Emma Hayward

Emma Hayward

Emma Hayward is a producer with Al Jazeera, based out of our London broadcast centre.

Europe

London Fashion Week: Industry leaders not backing Brexit

Fashion industry leaders want the UK to be able to continue to recruit and trade freely with Europe.

London Fashion Week: Industry leaders not backing Brexit

Europe

UK horse racing cancelled after outbreak of equine flu

Six races were due to take place on Friday but the blanket ban to contain the virus made it impossible to go ahead.

UK horse racing cancelled after outbreak of equine flu

Europe

Brexit stalemate: Divisions over UK exiting EU

Seventy percent of voters around Grimsby voted 'leave' - some blame the EU for the decline of the city's industry.

Brexit stalemate: Divisions over UK exiting EU

Europe

Brexit: UK parliament disappoints some voters in Derby

Back in 2016, 57 percent of people here voted to leave, opinion now about the country’s future is still divided.

Brexit: UK parliament disappoints some voters in Derby

Europe

Fears 'no-deal' Brexit could hurt UK farming industry

UK PM Theresa May struggles to find enough backing for Brexit deal amid concerns over effects of potential failure.

Fears 'no-deal' Brexit could hurt UK farming industry

Middle East

The Battle for Hodeidah: Yemeni forces announce new push

Pro-government forces backed by Saudi Arabia say a major offensive is now under way to try to take Hodeidah back from rebel Houthi fighters.

The Battle for Hodeidah: Yemeni forces announce new push

Europe

Vertical farming removes traditional farming constraints

We take you inside the world of vertical farming: Growing crops without in a whole new way.

Vertical farming removes traditional farming constraints

Europe

Emojis, so much more than a smiley in UK exhibition

An art exhibition in the UK showcases our love of emojis and how they can be used for public messaging.

Emojis, so much more than a smiley in UK exhibition

United Kingdom

Disconnecting: Calls to reduce social media use in the UK

As scientists warn that social media use can cause health concerns, campaigners ask Britons to put down their phones and reassess the impact all that checking, posting and updating has on their lives.

Disconnecting: Calls to reduce social media use in the UK

Europe

The UK's new forest plan: 50 million trees over 25 years

The plan calls for 50 million trees planted over a 300-kilometre stretch of land.

The UK's new forest plan: 50 million trees over 25 years

Asia

Security boosted in Kashmir ahead of Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage

Security is being boosted after an attack on a group last year.

Security boosted in Kashmir ahead of Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage

Europe

Windrush generation celebrates 70 years since arriving in the UK

The British government has apologised for the treatment of Caribbean immigrants known as the 'Windrush generation' and has promised celebrations to honour the migrants that helped rebuild the country after World War II.

Windrush generation celebrates 70 years since arriving in the UK