Jonathan is Head of Research (Acting) at UK Music and also Chief Economist at the think-tank Demos. In addition to his research and economic work, he is Deputy Editor of the Labour Uncut blog and Associate Editor of Progress magazine.
Jonathan is a former ministerial advisor and senior consultant at Europe Economics.
Since becoming a freelance consultant he has completed projects for Action for Children, Centre for London, Demos and UK Music. He’s especially interested in the economics of the creative industries and the economic and political futures of UK cities. Jonathan holds degrees from three leading universities in Economics and Politics, including an M Phil in Political Thought and Intellectual History.
RT @GaryLineker: Can't see the negative in half time shirt swap. Does it affect result? No. Does it affect performance? No. Is it unsportsm…
@springof68 I think he's been better than press suggests - eg v good v Everton - but thought effort was poor v QPR, which is worrying
@springof68 Defending for 2nd + 3rd goals frustrates me as much as Balotelli. I'd like to see more energy from him but no point pillorying
"It’s like people I killed in Malaya when I was in the army. You don’t feel remorse." http://t.co/UFR1P9BOdu
There is a parallel universe where #LFC went through with Remy signing and not with Balotelli
Hope Lallana, Sterling and Coutinho start against Hull. They could all be false nines and a strikerless sensation. Balotelli as Plan B #LFC
@springof68 Wasn't that Jamie Redknapp?
“Harry Roberts, he’s our man. He shoots policemen, bang, bang, bang!” http://t.co/UFR1P9BOdu
RT @GoodwinMJ: And why is Labour not fighting? Main party of opposition is capitulating in an area where they were big player as recent as …
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