Oliver Duff was appointed Editor of i in June 2013. He was previously Executive Editor at The Independent, i and The Independent on Sunday, running the newsroom. Formerly a reporter, gossip columnist and news editor, he was fired as the magazine's bar critic after three weeks. A diver and surfer, he's interested in nature and science, politics and diplomacy.
Fifa corruption arrests: A syndicate so removed from reality that it may yet destroy the thing it loves
27 May 2015 11:23 AM
Sepp Blatter is an embarrassment to the world’s most popular game and its fans
13 May 2015 11:54 PM
Republicans will be disappointed – no explosive exchange reveals a man unfit to be king. Indeed, many people will find something they agree with in Prince Charles’s letters. Some of his warnings are prescient, and public reaction will not be a problem, since he already has the reputation of an opinionated, harmless meddler.
06 May 2015 10:57 AM
i Editor's letter: Now it's over to you
30 April 2015 10:49 AM
'Yes, it’s dangerous, but they are not mindless killers'
29 April 2015 06:21 PM
As a new BBC series aims to rehabilitate the great white shark’s image as a terrifying killer, we look at some facts surrounding the ocean's most dangerous predator
29 April 2015 05:43 PM
Oliver Duff speaks to a naturalist brave enough to swim with great white sharks
28 April 2015 09:54 PM
We headed to Bournemouth to stage our fifth debate
23 April 2015 12:00 AM
I’ll miss the spectacle of humanity that is the London Marathon this year – I’m away seeing family. The 30,000 used to run past my doorstep when I lived in a dodgy block of flats near Tower Bridge, which did make nipping over the road for milk quite a challenge. And I’ll never forget the year we stood on the final corner outside Buckingham Palace, where we saw one stricken runner lifted to his feet by fellow competitors, who carried him 200 metres over the finishing line.
22 April 2015 12:00 AM
I was cheered to hear that Nigella Lawson is returning to our screens, her first solo cooking show here since the agonisingly public breakdown of her marriage to Charles Saatchi – and the drug revelations used to try to trash her character. All for the crime of being grabbed by the throat, remember.
21 April 2015 12:00 AM
No one can vote for her. If her troops perform spectacularly, they will still hold only one in every 13 seats in the Commons. And yet Nicola Sturgeon may help to decide who the next Prime Minister is – and shape his actions in office.
EU referendum: David Cameron's rules are a 'democratic disgrace', says French-born Scottish politician set to be denied a vote
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
A nation of inequality: How the UK is failing to feed its most vulnerable people
Australian man punched in the face for defending Muslim women from abuse on train
EU referendum: David Cameron to deny EU migrants and under-18s the chance to vote
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- 4 There is something wrong but very right about this Bible illustration
- 5 Remove smartphones from the hands of under-18s and maybe they will grow up to be less dumb