Will Heaven

Will Heaven
Will was Director of Policy and Communications at Policy Exchange. A journalist by background, he was previously Managing Editor of The Spectator, Britain’s leading political weekly magazine, for which he still writes. Will served as Michael Gove’s speech writer at the Ministry of Justice and for six years previously worked and wrote for The Telegraph. He focuses especially on Policy Exchange’s work on Prosperity and Place.

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