Tom Simpson is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, and a Senior Research Fellow at Wadham College. He was educated at Cambridge (BA, MPhil, PhD), where he was also previously a Research Fellow at Sidney Sussex College. Between degrees he served as an officer with the Royal Marines Commandos, with tours in Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan. His research focuses on a variety of issues in moral and political philosophy, especially on trust, issues at the intersection of technology and security, and on the nature of freedom. He co-edited a collection of essays, The Philosophy of Trust (Oxford University Press, 2017), and is concluding his first monograph, Trust.
RT @IPPR 🚨 NEW - IPPR and @Policy_Exchange jointly call for a cross-party social care solution based on the principal that it should be free at the point of use New POLLING reveals growing cross-party support for reforms and funding for social care (Thread👇) ippr.org/blog/ippr-p…
RT @rcsloggett COVID 19 must lead to a change in how we fund and reform #socialcare. That is why @Policy_Exchange and @IPPR with the support of @IndependentAge have come together to show cross party consensus is possible and must be acted upon. Our piece in @Telegraph: bit.ly/2Zu1IA6
NEW: Care after Coronavirus: An Emerging Consensus Policy Exchange and @IPPR call for a cross-party social care solution arguing that care should be free at the point of use Polling suggests growing support for reforms in funding social care policyexchange.org.u…