Patrick joined Randall’s in 1985 (becoming a Director in 1989), following several years as a Fast Track Civil Servant in the Ministry of Defence, which he joined after graduating from Oxford.
Bradley started at Randall’s in 2013 after 20 years spent in various consultancies and political and parliamentary publishers. He became a Director in 2019. As well as feeding his passion (verging on obsession) for Parliamentary procedure, he spends time falling off mountain bikes, air rifle shooting and is currently a volunteer Police Officer in Surrey.
Head of Monitoring, Research & Briefings
Lori joined Randall’s in 2013 as a Monitoring Assistant and never left. She has a BA in Sociology and an MA in International Relations from the University of Warwick. When not managing the Randall’s team or delving through Hansard, Lori can be found cooking, reading slightly obscure palaeontology books, watching Star Trek, doing yoga or dreaming of the countryside and having a dog. Retirement plan: amateur archaeologist on a remote Scottish island.
Deputy Head of Monitoring
Emma began working with Randall’s in September 2017 after graduating from the University of Liverpool with a BA in History & Politics. In 2019 she was promoted to her current role as Deputy Head of Monitoring. During her free time Emma can often be found running, reading or eating out.
Deputy Head of Briefings
Tyler worked in political offices in the House of Commons and Brussels before joining Randall’s shortly after the 2017 General Election.
Having organised during the EU referendum, he has since developed a particular enthusiasm for exploring all things Brexit and trade. Outside Randall’s, he can frequently be found wandering England’s less familiar countryside.
Client Engagement Manager
Amy began her career at Randall’s in 2012 and stayed for six wonderful years, before leaving to join NHBC as a Government and Policy Adviser. After two and a half years of in house public affairs experience, she rejoined Randall’s in March 2021. She has recently relocated to Cornwall from London and in her spare time she enjoys eating seafood and being outside as much as possible.
Sarah joined Randall’s in 2017. She read Classics and History at Glasgow before completing an MA in Classics at Durham, and is glad that modern politics is (slightly) less bloody.
Beth holds a BA in History from the University of York and an MA in Modern History from the University of Leeds, which she completed with a scholarship from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Before joining Randall’s in 2018, Beth spent two years teaching English in southern Spain. She enjoys languages, hiking, live music and discovering new pubs.
Edward joined Randall’s in 2019. He has a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Bath. He has previously worked for a number of Labour MPs and he is an active member in his local Labour CLP. He enjoys reading, running and practising his football tactics on Football Manager. He also tries to attend as many Chelsea matches as possible.
Connor finished his MA in International Human Rights and worked in Parliament, before joining Randall’s in 2019. He has an on/off relationship with Arsenal FC, and likes to explore the green spaces and pubs of South London.
Gemma joined the team at Randall’s in October 2021, after graduating from the University of Exeter with a degree in Law with European Study – having spent a year abroad in the Netherlands at the University of Maastricht where she discovered a love for all things politics. Gemma enjoys reading, the occasional run, and generally anything to do with food (whether that be eating or cooking it).
Aml started at Randall’s in October 2021 after completing an BSc in Politics at Goldsmiths University and an MSc in Development Studies at SOAS. He has previously worked in the legal sector as a legal secretary. He enjoys learning new sports, eating out, and travelling to new places as much as possible.
Christopher joined Randall’s in November 2021 after gaining consultancy experience and graduating from the University of Glasgow with a degree in Politics and Social Policy. He has previously worked for parliamentarians in the Lords, Commons and Holyrood, and stood for the party in the 2019 General Election in his home constituency of Motherwell & Wishaw. He enjoys following his adopted team Fulham FC across the country, unsuccessfully attempting to play football competently, and binge-watching TV series at an alarming rate.
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