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Duncan Campbell was the crime correspondent of the Guardian and chairman of the Crime Reporters’ Association. He has written four books on crime, including his latest, We’ll All Be Murdered in Our Beds, the Shocking History of Crime Reporting in Britain. Most recently, he acted as consultant on King of Thieves, the 2018 film starring Michael Caine and Ray Winstone about the Hatton Garden heist, which was based partly on an article Duncan wrote about the case. Duncan was speaking at an investigative journalism conference at Newcastle University hosted by the Civic Journalism Lab in association with the Centre for Investigative Journalism. And he was interviewed by Zubeida Malik, a journalist and broadcaster who worked on the BBC's Today Programme for 18 years.