Scott Kelly lectures on British Politics and works as an adviser on education in Parliament. Prior to the 2005 he was a member of the Conservative Party Policy Unit. He received his PhD from the London School of Economics in 2000 and subsequently published his thesis under the title ‘The Myth of Mr Butskell’.
He has been published in academic journals and lectured at both British and American Universities. He co-wrote ‘Towards a Gold Standard for Craft’ (CPS 2007) and is a regular contributor to the Centre’s blog. He also advises political parties in Eastern European and Africa on the subject of policy development.