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 Will the Chancellor's Job Support Scheme curb the rise in unemployment? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
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Will the revised Job Support Scheme - due to cost the government £300 million a month, rather than the almost £4 billion a month ...
 US Election 2020: Will Arizona turn its back on the Republican Party? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 days ago
The Republicans have won Arizona at almost every election since 1952 when Dwight D Eisenhower was elected - apart from Bill ...
 Coronavirus: Could the UK adopt a German-style jobs scheme? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 days ago
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to make an announcement about what happens after the furlough scheme expires at the end of ...
 Coronavirus: Are the new measures enough to avoid a second national lockdown? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 days ago
Boris Johnson has said new coronavirus measures could be in place for up to six months and warned restrictions could be further ...
 Brexit: Internal Market Bill clears first hurdle in Commons - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
11 days ago
A proposed law giving Boris Johnson's government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU has passed its ...
 Further restrictions as the UK's #Covid19 alert level raised - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
4 days ago
All pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 22:00 closing time from 24 September 2020, ...
 UK Border tensions: Anti-immigration protests on the rise – BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
10 days ago
As increasing numbers of migrants attempt to reach the UK in small boats, anti-immigration protests targeting asylum seekers ...
 Can Donald Trump retain the presidency? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 months ago
With less than 100 days until the US Presidential election, coronavirus cases are still increasing, unrest continues on the streets ...
 QAnon: The conspiracy theory spreading fake news - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
Twitter has become the first social media outlet to announce a crackdown on the QAnon conspiracy theory, banning thousands of ...
 Coronavirus: How much is it costing and who will pay? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
23 days ago
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told Tory MPs there won't be a “horror show of tax rises with no end in sight”, but with the UK cost of ...
 James Rebanks on the future of farming - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
7 days ago
With many of us now accustomed to working from home, some dream of quitting the rat race altogether, for what they hope will be ...
 US Election 2020: What is the Democratic strategy? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 months ago
The Democratic National Convention is in full swing in Wisconsin - albeit virtually. But what is the Democrat strategy for ...
 Father Ted creator Graham Linehan on trans rights - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
7 months ago
Father Ted writer Graham Linehan says his online campaign against what he calls 'trans rights activists' has made him the 'most ...
 Spitting Image at 30 - NewsnightBBC Newsnight
6 years ago
Anthony Wall, editor of the BBC's Arena programme, has just finished a documentary about Spitting Image. Newsnight asked him ...
 UK-China relations: A turning point in global foreign policy? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
The UK's relationship with China, the world's second largest economy and most populous country, has worsened. Subscribe to ...
 Ex-US ambassador ‘does not regret’ Trump criticism - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
17 days ago
In an exclusive interview the UK's former Ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch, tells Newsnight's Emily Maitlis he does not ...
 Coronavirus: They tell us it's a great leveller... it's not | Emily Maitlis | @BBC Newsnight - BBCBBC
5 months ago
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 David Mitchell's manifesto for Britain - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
10 months ago
Comedian David Mitchell tells Newsnight he has come to the "dispiriting conclusion" the Internet is a disaster. Subscribe to our ...
 Coronavirus: Lockdown child sexual abuse 'hidden by under-reporting' - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
9 days ago
A significant drop in the number of child sexual abuse cases reported to police during lockdown masks the true extent of what's ...
 Transgender treatment: Puberty blockers study under investigation - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 years ago
England's only NHS youth gender clinic lowered the age at which it offers children puberty blockers, partly based on a study now ...
 Tommy Robinson: ‘You didn’t expose abuse’ - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 years ago
This report contains some strong language Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F When Tommy Robinson - real ...
 Paxman interviews Anjem Choudary in 2010 (Newsnight archives)BBC Newsnight
4 years ago
Anjem Choudary - one of the UK's most notorious radical clerics - has been convicted of inviting others to support so-called ...
 Christopher Nolan: The full interview - NewsnightBBC Newsnight
4 years ago
Our culture correspondent Stephen Smith caught up with blockbuster film director Christopher Nolan at the BFI London Film ...
 Is President Trump heading for defeat in November? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 months ago
Almost four years on from the 2016 election, when Donald Trump was elected President, the race for the White House has begun ...
 Robert De Niro claims Trump doesn't 'care how many die' from coronavirus – BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
4 months ago
Oscar winner Robert De Niro talks to Emily Maitlis about what it's like to be living in the US coronavirus epicentre of New York and ...
 From Brexit to coronavirus: Scotland’s changing political landscape - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
8 days ago
As May 2021's Holyrood elections edge closer, how are Brexit and the pandemic playing into the changing Scottish political ...
 US Election 2020: Could law and order secure Trump a second term? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
24 days ago
As Donald Trump visits Kenosha, is he looking for a peaceful solution to racial violence or trying to sew division for political gain?
 What happened to Boris Johnson’s ‘oven-ready’ Brexit deal? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
17 days ago
Is the government getting ready to tear up a treaty its already signed to get the Brexit it wants? Subscribe to our channel here: ...
 The difficulty of international Covid-19 comparisons - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
8 days ago
As #Covid19 cases rise again, how can we compare figures internationally when no two countries have the same testing regime?
 Prince Andrew ‘must cooperate’ over Epstein after Ghislaine Maxwell charged - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
Sir Keir Starmer says Prince Andrew must cooperate with the FBI over his links to Jeffrey Epstein. But what should this cooperation ...
 Emily Maitlis sums up nation's mood over Dominic Cummings in Newsnight introThe Independent
4 months ago
Emily Maitlis has been praised for her introduction to a Newsnight special after she opened the show by saying the PM's chief ...
 Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal: The Newsnight Interview - BBC NewsBBC News
10 months ago
In a Newsnight special, Emily Maitlis interviews the Duke of York as he speaks for the first time about his relationship with ...
 Can we eliminate coronavirus? Lessons from New Zealand's response - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 months ago
New Zealand has put its largest city back into lockdown after recording four new Covid-19 cases, ending a 102-day streak without ...
 'I don't trust politicians & corporations in this country' Russell Brand - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
5 years ago
Russell Brand has spoken to Newsnight about his "alternative to corporate hegemony". Presenter Evan Davis quizzed the comic ...
 Coronavirus: Why did the UK lockdown so late? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 months ago
On 23 March 2020, the UK went into a coronavirus lockdown in an attempt to stem the spread of the virus. But why didn't the ...
 Melania Trump has 'a transactional marriage', says ex-aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
14 days ago
In her only UK broadcast interview, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff - Melania Trump's former friend and aide - joins Newsnight's Kirsty ...
 Paxman vs Russell Brand - full interview - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
6 years ago
Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman talks to Russell Brand about voting, revolution and beards, as he launches his guest edit for the New ...
 Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein FULL INTERVIEW - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
10 months ago
The Duke of York speaks to Emily Maitlis about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations against him. Subscribe to ...
 Detransitioning: Reversing a gender transition - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
10 months ago
The number of people openly questioning their gender identity has increased over the last decade. Subscribe to our channel ...
 Coronavirus: Why have masks become such a battleground? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
As Scotland makes the wearing of face coverings in shops mandatory, we ask why there is such an argument about wearing a ...
 John Cleese on Brexit, newspapers and why he's leaving the UK - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 years ago
Watch the full interview between John Cleese and Emily Maitlis where the Monty Python star explains why newspapers have ...
 Labour pays damages to anti-Semitism whistleblowers - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
As the Labour party agrees to pay damages to former employees who sued the party in an anti-Semitism row, former leader ...
 Explained: Line-by-line analysis of Emily Maitlis' Dominic Cummings Newsnight introPoliticsJOE
3 months ago
Emily Maitlis' powerful monologue while introducing Newsnight prompted gushing praise and raging criticism. The emotive ...
 How does Donald (Trump) compare to Ronald (Reagan)? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 years ago
It's 36 years since the inauguration of Ronald Reagan, the former Hollywood actor. Subscribe to our channel here: ...
 A-Level results row: What happens now? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 months ago
Accusations of unfairness over this year's A-level results in England have focused on an "algorithm" for deciding results of exams ...
 Matthew Perry debates drug courts with Peter Hitchens - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
6 years ago
Think-tank Policy Exchange is calling for more drugs courts - on which former addicts might sit as magistrates - in the UK and has ...
 Russia report: What does it say and did government really underestimate the threat? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 months ago
The Intelligence and Security Committee in Parliament have published the long-awaited report into Russian interference in UK ...
 What should be taught in Muslim schools? - NewsnightBBC Newsnight
6 years ago
After the Trojan Horse episode in Birmingham, Ibrahim Hewitt and Maajid Nawaz of the Quilliam Foundation discuss what exactly ...
 Westminster bullying scandal: MPs support formation of bullying complaints panel - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 months ago
MPs have voted in favour of supporting the formation of an independent panel of experts to deal with bullying and harassment ...
 Theresa May: A profile by Matthew Parris - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 years ago
Who is the real Theresa May? What does she stand for? Times columnist Matthew Parris has this in-depth profile. Newsnight is ...
 Coronavirus: Why school closures are worse for poorer pupils - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
5 months ago
Experts warn the closure of schools to most pupils could mean a widening of the attainment gap between rich and poor. Subscribe ...
 How President Trump is reacting to the coronavirus pandemic - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
5 months ago
The Covid-19 death toll in the United States has surpassed fatalities from 9-11. But how is President Donald Trump handling the ...
 Coronavirus: The 'reasonable worst case scenario' this winter - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
28 days ago
A leaked government report suggests a "reasonable worst case scenario" of 85000 deaths across the UK this winter due to ...
 Explained: How coronavirus spread through Britain’s care homes - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
3 months ago
Newsnight has seen exclusive data that shows large numbers of asymptomatic staff could have been unknowingly spreading ...
 The famous Paxman-Michael Howard interview - Newsnight archives (1997)BBC Newsnight
4 years ago
In which Jeremy Paxman grills former Home Secretary Michael Howard - asking him the same question 12 times. "Did you ...
 Coronavirus: Is the relationship between China and the West changing? – BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
4 months ago
Is anyone willing to stand up to one of the world's most powerful nations? And is China using coronavirus to 'bully' the world?
 Weinstein ex-assistant speaks out - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
2 years ago
In her first TV interview, Harvey Weinstein's former assistant, Zelda Perkins, speaks out on why she wants gagging laws to be ...
 Angela Merkel steps down: What next? - BBC NewsnightBBC Newsnight
1 years ago
As Angela Merkel steps down from her party leadership, Newsnight goes to Germany to ask what it might mean for the country ...