Daniel El-Gamry


I joined Reform as a Research Assistant in September 2017. I am currently working on two Reform projects on Health and Education.

The more immediate reason I joined Reform was to explore how to deliver the public services Britain deserves, at a cost its taxpayers can afford. But the bona fide reason I joined were those memories of shouting at the TV growing up, when politicians would dish out rehashes to journalists on Education and the NHS. My Mum would always tell me to do something about it…so here I am!

Before starting at Reform, I completed an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics where I wrote a thesis on the rise of civilizational states. I have previously interned at BEIS, WPP and the Gingko Library. In my spare time I enjoy travelling, music from before I was born and cooking up something spicy.

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‘Humour’ from a Carry On film