Published by Alexander Hitchcock on 21 April 2017
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I joined Reform in May 2015 and have authored reports on healthcare, welfare and public procurement. My current focus is on the commissioning of human services, across healthcare, employment and justice services, including the creation and management of public-service markets. I have appeared on local BBC radio and written for online press, including New Statesman, Prospect and Conservative Home.
Prior to this I worked for Lorraine Fullbrook MP and the philosopher Alain de Botton. I hold a BA in History from the University of Sussex and an MPhil in Modern European History from the University of Cambridge.
Outside of work I enjoy playing football, and running at a leisurely pace. I am slowly learning French and like to subject terrified Parisians to it when I get the chance.
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I know Reform has done particular work on criminal justice. The government has looked very closely at itRt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Secretary of State for Justice
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It's been front and centre in thinking about how we deliver more for less in public services and how we deliver genuine value for moneyRt Hon David Gauke MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury