Robert Colvile

<p>Robert Colvile is Director of the CPS and Editor-in-Chief of CapX, and was one of the co-authors of the 2019 Conservative Party manifesto. He currently writes a weekly column for The Sunday Times and was previously head of comment at the Daily and Sunday Telegraph and news director at BuzzFeed UK, as well as an editor, columnist and leader writer with the Telegraph.</p> /our-team/robert-colvile/

Elliott Mears

<p>Elliott Mears is Managing Director of the Centre for Policy Studies. He joined in October 2023, having spent six years as Director of Partnerships at The Spectator. He has previously led global partnerships teams at fast paced start-ups such Bolt and Global Airlines, and more recently as a Director at the New Statesman. Elliott began... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/elliott-mears/

Tom Clougherty

<p>Tom is Head of Tax at the CPS. He was previously executive director of the Adam Smith Institute, before moving to the US to become managing editor at the Reason Foundation, and then a senior editor at the Cato Institute, the leading Washington think-tank.</p> /our-team/tom-clougherty/

Emma Revell

<p>Emma Revell is Head of Communications and Public Affairs at the CPS. She recently worked as an External Affairs Advisor at the British Retail Consortium, prior to which she was Head of Public Affairs at the Institute of Economic Affairs. She began her career in Westminster at the Centre for Policy Studies back in 2017... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/emma-revell/

Karl Williams

<p>Karl Williams is Deputy Research Director at the Centre for Policy Studies. A data specialist with a background in energy and seaborne trade research in the City, his work at the CPS has focused on political economy, energy and immigration.</p> /our-team/karl-williams/

Alys Denby

<p>Alys Denby is Editor of CapX, a comment site owned and produced by the Centre for Policy Studies, and a contributor to The Telegraph, the I newspaper, and The Critic magazine. She is also an experienced broadcaster with appearances on the BBCs Politics Live, GB News, Talk TV and LBC. She began her career at... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/alys-denby/

Matthew Feeney

<p>Matthew Feeney is Head of Tech &amp; Innovation at Centre for Policy Studies. Before joining CPS, Matthew was the director of Cato Institutes Project on Emerging Technologies. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, City A.M., and others. He received both his BA and MA in philosophy from the University... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/matthew-feeney/

Samuel Hughes

<p>Samuel Hughes is Head of Housing at the Centre for Policy Studies.  He is also a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.  Previously, he worked with Policy Exchange, Create Streets, and the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.</p> /our-team/samuel-hughes/

Dillon Smith

<p>Dillon is the Researcher for Energy and Environment Policy at the Centre for Policy Studies.  He has a background in finance, having worked previously in debt capital markets at Deutsche Bank in London and New York. He holds a masters degree in Public Administration from LSE and an undergraduate degree in Public and International Affairs from... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/dillon-smith/

Josh Coupland

<p>Josh Coupland is Digital &amp; Communications Manager at the Centre for Policy Studies. Prior to his current role, he spent six years at Wasps Group, working across the sports franchises marketing and communications department. During this period he also spent time working with the Coventry Building Society Arena on their digital strategy and implementation.</p> /our-team/josh-coupland/

Joseph Dinnage

<p>Joseph Dinnage is Deputy Editor of CapX. Prior to joining CapX, Joseph was Press and Digital Officer at the Institute of Economic Affairs, a free-market think tank. He has written widely on a variety of issues and has contributed to The Critic, The Daily Express and 1828.</p> /our-team/joseph-dinnage/

Bryony Betts

<p>Bryony Betts is Operations Manager at the CPS and is responsible for the day-to-day running of the office. She graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Criminology & Social Policy before working for her local council.</p> /our-team/bryony-thorogood/

Camille Cross

<p>Camille Cross is the Development Manager at the Centre for Policy Studies. Before moving to London she completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Notre Dame, Australia.</p> /our-team/camille-cross/

Vincent Folléa

<p>Vincent Folléa is the Events Manager at the Centre for Policy Studies. Prior to joining the CPS, he worked as an intern at the Institute of Economic Affairs. He holds a BA in International Relations and Development, an MA in International Relations, and an LLM in International Financial Law from the University of Sussex. He... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/vincent-follea/

Gerard B. Lyons

<p>Gerard is a Business Researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies, having previously worked for a public relations firm in the City where he specialised in financial, corporate and crisis communications. </p> /our-team/gerard-lyons/

Nick Timothy

<p>Nick Timothy is a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and the author of Remaking One Nation: The Future of Conservatism. He is a Visiting Professor at Sheffield University, an adviser to the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, and a Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange. A former Downing Street chief of staff and Home Office special adviser,... <a class="view-article" href="">View Article</a></p> /our-team/nick-timothy/

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