Former Commons photographer's home raided by police 'over stolen furniture'

Met officers turned up at Mark Duffy’s residence with court order to search for ‘Pugin furniture, candlesticks and lamps’The House of Commons’ former official photographer, responsible for famous front page images of the last two year’s Brexit...

Former Commons photographer's home raided by police 'over stolen furniture'

Met officers turned up at Mark Duffy’s residence with court order to search for ‘Pugin furniture, candlesticks and lamps’

The House of Commons’ former official photographer, responsible for famous front page images of the last two year’s Brexit drama, has had his home raided by police after a clash with parliamentary authorities.

Officers from the Metropolitan police turned up at Mark Duffy’s London home on Wednesday morning with a court order allowing them to search for parliamentary “Pugin-designed furniture, candlesticks, ceramics, clocks or lamps”.

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