Channel 4 - Latest News FactCheck Q&A: could tactical voting lead to a progressive majority? 2017-04-24T14:04:54.000000Z Gina Miller, the pro-EU campaigner, has launched the “biggest tactical voting drive ever,” raising nearly £300,000 to support parliamentary candidates from different parties who want to stop “Extreme Brexit”. But could tactical voting really make a difference to the election on 8 June? Is there any ... France goes to the polls 2017-04-23T17:59:18.000000Z Two candidates want France to exit the Euro – if not the whole EU. Given what’s at stake, turnout is expected to be around 80 per cent – slightly higher than last time. Because of the state of emergency and the terror alert, tens of thousands of troops have been deployed all over the country. Liberal Democrats rule out coalition 2017-04-23T17:55:57.000000Z Remember coalition politics? Today the Lib Dem leader Tim Farron categorically ruled out any deals with any party. And with Brexit looming large, former PM Tony Blair appeared to urge Labour voters to vote tactically if their Labour candidate supported Leave. Channel 4 News Headlines, Sun 23 April 2017-04-23T17:46:27.000000Z Polls are so close that any two of the four frontrunners in the French Presidential election could go through to the second round – from the far left to the far right. Government seeks delay for air pollution strategy deadline 2017-04-22T18:09:40.000000Z Environmentalists have condemned a government attempt to delay publication of an air quality plan designed to bring down the UK’s illegal levels of air pollution. A last minute appeal by government officials to the high court last night could defer the draft plan which had a legal deadline of Monday... Sadiq Khan interview 2017-04-22T18:05:31.000000Z Jackie Long speaks with the Labour Mayor of London Sadiq Khan at a St George’s day event, and asks him whether the Labour party would avoid any tax bombshells during the election by declaring from the start a platform of raising taxes. Theresa May refuses to rule out raising taxes 2017-04-22T18:03:50.000000Z Having already ruled out cutting the UK aid budget Theresa May refused to repeat her party’s 2015 manifesto promise not to put up income tax, VAT or national insurance. Labour have already claimed the Conservatives are planning a “tax bombshell” if they are returned to power, but Jeremy Corbyn also ... Matt Frei, live from Paris 2017-04-22T18:03:20.000000Z There’s been tight security around a right-wing political party conference in Cologne after thousands of protestors turned up to demonstrate outside the venue. Increased security and tension in Paris after deadly gun attack 2017-04-22T17:59:26.000000Z In Paris there’s been increased security and a tense atmosphere following Thursday’s shooting incident. One security alert at the Gare du Nord led to the train stations closure and delays to rail services. Channel 4 News Headlines, Sat 22 April 2017-04-22T17:55:09.000000Z Theresa May repeatedly refuses to rule out tax rises as she hits the stump for what she says will be the most important election in a generation.