Channel 4 - Latest News Heathrow: a political odyssey as parties shift position 2016-10-25T16:03:45.000000Z Brexit changed the dynamics of this argument for some ministers. You have to look mad keen for business opportunities, you can't afford to play into a narrative that Britain is turning inwards. Labour hit with record £20,000 fine over 'Edstone' tablet 2016-10-25T14:23:00.000000Z The Electoral Commission imposes its biggest ever fine after Labour failed to declare Ed Miliband's notorious stone tablet of promises in its election spending return. Theresa May's 'prestigious' slot for speech to EU leaders 2016-10-21T12:50:21.000000Z A bumper UK/EU free trade deal has always been at the heart of Brexiteers' assumptions about why life on the outside might be better for the UK. Rotherham trial: far right activists in the spotlight 2016-10-20T15:15:29.000000Z The court was told the group looked for opportunities to carry out attacks on Asians and Muslims to give themselves a more militant image than other far right movements. Nicola Sturgeon: border checks 'lack all credibility' 2016-10-14T17:10:02.000000Z Nicola Sturgeon feels that Theresa May has gifted her a priceless argument for the second Scottish independence referendum whenever it comes. Inside Aleppo 2016-10-10T14:39:00.000000Z This is the story of Aleppo - told with the help of one incredible filmmaker in the city who reveals the humanity of many of those trapped inside one of the world's most dangerous places. Theresa May puts herself at the head of the angry mob 2016-10-05T14:53:01.000000Z The message is that great change must come, dictated by the roar of the Brexit vote. She has determined what the roar meant. Philip Hammond: caution and wariness as Brexit edges closer 2016-10-03T19:46:23.000000Z Philip Hammond is addressing business people tonight. A friend said he rather expected the cheers and gasps would happen in the very opposite places where they had in the conference hall for his speec PM to invoke Article 50 before end of March - but then what? 2016-10-02T10:53:14.000000Z Theresa May has given herself a little more leeway on starting the Brexit negotiations with the EU partners. She's also asked the rest of the EU for a bit more help. Should the role of the Gurkhas be widened? 2016-09-27T17:33:00.000000Z If the Gurkhas really want equality then their usefulness should be subjected to the same objective scrutiny lavished on other regiments and corps, writes former soldier Doug Beattie.