Paul Gallagher

Paul Gallagher is a reporter for the Independent and Independent on Sunday having joined the group in 2012. He has previously worked for the European Voice, Daily Mirror and the Observer and been based in Brussels, Belfast, Tokyo and London.

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Almost all of the officers under investigation for alleged violence against members of the public are still on the beat

Over 3,000 police officers being investigated for alleged assault - and almost all of them are still on the beat

Exclusive: An Independent investigation found that black and Asian people are significantly more likely than white people to complain of police brutality

Brixton Market/Brixton Village, London, UK. The area has been the centre point of protests due to the rising value of property and the gentrification of the area bringing with it rapid social changes that locals are unhappy with. (Picture: Rick Findler)

Battle for Brixton: Residents and retailers fight back as gentrification pushes poorer families out the area

Locals and businesses fear development plans for the area will price them out

The old logo of Loughborough University

Loughborough becomes the latest university to be hit by a campus revolt over a new logo

Kings College London and UCA have also irked students over their rebranding

Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, talks to medical staff prior to delivering a speech in 2013 on the ‘silent scandal’ of errors in the NHS

NHS struggling to monitor the safety and efficacy of its services outsourced to private providers

Report finds that companies are not being properly assessed for their quality of care

Pitt and Jolie bought the 1,200 acre Château Miraval in 2008 for $55 million and the estate played host to their secret wedding in August 2014

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine being copied by Chinese counterfeiters

The Perrin family, who joined forces with the Hollywood couple to produce their Miraval Rosé, found evidence of faked bottles being advertised in China

Euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke

Right-to-die campaigner 'Dr Death' Philip Nitschke facing arrest

The Australian has previously assisted patient suicides in his home country

Vice-chancellor Bill Rammell, right, with Helen Bailey with whom he formed a relationship in 2013

Lecturers at the University of Bedfordshire turn on 'pay and perks' vice-chancellor

Former Labour minister Bill Rammell has called for redundancies while claiming huge expenses for world travel

Helicopters used by the Metropolitan Police

Anger as popular Scotland Yard helicopter Twitter account changes after rebranding

'We have gone from one of the best, most engaging police Twitter accounts to one of the blandest, transmit-only ones in one fell swoop'

The University of Warwick launches new department to employ all temporary or fixed-term teaching staff

The move stokes fears of a growing casual work force in Higher Education

Most historians believe Richard killed his nephews in the summer of 1483, although there is no hard evidence linking him to the murders

Richard III Society turns its attention to who killed the princes in the Tower

After finding their man more than 500 years after he was killed, the group will now examine the fate of the king's nephews

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China's influence on fashion

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The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers
Vince Cable interview: Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'

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Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'
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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Homeless people keep mobile phones

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