Neil joined techUK in 2019 as Policy Manager for Digital Economy where he leads on techUK’s Brexit policy and no deal preparedness work. Neil also supports techUK’s work on the UK’s future relationship with the EU, economic policy on competition and innovation and techUK’s international trade policy.
Before joining techUK Neil worked in both junior and senior positions in Westminster providing research and political support to Labour MPs, he also previously worked at the research consultancy and political polling firm IPSOS Mori.
As part of his work on techUK’s Brexit, economic and international trade policy Neil regularly attends UK Government advisory groups at DCMS, BEIS, DExEU and DiT. He also sits on a number of external advisory groups such as with the CBI and City of London Corporation.
Neil holds a 1st Class Hons Degree from City University London in International Politics and received a Carnegie Cameron Award for study at the University of Edinburgh on their MSc program in Comparative Public Policy.