About

This blog will contain posts on topics that interest me – primarily politics, charities/not for profits, access to justice and other legal issues, and occasionally TV, entertainment, technology or gadgets.

I’m 30-something and a resident of London, where I’ve lived for 8 great years. I’ve spent time running my own business, and working in the private, public and charity sectors – for the last four years I’ve worked for a large UK charity, where I currently manage some of their national services. I love that I love my job, and believe that if you’re spending 2000 hours a year working, you should try to find something you enjoy.

I’ve always been interested in politics, and became actively involved during the 2015 general election campaign. I was a member of my local Conservative association’s Executive Council from 2016 until 2019, and elected the Chairman of the Croydon Conservative Federation in March 2018 for a one year term. In 2016 I campaigned for Vote Leave, and I still believe the UK has a brighter future outside the EU.

I graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a first-class Law degree. My experiences and the people I met at university have had a far larger impact on my life than the piece of paper I attained at the end.