7 July 2021,
Duncan Campbell looks back over the lives ruined by just one corrupt police officer and what the case reveals about Britain's failing criminal justice system
12 February 2021,
Duncan Campbell remembers what it was like working for the late newspaper proprietor Robert Maxwell and considered whether he gets a fair hearing compared to the antics of his fellow press barons
9 October 2020,
As the public inquiry draws to a close, Duncan Campbell reports on the testimony of former Detective Chief Superintendent Dave Cook who has been silenced for nearly nine years
11 August 2020,
Duncan Campbell reports on the haul of guns, drugs, and money by Operation Venetic, but also potential legal problems over the hacked data
The Coronavirus Crisis: Will Our COVID-19 Lockdown Make Us think More About Why We Imprison So Many People?
17 April 2020,
Duncan Campbell discusses how the words 'lockdown' and 'stir-crazy" were an all too familiar reality for a section of our society long before the Coronavirus pandemic appeared.
24 March 2020,
Crime reporter Duncan Campbell shares his thoughts on a republished memoir by Trevor Hercules on life before, in and after prison.
27 November 2019,
Crime reporter Duncan Campbell sets out what the various political parties are promising on drugs for the next Parliament – but puts the likelihood of reform at close to zero.
21 October 2019,
Duncan Campbell considers what the end of the UK's participation in the European Arrest Warrant will mean for people involved in organised crime being brought to justice.
27 August 2019,
Crime writer Duncan Campbell explores the societal perception of women and illegality.
19 August 2019,
Crime writer Duncan Campbell takes his seat in the press bench for a most satisfying trio of cases.