Camilla is a journalist and former head of the No 10 Policy Unit under Prime Minister David Cameron who sits in the House of Lords as an independent peer. She has contributed as a columnist to The Sunday Times and the Financial Times and appears regularly on TV and has presented radio programmes on social topics such as the challenges of the age divide and the ageing society. She has been recognised for her work on family courts and sensitive child protection issues. Camilla led the UK government’s sugar tax legislation and the independent Cavendish Review of Nursing. She was a non-executive director at the Care Quality Commission. She is chair of Frontline, a non-profit organisation recruiting graduates into social work. She is also a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School researching the challenges of fast-changing demographics.
28-Sep-2023Room 1Alastair Campbell in discussion with Camilla Cavendish