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'There is a serious prospect that, in our time, we are losing faith in politics. The words of politicians float by, practised and polished, but profligate'.

Writer-in-chief att The Draft, contributing editor at The New Statesman, columnist for the Evening Standard, and the former lead writer at The Times, Phil Collins has held positions at almost every major newspaper in the country.

Having previously been a speech writer for Tony Blair, the Director of the Social Market Foundation think tank and an Equity Strategist at two investment banks, Philip's wealth of experience makes him a trusted voice in the political fray.

'Phil Collins is the best political commentator in Britain' - Michael Burleigh

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