Paul leads the political advocacy of Bond, working with parliamentarians and ministers in support of ending global poverty. He is the main point of contact for the Lobbying Group and is happy to help with any questions to do with public affairs.
He has over ten years of experience working in public affairs and campaigns, and in his spare time he leads a life that includes an unhealthy obsession with Marvel superhero films and Liverpool Football Club.
19 March 2021
Following the release of the long awaited Integrated Review, we look at the positives and negatives of the report, and highlight what it means for international development.
27 January 2021
The most pertinent and concerning points from the secretary for foreign, commonwealth and development affairs' first meeting with the International Development Committee.
12 November 2020
Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to become president of the US. We look at what his election means for humanitarian assistance and international development.
17 July 2020
The International Development Select Committee criticises the UK government’s “out of the blue” decision to scrap DFID, saying the merger will jeopardise the effectiveness of UK aid spending.
30 January 2020
The government won't realise its vision of a global Britain if DFID is scrapped or merged with the FCO.
18 December 2019
We look at the winners and losers from the general election following the Conservative party victory, and what this wholesale change could mean for international development.
26 November 2019
We round up the Conservative Party's plans and pledges on aid, climate change, human rights, conflict policy and other areas of international development.
21 November 2019
We round up the Labour Party's plans and pledges on aid, climate change, human rights, conflict policy and other areas of international development.
21 November 2019
We round up the Liberal Democrats' pledges on UK aid, foreign policy, human rights, climate change and other areas of international development.
3 October 2019
Highlights from the international development fringe events and speeches from the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.