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Nadhim Zahawi sacked as Tory party chairman

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Rishi Sunak has sacked Nadhim Zahawi as Tory party chairman after breaking the ministerial code several times (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Sunak says he acted “pretty decisively” by sacking Nadhim Zahawi as Tory chairman

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Rishi Sunak has insisted he acted "pretty decisively" by sacking Nadhim Zahawi for breaching the ministerial code and promised to restore "integrity" to politics. (Subscribe: 🤍 The prime minister also insisted he had followed the "right process". Opposition parties argued that he should have acted sooner. Allies of the ousted Tory chairman complained it was too soon and that he wasn't allowed to make his case. It all overshadowed the governments' announcement of new resources to deal with the crisis in NHS emergency care. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

UK economic crisis: car production hits six decade low

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The number of cars rolling off British production lines has fallen to its lowest level for 66 years. (Subscribe: 🤍 Figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers show that 775,000 were made in 2022 - that's 40% down on pre-coronavirus levels in 2019. It said the global shortage of semiconductor chips was partly to blame. The figures also show that record levels of electrified vehicles were produced - with almost a third of all cars made being either fully electric or hybrid. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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Can the government’s plan for the NHS solve the crisis in emergency care?

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The government's two-year plan to deal with the crisis in emergency NHS care is pretty straightforward. (Subscribe: 🤍 It involves England getting 5000 new beds and 800 new ambulances. But questions remain about how those extra resources will be staffed with so many NHS posts already being unfilled. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Jerusalem conflict: US Secretary of State calls on both sides to honour ‘the vision of two states’

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In Jerusalem, another Palestinian man has been killed by Israeli security forces, as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken touched down in the country. (Subscribe: 🤍 Following a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, he called on both sides to calm tensions and honour 'the vision of two states'. But amid mounting anger and bloodshed, can his words have any real impact? - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

How Ukrainian refugees are handling cultural integration in ethnically diverse areas of the UK

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Just over a hundred thousand Ukrainians have sought refuge in the UK – the vast majority of them women and children. (Subscribe: 🤍 But not all of them have found it easy to settle into a country where the ethnic diversity and cultural values are very different from what they’ve been used to back home. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Nadhim Zahawi sacked from government over tax row

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29.01.2023

It took less than a week for Rishi Sunak's ethics adviser to give him the evidence he needed to sack Nadhim Zahawi. Sir Laurie Magnus concluded that Nadhim Zahawi was guilty of a "serious failure" under the Ministerial Code. Despite having met tax officials face to face to discuss their investigation into his affairs, for more than a year afterwards he failed to disclose this to successive prime ministers as they gave him Cabinet jobs. He even denied he was being investigated in an interview.

Victim of alleged abuse by police officer speaks out

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27.01.2023

The public are waking up to “one of the biggest scandals in British policing history” campaigners have claimed - as police authorities made renewed pledges to root out abusers within their ranks. (Subscribe: 🤍 After a week in which the Met boss admitted the problem went beyond “just a few bad apples”, the National Police Chiefs' Council today claimed “significant progress” was being made in response to complaints from over a hundred victims of alleged abuse by serving officers. One of them spoke exclusively to us, and a warning - her report includes details which some will find distressing. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Russia Ukraine war: US promises Abrams tank firepower to ally

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President Zelenskyy turns 45 today - and he got the birthday wish he wanted. (Subscribe: 🤍 Germany confirmed it would send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine - and allow partner nations to re-export theirs. This was followed swiftly by the United States, with President Biden pledging dozens of Abrams tanks for Kyiv - insisting they posed no offensive threat to Russia. Instead, he told Moscow - if your troops return 'to where they belong, this war would be over today'. As for Russia - they accused the West of moving to a "new level of confrontation." - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Prime Minister orders ethics investigation into tax affairs of Tory chairman

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Rishi Sunak was in Northampton earlier to launch a mental health policy, but instead had to use the event to announce an investigation into one of his own cabinet ministers. (Subscribe: 🤍 Revelations over Nadhim Zahawi's HMRC penalty have raised questions over the Prime Minister's commitment to rebuilding standards. Meanwhile, the man who oversaw their perceived collapse, Boris Johnson, dismissed as 'nonsense' the accusation he helped the BBC's chairman into the job in return for help securing a loan, now also the subject of a Whitehall probe. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Care Crisis UK: how I survived a broken system

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Casey Armstrong has defied the odds of many young care leavers - but her journey through foster care, being forced from a home she loved, came at a huge personal cost. It was her love of physics and science which inspired her to pull herself out of a life plagued by drink and drugs and to finally find a ‘normal life’ at university studying her favourite subject. [Subscribe: 🤍 Children in care are far less likely to achieve good GCSEs or go to university. A quarter of the prison population has been in care. The author of a landmark report into children's social care in England has told this programme the government must commit to radical reform of the whole system - a system failing some of the most vulnerable children in care. The review's recommendations will cost an extra £2.6 billion pounds over the next four years. We also speak to Josh MacAlister, chair of The Independent Care Review - he's put forward a raft of recommendations to overhaul a system few argue is working. A Department for Education spokesperson told us: "Every child deserves the security of a safe and loving home" and said the government will shortly publish what they described as ambitious reform plans for children's social care." - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Germany WILL send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine - reports

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has decided to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. This comes after weeks of intense pressure and this morning a formal request or was it an ultimatum from Poland: allow the US to send our Leopards to Ukraine or we'll do it anyway. (Subscribe: 🤍 Shortly before we came on air, it was reported by Der Spiegl that the Germans have relented and Russia has warned Berlin there'll be a price to pay. So the day has ended for Ukrainian President Zelenskyy a lot better than it began, with a string of sackings and resignations among senior government officials following corruption accusations. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Memphis police chief warns Tyre Nichols footage could be worse than Rodney King video

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The police chief in Memphis, Tennessee has warned that bodycam footage of officers assaulting a motorist - who died three days later - could be even worse than the video of Rodney King attack which sparked riots across Los Angeles, over thirty years ago. Five police officers - who've all been dismissed - have been charged with murder after the death of Tyre Nichols. President Biden has joined the appeals for calm when the footage is released later tonight. Warning: There are distressing images in this report.

Calls for resignations over Zahawi tax inquiry

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24.01.2023

There have been more calls for resignations amid two ongoing political scandals. (Subscribe: 🤍 Tory chairman Nadhim Zahawi hasn't spoken publicly about his settlement with HMRC over millions in unpaid tax. But BBC chairman Richard Sharp did give an exclusive interview today - with the BBC, somewhat unsurprisingly - about his appointment and the disclosure that he helped then prime minister Boris Johnson to secure a loan of up to £800,000. He insisted he would remain in place. “I got the job on merit” he said. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Boy, 13, shoots two people in Jerusalem as tensions mount in Israel

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A father and son were wounded by a 13-year-old who opened fire at a historical site in east Jerusalem - the second attack in the city in the last 24 hours. (Subscribe: 🤍 The boy was shot by two nearby civilians and himself injured - he's now in hospital. It comes after seven people were killed - when a gunman opened fire outside a synagogue as they were leaving sabbath prayers. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Second mass shooting in California in three days heightens fears of copycat killings

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Police have said that the gun used in a mass shooting in California last night was legally purchased. Seven people were shot dead near San Francisco in what officials have described as workplace violence. Several of the victims were of Asian descent. (Subscribe: 🤍 The shooting came after 11 people were killed at the weekend in Los Angeles, when a gunman opened fire at a ballroom frequented by Chinese Americans. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Will the Iran protests lead to regime change? - expert explains

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Last year, Iran was rocked by some of the biggest protests the country has seen since the foundation of the Islamic Republic - as people were calling not just for women’s rights, but ultimately for regime change. (Subscribe: 🤍 Yet how realistic is that in a nation where the crackdown against the protests has been brutal and where the leaders are unwilling to alter the theological and ideological basis of their power? In this week’s episode of the Fourcast, we speak to the head of middle eastern studies at the Royal United Services Institute, Dr Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi. She discusses whether the regime is weak right now and how worrying it is that as Iran becomes more ostracised from the west, it draws closer to Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Sources: AP, Al Jazeera Producer: Freya Pickford - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Donald Trump allowed back on Facebook but will he return?

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Donald Trump was kicked off Facebook after praising participants in the deadly Capitol building riot in 2021. (Subscribe: 🤍 Now Facebook's owner Meta has said he will be allowed back on, albeit with the threat that he will be kicked off again if he crosses what it called "new guardrails". The former president was allowed back on to Twitter last November but hasn't used the social media platform since. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Tyre Nichols cries for mother in footage released of police attack

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Warning: highly distressing images from the start. (Subscribe: 🤍 Traumatic video footage showing a man crying out for his mother as he's attacked by Memphis police officers has been released - a day after all five of the former officers were charged with murder. Tyre Nichols was kicked, punched and sprayed with pepper spray while being restrained - even though he showed no signs of resisting. President Biden said the footage had left him "outraged and deeply pained”. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

PMQs Highlights: Keir Starmer grills Rishi Sunak over Nadhim Zahawi tax scandal

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Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer grills Prime Minister Rishi Sunak over the ongoing tax scandal of Conservative Party Chairman, and former Chancellor, Nadhim Zahawi.

Food inflation hits highest level since records began

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Food inflation has hit its highest level since records began seventeen years ago, with the price of the average shop 13.3% higher this December than it was the year before, according to the British Retail Consortium. (Subscribe: 🤍 Russia's war in Ukraine is continuing to push up the cost of many essential foodstuffs. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Israeli forces kill nine Palestinians in West Bank raid

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A raid by Israeli special forces has left nine Palestinians dead. One of the dead was a 61-year-old woman. (Subscribe: 🤍 The Palestinian health ministry said 20 people were also wounded. The Israeli military said it launched the raid into the West Bank refugee camp in Jenin to detain members of the Islamic Jihad armed group which it accused of having carried out and planned "multiple major terror attacks". They say their troops were shot at by Palestinian gunmen. The death toll - the highest in Jenin in years - has been described as a "massacre" by Palestinians. Hamas - the militant group which controls the Gaza strip - has threatened retaliation. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Royal feud: Prince Harry interviews could open bigger rift with William

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A family feud, a brother scorned, relations "in bed with the devil". There's barely a stone left unturned in Prince Harry's no holds barred memoir - Spare - which is officially released tomorrow. (Subscribe: 🤍 - But many of the book's most explosive revelations have already emerged in a series of television interviews - turning the rift between Harry and the rest of the Royal Family into a gaping chasm. Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Emergency in the NHS: Medics and politicians debate the crisis

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The NHS is in the midst of an unprecedented crisis - it's a true emergency in UK healthcare. In this special programme we have nurses, doctors, paramedics, care providers, patients and experts debating leading politicians - the Health and Social Care Minister Helen Whatley and Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting - over the current state of our NHS. They discuss the ongoing strikes and more fundamentally, how to tackle ambulance delays, hospital waiting lists and GP appointments to get the NHS stable and off the critical list.

Labour calls on Sunak to ‘come clean’ over Nadhim Zahawi tax affairs

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Labour has called on Rishi Sunak to "come clean" over Nadhim Zahawi's tax affairs - and reveal what he knew about the Conservative party chairman's settlement with HM Revenue and Customs last October, when Mr Zahawi was given the job. (Subscribe: 🤍 And the former Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been visiting Ukraine - amid allegations that the Chairman of the BBC helped him secure a loan guarantee, weeks before he was recommended to run the broadcaster. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Ambulance staff accuse government of ‘refusing to talk about pay’

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The voices on the ice cold picket lines this morning spoke of a seemingly frozen dispute between the government and striking NHS workers. (Subscribe: 🤍 Ambulance staff across much of England and Wales walked out again today - with unions once more accusing the government of refusing to talk about pay. The Health Secretary said the disruption was 'hugely disappointing' and gave little sign that the biggest-ever planned walkout of NHS staff can be avoided next month. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Why so many workers are striking - Frances O’Grady

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Frances O’Grady stepped down as the General Secretary of British Trades Union Congress at the end of 2022. She was the first woman to hold the post in TUC’s 154-year history. (Subscribe: 🤍 She is now a Labour peer in the House of Lords where she is committed to abolishing the unelected chamber. She joins Krishnan to talk about the history of the trade union movement, why she thinks workers are going on strike and what the government should be doing to support them and support for single parents. Produced by : Imahn Robertson

NHS crisis: GPs in Scotland quitting due to ‘unsafe situation’

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While the crisis in hospital A&E departments has been dominating recent headlines, the situation in GPs surgeries may be just as less urgent. (Subscribe: 🤍 We're in Scotland where we have spoken to two GPs who have quit the same medical practice on the outskirts of Edinburgh because they say patient numbers are "untenable". And they tell us they're worried they cannot provide a "safe" service. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

200 children have gone missing from the UK’s asylum hotels

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200 children have gone missing from the UK’s asylum hotels. (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Probation officers accused of failings that freed Zara Aleena’s murderer

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Probation officers have been accused of having "blood on their hands" after failings left a sexual predator free to murder Zara Aleena just days after his prison release. (Subscribe: 🤍 Damning findings by a watchdog laid bare a catalogue of errors by probation officers before Jordan McSweeney carried out the brutal attack on the aspiring lawyer in East London last June. Members of Zara Aleena's family called for action against what they said were "failures by people at the top." - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Unions rage as government introduces controversial Strikes Bill

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The government calls it common sense - but Labour and the unions say it’s an attack on the fundamental freedoms of British workers. (Subscribe: 🤍 New powers to limit the impact of strikes in key sectors are something ministers 'don't want to use', said Grant Shapps today, but would help protect 'lives and livelihoods' amid waves of industrial action. Unions meanwhile said they'd challenge the legislation, as they held talks over a possible 'coordinated day of action'. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand PM steps down after burnout

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"I know what this job takes, and I know that I no longer have enough in the tank to do it justice". (Subscribe: 🤍 The words of the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as she announced her decision to step down. Admired globally for the way she led her country following its worst-ever mass shootings and then the Covid pandemic, the woman who was once the world's youngest serving female leader has now lost some of her lustre in the eyes of the New Zealand public. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

How do you ask someone the question: “Where are you from?” Jyoti Patel on identity and belonging.

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“I didn't write this book to be hugely sellable, hugely commercial - I wrote it because it’s a story that I felt needed to be told.” (Subscribe: 🤍 Jyoti Patel’s debut novel, ‘The Things That We Lost’ is the story of a British Gujarati mother and son discovering how they fit into the world and learning how to balance the Gujarati and British sides of their identities. The book earnt Jyoti the Merky Books New Writers Prize 2021, a competition launched by Stormzy and Penguin House UK to discover unpublished and underrepresented writers. In this episode, Jyoti joins Krishnan to talk about feeling othered, why her book is written in the voice of a young man, and how to ask someone the question, “where are you from?” Produced by: Imahn Robertson - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

NHS crisis: has the public lost confidence in the emergency services?

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said it was terrifying that people could ring 999 and not be confident they would get the healthcare they need from the NHS. He was talking about ambulance strikes but an exclusive poll by YouGov for Channel 4 News suggests that's how people feel every day. In our survey, 60% of people said they were not confident they'd get the treatment they need if they ring 999. But the public weren't sure politicians have the answer. When asked who could put it right 14% said the Conservatives, 34% said Labour and 38% said neither. With nurses on strike today and tomorrow, one of the unions representing Paramedics announced four more strike dates.

Mental health: the hidden cost of living crisis

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Now the cost of living crisis and soaring inflation are piling even more pressure on people who are already struggling to pay their bills. And that's taking a toll on their mental health. (Subscribe: 🤍 While the Government has promised financial support for vulnerable people -including £2.3 billion over the next year to boost mental health services- many are turning to charities for help. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Israeli raid left 9 Palestinians dead and 20 injured

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Israeli forces have killed nine Palestinians, including a 61-year-old woman, during a raid in Jenin. (Subscribe: 🤍 - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

Ukraine war, China and Taiwan and beyond: expert explains what might happen in 2023

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Last year there was of course one major story that transformed geopolitics - the war in Ukraine. (Subscribe: 🤍 Putin’s war has had knock-on effects across Europe and the world, so how will this year play out? What could happen to that conflict and the rest of the world in 2023. And what other global news stories can we expect to develop in 2023? In today’s episode we speak to Channel 4 News’ international editor, Lindsey Hilsum, as she previews the year ahead in geopolitics - not offering predictions but focusing on what we should look out for this year, a year that could be pivotal especially to the future of the war in Ukraine. Producer: Freya Pickford - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

'Tax error was not deliberate’, Conservative Party chairman says

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The Conservative party chairman Nadhim Zahawi has admitted that he struck a deal with HM revenue and customs after what he described as a "careless and not deliberate" tax error. (Subscribe: 🤍 The former chancellor has been under pressure to explain a tax dispute surrounding his father's shares in the YouGov polling company - which Mr Zahawi set up in the year 2000. Opposition MPs have called for him to be fired, and demanded an independent investigation. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

Inside UK hospital overstretched and under pressure

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Patients in England are seeing the worst ambulance response times and longest A&E waits on record - while almost 55,000 people waited more than 12 hours in A&E last month, a sharp increase on the month before. (Subscribe: 🤍 The number of beds taken up by people medically fit to be discharged also hit a record high. It has left health service staff wondering how bad things have to get before the government takes urgent action. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍

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