Terri Judd

Terri Judd is a reporter with The Independent, who writes regularly on defence issues, having repeatedly embedded with British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Revolutionary: Portland has one of the highest shares of cycle commuters in the US

Portland's blooming marvellous

Visit Oregon's capital of cool, where the art is avant garde, the food is fantastic – and there are flowers galore, says Terri Judd

Cool quarter: A cobbled street in Gastown

Vancouver: A hundred and fifty years, BC

Western Canada's largest city combines style and youthful energy, as Terri Judd discovers

Sun soaked: the city's brightly painted houses

48 Hours In: Girona

Home to the 'world's best restaurant', this lively Catalan city also offers chic boutiques, a colourful old town and intriguing folklore, says Terri Judd

'Grey jurors' given the nod as age limit raised from 70 to 75

Criminal Justice Minister Damian Green 'harnessing life experiences of people who can offer significant benefits'

Vitaly Milonov was speaking after Mr Fry called for a boycott of the Sochi Winter Olympics because of homophobic prejudice in Russia

Russian politician Vitaly Milonov brands Stephen Fry ‘sick’ during anti-gay rant

Vitaly Milonov also likened homosexuality to bestiality on BBC Radio 5 live

Zanzibar acid-attack preacher Issa Ponda surrenders to police

Radical preacher wanted in connection with the attack on Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee in Zanzibar has gone on the run

One of the former jurors is accused on commenting about the case they were trying on Facebook

Juror who posted paedophile trial on Facebook denies contempt of court

The modern-day perils of using the internet while serving on a jury were all too evident today as two former jurors were brought before the High Court.

Theresa May has admitted 'international relations' were a factor in the Government's decision not to hold a public inquiry

Alexander Litvinenko death: Theresa May admits ‘international relations’ affected ruling

Lawyers representing Alexander Litvinenko have said they would be seeking a judicial review after the Government admitted that “international relations” were a factor in the decision to refuse a public inquiry into the death of the former Russian spy.

Alexander Litvinenko: The former KGB agent died from polonium-210 poisoning in 2006

Alexander Litvinenko: Government refuses calls for public inquiry into death

Spy's widow accuses UK of protecting the Russian state

Sergeant Danny Nightingale and wife Sally leave his court martial in Bulford, Wiltshire

SAS sniper Danny Nightingale guilty of possessing gun and ammunition

Weapon was found in wardrobe and ammunition under his bed in plastic box

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