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- When it came to Ronald Reagan, the Iron Lady was a pussycat
Krishnan Guru-Murthy gives his take on life, the news and everything.
- 10 things about that Richard Ayoade interview
- Scotland vote gives Labour a huge constitutional headache
- What happens to being British now?
Filing from the frontline of the Channel 4 newsroom. A newswoman's take on what's up, what's down, and what's worth a sideways glance or at the very least a second look.
- Want to borrow a dog? New safeguards for the sharing economy
- My Vine mishap made me realise technology has overtaken me
- The UK's fight against sexual violence must not falter
Europe Editor Matt Frei on Europe and the world.
- The 'dark secret' awaiting two Bulgarian immigrants
- Is UK letting migrants drown as they cross the Med?
- How mild mannered protest in Hong Kong is rocking China
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- Why Labour isn't really severing its ties with the Co-op Bank
- Budget 2014: Carney butts in on a day of surprises
- Key Cameron EU ally: 'no idea' about UK renegotiation
Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
- Scottish Labour U-turn on tax devolution
- Miliband 'furious' at Thornberry tweet gaffe
- Rochester - graveyard for old political vessels
The latest thoughts and insight from Paul Mason, Economics Editor for Channel 4 News
- The truth about low-pay Britain
- The economic state of mind driving people towards Ukip
- Tesco: how confrontation could have prevented a giant mess
Analysis from our award-winning international editor on the conflicts and political movements changing our world.
- Times may have changed for Iran - but US Republicans haven't
- Monday at midnight: will we see nuclear peace in our time?
- What the horrific Kassig murder video tells us about IS
Channel 4 FactCheck goes behind the spin to dig out the truth and separate political fact from fiction.
- FactCheck: how many black Americans are killed by the police?
- FactCheck: can Ukip win anywhere now?
- FrackCheck: is it safe to drill for shale gas?
Our social affairs editor looks at the issues affecting modern Britain in an era of spending cuts and high unemployment.
- What took you so long, Shaun Wright?
- Scotland decides, or Scotland divides?
- Why welfare is a vote winner for Scottish independence
Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
- The Ebola sufferers refused treatment in Sierra Leone
- The man who died alone in the jungle to save others from Ebola
- Building a hospital in the jungle - in just six weeks?
Our science editor with the latest in research and the environment, science and discovery on our crowded planet and beyond.
- Is there a new fracking battle on the way?
- As we focus on Ebola, we underestimate bird flu at our peril
- Eyes on the prize as Rosetta faces comet touchdown
The inside track on justice and injustice – latest analysis from Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
- Government outlaws insurance for ransom payments
- May pushes for greater surveillance in the face of growing terror threat
- 800,000 crimes 'unrecorded every year'
Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
- What next for Nigel Farage and his growing Ukip gang?
- Labour's by-election - but all three main parties are in despair
- Our whole relationship with Europe is now at stake
Our health and social care correspondent analyses a new-look NHS and how changes to the health service affect you.
- NHS staff: struggling to make ends meet
- NHS asks Nice to delay ground-breaking hepatitis C drug
- 'Serious problems' in children's mental health services
Siobhan Kennedy cuts through the daily barrage of business news, from banks to energy firms to retail to regulators. Read her take on the day’s big stories, with just a little bit of mischief too.
- UK banks to pay massive fines for rigging foreign exchange market
- RBS boss outlines plans after bank posts £8.2bn loss
- Third mobile company demands answers over Dishfire
Award winning Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller offers his perspective on original and striking stories from across the world.
- Why Khaled Abu Ghali won the Martin Adler prize
- Take a rare glimpse at North Korea's brushstroke diplomacy
- Iraq: why this isn't 2003 all over again
News and colourful analysis from our award-winning foreign affairs correspondent, with his individual take on events around the world.
- Ukraine one year on: prepare for a cold diplomatic winter
- Why the government believes we need new jihadi terror laws
- Could Alan Turing have worked for our modern security services?
Keme Nzerem on why sport is about so much more than winning and losing.
- Fifa targets 'low-hanging fruit' in World Cup bids row
- Why does football have so few black managers?
- The harsh realities of a vicarious thrill
Kylie Morris is the Washington Correspondent for Channel 4 News and gives her view of life, politics and news from inside the beltway.
- Ferguson riots: the story, but not the whole story
- What began with the death of Michael Brown is not over yet
- Ferguson braced after decision on Michael Brown shooting
Insight and analysis from around the world with Channel 4 News's team of international correspondents.
- Escaping China: the perilous journey of the Uighurs
- What's a political awakening worth? #OccupyCentral protests near end
- 'Triads' behind spike in Hong Kong protest violence, gang leader claims
Technology Producer Geoff White guides you through the latest developments in the world of tech, from cutting edge hardware to the shadowy world of hacking and cybersecurity.
- 'The new Stuxnet' - is GCHQ linked to Regin hacking campaign?
- Why May's greater data powers plan is given a cautious thumbs-up
- Why your credit cards aren't as safe as you think
Follow the big stories as they happen, minute by minute and tweet by tweet.
- #indyref: the live results
- Stiglitz: no need to fear economics of independence
- Polls show Scotland's future is on a knife-edge