Dominic Walsh

Research Fellow, Britain in the World


Dominic is a Research Fellow working for the Britain in the World project at Policy Exchange. He joined in 2020 from the former think-tank Open Europe, where he wrote multiple reports on Brexit. He has also been a contributor to broadcast and online media, including BBC News, the Spectator, the New Statesman and Times RedBox. He holds an MA in Politics and Contemporary History from King’s College London, and a BA in History from Durham University.

Dominic Walsh

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