James Marshall (political adviser)
James Marshall Number 10 Policy Unit.(born 1980) is a former Director of the
|Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit|
26 June 2017 – 24 July 2019
|Prime Minister||Theresa May|
|Preceded by||John Godfrey|
|Succeeded by||Munira Mirza|
Marshall was educated at Magdalene College, Cambridge. And before entering politics taught English at Shrewsbury School, where he was the youngest ever Head of the English Department. In 2016 he was employed as a strategic adviser for the construction company, Mace.
In 2011, Marshall was an adviser to the former Leader of the House of Lords, Lord Strathclyde. He has also been an adviser to three of the chief whips in David Cameron's government: George Young, Michael Gove, and Mark Harper.
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| Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit