Former S*n editor Kelvin MacKenzie sparked more than 800 complaints to press regulator Ipso after criticising Fatima Manji for wearing a Hijab on Channel Four News while reporting on the Nice attack. Writing exclusively for the ECHO, Fatima sets out exactly why he was so wrong It would be easy to dismiss Kelvin MacKenzie as an embarrassing, and serially embarrassed, relic of a bygone era in British journalism.
Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. The epic tale of the 17th-century prince Dara Shikoh and his brother and Aurangzeb, whose dispute played a key role in shaping the history of modern-day India and Pakistan, makes its theatre debut.
There was an unusually emotionally charged atmosphere inside parliament's committee room 14 on Wednesday. It began with the failure of the microphones. "It's a cover-up!" someone immediately yelled to the sound of much laughter from the packed room. A joke, but one that reflected the sentiments of many in this group who have understandably high levels of mistrust in the establishment.
Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. Disability campaigners took their fight to the doors of parliament today to protest against the government's decision to scrap the independent living fund.
Former fashion model Agyness Deyn tells Channel 4 News that she was bruised in her new job as an actress after starring in her first film, Electricity. Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.
Childhood friends Mohammed Nahin Ahmed and Yusuf Sarwar, from Birmingham, went to Syria in May last year intending to join Jabhat al-Nusra - an Al Qaeda affiliate group. They were sentenced today after pleading guilty to engaging in conduct in the preparation of terrorism under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act.
He is a man who survived a massacre. He lived to tell an extraordinary tale of horror, mass murder and a dramatic escape. But there is a numbness about Thaher Abdel Kareem. He is calm, detailed, measured. We take the odd pause in the interview.
The report, due to be published on Friday, also finds a Church of England secondary school failed to safeguard pupils against Islamic extremism. An Ofsted memo to the Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan - seen by Channel 4 News - finds "serious concerns" over the seven schools in east London.
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Selecting a term
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