Oliver Duggan

Oliver Duggan has a BA in Politics and Parliamentary Studies from the University of Leeds and an MA in Newspaper Journalism from City University London. He works as a freelance reporter and editorial assistant for The Independent and i with a focus on Home Affairs and politics.

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Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada (AP)

Canada train blast blamed on engineer

He failed to apply enough hand brakes, says rail boss

Woman 'raped in Wimbledon final queue'

Scotland Yard have arrested and bailed one suspect over allegations of "serious sexual assault" in Wimbledon Park

The Faslane naval base near Glasgow

Government to annex Trident base in independent Scotland? Not credible, says No 10

The Government has downplayed reports that it is considering controversial plants to annex its Trident nuclear base in Scotland amid a storm of protests from Scottish politicians.

Pro-choice supporters hold placards in front of the Irish Parliament

Irish abortion vote delayed as late, late debate postponed into second day

Proposed laws would enshrine a woman's right to a termination if her life is at risk

1 July 1 2013: President Mohammed Morsi, right, meets with Prime Minister Hesham Kandil, centre, and the Egyptian Minister of Defense, Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi

Egypt crisis: Revealed - the defiant final days of Persident Morsi

'Over my dead body!' Dramatic accounts from army, security and Muslim Brotherhood officials

The seized Lamborghini Aventador on display outside New Scotland Yard

Glow-in-the-dark supercar gets ANOTHER ticket

The famous Lamborghini was impounded last week and presented as a trophy in police crackdown on uninsured drivers

MPs turn on Commons Speaker John Bercow for claiming £100,000 on jet-setting and chauffeured cars

The Speaker was revealed to have spent £84 on a two-mile trip to the expenses watchdog's office

Getting on: the Earth from space

Watch out for the hot flushes (a few billion years away): Earth enters its mid-life crisis

The far-future Earth will be very hostile to life, says expert

Construction work on the world's largest offshore wind farm, The London Array, off the coast of Margate, Kent

World's largest wind farm opened by David Cameron

The Thames Estuary construction will generate enough energy to power most homes in Kent

Duwayne Brooks was recorded by police without his knowledge

Stephen Lawrence inquiry: Police 'admit bugging meeting involving Duwayne Brooks'

Duwayne Brooks met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at his Whitehall office to discuss claims that the meetings were bugged

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