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Previously, Jack was the first ever Researcher in Residence at No. 10 Downing Street, and studied Contemporary British History at BA and MA level at Queen Mary University of London. His PhD thesis, also undertaken at QMUL, was entitled ‘The London Docklands Development Corporation under Reg Ward and the Emergence of Canary Wharf: 1981-87’.

Jack’s research interests include the history of London, the capital’s governance and politics, urban regeneration and British government in general.

Teaching

MA – 7SSPP054 – London: History and Governance

UG – 6SSPP372 – Prime Ministers and Leadership since Thatcher: Theory & Practice

Publications

 Peer-reviewed Articles 

Selected Media

Upcoming

No. 10: The Geography of Power at Downing Street, 1945-97 (book to be published by Haus, 30 June 2019)