Channel 4 News

January 2019

Wed 16 Jan, 7pm

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Including reaction to the results of the no confidence vote, from MPs on all sides. And the big question: what happens next?

Tue 15 Jan, 7.57pm

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The second half of Tuesday 15 January's special extended News, as MPs finally vote on the PM's Brexit withdrawal agreement. What next for our relationship with the EU, and for the government?

Tue 15 Jan, 7pm

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The first half of Tuesday 15 January's special extended Channel 4 News, as MPs finally vote on the PM's Brexit withdrawal agreement. What next for our relationship with the EU, and for the government?

Mon 14 Jan, 7pm

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Theresa May uses a letter from the EU to try to win around Brexiteer MPs before Tuesday's crucial vote on her withdrawal agreement

Fri 11 Jan, 7pm

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The future of a planned new nuclear power station in north Wales is in doubt, following reports that negotiations between the government and the Japanese giant Hitachi have hit an impasse

Thu 10 Jan, 7pm

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We're in Leeds with an audience of young people who were too young to vote in the Brexit referendum. Polling shows most of them want a new vote and 87% of 18 to 20-year-olds back Remain.
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Wed 9 Jan, 7pm

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MPs deal the PM another Brexit defeat: if she loses next Tuesday's vote she'll have to provide a plan B within three days. And we report from east London after a 14-year-old boy is stabbed to death.
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Tue 8 Jan, 7pm

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Ministers use 2019's first cabinet meeting to spell out the dangers of a no-deal Brexit. Police promise to deal 'robustly' with pro-leave protesters who barrack MPs outside Parliament.
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Mon 7 Jan, 7pm

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The PM says she'll fight for more assurances from the EU, ahead of next week's Commons vote on her withdrawal agreement. Plus: Kevin Spacey in court charged with sexually assaulting a teenage barman.
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Fri 4 Jan, 7pm

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Dredging work continues in Ramsgate in case there's a no-deal Brexit. And is being glued to a screen really bad for children? Perhaps not, say paediatricians, as long as they have a balanced life.
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