Duncan Campbell
Duncan Campbell
Duncan Campbell is a British journalist and author who has worked particularly on crime issues. He was a senior reporter/correspondent for The Guardian from 1987 until 2010. Campbell shares a name with another British journalist named Duncan Campbell, a specialist in intelligence and security who was prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act in the ABC trial in 1978.
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Silverman Sherliker LLP | DP Increases Distance from Regulator - Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
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PM understands some critics of the former panel members, Duncan Campbell, Olivia Dickson and Michael Maunsell who will step down in early 2012, had suggested the problems with the DP were derived from individuals on the panel who were without the
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Los Angeles: A Model of Police/Media Relations? - mediabistro.com
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Guardian journalist Duncan Campbell, who was the paper's LA correspondent for a number of years, had an interesting column yesterday about Scotland Yard's attempt to permanently restrict unsupervised
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Residential Schools: Canada's Inglorious Educational Past - Scoop.co.nz (press release)
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As Duncan Campbell Scott, the Deputy Superintendent General of the Department of Indian Affairs in 1920, stated, “Our object is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed into the body politic, and there is no
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Deloitte Receives Three Awards at HP DISCOVER - Sacramento Bee
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Duncan Campbell, vice president, Converged Infrastructure, HP, added, "To manage the changing demands of their customers, organizations have to accelerate time to market and time to business value. HP, together with Deloitte, helps break down rigid IT
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$120 per day - well howzat? - Pakenham Cardinia Leader
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Secretary Duncan Campbell said a keen interest in the game and sound knowledge of its rules was necessary, but previous senior umpiring experience was not essential. “Training and support is provided to all new umpires,” Mr Campbell said
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Masterful display by Bradford judo quartet - Bradford Telegraph and Argus
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Richard Brown emphatically won gold in the M3 under- 81kg category, Duncan Campbell also taking gold in the under-100kg division. All were selected for the Great Britain Masters squad and have their sights firmly set on the European Championships in
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Mix launches search for new Sydney breakfast host after Rochford moves to TV - MuMbrella
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The Australian Radio network issued a statement from national content director Duncan Campbell saying: “We wish Andrew all the best with his new TV venture in 2012. We are now actively looking for Andrew's replacement and should be in a position to
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Siemens PLM Software Named HP AllianceONE Partner of the Year - CAD CAM News
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“To manage the changing demands of their customers, organizations have to accelerate time to market and time to business value,” said Duncan Campbell, vice president, Converged Infrastructure, HP. “HP and Siemens PLM Software help break down rigid IT
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As Economy Tanks, “New Normal” Police State Takes Shape - Dissident Voice
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Duncan Campbell, a British journalist and intelligence expert, who along with New Zealand journalist Nicky Hager, helped blow the lid off Echelon, offered two instances of US corporate spying in the 1990s when the newly-elected Clinton administration
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Scott Van Wynsberghe: Britain's Official Secrets Act has taken a toll on ... - National Post (blog)
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The real poster boy, however, was muckraker Duncan Campbell, whose coverage of intelligence matters during 1977-1987 earned him various police raids, one OSA conviction and the shelving of a film he made for a weak-kneed BBC. Oddly, it turned out to be
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Strict curbs on paedophile rapist - BBC News
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Duncan Campbell, legal spokesman for Strathclyde Police, said: "Orders like this are sought to enhance public protection and to enable police officers to enforce certain elements of a risk plan. "Strathclyde Police works closely with partner agencies
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Today in History - Aug. 2 - mysask.com (press release)
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In 1862, Canadian poet Duncan Campbell Scott was born in Ottawa. His lifelong service in what later became the Department of Indian Affairs gave him a detailed knowledge of Indian life which influenced his poetry. Scott also wrote short stories,
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Gill South: Bugs in the system - New Zealand Herald
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I like the fact that BodyTalk practitioner Duncan Campbell has a little pink balloon on his letterbox so I know where to come to. Duncan has been recommended by a good contact of mine who is a highly sensible ex-lawyer. According to a definition I like
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Pachyderms hear about sovereign citizens - Coeur d'Alene Press
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He lives about 10 miles south of Priest River, and is currently involved in a lawsuit with the family of Alexander-Duncan: Campbell (the unorthodox punctuation is deliberate). Campbell is a sovereign citizen, Finman said, who formerly lived in a house
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Press regulation needs to be reformed, but not by settling old scores - The Guardian
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Say, Bill Hagerty, former editor of the People, now editor of the British Journalism Review; or Duncan Campbell, retired crime correspondent at the Guardian, or Sir Max Hastings. It's not a difficult list to expand. But, unexpanded, it's also a list
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Six Westman skaters still in provincial mix - Brandon Sun
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The local picks are defencemen Sam Houston of Boissevain and Jordan Thomson of Wawanesa and forwards Duncan Campbell and Brett Kitt of Brandon, Michael Fortin of Souris and Jayce Hawryluk of Roblin. Kitt and Hawryluk are 2011 draft picks of the WHL's
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Biggs deal - BBC News
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Duncan Campbell, the investigative journalist who has written extensively on police corruption of the 70s and 80s, sees some parallel with today's events in the evident "chumminess" between editors and senior officers. But he points out that there's a
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4-H'ers vie for best shot - Delta County Independent
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Duncan Campbell, Delta County; 4. Samantha Ingalls, Mesa County; 5. Johnny Tull, Mesa County. 1. Tory Welt, Delta County; 2. Zack Boutwell, Montrose County. 25-Foot Utility–Junior — 1. William Shaner–Garfield County; 2. Cameron Brown, Mesa County; 3
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Duncan Campbell
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    In June 2009, it was announced by The Guardian that Campbell would take voluntary redundancy and he now works as a freelance writer, including for The Guardian.
    More Details Hide Details Campbell is the author of two novels - The Paradise Trail (2008) and If It Bleeds (2009). The Paradise Trail is set largely in India in 1971, it is partly a murder mystery and partly an affectionate depiction of life on the "hippie trail": the cheap hotels and eating places, the music, the drug-fuelled conversations. Campbell has also written several nonfiction books, including a history of British crime from the 1930s to the 1990s (The Underworld, 1994 - based on the BBC television series) and That Was Business, This Is Personal (1990 - a series of interviews with criminals and those who pursue them). A Stranger and Afraid (1997) covers the story of Caroline Beale.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1978
    Campbell shares a name with another British journalist named Duncan Campbell, a specialist in intelligence and security who was prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act in the ABC trial in 1978.
    More Details Hide Details Campbell was educated at Glenalmond College, an independent school in Perth and Kinross in Scotland. His wife is Academy-Award winning British actress Julie Christie, his life partner since 1979, whom he married in India in November 2007. Campbell was a copywriter for advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather before he quit in 1971, aged 26, to visit India, and pursue an ambition to become a journalist. Decades later, he turned the experience of the trip into his first novel, The Paradise Trail. Prior to joining The Guardian, Campbell worked for the London Daily News and City Limits (both defunct), Time Out and LBC Radio. He has also worked on BBC Radio Five Live's Crime Desk programme.
  • OTHER
  • 1944
    Born in 1944.
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