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Krishnan Guru-Murthy gives his take on life, the news and everything.
- Shashi Tharoor on politics, India and his wife's death
- Cameron drops his Flashman style, Miliband comes out fighting
- 10 things about that Richard Ayoade interview
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.
- We need to talk about girls' mental health
- 'I feel less of a woman': living with FGM
- Is Andy Burnham really the best bet to see off Jeremy Corbyn?
Faisal Islam has left Channel 4 News. You can read his archived blogs here.
- 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.
- Honours backlash - but will it matter to Lords votes?
- Chilcot Iraq war report: a timetable for a timetable
- Labour's rogue voters problem may be 'woefully underestimated'
The latest thoughts and insight from Paul Mason, Economics Editor for Channel 4 News
- China: danger of an open currency war
- Decoding the IMF: Greek deal doomed, exit likely
- Greece wins euro debt deal - but democracy is the loser
Analysis from our award-winning international editor on the conflicts and political movements changing our world.
- Migrants or refugees: what's the right word?
- China: has there been an official cover-up?
- Saif al Islam sentenced to death - but Libyan judicial system is far from fair
Channel 4 FactCheck goes behind the spin to dig out the truth and separate political fact from fiction.
- FactCheck: Farage confused on immigration
- FactCheck: What will Labour's next leader do to the economy?
- FactCheck: has the RBS sell-off lost the government £1bn overnight?
Our social affairs editor looks at the issues affecting modern Britain in an era of spending cuts and high unemployment.
- Who cares after young people leave care?
- Who cares? Record numbers of children in care facing poor outcomes
- What took you so long, Shaun Wright?
Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
- Glasgow bin lorry inquiry: 'remarkable lack of compassion'
- Palmyra's Khaled Asaad: 'I was born here, I will die here'
- How football is tarnished and damaged by ignoring free speech
Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
- Bank holiday weekend: rain or shine?
- This weekend: summer heat returns, but will it last?
- Taiwan under threat from second typhoon in a fortnight
Our science editor with the latest in research and the environment, science and discovery on our crowded planet and beyond.
- Dementia in decline, latest research suggests
- London gets the seal of approval from some well-loved mammals
- Ashya King is back - but was it right for him to go?
The inside track on justice and injustice – latest analysis from Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
- Cherry Groce's family to sue Met police for damages
- Gove to focus on prison education as way of reducing reoffending
- Prison 'rehabilitation revolution' lies in tatters
Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
- Why entrism is such a small part of Jeremy Corbyn's rise
- Cameron 'personally ordered' payments to Kids Company
- Government attacked for 'rigging' of electoral system
Our health and social care correspondent analyses a new-look NHS and how changes to the health service affect you.
- The 'revolving door of care': unsafe hospital discharges
- Ambulance crisis: why taxis are filling the cracks in the system
- New duty of candour legislation creates 'two-tier health system'
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.
- Google: is it at risk of going against its own 'don't be evil' mantra?
- Was the Governor flip-flopping on interest rates?
- MPC split 8-1 - but interest rates kept on hold at 0.5 per cent
Award winning Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller offers his perspective on original and striking stories from across the world.
- Bangkok bomber 'still in Thailand'
- UN: Israel and Palestinians may both be guilty of war crimes in Gaza conflict
- Israel's Mark Regev: UN war crimes inquiry 'a kangaroo court'
News and colourful analysis from our award-winning foreign affairs correspondent, with his individual take on events around the world.
- Greece's rebellion will only harden Germany's approach
- With Syria and Iraq, there is no Plan B - and the omens are not good
- Time for Turkey to come to terms with its Ottoman past
Keme Nzerem on why sport is about so much more than winning and losing.
- Do you need to be posh to play cricket?
- Has doping row left Mo Farah exposed to guilt by association?
- Mo Farah: do two missed dope tests really prove anything?
Kylie Morris is the Washington Correspondent for Channel 4 News and gives her view of life, politics and news from inside the beltway.
- What Donald Trump did last night...
- Gregory Russeau: Life on death row
- Kwame Kwei-Armah: bringing Bob Marley to Baltimore
Insight and analysis from around the world with Channel 4 News's team of international correspondents.
- Miguel Angel Jimenez: reflections on a murdered Mexican activist
- Almuerzo con la mamá de 'el Chapo'
- Lunch with 'El Chapo's' mum
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.
- Apple Pay: who profits?
- Cyber attack: did a panda maul the US government?
- Why tech companies think they can do news...
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