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When Melanie Road's body was found on a June morning in 1984, it prompted one of the largest manhunts in Britain. But the schoolgirl's killer wasn't found. How did a team of cold case officers rebuild the inquiry after decades and bring justice to a family still in grief?
 
Daniel Hewitt and Shehab Khan from the ITV News politics team chew through the week's big UK political stories and give Political Editor Robert Peston a call from wherever he is to get his take on it all. We'll also be talking to special guests from the world of politics and beyond - and hear from ITV's political correspondents based around the country to find out what's happening beyond the Westminster bubble.
 
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From Kiev to Kharkiv and now stalling across the Donbas, it’s fair to say Vladimir Putin’s war is not going to plan. So how are the Ukrainians continuing to defy the Russian invaders? How much longer could they hold out? And could they even win? Senior International Correspondent John Irvine recently ventured to the very brink of the frontline to s…
 
Cancer patients are hailing a new data frontier in medicine that is helping to improve their treatment options and extend lives. And it’s all based around the clues that lie in you and your family’s DNA. Science Editor Deborah Cohen tells Faye Barker what you need to know.โดย ITV News
 
The families of young children with life-limiting conditions wouldn't put a price on the care they receive at hospices. But providing that crucial support is getting harder and harder at hospices in England because of a staff crisis almost twice as severe as the NHS. Political Correspondent Daniel Hewitt has been reporting on hospices for years aft…
 
As seismic moments go in Northern Ireland’s history, Sinn Féin earning the right to hold the post of first minister is right up there. So what does their election success mean for power sharing in the short term? And what now is the long-term chance of a united Ireland and an end to the United Kingdom? Esteemed author, journalist and filmmaker Eamo…
 
Every May Russia holds victory parades to honour the Soviets who fought against the Nazis. But this year why are families of soldiers recently killed in Ukraine still so supportive of Vladimir Putin’s war against their neighbour? And what is state TV not telling them? Having travelled from the streets of Moscow to putin's rural heartland, ITV News …
 
The Tories have lost control in Westminster - for now just the city council - but what does that defeat and other local election shocks mean for Boris Johnson? Is Keir Starmer right to hail Labour’s gains as a turning point for the party or will he be sunk by the latest beergate developments? And what impact could the local results have on a Lib De…
 
UK inflation is at its highest in decades, with energy, food and fuel prices all soaring - triggering yet another likely rise in interest rates. So how did we get into this cost of living crisis? How much worse could it get? And will it ever end? Business Editor Joel Hills and Deputy Political Editor Anushka Asthana tell News At Ten Anchor Tom Brad…
 
ITV News has discovered hundreds of people remain stuck in prison today, under a law abolished a decade ago. They include an inmate convicted after stealing a cigarette who is still in jail 16 years later - while a 32-year-old man has never returned home after getting two years for stealing a bike at 17. Northern Reporter Sangita Lal, who reported …
 
The Archbishop of Canterbury says it goes against God - Boris Johnson says it’s the morally right thing to do. So why has the UK’s plan to send thousands of migrants off to Rwanda proved so divisive? And could it still be stopped? Deputy Political Editor Anushka Asthana - who has the inside track on disagreements in the Home Office - and Political …
 
Life in lockdown may seem a distant memory in the UK - but deserted streets and empty supermarket shelves are a daily reality right now in China. So, amid rising anger at regular mass testing, quarantine centres dubbed 'Covid prison' and total restriction on movements, is the country’s hardline zero-Covid strategy finally at breaking point? Asia Co…
 
It was just two years ago that Oxford University researchers first trialled the vaccine that would change the way the world has fought coronavirus. But with the battle ongoing - where do they think we stand now? Is enough being done to prepare the UK and the world for future Covid threats? And what might the next generation of booster vaccines look…
 
MPs have approved the plan to open an investigation into whether Boris Johnson misled the House over the infamous lockdown parties. So where does this now leave a prime minister who insists he won’t resign amid cries of a constitutional crisis? Political Editor Robert Peston tells Tom Bradby what you need to know as he reflects on some astonishing …
 
The battle for the Donbas has begun in the war in Ukraine so how is Russia hoping to take an eastern region that stretches for 300 miles. After the humiliation of failing to capture the surrounded capital of Kyiv, has Vladimir Putin learned from his mistakes as he begins the second phase of the invasion? Can Ukraine’s army continue to defy expectat…
 
News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby speaks to Europe Editor James Mates and US Correspondent Robert Moore about their experience of reporting on war crimes committed in Bosnia, Rwanda and Kosovo. The veteran journalists discuss what lessons can be learned from those conflicts when considering whether Vladimir Putin or his Russian troops could be convicte…
 
They are the pills that the NHS believes could help us leave the pandemic behind. Drugs designed to protect the most vulnerable when they catch Covid and cut hospitalisations and deaths by almost 90%! But, as their rollout begins, why isn't everybody cheering? Science Editor Deborah Cohen tells ITV News presenter Faye Barker what you need to know. …
 
America calls Vladimir Putin a war criminal, while China still won’t admit Russia’s even invaded Ukraine. So why does the war in Europe look so different to those in power in Washington and Beijing? And what do the conflicting actions of the superpowers tell us about the prospect of a new world order? Asia Correspondent Debi Edward in Beijing and U…
 
"Nothing I have ever seen has been quite so shocking as loving parents prepared to see their children go to a fate unknown because they have no other choice." In this special first-person account, John Ray reflects on the shocking moment of utter desperation he found deep in the heart of Kabul earlier this year as Afghanistan sinks into the grip of…
 
Inflation and taxes are on the rise, wages are on the slide - and it’s about to get a whole lot worse. So what are April’s main price rises? And what help is on hand to deal with them? In this Cost of Living crisis special, Consumer Editor Chris Choi explains why things have got so desperate before guiding Faye Barker through all of April’s main pr…
 
Having delivered scoop after scoop on the Downing Street pandemic parties, UK Editor Paul Brand gives News at Ten Anchor Tom Bradby his expert analysis on the big new twist in the Partygate scandal. What now after the first wave of fines have been issued by the Met Police? Do they prove Boris Johnson knowingly misled Parliament and will he be force…
 
In this special first-person account, ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reflects on his experiences reporting on the first few weeks of the Russian invasion in Ukraine. Dan shares what it was like to broadcast on the eve of war before lying awake all night as the invasion started and, within hours, the events that led him to the very frontline of t…
 
“It’s not just the most angry I’ve been as a journalist, it’s probably the most angry I’ve been as a human being.” ITV News Political Correspondent Daniel Hewitt had no idea when viewing the home horrors in a family's cramped south London flat at the height of the Coronavirus pandemic that it would be his first steps in uncovering a national scanda…
 
As the cost of living soars, ITV Evening News presenter Mary Nightingale delivers this special podcast on Rishi Sunak's attempt to help people facing the squeeze. We hear the key policies delivered by the chancellor in his Spring Statement in the House of Commons, along with the literary-referencing rebuttal from shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves. Th…
 
What’s it like on the frontline on the biggest refugee crisis to hit Europe since the Second World War? And, with millions of Ukrainians now displaced across the continent, what’s the UK doing to help? Having returned from reporting on the crisis in Lviv, ITV News Political Correspondent Romilly Weeks tells Faye Barker what you need to know. Romill…
 
Is a peace deal between Russia and Ukraine realistic? Why has Russia's advance into Ukraine been so faltering? And has Vladimir Putin's invasion been a massive miscalculation? News at Ten presenter Tom Bradby finds out what you need to know from Europe Editor James Mates. In the episode they talk through the power structure of the Kremlin, the impa…
 
Can the UK survive without Russia’s oil and gas? When will the sanctions on Russia really start to bite? And how will the crisis affect your everyday living costs? ITV News Political Reporter Shehab Khan finds out what you need to know from our Business and Economics Editor Joel Hills and Consumer Editor Chris Choi. In the episode, Joel addresses t…
 
Who are the untrained Brits who have defied official advice to head to Ukraine? What’ll happen to them if and when they come home? And could they end up doing more harm than good? UK Editor Paul Brand has been filming with people who have travelled from the UK to the Polish border to volunteer to defend Ukraine and in this episode tells ITV News Pr…
 
Where are we at in the war? What are the rules for British civilians who want to fight? Why is the war affecting fuel prices? And are Western sanctions actually targeting the right Russians? We asked our TikTok audience for their key questions on the war in Ukraine and they delivered. In this episode Deputy Political Editor Anushka Asthana and Inte…
 
Is talk of World War Three far-fetched or factual after Russia's actions in Ukraine? What - if anything - can the West to stop Vladimir Putin? And what are the ramifications for the world order? In this special episode, News At Ten Anchor Tom Bradby is joined by ITV News Correspondent Robert Moore, ITN’s former man in Moscow and the reigning Journa…
 
What’s it like on the frontline of war in Ukraine? From Kyiv, Global Security Editor Rohit Kachroo tells ITV News Presenter Lucrezia Millarini what you need to know, including the dramatic moment he found himself filming in the middle of a firefight involving Russian snipers. Rohit also describes his experiences of reporting from the underground bu…
 
Claims of war crimes have been labelled against Russia in Ukraine. Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky says civilians were deliberately targeted during the massive bombardment of the second-largest city Kharkiv and the International Criminal Court is looking to launch its own investigation into the allegations. So what evidence is emerging on th…
 
Why is Russia attacking Ukraine? Can anything be done to stop Vladimir Putin? And just how far could the conflict go? In this special emergency podcast, our team of experts from around the world tell ITV News presenter Nina Hossain what you need to know as they assess the ramifications of Russia's military assault on its neighbour. From the Ukraini…
 
Is this the right time to relax Covid restrictions? Will a lack of testing weaken our attempts to track new variants? And how much will a lateral flow cost you come April? Health Editor Emily Morgan and our new Science Editor Deborah Cohen deliver the answers as they join ITV News presenter Faye Barker to analyse the government’s Living With Covid …
 
This week Faye is joined by Deputy Editor of Which? Travel, Naomi Leach, to talk all things travel - and how Brits can get abroad this year for their holidays. Naomi gives us tips on where best to find advice, what the guidance is in the most popular destinations (including Spain), and what families can do to make travel as stress-free as possible …
 
Are frontlines workers in the NHS worried about the lifting of Covid restrictions, when the health service still faces the challenge of winter pressures? When it comes to patients, are they getting the care where and when they need it? In this episode Faye Barker speaks to ITV News Health Editor Emily Morgan to find out what you need to know.…
 
Is it now finally the time that we just learn to live with Covid? With moves to ease off on restrictions and talk of an “endemic”- is this really the beginning of the end of the pandemic? If so, can we ever live our lives the same again, or has our behaviour changed forever? In this episode ITV News Presenter Faye Barker speaks to psychologist Dr N…
 
Can we keep our schools open in January or does the surge of Omicron signal more disruption for children and their families? In this episode, ITV News Presenter and Reporter Faye Barker talks to Dr David Strain, a senior clinical lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical School, to find out if we can send our children back to school with confide…
 
The booster programme in the UK is being accelerated, but how much protection do the vaccines give? In this episode, regular podcast guest Dr Sarah Jarvis and Interim Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, Dr Thomas Waite join ITV News Presenter Nina Hossain to answer your questions about the latest changes. Among the questions this episode: Wil…
 
UK Editor Paul Brand and Political Editor Robert Peston discuss with Mary Nightingale how ITV News broke the story of No10 staff laughing about a Covid-rule-breaking party in Downing Street last Christmas. Paul, who obtained the leaked video, reveals the process of breaking the story, while Robert discusses the backlash. Remember to like, subscribe…
 
Are we facing a nightmare before Christmas? Is Covid going to crush our plans once again, thanks to the new Omicron variant of the virus? Or can we find ways to enjoy the festive season safely with our friends and family? In this episode ITV News presenter and reporter Faye Barker speaks to psychotherapist Noel McDermott to help us navigate some of…
 
Why are Coronavirus restrictions being ramped up in parts of Europe and how concerned should we be here in the UK about the rise in cases elsewhere? Is there a chance that measures like mandatory vaccines for everyone and even further lockdowns could be considered in the UK, or is all of that behind us? In this episode ITV News’s Faye Barker talks …
 
Covid-19 vaccines will be mandatory for frontline NHS workers in England from Spring - but could the decision cause staff to leave? The vast majority of NHS workers in England have been double-jabbed but around 100,000 remain unvaccinated. In this episode, ITV News Presenter and reporter Faye Barker speaks to Health Editor Emily Morgan about the go…
 
Why are cases of coronavirus in the UK so high right now, and how worried should we be? Why do so many other countries have lower case numbers, and would the government’s 'Plan B' of restrictions in England - including a return to wearing facemasks and working from home - make a significant difference alongside vaccines? In this episode, ITV News P…
 
Will no jab no job really become the reality? Could the UK follow America’s biggest firms in demanding fully vaccinated staff? And what can and can’t bosses do to employees who refuse to be jabbed? ITV News presenter and reporter Faye Barker speaks to HR expert Kate Palmer to find out what you need to know.…
 
How have parents responded to vaccines being given to 12 to 15 year olds? What guidance is available for parents and children worried about the jabs? And what happens if a child wants to overrule their parents? ITV News presenter and reporter Faye Barker is joined by Kerry-Jane Packman from the charity Parentkind to answer all those key questions. …
 
Health and social care is set to get a funding boost of £12 billion a year. So what does it mean for taxpayers? Is it enough to solve the NHS's pandemic backlog? And why are many carers so unhappy about it? ITV News presenter Lucrezia Millarini is joined by UK Editor Paul Brand to answer all those key questions and simplify the many complicated iss…
 
How much is the summer festival season to blame for the current rise in cases? What can be done to make crowded events safer? And are young people getting together en masse really aware of the risks of Covid and long covid? Faye Barker puts those questions to Dr David Strain, an acute physician and lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical Schoo…
 
Could children defy their parents if vaccines are rolled out to under-16s? Can the UK cope with the current rise in Covid cases? And are booster jabs now inevitable heading into winter? ITV News presenter Lucrezia Millarini finds out what you need to know from our outgoing Science Editor Tom Clarke. In his final podcast appearance, Tom explains the…
 
Does the idea of a needle injection make your skin crawl? And what impact does the common phobia have on people not getting the jab? ITV News presenter Lucrezia Millarini gets answers from Professor Daniel Freeman, who led a major pandemic study into needle phobia, and Dave Smithson from Anxiety UK, who offers ways to overcome the fear experienced …
 
Claims that vaccines are causing miscarriages are shocking people online - so what’s the truth? Are pregnant women or unborn children at any risk when it comes to the jabs? And how can you search for answers without googling yourself down a worry-filled rabbit hole? ITV News presenter and reporter Faye Barker welcomes back Dr Raj Mathur, the chair …
 
The summer holidays are here, and the travel rules have changed again. Seven countries have been bumped onto the green list, India is set to come off the red list and travel between France and England will become quarantine-free once more for those who are double jabbed. In this episode, Which? Travel Editor Rory Boland joins ITV News Presenter Luc…
 
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