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Meghan Markle faced ‘very real’ threats from far right - says terror cop


Neil Basu was in charge of some of Britain's biggest policing operations of the last decade. (Subscribe: 🤍 The most senior serving ethnic minority officer in the country, as head of counter-terrorism he was the man at the very top during the Manchester Arena bombing, the London Bridge attack and the Salisbury poisonings. Tonight, hours before leaving the Metropolitan Police, he's been speaking exclusively to this programme about battles with his own colleagues on racism, falling out with the government, protecting the royals - and the inside story of the terror plots he foiled, and those he didn't. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Ai Weiwei on China protests and the future of Xi Jinping


Chinese dissident artist and activist, Ai Weiwei, discusses China's protests over the Zero-Covid policy, and the future of President Xi Jinping. (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

16, pregnant and then raped by a soldier fighting for Russia


Ukraine's prosecutor general is investigating 110 cases of rape or sexual assault as a war crime, since Russia's full scale invasion began... a number expected to increase as more evidence emerges from the recently liberated city of Kherson. At least five cases involve children - and our team has spent six months investigating one of them. (Subscribe: 🤍 In March - Daria Fishun, known as Dasha - was raped by a soldier who was part of the Russian occupation forces in the village of Krasnivka, in the Kherson region. She was just sixteen, and pregnant, at the time of the assault. We've gathered evidence that suggests that senior Russian commanders knew about what happened. Warning: there are distressing details in this report. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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Watch Sky News live: A black domestic abuse campaigner who was repeatedly asked where she "really came from" by Prince William's godmother said she felt abused, verbally attacked and "trapped"; the trailer for Harry and Meghan's new documentary series has been released; and Germany have been knocked out of the World Cup, with a win against Costa Rica not enough to secure them a place in the last 16. Read more on these stories: 🔴 'If you touch my hair that's abuse': Charity boss tells of 'violation' during Palace exchange 🤍 🔴 Harry and Meghan's documentary series trailer released by Netflix 🤍 🔴 Germany knocked out of World Cup in Qatar after failing to qualify from Group E 🤍 #SkyNews #BuckinghamPalace #HarryAndMeghan #WorldCup #Football SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 For more content go to 🤍 and download our apps: Apple: 🤍 Android 🤍 Sky News videos are now available in Spanish here/Los video de Sky News están disponibles en español aquí 🤍 Sky News videos are also available in German here/Hier können Sie außerdem Sky News-Videos auf Deutsch finden: 🤍 To enquire about licensing Sky News content, you can find more information here: 🤍

Dodging Russian bullets in Ukraine's freezing trenches


In the freezing, muddy trenches of the Ukrainian front lines - the scenes are reminiscent of the first world war. (Subscribe: 🤍 A bitter fight between Russia and Ukraine for every inch of territory - with troops under almost constant fire. The Russians remain in control of the city of Donetsk in the illegally annexed Donbas region of eastern Ukraine. But fighting continues to the west of the city as Ukrainian forces defend positions to prevent Russian advances. Our international editor Lindsey Hilsum travelled to the Ukranian forward positions to the east of the strategic town of Krasnohorivka just a few kilometres west of Donetsk and spent the day with the 79th Air Assault brigade, who are digging in for a long, cold winter She joins us now from the city of Kramatorsk, which has been hit repeatedly by Russian missiles in recent days. Producer: Rob Hodge Camera: Josh Ho Ukrainian journalist: Maksym Drabok - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

On the frontline of Ukraine's artillery war


NATO has pledged to send Kyiv more heavy weapons as the war in Ukraine heads into its first winter, a war which is becoming increasingly focused on artillery and tanks. (Subscribe: 🤍 Ukrainian troops continue to defend positions around Bakhmut , where both Ukrainians and Russians are sustaining heavy casualties. Our international editor Lindsey Hilsum has been to the front line close to that strategic town and spoken to the soldiers manning the guns. Producer: Rob Hodge Camera: Josh Ho Ukrainian journalist: Maksym Drabok - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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Cost of Living Debate: how bad is it going to get?


The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, says it's a plan to escape recession - higher taxes, lower standards of living, cuts to public services. (Subscribe: 🤍 The people have their say in our Cost of Living Debate. We have gathered a wide range of people to talk about how the cost of living is affecting them. We asked the government and the Conservative Party if a minister or MP would join us but nobody was available. We do have local Tory activists with us who helped turn Darlington from red to blue at the last election. From Labour we are joined by the Shadow Justice Secretary Steve Reed and we also have some experts in the audience to help with the facts. Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Ex-soldier found guilty of manslaughter of man during Northern Ireland troubles


Former British soldier David Holden has been found guilty of the manslaughter of a young man as he walked through an army checkpoint in Tyrone more than 30 years ago. (Subscribe: 🤍 He's the first veteran to be convicted of an historical offence since the Good Friday agreement. Aidan McAnespie was shot in the back as he was on his way to a Gaelic football match. His family welcomed today's ruling - saying they were relieved and happy after their long wait for justice. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Experts explain: Why is the UK economy doing so badly?


The international economic thinktank, the OECD, has warned that the UK will have the lowest growth among the big group of seven industrial countries next year. (Subscribe: 🤍 Only Russia, facing sanctions from the West over its attack on Ukraine, will perform worse. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Frustration mounts as China hits record number of new Covid cases


To China now, where over 31,000 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded today - the highest number there since the pandemic began. (Subscribe: 🤍 In response, the ruling Communist party has extended its strict lockdown measures designed to isolate and eradicate the virus, fueling frustration in a country where many had tentatively hoped zero-covid policies were coming to an end. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

UK faces largest drop in living standards since 1950s


Jeremy Hunt painted a gloomy picture of recession and falling living standards as he announced a £55 billion combination of tax rises and spending cuts to stabilise the public finances. (Subscribe: 🤍 The government's independent forecaster, the Office for Budget Responsibility, says that disposable household incomes will fall by 7% over the next two years, the biggest drop in living standards on record. Most of the spending cuts are delayed for two years until after the next general election. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Scotland ‘will find another way to independence’, says Sturgeon after Supreme Court defeat


No establishment, Westminster or otherwise, will ever silence the voice of the Scottish people - Nicola Sturgeon has told crowds here outside Holyrood. (Subscribe: 🤍 The First Minister said the Supreme Court's decision not to allow the Scottish Government to hold a second independence referendum showed that the UK was "not a voluntary partnership of nations". In Westminster - Rishi Sunak welcomed what he called a "clear and definitive ruling" on the issue. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Boris Johnson resigns: What happens now? Channel 4 News special


Boris Johnson has announced his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party, but says he will continue to serve until the party chooses his successor. During a statement in front of Downing Street, Boris Johnson said he was "immensely proud of the achievements of this Government" - but conceded that it is "clearly the will of the parliamentary Conservative Party that there should be a new leader." So who will replace him - and what will happen to the country while we wait?

Gavin Williamson’s former deputy alleges ‘wholly inappropriate’ threat to MP


It's exactly a fortnight since Rishi Sunak became prime minister with a promise to put integrity at the heart of his administration. (Subscribe: 🤍 One of his first moves was to give a job back at the cabinet table to Sir Gavin Williamson, the former education secretary who had used his skills as chief whip to marshal MPs in support of Mr Sunak's leadership bid. Since then, a string of allegations have emerged - about abusive text messages and, today, a claim that he told an official at the Ministry of Defence to "slit your throat". He denies being a bully. But tonight, exclusively on this programme, a former MP who was his deputy when he was chief whip makes a series of extraordinary claims about his conduct. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Rental crisis: Young people struggling to find homes, some forced out of big cities


Many private tenants are already having to spend more than a third of their income on rent - and tomorrow the Mayor of London is holding a crisis meeting warning that thousands of people could be left unable to pay. (Subscribe: 🤍 Rents are rising by record levels across the country - and on top of the soaring cost of living - that could leave more and more tenants facing homelessness this winter, as Mojo Abidi reports, from Manchester. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Forced into sex work by cost of living crisis


The cost of living crisis and Britain’s faltering economy is causing a significant rise in the number of women returning to sex work, according to the English Collective of Prostitutes. (Subscribe: 🤍 And the organisation says women are putting themselves in much more dangerous situations as they struggle to pay their energy bills and feed their families. The numbers asking for help has risen by more than a third in a year and the vast majority are mothers. Minnie Stephenson has been speaking to some about their experiences. Produced by: Jamie Roberton, Nina Hodgson, Alice Anderson and Matthew Lucas - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Tenants still ill from conditions in Rochdale estate where mould caused two year old’s death


They say they're sorry, they've sacked their Chief Executive and after accusations of racism, they've acknowledged they made assumptions about the lifestyle of two-year-old Awaab Ishak's parents that were wrong. (Subscribe: 🤍 But despite the claims from Rochdale Boroughwide Housing that lessons have been learned, tonight this programme reveals residents on the estate where Awaab died are still being housed in conditions so bad they say it is making them ill. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

China protests: the end of Zero Covid but not Xi - expert explains


Three years after coronavirus was first detected in China, it remains the only major nation pursuing Zero Covid. So as maskless fans enjoy the World Cup and countries all over the world move on, China remains stuck and the people are protesting. After the initial outbreak in Wuhan back in 2020, authorities were quick to clamp down on any emergence of the virus - pursuing a zero-Covid policy. That has seen China officially record a low number of both cases and deaths, a message to the world of how to do it right. But it’s all different, as the country is currently seeing a record number of cases. Today, our presenter Matt Frei discusses the widespread demonstrations in China - and the government’s recent move this week to ease restrictions and lockdowns - finally signalling a shift in its Covid policies after so long. But is the government bending to the will of the people or does Xi Jinping still remain all supreme? Producer: Freya Pickford (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Channel 4 turns 40: Four decades of news in four minutes


It's exactly 40 years since the very first edition of Channel 4 News. Our top stories? Rather familiar: spending cuts, strikes, and British involvement in an overseas war. Some of the familiar faces have changed but we've kept on striving to bring you the most diverse voices and the most challenging journalism - along with just a dash of mischief. Here are some of the highlights of the last four decades - in four minutes.

Economy Latest: Interest rates up as Bank of England warns of long recession


People are already struggling with soaring costs and a tax burden, the highest since World War Two. (Subscribe: 🤍 Now the Bank of England is preparing us all for years of economic pain. Yet today it responded with the biggest interest rates rise for 30 years. The Bank said it had no choice because it needed to control high inflation. So how are people preparing? - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Boris Johnson hanging by a thread after cabinet exodus


There has rarely been a more bizarre day in British politics. A mass exodus from Government ranks. Ministers and aides quitting almost by the minute. A delegation of Cabinet ministers, striding through the doors of Number 10, urging the Prime Minister to go - including newly appointed Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi, who only this morning was proclaiming his support for Mr Johnson. All the while the Prime Minister himself appeared to be living some kind of alternative reality as he told MPs he was having a terrific week and was staying put.

Inside Al Shabaab: The extremist group trying to seize Somalia


For more than fifteen years the extremist group Al Shabaab has been fighting a bloody insurgency in Somalia. (Subscribe: 🤍 Now, as President Biden redeploys American troops to the country, are the group winning the fight? Formed in 2002, by 2008 they controlled much of southern Somalia. They soon pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda and began conducting attacks at home and abroad. In September 2013 they killed nearly 70 people in the Westgate shopping mall attack in Kenya's capital Nairobi. Then again in Kenya in April 2015 Al Shabaab militants killed 148 people at Garissa University College. Back home in the Somali capital Mogadishu they carried out their most deadly attack in October 2017, killing more than five hundred people in a massive truck bombing. In the years that have followed, the group's attacks have become routine. They often kill dozens of civilians a month, as they battle the African Union troops there to try and keep them at bay. Now emboldened by the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan following the US withdrawal, the group are cementing control of their territory, with the aim to take the whole country and implement strict Sharia law. At the moment, Al Shabaab control vast swathes of central and southern Somalia but their reach spreads far further, with Somali government control diminishing. Our correspondent Jamal Osman obtained rare access to film in Al Shabaab territory and travelled to their de facto capital Jilib. Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

China Covid protests: police turn out in force to tackle ‘white paper’ movement


Chinese police have turned out in force, in an effort to head off another night of protests - after demonstrations against the Government's draconian Covid restrictions spread to a number of major cities. (Subscribe: 🤍 Dozens of people were arrested at the weekend, while strict censorship has wiped videos and messages about the protest off Chinese internet sites. The authorities are determined to clamp down on the kind of civil unrest not seen for decades. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Russian relics taken from Ukraine in cultural “looting spree” by Putin’s army


Officials in Ukraine say they will help residents to leave recently liberated areas in the south - where Russian attacks have left millions of people desperately short of water, energy and heating as winter approaches. (Subscribe: 🤍 In Kherson, more stories of violence during the nine month Russian occupation are emerging as well as evidence of another more subtle agenda. When Russia's forces entered, the city's renowned art collections and other items of historical significance were high on the list of targets for looting. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Nurses vote to strike over pay for first time in union history


Nurses have voted to take strike action across the UK in their row over pay. (Subscribe: 🤍 Walkouts by members of the Royal College of Nursing are expected to begin in more than half of NHS services by the end of the year. The Health Secretary Steve Barclay called it "disappointing" and claimed it would lead to delayed care for patients but the RCN said members had been getting a 'raw deal' on pay for years and were saying "enough is enough". - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Rishi Sunak interview: Prime minister on Ukraine, austerity and Truss mistakes


Prime Minister Rishi Sunak sits down with our Political Editor Gary Gibbon to discuss peace in Ukraine, the enduring legacy of Conservative austerity from David Cameron to Boris Johnson - and the impact of Liz Truss' economic policies. (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Boris Johnson vows to 'keep going' after double Tory by-election loss


Boris Johnson has insisted he will "keep going" as prime minister after two by-election losses overnight and the early morning resignation of Conservative Party chairman Oliver Dowden. (Subscribe: 🤍 Mr Johnson is in Rwanda for the Commonwealth Heads of Government conference and unable to deal with the political turmoil that has been sparked by losses in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton. Mr Dowden's resignation letter pointedly did not endorse the idea of Boris Johnson remaining in office. - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Home secretary slams Liz Truss in scathing resignation letter


Another key Cabinet minister is out. (Subscribe: 🤍 Suella Braverman resigning as home secretary this afternoon - apparently over sending an official email from her personal account, but declaring in her departing letter "pretending we haven't made mistakes, carrying on as if everyone can't see we have made them, and hoping things will magically come right, is not serious politics”. The pressure on Liz Truss herself to go is rapidly gaining pace - a prime minister who told MPs earlier, "I am a fighter, not a quitter". But hours later, was forced to reshuffle her Cabinet again. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Who will replace Liz Truss as PM?


It may feel familiar but this episode of Who Wants to Be Prime Minister has one major difference - the former PM has made a shock return. (Subscribe: 🤍 Although so far only Penny Mordaunt has formally declared her ambitions, Conservative MPs have been coming out in support of Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson all day. Tonight, Johnson is in the air after cutting short his holiday in the Caribbean to fight the contest - as each hopeful battles to get the support of at least 100 fellow MPs by Monday. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Ukraine: Russia 'fleeing' Kherson as its civilians reveal brutality


As winter sets in, the war in Ukraine looks set for a new, bloody phase around Kherson. (Subscribe: 🤍 Ukraine's military claimed that Russia's apparent retreat from the city is actually preparation for a false flag attack, and that they expect civilian areas to be shelled. Kherson, in the south of the country, is the only regional capital captured by the Russians since February's mass invasion. It's politically important but militarily difficult to defend, and in recent days Russian forces have appeared to leave the city, setting up a new administrative centre south of the Dnipro river. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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UK immigration centre overcrowding: Home Secretary asked to act


Suella Braverman has spent the day under attack on two fronts. (Subscribe: 🤍 - She came to the Commons to answer allegations that she had told officials not to spend money on hotel rooms for migrants leading directly to the overcrowding crisis in the Manston migration centre. The home secretary insisted she had never blocked the use of hotels. Shealso had to issue a detailed explanation of her use of a private email for government business - a breach of the ministerial code for which she was sacked by Liz Truss. Labour said she was failing on all counts. Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

‘I do think we’ve got an unbelievably bad crop of politicians’ - Marina Hyde


Marina Hyde is a columnist at the Guardian, where she’s worked for over 20 years. She is one of the most admired journalists in the UK and known for her witty analysis of politics and the chaotic times we live in. She joins Krishnan to talk about her new book ‘What Just Happened?!’, an amalgamation of the columns she writes for the Guardian. It spans post-referendum politics in Britain, from David Cameron to Theresa May, to Boris Johnson. Marina also talks about how she became a journalist, the state of British politics and what’s next in her career. Produced by Freya Pickford (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Can Liz Truss survive as PM - expert explains


Liz Truss was always inheriting a difficult job, with a war in Ukraine, a cost of living crisis and a party in need of a fresh start after 12 years in power and the scandals of Boris Johnson. (Subscribe: 🤍 She’s certainly made a mark. Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini budget has been anything but mini, it’s had a huge impact on the markets, mortgages, gilts, and the pound. It’s also had an impact on how her party and the public view her and that’s what could be really lethal. Today, our political editor, Gary Gibbon, takes us through the first few weeks of Liz Truss’s leadership and how it could be ending before it’s even got started. Producd by Nina Hodgson and Ka Yee Mak - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Can A Fullback win MVP? | Ep 3 | Madden 23 Franchise Rebuild


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Chancellor reverses tax cuts and energy help in Liz Truss’ mini-budget


The prime minister is not under a desk, declared Penny Mordaunt as she stood in for Liz Truss today in parliament - the mockery right on the edge of OK when the news is so grim. (Subscribe: 🤍 Earlier, in one of the greatest humiliations in British political history, the current Chancellor Jeremy Hunt had systematically reversed almost every economic policy she'd announced, scrapping or delaying tax cuts and warning of painful decisions to come. Even the energy price guarantee, the central plank of her mini-budget, wasn't spared the chop; that will now end in April, not in two years. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Worst economic prediction for a generation - as UK heads for recession


Normally you'd expect the biggest single hike in interest rates for 27 years would make the biggest headline. But the dismal economic forecasts from the Bank of England make equally grim reading. Rising interest rates will mean mortgage and loan repayments will go up. That bitter medicine is supposed to treat spiralling inflation. And there is also the warning that we are about to crash into a recession like that of 2008.

UK prepares for two-year recession after economy shrinks again


The Bank of England has predicted that the country is heading for a recession that could last two years. (Subscribe: 🤍 The latest GDP figures seemed to confirm those fears. The UK's total economic production in September fell by 0.6% - partly due to the widespread closures for the Queen's funeral. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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