 - Hour ago
Wait till vaccine rolls out lol
Madara Uchiha
Madara Uchiha - Hour ago
Top 10 flexes in anime.
Hideki
Hideki - Hour ago
....She just hears whatever she wants to hear...It's actually crazy...Wtf lol.
Charles Mayes
Charles Mayes - Hour ago
It's all about money nothing but we are being lied to by greedy companies their is nothing to stop police working with the eu The people talking rubbish go and leave we are out it's collapsing and it's not long before we are out
ellie woods
ellie woods - Hour ago
So why can they only come here then? How many SAFE countries have they already crossed?
Order11110
Order11110 - Hour ago
CHINAs 5G controls Humanity like BUG and RODENT Plug Ins. Different Frequencies
iliq
iliq - Hour ago
Jordan: hey, how are you? Cathy: so you're saying I should be in the kitchen?
Angrybard Aquino
Angrybard Aquino - Hour ago
Conservatives? Anti-middle class? Anti worker? That's a laugh
lorina lancaster
lorina lancaster - Hour ago
No one cares about the tect world as far as free speech stop telling us what to think and what to do we are capable of our own opinions
Richard
Richard - Hour ago
i always wonder how the soldier in people can sleep. like in the world wars ina trench, or here. it must be terrible
Manik Hasan
Manik Hasan - Hour ago
Why are all the channel 4 anchors so obnoxious?
Gloria George
Gloria George - Hour ago
I wonder how they teach geography...
Charles Mayes
Charles Mayes - Hour ago
The less flights the less pollution that's good
Star
Star - Hour ago
She was just trying to get him to say a certain thing so the news has their next sound bite or new headline quote.
lorina lancaster
lorina lancaster - Hour ago
Love infowars keep them on and giving us truth of our world keep on keeping on..wichita ch 05.9 all day everyday. Love truth.Vote Trump
Known By None
Known By None - Hour ago
*Can you imagine how many hours he practiced to spell this?*
shibu deb polo
shibu deb polo - Hour ago
Pakistan killed 30 millions peoples with the help of Salman al azami father (Goalm azam - razakar)
Order11110
Order11110 - Hour ago
28 of frequency. This is considerably faster than 4G networks 700 -2500 This frequency is insect and rodent Deterrent Frequency. CHINAs 5G controls Humanity. 5G frequency spectrum for sub-6 5G spans 450 to 6 , and millimeter-wave 5G frequencies span 24.250 to 52.600 , and also include unlicensed spectrum. Additionally, there may be 5G spectrum in the 5925 to 7150 range and 64 to 86 range.
Zero Ander
Zero Ander - Hour ago
Mr. Osas is shaking
Rafi Al Haidar
Rafi Al Haidar - Hour ago
“Yeah, I just did that”
Mysterious Turtle
Mysterious Turtle - Hour ago
0:11
Luke Frampton
Luke Frampton - Hour ago
Hurry up then stop this now why England 🇬🇧
Charles Kristiansson
Charles Kristiansson - Hour ago
Being British is nothing special and certainly nothing that should require this badly treated Windrush generation to fight for. It's their right.
Gunter Donig
Gunter Donig - Hour ago
Ontop of Covid-19 you have Brexit.... Brexit+Covid-19 annihalates GB for sure. Thanks to Boris Johnson and to think that he still is PM is just disgusting 👎
Robert Britton
Robert Britton - Hour ago
Iran call trump retarded put then rape there sisters and brothers the irony of these retards
jojoinhere
jojoinhere - Hour ago
i love China!
Nicolas B. Henry
Nicolas B. Henry - Hour ago
Boris: Brexit done England will recover his prosperity thanks to trade deal with USA, Canada, Australia and other counties without depending from Brussels unfair laws. It's the start of an era for England. Covid-19: hold my beer you idiot!! Incompetence at his best.
Vince Gulizio
Vince Gulizio - Hour ago
Name looks like a cat was stepping all over my keyboard.
Muffin
Muffin - Hour ago
After a lot of trial and error, I am now able to pronounce it too. But I'm sure I'll forget again by tomorrow.
Marc Desh
Marc Desh - Hour ago
China is following Japans past before ww2....wont end well
Lucas McCurdy
Lucas McCurdy - Hour ago
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
Joshua Great Daniel
Joshua Great Daniel - Hour ago
Na dey craze
Puw1ng 2
Puw1ng 2 - Hour ago
Okay. City Llywellyngooglemicrosoftappleexpressmountainduckduckgo is gonna be on my "go to" list.