Sean Douglas has covered Parliament and politics for 20 years, plus done some feature and business writing and some editorials. He holds a BSC in Chemistry and Physics from UWI St Augustine, a post graduate diploma in Politics and Government from London Guildhall University and a graduate diploma in Law from Staffordshire University. He is a former secretary of the UWI Students Guild and is a former local government candidate in Oxford, England.
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