Channel 4 - Latest News Trump: ‘We have to start winning wars again’ 2017-02-27T20:22:52.000000Z He’s just declared “we don’t win wars any more” – and now the White House says Donald Trump’s forthcoming budget will ratchet up defence spending by a vast $54 billion. My Country: views on Brexit 2017-02-27T20:22:28.000000Z In the days following the Brexit vote, a team from the National Theatre interviewed hundreds of people across the country to find out why they voted the way they did. Yazidi children turned into suicide bombers by Isis 2017-02-27T20:21:14.000000Z The assault on the Yazidi people of Northern Iraq was one of the defining images of the extremist Islamic State group’s rampage through Syria and Iraq. Many were killed or captured, facing a future of sex slavery and servitude. Some children were even recruited by Isis as suicide bombers. Grandmother deported after 30 years in UK 2017-02-27T20:20:10.000000Z It’s not just EU citizens who feel unfairly treated by the British authorities. A grandmother who’s lived in Britain for 30 years has been deported to Singapore, saying she’s been treated like a terrorist. Irene Clennell was removed on Sunday with just £15 in her pocket. Jess Phillips interview 2017-02-27T20:20:00.000000Z Labour MP Jess Phillips, who’s been fairly outspoken about Jeremy Corbyn on numerous occasions. She’s now written a book, Everywoman, One Woman’s Truth about Speaking the Truth, about inequality, violence and internet trolling. EU citizens living with uncertainty after Brexit 2017-02-27T20:19:31.000000Z The Brexit secretary David Davis has promised that Britain won’t suddenly shut the door on EU workers, but hundreds of thousands of European citizens here are increasingly worried about their future. Andy Davies has been speaking to one couple about how it feels to live with such uncertainty. Major: ‘more charm, less cheap rhetoric’ in Brexit talks 2017-02-27T20:17:11.000000Z The former Prime Minister John Major has called on Theresa May to inject “a little more charm and a lot less cheap rhetoric” into the Brexit negotiations. Disability benefits debate 2017-02-27T20:14:09.000000Z Conservative MP Chris Philp and Labour MP Rachel Reeves. Government defends changes to disability benefits 2017-02-27T20:12:01.000000Z The Government has defended plans to restrict access to disability benefits, despite court rulings that more people should receive financial help. Oscars mishap: Moonlight trumps La La Land 2017-02-27T20:09:14.000000Z The award for best performance at an awards ceremony goes to – well, no-one at last night’s Oscars, which ended in chaos after the wrong film was declared the winner.