In this episode, Christian talks to Dan Korski, who served as a senior adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron.
Since leaving government, Dan has focused on backing startups and he’s now the CEO and co-founder of Public – supporting tech firms in the development and delivery of public services.
Dan shares his reflections on what life is like in Downing Street during a crisis, and considers how the government’s response to coronavirus may have to change in the coming weeks.
He reveals what it’s like to be an adviser at the top of government, and offers his thoughts on how Westminster is rising to the challenge of these extraordinary times.
Also in this episode, Christian looks at the City grandees calling for an easing of lockdown conditions; discusses Angela Merkel’s new enthusiasm for a financial transaction tax; and highlights City A.M.’s new Save Our SMEs campaign.
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